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Math in Summer

This post contains affiliate links which help to support my blog! 

It’s summer! For many people this means school takes a back seat, so a fun way to keep kids engaged in math whether they’re homeschooled or in traditional school is to have them do math games! Math games are a fantastic tool for building speed in math calculations – in fact, thanks to RightStart Math (the curriculum we use), my 5 year old homeschooled son can answer simple math problems faster than my public schooled 7 year old!

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RightStart has an entire book full of math games that can be purchased as part of the RightStart curriculum OR can standalone. Standalone is great if your child is using a different math curriculum or in a traditional school environment.

In addition, every summer RightStart releases a whole bunch of games on their blog (some are new, others are in their book), so if you need a bit of a change, then that’s a great resource too!

Here’s some great ones to try out:


Are you looking for a math curriculum you can use with your whole family? We love using RightStart Mathematics*. You can learn more by checking out the rest of my blog posts on this curriculum, or visiting the RightStart website* to get started!

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*I am a RightStart Mathematics Affiliate*, and am committed to writing a monthly blog post about our journey with this curriculum. Any purchases you make using my affiliate links will earn me a small commission (this will not affect the cost to you!).

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