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Springboard Your Math Skills!

written by: Sarah Degnan Moje • edited by: Tricia Goss • updated: 3/5/2017

Are you concerned that your child will head back into the “home stretch" of the year with rusty math skills? In just 30 minutes a day using fun and easy workbook pages you can help keep your child’s math skills sharp, in focus and on point for the remainder of the school year.

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    Free Primary Math Workbook for Spring Break Use the downloadable workbook, which contains eight pages of activities from word problems to crossword puzzles using math to find the answers. Coloring is incorporated in many of the assignments, in order to add some creativity to the daily task.

    Reading skills are also enforced, as many of the math related tasks involve reading to find out the answer. As long as your child can follow directions, these spring-themed pages are sure to be a hit.

    So, grab the crayons, put away the calculator and work for a half hour every day on some “mental math," which will keep your child’s brain awake, alert and ready for any and all math challenges that the final few weeks of school present. You will thank yourself when you see that final math grade on the report card!

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    Download the Workbook

    Link to the workbook

    Example of what you will find in the workbook:

    Solve the Word Problem!

    There are two rabbits, three chicks and five ducks playing in the garden. Bobby takes one of the rabbits home and Lindy takes one of the ducks down to the pond. How many animals are left in the garden?

Spring Break Workbooks

Help your child stay current over spring break with this collection of workbooks. Packets are available for math, social studies, science and reading.
  1. Springboard Your Math Skills!
  2. Spring Forward With Reading!
  3. Springtime Science Fun
  4. Spring Break Trip Time!