Make Summer Count!

Of all subjects, math is hardest hit by summer learning loss.


Math Star provides your student with meaningful math practice to prepare for the upcoming school year. Each week day your child will receive a Math Star practice and reminder to make sure it gets done.

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Learning Loss Stats

2.6

months

of math skills are lost over the course of summer break

40

percent

of parents feel their child has difficulty with math.

10

minutes

minutes of math work per day improves retention of math skills by 66%.

1

month

equivalent of one month of overall learning is lost during summer vacation

6

weeks

in the fall are spent re-learning old material to make up for summer learning loss

90

percent

of teachers say if kids keep learning over the summer, they’ll be more successful in the long run.

Practice


Math Star provides your student with meaningful math practice to prepare for the upcoming school year. Each week day your child will receive a Math Star practice and reminder to make sure it gets done.

Going Into Grade


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Build confidence and fluency through daily practice.

10-15 minutes per day to retain those hard-earned math skills.

Anytime. Anywhere. Math for mobile.

Guided grade-level practice to cover all the bases.

Make Your Student A Math Star


Summer break is a great time for children to relax and recharge, but it's also when learning loss occurs. According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, math proficiency declines significantly with students losing "about two months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills over the summer months." What can parents do? Regular practice with problem solving, computation, and math facts preserve mathematical gains made during the school year. The Math Star app supports your child by providing on-the-go guided math practice that takes only 10-15 minutes each day leaving plenty of time for fun. Anywhere. Anytime. Build math confidence and retain those hard-earned math skills with Math Star.