# Summer Reading and Math Maintenance

# Summer Reading

Summer reading is a great way for children to enjoy good books while also preparing them for the upcoming school year. The books selected for summer reading will be the basis for classroom discussion and activities during the first week of school. Students should read books** for the grade they will be entering.** All of the titles listed are available in paperback through bookstores, online for an e-reader, or through the public library.

## Rising Kindergarten through 5th Summer Reading Requirements

No required reading. However the value of reading to your child daily is priceless and will give them a significant advantage as they begin kindergarten.

1st Grade List

Choose two books from below:

•”*Biscuit Goes to School*” by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

•”*Johnny Appleseed*” by Jane Kurtz

•”*Clifford the Big Red Dog*” by Norman Bridwell

For each book read, students should write a one paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Reports should be handwritten and include a sentence for each of the following:

•The title and author of the book.

•What is the plot (what is the book about)?

•What happened first in the book?

•What happened next in the book?

•What happened last in the book?

•Their opinion of the book and why they liked or disliked the book

2nd Grade List

Choose two books from below:

•”*Henry and Mudge and the Wild Goose Chase*” by Cynthia Rylant

•”*Nate the Great and the Phony Clue*” by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat

•”*David and The Giant” by Emily Little*

For each book read, students should write a one paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Reports should be handwritten and include a sentence for each of the following:

•The title and author of the book.

•What is the plot (what is the book about)?

•What happened first in the book?

•What happened next in the book?

•What happened last in the book?

•Their opinion of the book and why they liked or disliked the book

3rd Grade List

Choose two books from below:

•”*Helen Keller: Courage in the Dark*” by Johanna Hurwitz **or** “*Abe Lincoln’s Hat* ” By Martha Brenner

•”*Mercy Watson to the Rescue*” by Kate DiCamillo **or** “*A to Z Mysteries: The Absent Author*” by Ron Roy

For each book read, students should write a three paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Each paragraph should contain five to seven sentences, be handwritten, and include the following:

Paragraph 1:

•The title and author

•What is the setting of the story (where and when does it take place)?

•Who are the main characters? Describe any including a physical description (what do they look like) and personality traits (are they friendly, shy, mean). Include details to back up your statements.

Paragraph 2:

•What is the book’s plot (what is it about)?

•Write at least four sentences to explain what the book is about.

•Write about something that surprised you in the story.

Paragraph 3:

•What is your opinion of the book?

•If you liked the book, what was your favorite part?

•If you didn’t like the book, what didn’t you like about it? Be specific.

•If you could change one thing in the story, what would it be? How would you change it?

4th Grade List

Choose two books from below:

•”*26 Fairmount Avenue*” by Tomie DePaola

•”*Beezus and Ramona*” by Beverly Cleary

•”*The World According to Humphrey*” by Betty G. Birney

For each book read, students should write a three paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Each paragraph should contain five to seven sentences, be handwritten, and include the following:

Paragraph 1:

•The title and author

•What is the setting of the story (where and when does it take place)?

•Who are the main characters? Describe any including a physical description (what do they look like) and personality traits (are they friendly, shy, mean). Include details to back up your statements.

Paragraph 2:

•What is the book’s plot (what is it about)?

•Write at least four sentences to explain what the book is about.

•Write about something that surprised you in the story.

Paragraph 3:

•What is your opinion of the book?

•If you liked the book, what was your favorite part?

•If you didn’t like the book, what didn’t you like about it? Be specific.

•If you could change one thing in the story, what would it be? How would you change it?

5th Grade List

Choose two books from below:

- “
*Fever, 1793″*by Laurie Halse Anderson *“Echo”*by Pam Munoz Ryan- “
*The Mysterious Benedict Society*” by Trenton Lee Stewart - “
*The Wednesday Wars*” by Gary D. Schmidt

For each book read, students should write a three paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Each paragraph should contain five to seven sentences, be handwritten, and include the following:

Paragraph 1:

•The title and author

•What is the setting of the story (where and when does it take place)?

•Who are the main characters? Describe any including a physical description (what do they look like) and personality traits (are they friendly, shy, mean). Include details to back up your statements.

Paragraph 2:

•What is the book’s plot (what is it about)?

•Write at least four sentences to explain what the book is about.

•Write about something that surprised you in the story.

Paragraph 3:

•What is your opinion of the book?

•If you liked the book, what was your favorite part?

•If you didn’t like the book, what didn’t you like about it? Be specific.

•If you could change one thing in the story, what would it be? How would you change it?

## Middle School Summer Reading Requirements (ALA students see below)

6th Grade List

Choose two books from below:

•”*Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry*” by Mildred Taylor

•”*Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh*” by Robert O’Brien

•”*Where is the Parthenon?*” (Where Is/What Was series) by Roberta Edwards

For each book, students should write a five paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Each paragraph should contain five to seven sentences, be handwritten, and include the following:

**Paragraph 1:**

Include the title and author of the book. Describe in detail the setting of the book including the time period in which it takes place. If there is more than one setting, be sure to include all and explain how the setting(s) affects the plot of the novel. Include details to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 2:**

Describe the main character(s). What part do they play in the plot? Be sure to include details about each character (if more than one)—including physical description and personality traits. Did any of the characters change or surprise you during the novel? If so, how?

**Paragraph 3**:

What is the conflict (main problem) in the book? Is it solved and if so, how is it solved? Be sure to provide details.

**Paragraph 4:**

What connections can you make between the setting and characters to other books you have read or personal experiences you have had? For example, have your read another book that took place during the same time period or same place? Did you have an experience that was similar to one of the characters in the book? Explain your answers by using specific examples from the book or your personal experiences to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 5:**

What is your opinion of the book? Did you find it interesting or boring? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?

7th Grade List

Choose two books from below:

•*The Wizard of Oz/The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Unabridged)* by L. Frank Baum

•*I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban* by Malala Yousafzai

•*The Crossing: How George Washington Saved the American Revolution* by Jim Murphy

For each book, students should write a five paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Each paragraph should contain five to seven sentences, be handwritten, and include the following:

**Paragraph 1:**

Include the title and author of the book. Describe in detail the setting of the book including the time period in which it takes place. If there is more than one setting, be sure to include all and explain how the setting(s) affects the plot of the novel. Include details to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 2:**

Describe the main character(s). What part do they play in the plot? Be sure to include details about each character (if more than one)—including physical description and personality traits. Did any of the characters change or surprise you during the novel? If so, how?

**Paragraph 3:**

What is the conflict (main problem) in the book? Is it solved and if so, how is it solved? Be sure to provide details.

**Paragraph 4:**

What connections can you make between the setting and characters to other books you have read or personal experiences you have had? For example, have your read another book that took place during the same time period or same place? Did you have an experience that was similar to one of the characters in the book? Explain your answers by using specific examples from the book or your personal experiences to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 5:**

What is your opinion of the book? Did you find it interesting or boring? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?

8th Grade List

Choose two books from below:

•*The Call of the Wild* by Jack London

•*A Wizard of Earthsea* by Ursula LeGuin

•*Flags of Our Fathers: Heroes of Iwo Jima* by Michael French (Adapted for young people from James Bradley’s bestseller)

For each book, students should write a five paragraph report that will be collected on the first day of school and graded. Each paragraph should contain five to seven sentences, be handwritten, and include the following:

**Paragraph 1:**

Include the title and author of the book. Describe in detail the setting of the book including the time period in which it takes place. If there is more than one setting, be sure to include all and explain how the setting(s) affects the plot of the novel. Include details to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 2:**

Describe the main character(s). What part do they play in the plot? Be sure to include details about each character (if more than one)—including physical description and personality traits. Did any of the characters change or surprise you during the novel? If so, how?

**Paragraph 3:**

What is the conflict (main problem) in the book? Is it solved and if so, how is it solved? Be sure to provide details.

**Paragraph 4:**

What connections can you make between the setting and characters to other books you have read or personal experiences you have had? For example, have your read another book that took place during the same time period or same place? Did you have an experience that was similar to one of the characters in the book? Explain your answers by using specific examples from the book or your personal experiences to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 5:**

What is your opinion of the book? Did you find it interesting or boring? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?

## ALA requirements

6th Grade ALA List

Both are Required Reading:

•”*Rascal*” by Sterling North

•”*Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry”* by Mildred Taylor

**Paragraph 1:**

Include the title and author of the book. Describe in detail the setting of the book including the time period in which it takes place. If there is more than one setting, be sure to include all and explain how the setting(s) affects the plot of the novel. Include details to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 2:**

Describe the main character(s). What part do they play in the plot? Be sure to include details about each character (if more than one)—including physical description and personality traits. Did any of the characters change or surprise you during the novel? If so, how?

**Paragraph 3:**

What is the conflict (main problem) in the book? Is it solved and if so, how is it solved? Be sure to provide details.

**Paragraph 4:**

What connections can you make between the setting and characters to other books you have read or personal experiences you have had? For example, have your read another book that took place during the same time period or same place? Did you have an experience that was similar to one of the characters in the book? Explain your answers by using specific examples from the book or your personal experiences to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 5:**

What is your opinion of the book? Did you find it interesting or boring? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?

7th Grade ALA List

Both are Required Reading:

•”*Peter Pan*” (Unabridged) by J.M. Barrie

•”*I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban”* by Malala Yousafzai

**Paragraph 1:**

Include the title and author of the book. Describe in detail the setting of the book including the time period in which it takes place. If there is more than one setting, be sure to include all and explain how the setting(s) affects the plot of the novel. Include details to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 2:**

Describe the main character(s). What part do they play in the plot? Be sure to include details about each character (if more than one)—including physical description and personality traits. Did any of the characters change or surprise you during the novel? If so, how?

**Paragraph 3:**

What is the conflict (main problem) in the book? Is it solved and if so, how is it solved? Be sure to provide details.

**Paragraph 4:**

What connections can you make between the setting and characters to other books you have read or personal experiences you have had? For example, have your read another book that took place during the same time period or same place? Did you have an experience that was similar to one of the characters in the book? Explain your answers by using specific examples from the book or your personal experiences to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 5:**

What is your opinion of the book? Did you find it interesting or boring? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?

8th Grade ALA List

Both are Required Reading:

•”*The Scarlet Pimpernel” (Unabridged)* by Emma B. Orczy

•”*Flags of Our Fathers: Heroes of Iwo Jima”* by Michael French (Adapted for young people from James Bradley’s bestseller)

**Paragraph 1:**

Include the title and author of the book. Describe in detail the setting of the book including the time period in which it takes place. If there is more than one setting, be sure to include all and explain how the setting(s) affects the plot of the novel. Include details to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 2:**

Describe the main character(s). What part do they play in the plot? Be sure to include details about each character (if more than one)—including physical description and personality traits. Did any of the characters change or surprise you during the novel? If so, how?

**Paragraph 3:**

What is the conflict (main problem) in the book? Is it solved and if so, how is it solved? Be sure to provide details.

**Paragraph 4:**

What connections can you make between the setting and characters to other books you have read or personal experiences you have had? For example, have your read another book that took place during the same time period or same place? Did you have an experience that was similar to one of the characters in the book? Explain your answers by using specific examples from the book or your personal experiences to back up your statements.

**Paragraph 5:**

What is your opinion of the book? Did you find it interesting or boring? Would you recommend it to someone else? Why or why not?

# Math Maintenance

We are asking each parent to log the number of minutes their child spends working on either timed math facts or math maintenance. Just 10-20 minutes a day will help your student keep their skills sharp and make the return to school in the fall much easier. A simple log that includes the student’s name, dates, and minutes is acceptable. This log should be turned in to their 2017-2018 teacher during the first week of school for documentation. NO grade will be given but, if your child does not turn in a log of his/her math minutes, it will be recorded as such.** Some grades have mandatory summer requirements and that is noted below: otherwise assignments are HIGHLY recommended, but not required. **

Below you will find the teacher recommendations for summer math practice; please select according to the grade your child will be entering.

## Math Requirements

No required work

https://www.ixl.com/math/kindergarten

Hundreds Chart – Have your child practice writing their numbers to 100.

Practice reading and writing number words (one, two, three, four…)

Practice Addition Facts up to 10. (Examples: 1+1=2, 2+1=3, 3+1=4…)

Practice Subtraction (Examples: 1-1=0, 2-1=1, 3-1=2)

Review time on the hour and on the half hour.

Identifying the penny, nickel, dime and quarter and the value of each coin.

Calendar Skills

#### Summer Math Reinforcement Packet Students Entering into 3rd Grade

** **Have your child complete one page (one side), three times a week of the math packet. Please return this completed packet in August to his/her third grade teacher.

We recommend the following sites:

CA$H OUT – This site is a wonderful way to give students practice with making change. The site is designed so students can make it easier or harder depending on their level of comfort with this concept.

PBS 3rd Grade Money Game – Students must determine the correct combination of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and dollars necessary to purchase food items in this interactive game.

**Khan Academy**

**Parent Instructions (click here for the complete document)**

- Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/math to create a Khan Academy account.
- Select “New User/Sign Up” then “Sign in to claim points”
- Sign in with gmail.
- In the search bar type in “5
^{th}grade math”. - Click on “5
^{th}Grade Math Khan Academy”. - Start with “Addition and Subtraction”. When you click on this icon, you will be taken to a page where there is a list of topics. Start with “Common Fractions and Decimals”. Watch the video and then do the practice exercises.
- When you successfully answer the questions in a topic, you will be taken to the next area. For instance, after “common fractions and decimals”, you will go to “Adding decimals intro”.
- Complete the required amount of subsections per topic. See table below for the required amount. You may complete any subsections per topic as long as the required amount it met.
- I would advise working on the course about 20-30 minutes/day.
- When you have completed all topics for math 5, please send the Percentage of Completion page to Mrs. Mendell at jmendell@aquinastars.org
- I have attached some copies of pages on the 5
^{th}Grade Math Course. These should serve as a guide to the flow of the course. - The students who were in math 5 in 5
^{th}grade need to complete the required amount of 5^{th}grade math Khan Academy course this summer - Mendell’s email address is jmendell@aquinastars.org
- Those that complete the minimum requirement will receive a 100% test grade upon return.
- Course Complete page should be emailed to me by August 23, 2018.
- Have a great summer

**5 ^{th} Grade Khan Academy**

Topic |
Available |
Required |

Addition and subtraction | 38 | 19 |

Multiplication and division | 43 | 22 |

Fractions | 70 | 35 |

Place value and decimals | 53 | 27 |

Measurement and data | 43 | 22 |

Geometry | 23 | 12 |

Algebraic thinking | 15 | 8 |

**Khan Academy**

**Parent Instructions (click here for the complete document)**

**Khan Academy****Parent Instructions**- Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/math to create a Khan Academy account.
- Select “New User/Sign Up” then “Sign in to claim points”
- Sign in with gmail.
- In the search bar type in “6
^{th}grade math”. - Click on “6
^{th}Grade Math Khan Academy”. - Start with “Ratios rates, & percentages”. When you click on this icon, you will be taken to a page where there is a list of topics. Start with “Intro to ratios”. Watch the video and then do the practice exercises.
- When you successfully answer the questions in a topic, you will be taken to the next area. For instance, after “intro to ratios”, you will go to “Visualize ratios”.
- Complete the required amount of subsections per topic. See table below for the required amount. You may complete any subsections per topic as long as the required amount it met.
- I would advise working on the course about 20-30 minutes/day.
- When you have completed all topics for math 6, please send the Percentage of Completion page to Mrs. Mendell at jmendell@aquinastars.org
- I have attached some copies of pages on the 6
^{th}Grade Math Course. These should serve as a guide to the flow of the course. - The students who were in math 6 in 6
^{th}grade need to complete the required amount of 6^{th}grade math Khan Academy course this summer - Mendell’s email address is jmendell@aquinastars.org
- Those that complete the minimum requirement will receive a 100% test grade upon return.
- Course Complete page should be emailed to me by August 23, 2018.
- Have a great summer!

**6**^{th}Grade Khan Academy**Topic****Available****Subsections Required**Ratios rates, & percentages 58 29 Arithmetic operations 66 33 Negative numbers 52 26 Properties of numbers 16 8 Variables & expressions 49 25 Equations & inequalities introduction 51 50 Geometry 55 27 Data and statistics 46 23

**Khan Academy**

**Parent Instructions (click here for the complete document)**

**Khan Academy****Parent Instructions**- Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/math to create a Khan Academy account.
- Select “New User/Sign Up” then “Sign in to claim points”
- Sign in with gmail.
- In the search bar type in “6
^{th}grade math”. - Click on “6
^{th}Grade Math Khan Academy”. - Start with “Ratios rates, & percentages”. When you click on this icon, you will be taken to a page where there is a list of topics. Start with “Intro to ratios”. Watch the video and then do the practice exercises.
- When you successfully answer the questions in a topic, you will be taken to the next area. For instance, after “intro to ratios”, you will go to “Visualize ratios”.
- Complete the required amount of subsections per topic. See table below for the required amount. You may complete any subsections per topic as long as the required amount it met.
- I would advise working on the course about 20-30 minutes/day.
- When you have completed all topics for math 6, please send the Percentage of Completion page to Mrs. Mendell at jmendell@aquinastars.org
- I have attached some copies of pages on the 6
^{th}Grade Math Course. These should serve as a guide to the flow of the course. - The students who were in math 6 in 6
^{th}grade need to complete the required amount of 6^{th}grade math Khan Academy course this summer - Mendell’s email address is jmendell@aquinastars.org
- Those that complete the minimum requirement will receive a 100% test grade upon return.
- Course Complete page should be emailed to me by August 23, 2018.
- Have a great summer!

**6**^{th}Grade Khan Academy**Topic****Available****Subsections Required**Ratios rates, & percentages 58 29 Arithmetic operations 66 33 Negative numbers 52 26 Properties of numbers 16 8 Variables & expressions 49 25 Equations & inequalities introduction 51 50 Geometry 55 27 Data and statistics 46 23

**Khan Academy**

**Parent Instructions (click here for the complete document)**

- Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/math to create a Khan Academy account.
- Select “New User/Sign Up” then “Sign in to claim points”
- Sign in with gmail.
- In the search bar type in Pre-Algebra
- Click on “Pre-Algebra Khan Academy”.
- Start with “Arithmetic Properties”. When you click on this icon, you will be taken to a page where there is a list of topics. Start with “Place Value”. Watch the video and then do the practice exercises.
- When you successfully answer the questions in a topic, you will be taken to the next area. For instance, after “Place value” is “Rounding Whole Numbers”.
- I would advise working on the course about 20-30 minutes/day.
- When you have completed all topics for Pre-Algebra, please send the Percentage of Completion page to Mrs. Mendell.
- I have attached some copies of pages on the Pre-Algebra Course. These should serve as a guide to the flow of the course.
- Those students who were in Pre-Algebra in 6
^{th}or 7^{th}grade should complete the required amount of the Pre-Algebra Khan Academy course this summer. - Mendell’s email address is jmendell@aquinastars.org
- Those that complete the minimum requirement will receive a 100% test grade upon return.
- Course Complete page should be emailed to us by August 23, 2018.
- Have a great summer!

**Pre-Algebra Khan Academy**

Topic |
Available |
Subsections Required |

Arithmetic properties | 60 | 30 |

Factors and multiples | 30 | 15 |

Reading and interpreting data | 24 | 12 |

Measurement | 30 | 15 |

Fractions | 106 | 53 |

Decimals | 87 | 44 |

Negative numbers and coordinate plane | 62 | 31 |

Ratios, rates, proportions | 95 | 48 |

Equations, expressions, and inequalities | 86 | 43 |

Exponents, radicals, and scientific notation | 62 | 31 |

**Khan Academy**

**Parent Instructions (click here for the complete document)**

- Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/math to create a Khan Academy account.
- Select “New User/Sign Up” then “Sign in to claim points”
- Sign in with gmail.
- In the search bar type in 7
^{th}grade math. - Click on “7
^{th}Grade Math Khan Academy”. - Start with “Negative numbers: addition and subtraction”. When you click on this icon, you will be taken to a page where there is a list of topics. Start with “Intro to adding negative numbers”. Watch the video and then do the practice exercises.
- When you successfully answer the questions in a topic, you will be taken to the next area. For instance, after “Intro to adding negative numbers”, you will go to “Intro to subtracting negative numbers”.
- I would advise working on the course about 20-30 minutes/day.
- When you have completed all topics for math 7, please send the Percentage of Completion page to Mrs. Mendell at jmendell@aquinastars.org
- I have attached some copies of pages on the 7
^{th}Grade Math Course. These should serve as a guide to the flow of the course. - The students who were in math 7 in 7
^{th}grade need to complete the required amount of 7^{th}grade math Khan Academy course this summer - Those that complete the minimum requirement will receive a 100% test grade upon return.
- Course Complete page should be emailed to me by August 23, 2018.
- Have a great summer!

**7 ^{th} Grade Khan Academy**

Topic |
Available |
Subsections Required |

Negative numbers: addition and subtraction | 41 | 20 |

Negative numbers: multiplication and division | 29 | 15 |

Fractions, decimals, & percentages | 28 | 14 |

Rates & proportional relationships | 36 | 18 |

Expressions, equations, & inequalities | 41 | 20 |

Geometry | 66 | 33 |

Statistics and probability | 26 | 13 |

**Khan Academy**

**Parent Instructions (click here for the complete document) **

- Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/math to create a Khan Academy account.
- Select “New User/Sign Up” then “Sign in to claim points”
- Sign in with gmail.
- In the search bar type in Pre-Algebra
- Click on “Pre-Algebra Khan Academy”.
- Start with “Arithmetic Properties”. When you click on this icon, you will be taken to a page where there is a list of topics. Start with “Place Value”. Watch the video and then do the practice exercises.
- When you successfully answer the questions in a topic, you will be taken to the next area. For instance, after “Place value” is “Rounding Whole Numbers”.
- I would advise working on the course about 20-30 minutes/day.
- When you have completed all topics for Pre-Algebra, please send the Percentage of Completion page to Mrs. Mendell.
- I have attached some copies of pages on the Pre-Algebra Course. These should serve as a guide to the flow of the course.
- Those students who were in Pre-Algebra in 6
^{th}or 7^{th}grade should complete the required amount of the Pre-Algebra Khan Academy course this summer. - Mendell’s email address is jmendell@aquinastars.org
- Those that complete the minimum requirement will receive a 100% test grade upon return.
- Course Complete page should be emailed to us by August 23, 2018.
- Have a great summer

**Pre-Algebra Khan Academy**

Topic |
Available |
Subsections Required |

Arithmetic properties | 60 | 30 |

Factors and multiples | 30 | 15 |

Reading and interpreting data | 24 | 12 |

Measurement | 30 | 15 |

Fractions | 106 | 53 |

Decimals | 87 | 44 |

Negative numbers and coordinate plane | 62 | 31 |

Ratios, rates, proportions | 95 | 48 |

Equations, expressions, and inequalities | 86 | 43 |

Exponents, radicals, and scientific notation | 62 | 31 |

**Khan Academy**

**Parent Instructions (click here for he complete document)**

- Go to https://www.khanacademy.org/math to create a Khan Academy account.
- Select “New User/Sign Up” then “Sign in to claim points”
- Sign in with gmail.
- In the search bar type in Algebra
- Click on “Algebra 1 Khan Academy”.
- Start with “Algebra Foundations”. When you click on this icon, you will be taken to a page where there is a list of topics. Start with “Introduction to Variables”. Watch the video and then do the practice exercises.
- When you successfully answer the questions in a topic, you will be taken to the next area. For instance, after “Introduction to Variables” is “Substitution and evaluating expressions”.
- I would advise working on the course about 20-30 minutes/day.
- When you have completed all topics for Pre-Algebra, please send the Percentage of Completion page to Mrs. Mendell.
- Those students who were in Algebra should complete the required amount of the Algebra Khan Academy course this summer.
- Mendell’s email address is jmendell@aquinastars.org
- Those that complete the minimum requirement will receive a 100% test grade upon return.
- Course Complete page should be emailed to us by August 23, 2018.
- Have a great summer

**Algebra Khan Academy**

Topic |
Available |
Subsections Required |

Algebra foundations | 49 | 25 |

Solving equations | 53 | 27 |

Solving inequalities | 27 | 14 |

Working with units | 14 | 7 |

Linear equations & graphs | 56 | 28 |

Functions | 59 | 30 |

Linear word problems | 26 | 13 |

Sequences | 37 | 19 |

Systems of equations | 51 | 26 |

Inequalities (systems & graphs) | 27 | 14 |

Absolute value & piecewise functions | 16 | 8 |

Rational exponents & radicals | 41 | 21 |

Exponential growth & decay | 32 | 16 |

Polynomials | 62 | 31 |

Factorization | 67 | 34 |

Quadratics | 81 | 41 |

Irrational numbers | 13 | 7 |

# Useful Websites

### These websites are suggested by our faculty to help your students practice their skills during the summer months:

https://www.ixl.com/math/kindergarten

https://www.mathfactcafe.com/grade/2/