Middle School Math Summer Packet for Review - Make Sense of Math

Middle School Math Summer Packet for Review

Middle School Math Summer Packet Review

Consistency is the Key to Fight the Summer Math Slide

Fight the summer math slide. 

Research shows that 2.5 months of math skills are lost during the summer. Yikes! That is  A LOT!

Don't let that happen to your middle school math students. 

Get them engaged during the summer by doing a little math every day.

Consistency is the key to success.

Encourage them to consistently fire up their brain every day and problem-solve through math questions. This will lead to greater success.

As John Maxwell stated, "Small disciplines repeated with consistency every day lead to great achievements gained slowly over time.” 

No need to overwhelm them with a huge project, just have them do a problem a day.

I love these fun summer math packets for 7th grade math and 8th grade math.  These contain 100 questions each.  Just enough for the summer break. 

Students will stay motivated as they color a square on a grid according to their answer. After they complete the 100 questions they will reveal a fun summer mystery picture.

 7th Grade Math Summer Packet

  • Adding and Subtracting Integers
  • Multiplying and Dividing Integers
  • Simplifying Expressions
  • Solving Equations
  • Solving & Graphing Inequalities
  • Unit Rates
  • Percents
  • Constant of Proportionality
  • Proportionality
  • Circumference & Area of Circles
  • Triangles
  • Surface Area & Volume
  • Probability
  • Statistics

7th Grade Math Summer Packet Review

 8th Grade Math Summer Packet

  • Rational vs Irrational
  • Irrataional Numbers
  • Exponent Properties
  • Scientific Notation Operations
  • Functions?
  • Rates of Change
  • Initial Values
  • Graphing
  • Equations with Variables on Both Sides
  • Systems of Equations
  • Angles
  • Congruent vs. Similar
  • Pythagorean Theorem
  • Volume
  • Scatter Plots

8th Grade Math Summer Packet Review

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