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• School's (almost) out for summer! Our Excel Math Summer program can help keep elementary students from losing ground in math over the summer break. Whether you need lessons for one student or a whole class, Excel Math is a proven solution for ending the summer slump. Find out how at http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2013/06/sch...
• In Excel Math, students learn to count, skip-count, use expanded notation and add. We've pulled together some resources for counting and some online math games to reinforce counting skills. Read more: http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2013/06/dow...
• Friday, June 14 is Flag Day. Help your students celebrate this special day with a math coloring page and an Excel Math flag Create A Problem worksheet. Read more at http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2013/06/fla...
• In Excel Math, we help students understand and create their own picture graphs, line plots, circle graphs, bar graphs, and more! Some websites let your students create their own bar graphs. We've pulled together a few of the most user-friendly ones: http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2013/06/rai...
• On this day in 1924, an eternal light was dedicated at Madison Square Park in New York City in memory of all New York soldiers who died in World War I. Can you decipher the Roman numerals inscribed on the monument? Our Excel Math students can! Learn more on our website: http://www.excelmath.com/BLOG/light.html
• Summer is only a few weeks away, so it's a great time to sample the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables filling our local farmers' markets and grocery stores. We found a fun Healthy Eating Calculator you can have your students (and their families) use to encourage good nutrition over the summer months. Try it out: http://excelmath.com/BLOG/eat.html
• In Excel Math we teach students how to use fractions, percentages and decimal numbers. Download a free math worksheet to help kids practice identifying fractions. Read more at http://www.excelmath.com/BLOG/fractions.html
• Here's a fun way to teach your students to read a map, measure distance, and create a line plot. Download a worksheet http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2013/05/plo...
• Excel Math Summer Lessons are an inexpensive way to keep your students learning math over the summer break: http://www.excelmath.com/products/intersessio... Read more about helping students stay physically and mentally fit on our blog post http://excelmath.com/BLOG/fit.html
• How will you bridge the gap between your current math curriculum and the Common Core Standards? Excel Math can increase the rigor and mathematical practices of your math lessons without breaking your budget! Learn more: http://excelmath.com/BLOG/bridge.html
• It's Bike to Work Day! Join our friends and coworkers and enjoy the ride. Some cities are even providing pit stops complete with food and water to help get you energized: http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2012/05/nat...
• Spruce up your math classroom with this colorful spring bulletin board that also helps your students learn to tell time: http://www.excelmath.com/BLOG/springbulletin....
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• There's nothing more frustrating than students who just won't listen and follow instructions! How do successful teachers train kids to listen? Here are some tips from the experts - http://excelmath.com/BLOG/listen.html
• According to some researchers, students who continue their learning over the summer months are much more likely to be successful in math when school starts up again in the fall. Read more at http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2013/05/sum...
• In honor of Teacher Appreciation Day, we'd like to personally thank you, current and former educators. Our team at Excel Math is grateful for people like you who bring passion and enthusiasm to improving elementary education.

Thanks for everything you've done and are continuing to do for your students and their families. We are honored to work alongside you as we help students develop a love for mathematics. http://www.excelmath.com
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• As National Poetry Month comes to a close, share some of your favorite poetry with your math students, and encourage them to write their own math-related poems. Get some ideas at http://excelmathmike.blogspot.com/2013/04/poe...
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