Summer Bridge Math Program Students

The University of Georgia’s Summer Bridge Program in Math is a great way for students to keep their math skills sharp. The learning loss students experience over the summer can have a significant impact on their performance in the upcoming school year. This program is ideal for those who want to keep their student engaged during the summer, either to reinforce the learning gains made during the previous year or as a preview of the math topics they will face in the upcoming year.

Presented as a “Visit to the Teacher’s Desk,” these classes are taught by a dedicated and experienced instructor. The lessons are interactive and in real-time.

Each program in the series (Grades 1-8) covers that grade’s key math topics. In addition to the scheduled class sessions, students will have access to recorded versions of each class session. Grades 6-8 have an in-classroom option. The cost of each program is $299.

All Summer Bridge Program in Math Synchronous-Online Courses Include:

Easy-to-access online learning portal: Students can join live class sessions via their browser; no special software applications are required. Some sessions may include opportunities to participate via webcam or microphone, but microphones and webcams are not required.

Expert instruction: Each course is led by a veteran instructor who has spent years in the classroom and who is selected based on their ability to provide a friendly, interactive classroom experience.

Sound curriculum: The topics for each course align with widely used math standards to ensure that your child is learning skills central to math mastery at each grade level.

Fun, engaging tasks: Students interact with the virtual classroom by writing on class slides and manipulating objects on the screen.

Pre-recorded versions of class sessions: The content of each session is available for viewing 24 hours a day so that students can go back and review topics that they may find challenging.

Out-of-class practice problems: Supplementary online exercises are provided so that students can gain additional practice with each session’s topics to reinforce what they have learned.

Basic arithmetic

Basic arithmetic through addition and subtraction of three-digit numbers, including place value and adding multiples of the same number

Basic arithmetic through addition and subtraction up to four digits

Arithmetic, including numeration to 1,000,000, adding and subtracting to five digits, and multiplication and division to five total digits

Arithmetic, including place value, decimals, adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers

Multiplication and division of decimals; number properties including factors and multiples. Classroom and online options are available for this course.

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers and rational numbers. Classroom and online options are available for this course.

Positive and negative exponents; scientific notation; square and cube roots; irrational numbers. Classroom and online options are available for this course.