UGA’s online Summer Bridge Math 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. The Math Summer Bridge program consists of 12 online sessions (50 minutes each).

Presented as a “Visit to the Teacher’s Desk,” these classes are designed to help your child review key math skills. Each course is taught by a dedicated instructor who has experience working with elementary school students. The lessons are interactive - students will be able to ask and answer questions in real-time.

Each of the classes 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 which can be used to preview topics, replace sessions which the student is unable to attend, or review content from a different perspective.

Each Math Summer Bridge program consists of 12 online sessions (50 minutes each). Cost per program is $299. Click the grade level below for session dates and more details.

This class covers basic arithmetic, including number families, place value, and addition and subtraction through two digits, including carrying and borrowing; counting, adding, and subtracting with coins; time, including reading digital and analog clocks to whole and half hours; measurement basics; introduction to graphs; basic geometry including essential characteristics of shapes; fractions up to quarters.

This class covers basic arithmetic through addition and subtraction of three digit numbers, including place value and adding multiples of the same number; counting, adding, and subtracting with coins; time, including reading digital and analog clocks to quarter hours; measurement, including both English and Metric System units; graphs and data representation; geometry including essential characteristics of shapes and area measurement using square units; fractions up to ninths.

This class covers basic arithmetic through addition and subtraction up to four digits, and multiplication and division to three digits; foundations of algebra including sequences and basic properties of operations; time, including reading digital and analog clocks to minutes and solving time problems; measurement, including both English and Metric System units of length, area, volume and weight; graphs and data representation; geometry including two and three dimensional shapes, and area and perimeter; fractions including labeling a number line.

This class covers arithmetic including numeration to 1,000,000, adding and subtracting to five digits, and multiplication and division to five total digits; foundations of algebra including sequences and basic properties of operations; measurement including both English and Metric System units of length, area, volume and weight, and unit conversions; graphs and data representation; geometry including parallel and perpendicular lines, angle measurement, types of triangles, and symmetry; fractions including addition and subtraction of mixed numbers, multiplication, and equivalent fractions.

This class covers arithmetic including place value, decimals, adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers, and multiplication and division to five total digits including decimals and fractions; foundations of algebra including parentheses, brackets, and order of operations; word problems including translation keys; measurement including both English and Metric System units of length, area, volume and weight, and unit conversions; graphs and data representation; geometry including angle measurement, area, volume, and circle facts; graphing points, horizontal, and vertical lines on a coordinate grid.

This class covers multiplication and division of decimals; number properties including factors and multiples; multiplication and division of fractions and mixed numbers; ratios, proportions, rates, and percents; integers and absolute value; the coordinate plane; expressions, equations, and inequalities; exponents and scientific notation; areas of parallelograms and right triangles; volume and surface area of right rectangular prisms; and measures of central tendency.

This class covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers and rational numbers; equivalence of rational and decimal representations; properties of numbers; expressions, equations, and inequalities; ratios, rates, and percents; proportional relationships and graphing; area and perimeter of right triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids; area and circumference of circles; scale drawings; angle relationships; volume and surface area of prisms; data and statistics including sampling; and probability and compound events.

This class covers positive and negative exponents; scientific notation; square and cube roots; irrational numbers including decimal approximations and relative order; solving equations in one variable; linear equations including slope-intercept form and graphing; systems of two linear equations; functions; rotation, reflection, and translation; congruent shapes; angle relationships; and the Pythagorean theorem.