Camps

Camps to Help Your Child Thrive in Math

Bring your kids to the funnest math party of the year!

OUR CURRICULUM

Beginner Camps (1st to 3rd graders) (Click Here to See Content)

Campers not required to be fluent with multiplication tables.
EXAMPLE PROBLEMS

Mental Math Strategies

Problem: 5 + 9
= 4 + (1 + 9)
= 4 + 10
= 14

Problem: 182 – 38 
=  182 – 40 + 2
= 142 + 2
= 144

Multiple Solution Paths

Problem: 245 – 99
Path 1: (245 – 100) + 1
= 145 +1
= 146

Path 2: 145 + (100 – 99)
= 145 + 1
= 146

Math Problem Solving and Brain Teasers

(Singapore math 1st grade question)
Problem: Felix is 7 years older than his sister, Rose.  Rose is 8 years old.  How old will Felix be 6 years from now?

Math Problem Solving and Brain Teasers

(Singapore math 2nd grade question)
Problem: Container A has 5 lb. of sand when it is full.  Container B has 3 lb. of sand when it is full.  How would you use these 2 containers to measure exactly 1 lb. of sand?

Critical Thinking
Advanced Camps (Advanced 3rd graders and up. Campers must be fluent with multiplication table.) (Click Here to See Content)

Campers MUST be fluent with multiplication tables.
EXAMPLE PROBLEMS

Mental Math Strategies

Problem: 43 x 98 
= 43 x 100 – 43 x 2 
= 4300 – 86
= 4300 -100 + 14
= 4214

Mental Math Strategies

Problem: 45% of 18
= (45 x 18)/100
= (45 x 2 x 9)/100
= (90 x 9)/100
= 810/100
= 8.1

SAT Math Problems

Problem: The ratio of Sue’s age to Bob’s age is 3 to 7.  The ratio of Sue’s age to Joe’s age is 4 to 9.  What is the ratio of Bob’s age to Joe’s age?

Challenging Word Problems

(Singapore Math® 6th grade questions)
Problem: How many fifths are there in 4.2?

Problem: A rectangular plot of land has an area of 240-meter square.  The width of the land if 3/5 that of its length.  Find the perimeter of the plot of land.

Challenging Word Problems

(Singapore Math® 6th grade question)
Problem: Joe’s average expenditure for the last 6 months of the previous year was $860.  If she had spent $1020 in July that year instead, and the expenditure for the other months remained the same, her average expenditure for those 6 months would be $900.  How much did she actually spend in July that year? 


LOCATIONS

REGULAR CAMP WEEKS

5-DAY CAMPS: Monday – Friday

Beginner Camps (1st to 3rd grades) Advanced Camps (Advanced 3rd graders and up. Campers must be fluent with multiplication table.)

Weeks 1-3

LOCATION

Live Oak Unitarian
Universalist Church

3315 El Salido Parkway
Cedar Park, TX 78613

Weeks 4-10

LOCATION

Round Rock
Christian Church

22 Chalice Way
Round Rock, TX 78665

CONCURRENT CAMP WEEKS

4-DAY CAMPS: Monday – Thursday

Advanced Camps Only (Advanced 3rd graders and up. Campers must be fluent with multiplication table.)

Week 5

LOCATION

Herrington E.S.

4419 Teravista Club Dr
Round Rock, TX 78665

Week 7

LOCATION

Grisham M.S.

10805 School House Ln
Austin, TX 78750

Week 8

LOCATION

Pearson Ranch M.S.

8901 Pearson Ranch Rd
Austin, TX 78717


CAMP SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES

9 am to 12 pmMorning Math Camp
12 pm to 1 pmLunch Break
1 pm to 2 pmFree Play Time
2 pm to 3 pmArt Activities
3 pm to 4 pmStructured Educational Activities
4 pm to parents pick up timeFree Play Time

We will have different activities for different weeks depending on the kids’ ages:

  • Cooking
  • Read-aloud
  • Learning the countries of a continent
  • Playing board games
  • Playing store with fake money
  • English grammar and writing
  • Audiobooks
  • Memorizing poems

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS

  • If not attending camp with the extended care option, please arrive no earlier than 8:45am for check-in.
  • Please come to the sign-in desk and sign your kids in to the camp. Do not drop them off at the door.
  • For “Half-Day” campers: pick them up promptly at 12pm.
  • For “Full-Day” campers: pick them up promptly at 4pm.
  • For “Extended-Care”: drop off as early as 8:30am and pick up promptly at 5:30pm.
  • Please bring pencils, erasers, a three-ring binder, water, and snacks for your campers.
  • Please bring a sack lunch for full day campers.  They may or may not have a way to heat up their lunch.
  • Do not bring electronic devices to class because they can be a huge distraction for them.

RESERVE YOUR CAMP SEAT

CHOOSE A CAMP WEEK BELOW AND PROCEED TO REGISTRATION

Registration Instructions:

  1. Determine which weeks your child will attend.
  2. Select the attendance option from the dropdown menu.
  3. Enter the number of kids attending.
  4. Press the “Add to Cart” button.
  5. Repeat steps 2-4 for each week your child will attend.
  6. Press the “View Cart” button.
  7. Complete your payment.
  8. Fill out the Registration Form.
CAMP WEEKOPTIONS
Week 1: June 8th - 12th
Week 2: June 15th - 19th
Week 3: June 22nd - 26th
Week 4: June 29th - July 3rd
Week 5: July 6th - July 10th
Week 6: July 13th - July 17th
Week 7: July 20th - July 24th
Week 8: July 27th - July 31st
Week 9: Aug 3rd - Aug 7th
Week-10: Aug 10th - Aug 14th

THE CAMP SESSIONS FOR MATH CAMP WEEKS 5, 7, AND 8, WILL BE HELD AT THE LOCATIONS SHOWN BELOW. PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH RRISD FOR THESE CAMP WEEKS.

HERRINGTON Elementary School

WEEK 5

JULY 6th – 9th

GRISHAM Middle School

WEEK 7

JULY 20th – 23rd

PEARSON RANCH Middle School

WEEK 8

JULY 27th – 30th

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Making Math Stimulating & Fun!

Get in Touch

Singapore Math Camps
Round Rock, TX
512-758-0126

leelingchew@singaporemathcamps.com