Elementary Math is targeted to upper-level elementary students (grades 3-5 and advanced 2nd graders). The course focuses on:
The educators who authored the course did so with an emphasis on problem-solving techniques. Grouping together grade levels allows teachers to easily review and reinforce lower-level material before introducing a higher-level treatment of the same or a related topic. The Math Skills section allows students to practice a variety of computational skills. Questions are generated dynamically, so students never run out of practice opportunities! Teachers can also easily incorporate skill review questions into assignments. In Elementary Math, the following areas of practice are emphasized in Math Skills:
Working with Whole Numbers – Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, Dividing, Rounding, Standard Form, and more.
Working with Decimals – Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, Counting Money, Comparing Decimal Numbers, and more.
Working with Fractions – Adding, Subtracting, Comparing, Mixed Number, Simplifying, and more.
Algebra: Equations and Functions – Order of Operations, Solving One-Step Addition/Subtraction Equations, Solving One-Step Multiplication/Division Equations, and more.
Math topics provide an excellent supplemental resource for Math teachers. The list continues to grow, so check this section often and/or subscribe to our blog for the latest news!