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Students will begin mastering 2 digit addition, while building their math skills in this hands on class. This is taught by Felecia Woods, see you soon. #academic
Felecia Woods Montessori/Tradi. EDU, Social Skills
1493 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 13 learners
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year old learners
Kindergarten-3rd US Grade Level
learners per class
$16 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 3 weeks
30 minutes per class
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During this hands-on math class, learners will begin identifying two digit numbers. After we have reviewed what a two digit number looks like, then we will begin looking at adding two digit numbers. We will begin by acknowledging the sets of numbers and placing them in there correct place. While reviewing the ones and tens concepts, (which is also known as place value) we will begin working as a group to problem solve. After the concepts have been reviewed multiple times and examples have...
Students will begin to master adding and subtracting two digit numbers.
I have worked in public, private and home-school programs. Each one of them are very special, but through it all I was given an opportunity to teach a Montessori class and I loved it. With that being said, do you know that many people learn best this way. I feel that this is my area of expertise, because I have studied this way of learning for many years and this is also the way I learn best. I also continue educating myself on ways to improve this learning style.
I encourage parents to review what new skill your learner has mastered during this math experience.
Manipulatives (for example Legos, counting cubes, cereal, beads, or anything item they can count with. Dry erase board or paper Dry erase marker or pencil
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Felecia Woods Montessori/Tradi. EDU, Social SkillsMontessoriandMoreOnline (B.A. in Education and Health and Human Services)
1493 total reviews
3178 completed classes
Hello, (here is a little info about me) I would first like to thank you for taking the time to read my profile info. As a graduate in Early Education and Health and Human Services "specializing in family and children", I am excited to be a part...