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Introductions to Fractions
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A common sticking point for kids is how to add fractions that "don't match" - like 1/3 + 3/4. Students will learn why these can't be added and how to convert them to a form that can be. Key concepts are presented both visually and using standard mathematical notation. We will walk through a series of slides, stopping to discuss and practice important concepts. Class will have a relaxed pace in which students will have the opportunity to work practice problems and share their work. If...
Students will be confident when facing problems that involve adding (or subtracting) fractions with unlike denominators.
I have a degree in mathematics, but my key credential for this is having spent several years explaining these concepts to elementary students in a clear, engaging and - hopefully - fun way.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Retired Engineer Specializing in Math, Science & History
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
I have been teaching and tutoring as a volunteer for nearly 10 years. This includes mentoring Lego Robotics teams (grades 4-6) and teaching math at the 5th & 6th grade levels. Professionally I was a software engineer, developing programs for...