All-Included Kindergarten Math Class (Fall Semester)
Students will complete a semester-long kindergarten math course using the Singapore Method
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Meets 4x per week
Over 15 weeks
40 minutes per class
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Overall Trailer Link: https://youtu.be/DvXPd8Ceqis Students will learn math in a relaxed, fun environment working with other students. Occasionally, students may break into groups and work together on math projects given by the teacher. The class is kept small for the benefit of the student. 🅵🅰🆀 👉 If my student didn't take KA, should they join KB? Yes! They will most likely be fine. If you are concerned that they missed something in KA, have them take this placement...
The overall goal of this class is to get kids thinking mathematically in a concrete way so that "real" math will be much easier and not a source of anxiety, fear, or frustration. The student will learn the language and syntax of math through games, puzzles, discussion, and worksheets. Specific goals are listed above.
I have 2 degrees in the field of education. I have been teaching Singapore math for a while now and have seen it do amazing things for my kids' mathematical intelligence. My daughter used to loathe her former math curriculum but after the Singapore method it is now it is one of her favorite subjects. My 8 year old son has started to make some brilliant mathematical discoveries for his age including stating the associative property in his own words. It's been a thrilling ride to see them enjoy it.
The homework will be located in the workbook that the student purchases. The time commitment of homework depends on the individual but adjustments can always be made to help the student. The homework is not greatly demanding in level KB.
►KB Work Book https://www.singaporemathshop.com/Dimensions_Math_Workbook_KB_p/dmwkb.htm ►Printed Resources As Needed: https://www.singaporemath.com/programs/dimensions-pk-5/resources/ ►Linking Cubes (A set of 100 should work for Kindergarten and 1st Grade) https://www.amazon.com/Learning-Resources-LER7584-Snap-Cubes/dp/B000G3LR9Y ►Small White Board https://www.amazon.com/Quick-Response-White-board-Handle/dp/B005ORCYD0 The student can use it to quickly show their answers in an online environment. I get mine at the dollar store. An email will be sent every weekend to let parents know what printouts students will need in the following week. Some printouts are kept and used for the entire semester. There will also be videos to watch from Vimeo but those links will be sent as needed.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The learner will be informally assessed during every lesson through interaction with the teacher. The student will have access to some kind of answer guide (video, answer key) or the teacher will inspect each student's work. For KB, I will most likely go through the answers of the previous day at the start of every lesson.
2 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
There is a plethora of books that the curriculum recommends. Some may be used.
Teacher JarrodProfessional Music Teacher and Singapore Math Enthusiast
63 total reviews
54 completed classes
👋 Hello! I am Teacher Jarrod. I hold a bachelor's and master's degree in music education ♬. I thoroughly enjoy teaching and consider this profession a skill as well as an art. ⤷ I have over 21 years of experience teaching in classroom, 1 on 1,...