### Fractions, Decimals, Percents & Beyond ~ Operations & Practical Application

#### What's included

###### 1 live meeting

40 mins in-class hours per week###### Homework

1 hour per week. ○ Learners will be given mathematical problems to draw [represent], demonstrate and explain ○ Learners will be given worksheets from the Teacher from time-to-time###### Assessment

included#### Class Experience

###### US Grade 5 - 7

###### Intermediate Level

Beyond rote learning of multiplication facts, learners enter the world of fractions, decimals, percentages and how they relate; find perimeter, area, standard & irregular shapes, money, time word problems applied to real life situations. This course is designed for learners with knowledge of multiplication & division facts, processes [2, 3 & 4-digit multiplication and division] adding, subtraction, multiplying and dividing. With that knowledge, learners in Fractions, Decimals, Percents & Beyond ~ Operations & Practical Application use that already acquired knowledge and step up to more complex mathematical operations. It's the goal of this course to advance learners' math skills and make the newly acquired skills applicable to their every day life. Each week, learners will practice and apply how to use fractions, decimals, percentage in all four operations and learn beginning geometry. ***NOTE: Learners needing a concentrated course in learning ways to master multiplication and division facts should enroll in "Mastering Multiplication Facts - A Fast and Easy Way to Learn Multiplication Facts [https://outschool.com/classes/mastering-multiplication-facts-a-fast-easy-way-to-learn-multiplication-facts-a5UUcjrw?refuid=ZvKivPMt] OR MATH Fact Families: Learn Multiplication & Division Facts the FUN Way [https://outschool.com/classes/math-fact-families-learn-multiplication-division-facts-the-fun-way-Q0QMyMnZ?refuid=ZvKivPMt]. This is where the "real world" application comes in to play. Learners practice word & money problems, explore fractions, decimals, percentages. Learners will focus on adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. Your learner will become fluent with computing these types of numbers and understanding the relationship between them. They will multiply using square models, multiply fractions and whole numbers using expanded form, and multiply fractions using number lines. When ready, learners will explore beginning geometry and perhaps a little algebra, too, and recognize that geometry is all around us. Learners can use this as an addition to their homeschool math curriculum, a remote learning supplement, in depth understanding of fractions, decimals and percentages or even as a review of these concepts. The end goal is for each learner to be able to apply these concepts to real life, answer word problems, solve real-life scenarios, draw and identify lines and angles, measurement conversions, applying their knowledge to understanding fractions, including equal (equivalent) fractions and ordering fractions, decimals, and beginning geometry. These skills will not only help them in their academic future but also in their daily lives. 📌 Course Prerequisites: ○ Learners should know how to add, subtract, multiply, divide 1, 2, and 3 digit numbers ○ Learners should understand place value ○ Learners should know their times tables [multiplication and division facts up to 144 memorized]. Learners will review facts 0-12 in this course ○ Learners should have completed Small Group Remedial Math Skills Class for Older Learners ○ Learners may have completed MATH Fact Families: Learn Multiplication & Division Facts the FUN Way [not required but highly recommended] ○ Learners may have completed MATH Fact Families Rock: A Multiplication & Division MATH Summer Camp [not required but highly recommended] ○ Learners may have completed Mastering Multiplication Facts - A Fast and Easy Way to Learn Multiplication Facts [not required but highly recommended] *** This course is the next course that mathematically follows "Small Group Remedial Math Skills Class for Older Learners." Week of September 2nd: What Do You Already Know? Introductions, class structure, initial assessment What Do You Already Know? Fractions review Week of September 9th: Fractions and Mixed Numbers Equivalent fractions Writing fractions in their lowest terms Convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers Least common denominators Round Mixed Numbers Reciprocals Week of September 16th: Compare Fractions Graph and compare fractions on number lines Compare fractions using benchmarks Compare fractions and mixed numbers Put fractions in order Week of September 23rd: Add and Subtract Fractions Add fractions with unlike denominators using models Add fractions with unlike denominators Subtract fractions with unlike denominators using models Subtract fractions with unlike denominators Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators: word problems Add 3 or more fractions with unlike denominators Add 3 or more fractions: word problems Complete addition and subtraction sentences with fractions Compare sums and differences of fractions Week of September 30th: Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers Estimate sums and differences of mixed numbers Add and subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators: without regrouping Add mixed numbers with unlike denominators Subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators Add and subtract mixed numbers Add and subtract mixed numbers: word problems Add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers in recipes Complete addition and subtraction sentences with mixed numbers Compare sums and differences of mixed numbers Week of October 7th: Understand Fraction Multiplication Multiply fractions by whole numbers: choose the model Multiply fractions by whole numbers using models: complete the equation Multiply fractions by whole numbers using number lines Multiples of fractions: find the missing numbers Multiply fractions by whole numbers using arrays Fractions of a number: model and multiply Multiply two fractions using models Week of October 14th: Multiply Fractions and Whole Numbers Multiply fractions by whole numbers I & II Multiply fractions by whole numbers: word problems Multiply fractions and whole numbers: sorting Fractions of a number: word problems Week of October 21st: Multiply Fractions Multiply two fractions Multiply two fractions: word problems Multiply three fractions and whole numbers Complete the fraction multiplication sentence I Complete the fraction multiplication sentence II Understand fraction multiplication and area Multiply fractions to find area Week of October 28th: Understand Multiplication with Mixed Numbers Multiply a mixed number by a whole number using a model I Multiply a mixed number by a whole number using a model II Multiply with mixed numbers using area models Week of November 4th: Multiply Mixed Numbers Estimate products of mixed numbers Multiply a mixed number by a whole number Multiply a mixed number by a fraction Multiply two mixed numbers Multiply mixed numbers, fractions, and whole numbers Multiply three mixed numbers, fractions, and whole numbers Multiplication with mixed numbers: word problems Multiply fractions and mixed numbers in recipes Week of November 11th: Scaling by Fractions Scaling whole numbers by fractions: justify your answer Scaling whole numbers by fractions Scaling fractions by fractions Scaling mixed numbers by fractions Scaling by fractions and mixed numbers Week of November 18th: Understand Fraction Division Relate division and fractions Understand fractions as division: word problems Divide unit fractions by whole numbers using models Divide unit fractions by whole numbers using area models Divide whole numbers by unit fractions using models Divide whole numbers by unit fractions using area models Divide unit fractions and whole numbers using area models Divide unit fractions and whole numbers using number lines Week of November 25th: Divide Unit Fractions and Whole Numbers Divide unit fractions by whole numbers Divide whole numbers by unit fractions Divide unit fractions and whole numbers Divide unit fractions and whole numbers: word problems Week of December 2nd: Mixed Operations: Fractions Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and mixed numbers Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions and mixed numbers: word problems Week of December 9th: Decimal Place Value What decimal number is illustrated? Place value models for decimal numbers Understanding decimals expressed in words Place values in decimal numbers Relationship between decimal place values Convert decimals between standard and expanded form Convert decimals between standard and expanded form using fractions Compose and decompose decimals in multiple ways Round decimals Decimal number lines Week of December 16th: Compare Decimals Equivalent decimals Compare decimals using grids Compare decimals on number lines Compare decimal numbers Put decimal numbers in order Compare, order, and round decimals: word problems Week of December 23rd: Convert Between Decimals and Fractions Model decimals and fractions Convert fractions to decimals Convert mixed numbers to decimals Convert decimals to fractions Convert decimals to mixed numbers Week of December 30th: Compare Decimals and Fractions Compare decimals and fractions on number lines Compare decimals and fractions Put a mix of decimals and fractions in order Put a mix of decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers in order Week of January 6th 2025: Add and Subtract Decimals Add decimal numbers using blocks, manipulatives Add decimal numbers Use properties to add three decimals Subtract decimal numbers using blocks, manipulatives Subtract decimal numbers Add and subtract decimal numbers Use compensation to add and subtract decimals Add and subtract decimals: word problems Choose decimals with a particular sum or difference Complete the decimal addition or subtraction sentence Compare sums and differences of decimals Number sequences involving decimals Estimate sums and differences of decimals using rounding Estimate sums and differences of decimals using benchmarks Week of January 13th 2025: Multiply Decimals by Powers of Ten Multiply a decimal by a power of ten Multiply a decimal by a power of ten: with exponents Multiply by 0.1 or 0.01 Multiply by a power of ten with decimals: find the missing number Week of January 20th 2025: Multiply Decimals by Whole Numbers Estimate products of whole numbers and decimals Multiply a decimal by a one-digit whole number: tenths or hundredths Multiply a decimal by a one-digit whole number using blocks Multiply a decimal by a one-digit whole number using the distributive property Multiply a decimal by a one-digit whole number Multiply a decimal by a two-digit whole number using area models Multiply a decimal by a multi-digit whole number Multiply decimals and whole numbers: word problems Multiply three or more numbers, one of which is a decimal Week of January 27th 2025: Multiply Decimals Estimate products of decimals Complete the decimal multiplication sentence using grids Multiply decimals using grids Multiply two decimals: where does the decimal point go? Multiply decimals using area models Multiply two decimals: products up to hundredths Multiply two decimals: products up to thousandths Decimal multiplication: compare products up to hundredths Decimal multiplication: compare products up to thousandths Divide Decimals by Powers of Ten Divide Decimals Mixed Operations: Decimals Money and Time Customary Units of Measurement Metric Units of Measurement Number Patterns Data and Graphs Statistics: Mode, Mean, Median Triangles Quadrilaterals Polygons Perimeter Area Volume Financial Literacy Ready to go? "Fractions, Decimals, Percents & Beyond ~ Operations & Practical Application" will give learners a hands-on experience to understanding and "doing" fractions, decimals, per cents and beyond. *** PARENT NOTE: This course is not a learn your times table / multiplication facts course. This course is a real practical application of fractions, decimals, percents, the understanding of how these three operations work together and how "to do" these operations. Learners should have completed Small Group Remedial Math Skills Class for Older Learners or mastered the skills taught in this course. Learners needing a concentrated course in learning ways to master multiplication and division facts should enroll in "Mastering Multiplication Facts - A Fast and Easy Way to Learn Multiplication Facts" or "MATH Fact Families: Learn Multiplication & Division Facts the FUN Way," an exciting, engaging way to learn multiplication facts in a uniquely different way. For academic purposes, cameras and mics must be working and turned on for the duration of each lesson.

##### Learning Goals

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○ applying their knowledge to understanding fractions
○ multiplying & dividing fractions & decimals
○ measurement conversions
○ beginning geometry
○ build learner's confidence in their math skills
○ enjoy learning math
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#### Other Details

###### Parental Guidance

*** PARENT NOTE: This course is not a learn your times table / multiplication facts course. This course is a real practical application of fractions, decimals, the understanding of how these two operations work together and how "to do" these operations. Learners needing a concentrated course in learning ways to master multiplication and division facts should enroll in "Mastering Multiplication Facts - A Fast and Easy Way to Learn Multiplication Facts" or "MATH Fact Families: Learn Multiplication & Division Facts the FUN Way," an exciting, engaging way to learn multiplication facts in a uniquely different way.
If a learner is needing a specific skill set review such as fractions or decimals, these two courses are available:
Mastering Fractions - A Review Course for Grades 5 & 6 https://outschool.com/classes/mastering-fractions-a-review-course-for-grades-5-and-6-8DZ9Kr1u?refuid=ZvKivPMt
Mastering Decimals - A Review Course for Grades 5 & 6 https://outschool.com/classes/mastering-decimals-a-review-course-for-grades-5-6-In9Mv2Lx?refuid=ZvKivPMt
Also avail is Mastering Multiplication Facts - A Fast and Easy Way to Learn Multiplication Facts https://outschool.com/classes/mastering-multiplication-facts-a-fast-easy-way-to-learn-multiplication-facts-a5UUcjrw?refuid=ZvKivPMt
For academic purposes, cameras and mics must be working and turned on for the duration of each lesson.

###### Supply List

○ thinking caps / active awake brain ○ magnetic dry erase white board [11 X 14 minimum], not a small board ○ dry erase markers ○ dry eraser [or clean sock] ○ 100-120 magnetic manipulatives: magnetic magnets, frig magnets: Suggested magnet set: ZDZBLX 100 Pack 10 Colors Refrigerator Magnets available from Amazon ○ Suggested manipulative set: Simply magic 131+4 PCS Jumbo Colorful Magnetic Base Ten Blocks for Math available at Amazon; ○ Simply magic 166 PCS Magnetic Fractions Activities Class Set - Magnetic Fraction Strips & Tiles, Perfect Fraction Manipulatives ○ Math notebook ○ pencil/s ○ eraser ○ colored pencils ○ working camera ○ working mic ○ worksheets provided by Teacher as follow-up activities *** Additional supplies may be needed as learners progress through various skill levels. *** For academic purposes, cameras and mics must be working and turned on for the duration of each lesson.

###### External Resources

Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.

##### Teacher expertise and credentials

###### Master's Degree in Education from Indiana University

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Being an educator for forty + years, I've taught all subjects to students K-8 which included math classes at all levels. I've taught special needs students and designed full curriculum for K-12 students. In addition, I have taught students online for seven years. When I was a young student, I thought I didn't like math because it was hard for me. The truth was, I didn't understand the fundamentals of math, even though I could calculate and get the right answers. This is why I am so passionate about learners understanding the concept and relationship to numbers and operations, because once they understand that, learners will excel in Math and really begin to love it as I do now.
Credentials, Education & Experience:
BA in Psychology
MS in Education
Post-Graduate work in School Administration & Special Education
Lifelong Teaching Credential K-8
Special Education Department Chair - High School Grades 9-12
Teaching Experience since 1974
Principalships Experience since 1982
Online Teaching in multiple countries since 2017
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#### Reviews

###### Live Group Class

#### $21

weekly1x per week

40 min

Completed by 8 learners

Live video meetings

Ages: 10-13

2-8 learners per class