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Elementary Math- Master Fractions (Weekly Math Games)
Fractions...Oh No! Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide! 2 Week Summer Camp!
Enter into the world of computing fractions!
Karmen Kynard, M. Ed
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Completed by 29 learners
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learners per class
$13 per class
Meets 4x per week
Over 2 weeks
40 minutes per class
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Students will be asked to perform a variety of operations to solve fractional problems. This course takes fractions and breaks them down step by step to ensure student success! Students will be encouraged not to give up when they come across problems that they may struggle with or that they just do not understand. We start with the building blocks such as understanding and finding greatest common factor and least common multiple and will end with them multiplying and dividing fractions....
As a special educator in grades K-8 for 10+ years, I have seen students struggle firsthand with fractions. Many of my students find these fractional parts intimidating and would prefer not to work with them at all. Not knowing, however, meant they struggled when they were in higher grades and more challenging math classes. I have found that with students who struggle with fractions, breaking it down step by step is key. It has become easier to understand when you move much slower than you would in a typical class. Add that to repetition and practice and you have a recipe for success!
Homework will consist of completing practice problems on the computer and studying specific skills learned in the previous lesson so they are better prepared for the upcoming class.
Most materials will be provided by the teacher (reproducible), however, computer access to Quizziz (and a Quizziz account to track progress) would be helpful for the additional practice. It would also be beneficial for students to have access to a dry erase board and markers. Both can be purchased at the Dollar Tree for $1.00
Students are assessed at Class 5 and Class 8. Class 5 is to reinforce the skills in the first four classes and class 8 is to see what they have learned and retained in all previous classes.
2 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please note, if there isn't any attendance there will not be a class recording. I will wait in the class for the first ten minutes. If no one arrives after that, I will leave. I will post notes of what was to be discussed during class. Students will need to have the ability to practice basic addition, subtraction and some ability to multiply and divide.
Karmen Kynard, M. Ed
Experienced and Certified General/Special Education Teacher (K-12) Live, Love, Laugh, Learn!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
135 total reviews
159 completed classes
Hello! My name is Karmen. My students call me Miss K. I am a certified Educator for grades K-12, serving students in a General Education and Special Education setting. I graduated in 2008 with my Master's in Education from Bowling Green State...