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Making Basic Math Fun With Sports (Ages 7-10)
A fun and engaging way for kids to practice addition and subtraction math skills while using real-life sports numbers – ideal for those who love sports.
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This one-time class is a fun, interactive, and engaging way for kids to practice addition and subtraction math skills while using real-life sports numbers. If Mike Trout hit 30 home runs in 2019 and 20 home runs in 2018, what how many has he hit? If Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs won 7 of their first 10 games, how many games did they lose? This is an entertaining way to keep one’s math skills sharp – they should already know basic addition, subtraction it is geared toward...
Students will practice addition and subtraction (using real examples in the sports world).
I have worked in the professional sports field for more than 20 years, taught at the college level and helped my own children develop their math skills.
Paper and pencil
After each question, students will share and discuss their answers. If they are incorrect, strategies to correctly solve the problem will be discussed.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
27 total reviews
36 completed classes
Hello. As I am new to Outschool, I am not new to teaching. I have spent the past 10 years teaching at USC here in Los Angeles, and I have more than 20 years working in pro sports (hockey, baseball, baksetball, boxing and more) with a variety of...