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# Mastering Math: Skip Count and Multiplication (Numbers 1-12)

Let's skip count and multiply together while having fun figuring out the patterns! Learning how to skip count while multiplying helps greatly with retaining and understanding important life skills such as counting money.

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25 minutes

per class

Once per week

over 4 weeks

7-12

year olds

1-8

learners per class

per learner - per class

### How does a “Multi-Day” course work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times

Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality

Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher

Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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## Description

### Class Experience

WEEK ONE 1. Students will learn how to skip count. 2. Memorize skip counting by 1, 5 and 10. 3. Apply what they learn with skip counting to multiplication. 4. Understand the concept of skip counting and multiplication. 5. Apply techniques learned with other numbers. WEEK TWO 1. Students will learn how to skip count. 2. Memorize skip counting by 2, 3 and 4. 3. Apply what they learn with skip counting to multiplication. 4. Understand the concept of skip counting and multiplication. 5. Apply techniques learned with other numbers. * Review Week One WEEK THREE 1. Students will learn how to skip count. 2. Memorize skip counting by 6, 7 and 8. 3. Apply what they learn with skip counting to multiplication. 4. Understand the concept of skip counting and multiplication. 5. Apply techniques learned with other numbers. * Review Week One and Two WEEK FOUR 1. Students will learn how to skip count. 2. Memorize skip counting by 9, 11 and 12. 3. Apply what they learn with skip counting to multiplication. 4. Understand the concept of skip counting and multiplication. 5. Apply techniques learned with other numbers. * Review Week One, Two and Three

I currently teach grade school and middle school math to my children who I homeschool. I look forward to sharing with you the fundamentals that I've experienced that have worked the best with young students in learning math. I'm offering this class because it's important to understand the concept of multiplication and how to get the answer. I have always loved math and it's still my favorite subject today since grade school and through college. It was always interesting learning multiple ways solving many equations. I found that when more than one technique is used in teaching it makes it easier to understand and complete math problems. Learning the basics of math and understand it well will help strengthen skills that can be applied to more complex equations making easier to solve.

I) Review skip counting and multiplication with numbers 1-12. II) They will be encouraged to study, practice and memorize skip counting. *** I recommend working 10 minutes with your child after class by skip counting and multiplying or they can also do their homework/review individually if they're interested in practicing more.

This is optional - not required. Paper (multiple pieces similar to a paper dollar size - index cards will work great) and anything they can write with (pencil, pen, crayon and/or markers) will be needed in this course if they want to take part in this activity. I also encourage kids to take notes if they would like to write down what they are learning.

Progress will be assessed during the course by their involvement and student(s) each taking part in solving multiplication problems.

25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.