### Ongoing Fun in 3rd Grade Math

In this ongoing class, learners will study a new third grade math skill every week #academic
###### Greater Gains: Reading, Math, Writing, Spelling
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#### What's included

###### 1 live meeting
30 mins in-class hours per week
###### Homework
1 hour per week. Homework will be provided each week and is optional
###### Assessment
Progress Report Available Upon Request

#### Class Experience

```In this ongoing math class, a new third grade math skill will be taught each week.  The class will begin with teacher directed learning as the new skill is introduced to learners.  We will practiced together as a whole class to solve examples given in class.  After direct instruction, students will be given the opportunity to put into practice the weekly skill.  We will work together to complete a skill page in class to allow learners to showcase their knowledge of the new math concept.  To end each class, learners will play a fun game that further reinforces the weekly first grade math skill.  Upon completion of the learners will be given optional homework pages to be completed at parent discretion to continue to review and practice each lesson.

The weekly class breakdown will be as follows:
10 minutes of skill introduction
15 minutes of learner practice in class
10 minutes of reinforcement of skill through a game
5 minutes of review and homework discussion

Weekly Class Concepts:

Apr 8: Week 30: Composing and decomposing shapes

July 22: Week 15: Multiplication Money
July 29: Week 16: Perimeter and Area
Aug 5: Week 17: Division
Aug 12: Week 18: Solving Unknowns/Missing Factors

--Fall Cycle Begins--
Week of:
Aug 26: Rounding
Sept 2: Subtraction
Sept 9: Arrays Multiplication
Sept 16: Multiplication Part 2
Sept 23: Division
Sept 30: Time to Quarter and Half Hours
Oct. 7: Time to Nearest 5 Minutes
Oct 14: Elapsed Time
Oct 21: Grams and Kilograms
Oct 28: Liters and Milliliters
Nov 4: Skip Counting
Nov 11: Multiplication Tips and Tricks
Nov 18: Two Digit by One Digit Multiplication
Nov 25: Multiplication of Money
Dec 2: Perimeter and Area
Dec 9: Division
Dec 16: Solving Unknowns/Missing Factors
--Winter Break--
Jan 6: Order of Operations
Jan 13: Equal Fraction Parts
Jan 20: Fraction Number Bonds and Fractions as Wholes
Jan 27: Fractions of a Set
Feb 3: Comparing Fractions
Feb 10: Fractions of a Number Line
Feb 17: Data and Pictographs
Feb 24: Bar Graphs and Line Graphs
Mar 3: Geometry
Mar 10: 3D Shapes
Mar 17: Polygons
Mar 24: Composing and Decomposing Shapes```

#### Other Details

###### Supply List
`Please bring a pencil and required handouts to class each week`
###### External Resources
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
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##### Teacher expertise and credentials
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###### Oklahoma Teaching Certificate in Elementary Education
Lauren Haney
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About the Founder, Julie Chamberlin: I am currently a part time stay at home mom part time reading teacher that loves teaching. I have a background in Elementary Education specializing in grades K-6.  I am also working on my Masters degree in Curriculum Instruction with a Reading Endorsement.  In addition to Outschool, I currently tutor all ages and subjects in my spare time. I love teaching English to second language learners as well.  As a homeschooling mama of four, I am able to combine my passion of being with my children and teaching together so it's a win win for everyone! When I have free time, you can find me reading a book, listening to music, or playing the piano. As a family we also like watch sports, play games, and take walks together. Life is an adventure, and I love learning and exploring something new each day.  I hope I can help instill that love of learning in your learner as well.```

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#### \$11

weekly
1x per week
30 min

Completed by 194 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 7-11
3-10 learners per class