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Math: 2nd Grade Full Curriculum (Ongoing)
Ongoing Review of First Grade Math (Worksheets Included)
Erin Kathleen Howard
We will review all of the first grade math objectives: place value, expanded form, math fact families (number bonds), double-digit addition, double-digit subtraction, time, geometry, money, skip counting, and measurement/data every week!
US Grade 1
This ongoing course reviews first grade math. Every week we will cover a problem in each of these areas: 1. A number in different forms: standard and written form, expanded form, base ten blocks and using place value. 2. A math fact family (number bond) 3. Skip counting 4. Two-digit addition 5. Two-digit subtraction 6. Measurement/Data 7. Time 8. Money 9. Geometry 10. Word Problem Every week the problems themselves will change but cover the same ten different types. Your learner should be...
Goals include: -expressing numbers in standard and written form, expanded form, base ten blocks -understand place value: ones, tens, bundles of tens -understand the relationship between addition and subtraction (math fact family) -skip count to 50 by 2s, 5s, 10s -add/subtract double-digit numbers -compare lengths, represent, and interpret data -telling time on a digital and analog clock to the hour, half hour -learn the value of coins and use skip counting/addition skills to find the value -review 2D and 3D shapes, composing/decomposing circles/rectangles, halves/quarters/whole -ability to solve different types of word problems using addition and subtraction
Assessments OfferedI will check in with the parents if the learner is struggling in a specific area. I always welcome questions/comments during the semester.
The learners will need to print some worksheets at home. They should always have a notebook and pencil. I will send out an email ahead of time if materials are needed for the next class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Meet the teacher
Hello! My name is Erin Howard. I love teaching young learners. My passion is to help your young learner gain the knowledge and confidence in their basic math skills. My math classes focus on skills such as solving word problems, learning math fact...
1x per week
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Live video meetings
2-8 learners per class