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Course SummaryImplement this 3rd-5th grade math course into your classroom studies or use the materials at home to enhance the learning experience for your elementary school students. Video lessons help your students easily learn about math problems, basic math operations, fractions, percents and more.
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About This Course
The videos in this course progress from introductory 3rd-5th grade math topics, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, to more complex material, such as number theory, prime factorization and rates, ratios and proportions. Lessons are around five minutes long, and they incorporate animations and real-world examples, ensuring they're both engaging and relatable for your student. Parents and teachers can make sure students are mastering the presented material by using the lesson-based quizzes and comprehensive chapter exams within each course.
How It Works
- Students can start at the beginning and progress through an entire course, or they can pick and choose topics, like algebraic expressions or coordinate graphs, where they need extra help or want to get ahead.
- Our lessons are presented as videos that can be viewed as often as necessary.
- Practice lessons can help students more thoroughly grasp concepts like multiplication and division.
- To reinforce what they've watched, students can read through the video transcripts, which include highlighted vocabulary words for more thorough learning.
- Students can measure their knowledge of number properties, integers and other math topics through short, lesson-based quizzes. Additionally, a more comprehensive exam follows the final lesson of each chapter.
- Continued study is emphasized after each video lesson is completed, with the next lesson in the sequence clearly displayed for the student.
Using the Course
Use this online resource as a comprehensive and effective learning tool that will make your students look forward to exploring 3rd-5th grade math topics. This all-inclusive tutoring solution can be customized to meet students' needs, and it can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our lessons do not link out to other websites, ensuring students stay focused in a safe learning environment.
Parents and teachers might find the lessons in this course useful in the following situations:
- To give students more confidence in their abilities to complete their homework
- To provide practice opportunities so students can be prepared for quizzes or tests
- To serve as an interactive tool in the classroom or supplement a 3rd-5th grade math textbook
|Number Sense & Arithmetic||Students will find out how to put numbers in order, use word names for numbers, compare numbers and skip count. They will also learn about place values, whole numbers, Roman numerals, and even and odd numbers.|
|Number Properties||This chapter can be used to examine the commutative property of addition, as well as the commutative, zero, and distributive properties of multiplication.|
|Steps for Solving Math Word Problems||Instructors will help your pupils trace the steps used to solve word problems, and learn to restate word problems using words or images. Additionally, students will find out how to personalize a word problem to increase understanding.|
|Estimation & Rounding||Your 3rd-5th graders will learn how to round decimals, whole numbers and mixed numbers, as well as how to estimate differences, products and quotients by rounding.|
|Addition||Students will see examples of addition using up to three or more numbers, find out how to work with addition input/output tables and balance addition equations.|
|Subtraction||This chapter serves to teach students to complete the subtraction sequence, work with subtraction input/output tables and balance subtraction equations. They will also learn to identify subtraction patterns over increasing place values.|
|Multiplication||Lessons explore how to use mental math for multiplication. Specifically, students will examine various techniques for learning multiplication facts, including commutative property and rectangular array. They will also learn to find missing factors, work with multiplication input/output tables and relate multiplication to division.|
|Multiples of Whole Numbers||Here, teachers will instruct how to find, say and write multiples of 2, 5 and 10.|
|Multiplication Skills Practice||Students may use the lessons in this chapter to practice multiplying by zero through 12.|
|Division||Your pupils will learn divisibility rules for 2, 5 and 10, find out how to perform long division and division with remainders, explore division input/output tables, and learn to solve division word problems.|
|Division Skills Practice||Lessons will help your 3rd-5th graders practice dividing by zero through 12.|
|Simplifying Whole Number Expressions||The chapter explains how to simplify addition, subtraction, multiplication and division expressions. It will also detail how to simplify an expression with parentheses and exponents.|
|Writing Algebraic Expressions||Students will see how to translate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division statements into algebraic expressions.|
|Understanding Algebraic Expressions||Lessons express relationships as algebraic expressions, evaluate single algebraic expressions and combine like terms in algebraic expressions. Students can explore the commutative, associative and distributive properties in relation to algebraic expressions, and practice simplifying algebraic expressions.|
|Data & Graphs||Use this chapter for students to find out how to read and interpret bar graphs, pictographs, tally charts, stem-and-leaf plots, line graphs, circle graphs and central angles, and histograms. These lessons also teach how to create tables, schedules and frequency charts.|
|Probability & Statistics||Students learn to determine the probability of independent, dependent and compound events. They will also explore experimental probability and find out how to calculate mean, median, mode and range.|
|Units of Measurement||This chapter explores standard units of measure and will guide your students in converting standard units of measure and performing basic operations with measurements. Additionally, students will find out how to read and interpret scale drawings and convert between units of time.|
|Working with Geometric Figures||Use these lessons to help your students learn about line segments, rays, points, lines and angles and find out how to make geometric constructions with tools.|
|Angles||Students may use this chapter to study acute, obtuse, right and straight angles, and learn to measure angles with a protractor.|
|Identifying Triangles||These lessons will help students classify triangles by angles and sides.|
|Quadrilaterals||Here, students can examine properties of rhombuses, kites in geometry, rectangles, squares and trapezoids, and learn to identify similarities and differences in quadrilaterals.|
|Circle Types & Parts||Use this chapter to present the concept of the radius and diameter, and how to calculate the area and circumference of circles.|
|How to Measure Perimeter, Area & Volume||Instructors will guide your 3rd-5th graders through learning to calculate the area and perimeter of triangles, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses and trapezoids. They will also find out how to calculate the area and volume of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones and spheres.|
|Symmetry, Similarity & Congruence||This chapter explores congruence and similarity in geometric shapes. Study parallel, perpendicular and transverse lines.|
|Polyhedrons & Geometric Solids||These lessons identify types and characteristics of polyhedrons. Learn to count faces, edges and vertices of polyhedrons. They also go over platonic solids, prisms, pyramids, cylinders and cones.|
|Identifying & Working with Fractions||Students can learn to raise and reduce fractions, relate fractions and decimals, find least common denominators, and compare and order fractions. Also, students can see how to use the number line to compare fractions, decimals and whole numbers.|
|Operations with Fractions||In this chapter, your pupils will learn to add and subtract like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers. They will also find out how to multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers, solve complex fractions, and add, subtract, multiply and divide with decimal notation.|
|Performing Operations with Decimals||Students will study decimal place values and learn to represent decimals through illustrations, compare and order decimals, and change between decimals and fractions.|
|Operations with Decimals||Use these lessons to help students find out how to estimate with decimals. This chapter will also provide practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals in word problems.|
|Mixed Operations||Students may learn to add, subtract multiply and divide with whole numbers, decimals, fractions and mixed numbers.|
|Money||Here, your pupils will study types of coins, and learn to add, subtract and multiply money amounts, and find out how to calculate unit price, total cost and sales price.|
|Time||Students will discover how to tell time on an analog clock, measure and calculate elapsed time, and read calendars, time schedules and time lines. They will also identify time patterns and time zones, and learn to convert between hours and fractions of hours.|
|The Coordinate Graph||Lessons cover how to plot points and order pairs on the coordinate plane. They also explain how to measure the distance between two points, plot coordinate graphs with decimals and negative numbers, and measure relative coordinates.|
|How to Graph a Function||Your students may study linear equations as well as parabolas in standard, intercept and vertex forms. They can additionally learn to find and apply the slope and intercepts of a line, graph undefined slope and zero slope, and use the distance and midpoint formulas.|
|Number Theory & Prime Factorization||This chapter helps students convert and compare numbers in scientific notation and identify prime and composite numbers. It also details prime factorization, the greatest common factor and the least common multiple.|
|Integers||Here, students may explore how to compare and order integers and learn about integers in word problems.|
|Percents||In these lessons, your pupils will learn to convent from percent notation to decimal and fraction notations and find out how to change between decimals and percents and between fractions and percents.|
|Rates, Ratios & Proportions||Lessons cover how to find the unit rate and solve problems involving ratios, rates and money. They also explain proportions and distance formulas.|
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