23 Elementary Math (K-6th) Tutorials
These Elementary Math (K-6th) tutorials are written by experienced educators, all of whom also offer private tutoring lessons. Get the Elementary Math (K-6th) help you need, whether through these tutorials or through private tutoring lessons.
When adding fractions with mutual denominators, you automatically keep the mutual number as your denominator in your solution. To determine the numerator for your solution, you must add the two numerators in the problem.
If you are having trouble with addition. Here are some easy steps. All you do is put the numbers together. You can even use your fingers.
To solve some ratio problems, multiplication or division must be used to reduce or simplify the ratio terms. For example, at Acme Academy, there are 260 boys and 240 girls.
If you have a son or daughter that struggles in math, I can help. I make it fun and show them how to apply it to their interests. I currently home school my own children in elementary school. I don’t believe math is only for some, lets build that self confidence and watch that grade…
I have had the pleasure of teaching at correctional facilities. Many of my students would freeze up at test time. One of the ways in which I helped them be successful, was a tutorial on how to answer multiple choice questions.
Kim is planning a cross-country bike trip. Help Kim anticipate the time and cost for her trip by answering the math word problem listed below.
Algebra has many definition and formulas to memorize to complete the problem. Humans mainly learn by hearing, seeing, writing, and reading. However, there are multiple ways to solve a problem. My son is going into 3rd grade and he learns best by having fun. Let’s think of an algebra equation as a weighing scale trying…
Remembering how to change a regular fraction into a long division problem can be hard, however, there are some easy tricks to help along the way! First of all, remember that the number on top, or the numerator, always goes inside (think of it like a mountain: the number on top will be colder, so…