29 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.
This tutorial is on prime factorization and how to do it step by step. This is a really important process and one that can be very confusing at times. One can easily mess up and get the wrong answer. So let’s jump right in and learn the concept of factorization!
This example is helping first graders how to add. The example will be shown step by step and gives the child a first had look at how to solve an addition problem.
Many of us think that we don’t need fractions in the “real world” but if you ever want to cook by following a recipe you will need to add lets say 1/3 of butter and 1/2 of milk.
John is throwing a birthday party and inviting his friends. His mother is buying cupcakes that come in packs of 12.
Writing numbers as tens and ones is deconstructing the number, teaching the learner the different number places (ones, tens, hundreds, etc.). When asked to write a number as tens and ones, it is most helpful to draw pictures, either right next to the problem or using a scrap piece of paper.
Exponents are a new concept to some, but they are simple to solve. It is basically a shorter way to write a long multiplication problem.
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…