Upper Elementary Math

Upper Elementary Math provides two 45-minute live class sessions each week combined with well-structured homework assignments to encourage the practice of daily math work for thorough comprehension.

Live class sessions introduce new concepts and provide plenty of practice in the virtual classroom to ensure understanding and mastery. In addition to practice problems, many homework assignments include engaging projects to give students an opportunity to apply what they learn in class to the world around them.

This is a flexible course and Mr. Adams is available to help each family create a math plan that will work best for their specific circumstances.

Concepts covered in this course include but are not limited to multi-digit addition and subtraction, place value, math facts memorization with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, basic fractions, decimals, and percentages.

This course is ideal for students ages 10-12 who are in 5th and 6th grade.

In addition to the two 45-minute scheduled hours of instruction each week,  Mr. Adams is available to meet at various times throughout the week to answer questions.

This class is open to new students for the spring semester. A list of topics covered in the fall semester is posted below. Students who have covered these fall topics are welcome to enroll for the spring: Spring Term Prerequisites