suggested for ages 7-9
This is an elementary-level course designed with 3rd grade standards in mind. The course strengthens students’ intuition in arithmetic, fractions, and geometric shapes, through interactive activities and projects. This course is designed to build on students’ prior understanding from Early Elementary A or equivalent.
Early Elementary B covers Foundations of Multiplication and Division, Patterns in Arithmetic, Multiplication and Area, Fractions, and Geometry and Measurement. After this course, students will continue their in-depth knowledge of math in Late Elementary A.
This course typically takes about 6 months to complete. This depends on the student's dedication to homework, their previous experience, and the difficulty of course material. Our instructors move at the pace of the student, taking extra time to reinforce concepts as needed.
EEB1 Review of Place Value
EEB2 Multiplying and Dividing within 100
EEB3 Properties of Multiplication and Division
EEB4 Multiplication and Division Word Problems
EEB5 Applying the Four Operations
EEB6 Multiples of 10
EEB7 Module Project: Using Science For Good
EEB8 Units of Measurement
EEB10 Module Project: Investing for the Future
EEB11 Fractions as Numbers
EEB12 Partitioning Shapes
EEB13 Represent and Interpret Data
EEB16 Module Project