suggested for ages 9-11
This is an elementary-level course designed with 4th grade standards in mind. The course advances students’ critical thinking in multi-digit multiplication and division, fractions, and geometry by applying their new skills to real-life quantitative problems.
Late Elementary A covers Arithmetic Review, Fluency of Multiplication and Division, and Geometry. It’s designed to build on students’ prior understanding from Early Elementary B or equivalent. After this course, students will continue their exploration of math in the Late Elementary B course.
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.
LEA1 Place Value
LEA2 Comparing and Rounding
LEA3 Addition and Subtraction
LEA4 Module Project: Soccer Season
LEA5 Factors and Multiples
LEA6 Multiplication by One-Digit Numbers
LEA7 Multiplication by Two-Digit Numbers
LEA8 Division by One-Digit Numbers
LEA9 Module Project: Invest-a-thon
LEA13 Module Project: An Obtuse Life
LEA14 Polygons and Perimeter
LEA16 Area and Volume
LEA17 Module Project