SSAT Elementary Level Math Flashcards
If you are striving to have your child admitted to an independent school after completing their third or fourth grade year of elementary school, then they may soon be facing the SSAT Elementary Level exam. This test is made up of four sections, including Verbal, Math, Reading, and Writing sections. However, the Writing section is not scored. You should encourage your child to study for all sections, including the Math section, which many young students find challenging. This section not only includes questions based on math concepts your child has already learned in their current grade, but also questions that are based on mathematics concepts your child has likely not yet encountered in school.
To help you and your child prepare for this important test, Varsity Tutors' Learning Tools offers several SSAT Elementary Level Math study help activities, including free flashcards online. The SSAT Elementary Level Math flashcards offer an easy way to squeeze in quick study sessions throughout your and your child's busy days. You and your child can practice them on any computer, tablet, or smartphone, which makes them perfect for studying both at home and on-the-go!
Learning Tools Flashcards for SSAT Elementary Math study cover many important math concepts your child may face on the SSAT. You and your child can study the entire deck at once, which is a great idea if you want to get an overview of what math concepts they already understand and which they need a little extra practice in. However, the large deck is also broken down into many smaller sets that each focus on a specific mathematics concept. Once you determine which math concepts your child doesn't understand fully, you can then practice the smaller sets with them that focus on just those concepts.
Another Learning Tool that can help you customize your SSAT Elementary Level Math review sessions with your child is the flashcards maker. There are several ways you can use it, but it offers a great, easy way to make your own flashcards for your child. To begin making your own deck of flashcards, open the flashcards builder by clicking on the “Create Tests & Flashcards” icon. Then, you will be prompted to give your new deck of cards a name, and next, you will be provided with many blank flashcards templates that you can enter your own math questions and answers into.
The flashcards creator also comes in handy if you don't want to create your own flashcards, but instead just create a custom deck of the math concepts your child needs to study more. To create this type of deck, open the flashcards maker, and after naming your deck, choose the ready-made flashcards you would like to include in it instead of filling out the blank templates.
The SSAT Elementary Level Quantitative/Math section is the first section of the test your child will take, and it contains 30 questions your child must answer in just 30 minutes. This makes it important to practice with your child until they cannot only answer math questions correctly, but also quickly. Keep working on your child's math skills until test day, so you can both feel confident that your child has studied to the best of his or her ability before the test!