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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Linda in Sandy, UT
In Reading, we read the article from Seedfolks and discussed and wrote about a social issue. The student also wrote 3 tweets about the reading. In Math we did that homework which was a mixed review of subtraction, division and word problems. We then worked on 2-4 digit subtraction with decimals. We also worked on division of two digit numbers divided into 3 or 4 digit numbers. In Science, he researched scientific words on his grade level. He drew for about 1/2 hour at which time I organized his notebook. We looked for an Independent reading book for him to use in the future. He is to read one chapter tonight, log it and work on the written response with me tomorrow.
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Kendra in Sandy, UT
The student has his math final on Friday, covering chapters 1-4. Today we focused on Chapter 1 including rounding decimals, understanding number sequences, drawing diagrams of rectangles, calculating perimeter and area, predicting patterns and drawing figures, stem and leaf plots, and histograms. I then assigned him review problems to work on Tuesday and Wednesday for chapters 2 and 3. We will be meeting again on Thursday to review Chapter 4 and make sure he is feeling super confident for the test!
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Erica in Sandy, UT
We went over the student's math homework together: one page of long division problems. She seemed to improve and become more comfortable with long division as we progressed through the problems. She struggled most with remembering the steps, and occasionally with figuring out divisibility of certain numbers. She seemed optimistic about her abilities. I think that spending more time helping her become very comfortable with multiplication will improve her division abilities. I also think division flashcards would be helpful. I also hope to find some fun math "games" so that she finds the subject more interesting and engaging!
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Jeremiah in Sandy, UT
I checked over the student's homework and had him do some worksheets in his math book. He struggled a little with understanding decimals, so we paid special attention to these. After he was done with his work, I assigned him homework and played a little chess with him at the end of the session.
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Jennifer in Sandy, UT
We covered two-step story problems as well as addition of three variables. The student struggled with the amount of words presented so we worked on pulling out the data associated with numbers. We also worked on giving the correct change when dealing with quarters, dimes, and nickels.
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Elementary Math Tutoring review by Jacqueline in Sandy, UT
The student had Math homework involving the concept of Fractions. Given fraction pairs, he had to determine if they are equivalent. He also had to write equivalent fractions for given fractions. He was able to complete most of the problems on the worksheet independently. However, he struggled with the last section which involved simplifying fractions. So I reviewed the steps in simplifying fractions and then guided him in completing the worksheet. Next he had Science homework. He had to complete a test study guide from a hand out on Engineering Design Process. I reviewed the handout with him, and then guided him in reading the questions and finding the answers from the handout.
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