Private In-Home and Online Elementary Math Tutoring in Hialeah, FL

Receive personally tailored Elementary Math lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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How can a Elementary Math tutor help you?

Elementary math is a collection of math concepts that is required learning in elementary school. These concepts can be difficult to grasp for young students because it is all new material to them. If your student is struggling in their math class, tutoring could help them catch up. Varsity Tutors could help you locate an independent, professional elementary math tutor in Hialeah, FL.

These early math courses cover fractions, length, decimals, and percentages. Topics such as graphing, area, and division will serve as building blocks in other math classes. Mastery of basic math could help your student succeed in future math classes, as well as equip them with the tools they will need in the real world.

Your child's tutor could help them prepare for important state exams like the Florida Standards Assessments, and Statewide Science Assessment. These exams measure how school aged children retain the information they are taught. Your child's tutor will be able to prepare them with the knowledge that they need to receive good scores on both state tests, by individualizing their study plan to cover topics that they don't know, and skip topics they have understood. Personalized sessions will make sure that your child is learning what is going to be most helpful to them. A professional elementary math tutor in Hialeah can create a study plan specifically designed for your child.

We will connect you with a tutor who works with your child's learning style by using methods of studying and taking in new material that could help them remember how to do the problems during class or on an exam. Your child's tutor could help them do their best in class and make their sessions enjoyable by studying in ways that your child enjoys. Varsity Tutors will hand pick an elementary math tutor in Hialeah who can work with your child's individual learning style, abilities, and personality.

We will connect you with a tutor that can work with your family's schedule. Your child might be able to meet with their tutor anytime anywhere, even in your own home or at the local community center. With our online learning platform, your child can also have sessions with their tutor face-to-face online.

Don't hesitate to put your child ahead of their peers in math. Varsity Tutors will connect you with an experienced and trusted elementary math tutor in Hialeah, FL, who could be a great match for your student.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

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"We went through her math assignment where she had to do addition or subtraction word problems using money. Following math, the student did reading and phonics practice. Lastly, she did sentences for her spelling words "about", "then", "look", "two", and "has"."

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"The student and I met for another session of tutoring. In this session we worked on both math and science. We first worked on order of operations, something that comes very easily to him. He needed little to no help from me to complete those problems. We then moved to science, where he answered questions about chemical technologies. He has recently shown a high degree of self reliance. He needs less and less help from me to complete his work. "

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"The student and I worked on his assigned homework. He had to find the common denominator of fractions to find their equal fraction. First, the student and I went through the steps of listing each number's common denominator to find the least common one. Then he showed me a trick he learned in school that made the process easier to understand and do: the butterfly method. He quickly went through these problems and surprised me with knowing some of his multiplication facts quickly and without using his hands! He was very proud of himself! I really want to focus on being confident when giving answers, knowing when to use an operation, and time. "

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"The student and I reviewed homework assignments and worked on problem areas. She was having issues with long division and certain key mathematical elements, but she seemed to have a better understanding at the end of the session."

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"We covered elementary math topics such as Geometry and also went over topics regarding grammar and syllabification. The student mostly needs help regarding the advancement of topics, as she is extremely quick-witted and very intelligent for her age. This was noted as I observed her doing her assignments with ease, and therefore will provide her with more advanced materials. "

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"Worked on finding lengths of secant and tangent segments of circles. Difference when segment is within or goes out of circle. Mostly algebra needed to solve. Was right after school, came in a bad mood but quickly got him cheered up and ready to work. "

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"Last night, the student and I reviewed problems that she did not understand from a recent math exam. The problems focused on a variety of topics including exponents, finding the lowest common denominator, solving equations, and solving word problems with multiple variables. As we continued to work through the problems, the student gained a better understanding of how to solve them."

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"To start the session I had him complete a quick word problem worksheet before moving on to the more difficult material. We covered radicals (cube roots, square roots) and how to simply roots for imperfect numbers. He understood the concept well, but struggled a little with the larger numbers. We finished the session with word problems on percents, because he had missed those types of problems in the diagnostic exam, however he completed these problems without an issue."

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"In this session, the student and I started by reviewing the concept of proportions. The student completed her homework, and we completed word problems that dealt with proportions. All said, she has a solid understanding of this concept, though we will do more word problems practice next week. Her spirits were high, since she has improved her work in math so much in the last few months, earning an A on her last unit test. We also worked on revising a paragraph that she wrote for social studies. Her teacher wanted her to explain her evidence more, so we worked on adding sentences that more clearly explained how her evidence related to the main idea of her paragraph. The student got the hang of it quickly, and saw how she needed to more clearly explain her examples."

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"We worked specifically on solving for missing angles in triangles. She had to identify and understand that the three angles in a triangle add up to 180 degrees. Then she had to identify what kind of triangle we are dealing with (obtuse, isosceles, right) and then solve for the missing angle. She was very proficient in this and was able to add and subtract very quickly."

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"The student and I worked on problems for his upcoming Calculus exam covering applications of integration. The problems he identified as being the biggest issue were arc length and surface area of revolution problems. We specifically worked 2 of those from the practice test and then an additional problem of that type from the homework, that seemed to help. "

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"Good session! Covered 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 right triangles and relationships. Also looked at some regular quadrilateral problems. For algebra, worked on systems of 2 equations in 2 variables. "

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