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How can a Elementary Math tutor help you?

In today's technologically driven world, math has become an increasingly necessary skill. However, despite its importance to several professions, many feel challenged when asked to do math either on the job or in the classroom. It may be a challenging skill to understand, and there are categories and subcategories of knowledge, all of which seem to build upon one another. As you trace that thread back, you'll eventually find the subject of elementary math, or the math concepts that are taught to elementary school-aged children. Without a solid understanding of elementary math, students may find it harder and harder to progress with their math education as they get older. If your child is struggling with elementary math, one of the great ways to rectify that is through the help of a tutor. If you're interested in connecting with a tutor, Varsity Tutors may help you find a tutor in Louisville, KY, to try to help you create a study plan that might help your child understand their elementary math course.

Our educational directors find satisfaction in securing elementary math tutors for students in Louisville. These tutors are experts and offer unique learning benefits that simply aren't realistic in the typical classroom setting. For starters, your child's tutor may work with them to develop a learning plan that features targeted lessons, designed to solve whatever problems have arisen. They may be able to ask their tutor the questions they have right away, instead of waiting until their teacher has time to work with them individually. The tutoring experience is also less distracting than a typical classroom setting, where various competing interests battle for your child's attention.

Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by top UofL Grads. We serve Louisville and all suburbs.

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Louisville, KY Elementary Math tutoring
The student completed the math homework. I then conducted math drills with student, first untimed and then timed. The student was shy of 12s in completing all 40 multiplication problems. However student did answer them correctly.
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Louisville, KY Elementary Math tutoring
The student had four boxes of new flashcards to use to practice her addition, subtraction, multiplication, and fractions, and she was eager to utilize them. So we started off with the addition flashcards, and of course, she did an outstanding job. Then she chose the fractions, and this time, when she got it right, she kept the card; when she was incorrect, I kept the card. In the end, I only had five cards! I used them to quiz her again right away, and she got them all correct - Great job! Then I took out one of the handouts I brought for her to practice on "telling time."ù This handout explained terms such as "quarter past one,"ù "half past eight,"ù and "quarter to three."ù She really enjoyed the handout, and she seems to have a better understanding what these phrases mean now. But she does still want to rush through the work. It actually seems like she challenges herself to see how fast she can do the exercise, no matter what the exercise is, as if the faster she does it, the better she is. While this can be a good way to challenge herself, it can also pose problems. I will try to address this with her in our next session.
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Louisville, KY Elementary Math tutoring
I gave the student some word problems and asked her to pull the equations out of the words. It's a little tough for her sometimes to visualize what is being asked of her. With a little practice she is getting better. She has told me they are now working on integers, so we worked on some integer problems too. This does not seem to be a problem for her so far.
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Louisville, KY Elementary Math tutoring
The student made good progress working on multiplication and division, showing massive improvement in division with multiple-digit divisors.
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Louisville, KY Elementary Math tutoring
I began the session by reviewing what I worked on with the students yesterday. The first student and I went over the rest of the alphabet, and the phonics. I am working on building his knowledge on the sounds that English letters make, as well as expanding his vocabulary. We also went over the numbers 1-50, and even introduced simple addition problems. I also allowed him some time to draw. I will continue to expand his math knowledge, and begin teaching him how to write simple words (and his name). For the second student, I had him work on a lot of English writing and reading. I am hoping to expand his English language knowledge, because this will help in the other areas we work on. Both of these students worked very hard today!
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Louisville, KY Elementary Math tutoring
During this session, the student and I moved on from measurement since she moved so quickly through it last week. We began focusing on multiplication as equal groups. We practiced creating arrays and answering multiplication number stories. We also began exploring multiplication's relationship to division through drawings and diagrams. We ended the session by practicing area and perimeter through a fun activity called Dream House where she gets to "build" rooms in a house using centimeter grid paper and she must find the area and perimeter for each room. We will continue to add to this activity throughout our next sessions. Finally, I encouraged her to work on multiplication fact practice in between our sessions. I recommended the use of a multiplication site as well as flashcards to build her fact power. As always, a very productive session!
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