Private In-Home and Online Elementary Math Tutoring in Quincy, MA

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?

Is your child beginning to fall behind in math? Are they losing interest in math class because they just can't keep up? Don't let them struggle any longer. Varsity Tutors will locate an elementary math tutor in Quincy, MA, who will use the most up-to-date resources to try to help your child excel in elementary math.

Understanding basic concepts in math is essential for higher-level math courses down the road. A student must be able to grasp basic concepts like addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication before moving on to such subjects and plane geometry and algebra. Scoring well now in math and building a solid background in math could help your child as they move on to progressive math courses in the future. To help your child understand their elementary math course in Quincy, contact Varsity Tutors.

A private elementary math tutor can meet with your family in your own home or at a nearby public location, or they can arrange face-to-face instruction through an online learning platform. They can arrange to meet with you at a time that is convenient. The tutor can provide something the typical classroom setting can not offer. There are no distractions from other students, no pressure from stressed-out teachers, and the environment is relaxed and comfortable. The child is capable of working at their own pace, with no fear of repercussions. Your private tutor can work with your child one-on-one, providing needed assistance where necessary and building on skills they already possess. They can quickly determine where your child needs the most help and will use innovative and engaging methods to bring out the most progress in your child. You could see your child pursue their goals in a short amount of time.

We'll find your child a hand-picked elementary math tutor in Quincy who will love what they teach, which allows them to make study sessions enjoyable. They could help your child to study for upcoming tests such as the MCAS, or the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System exam. They can use games, flashcards, visual aids, and other effective strategies to show your child that learning math can also be fun. They will also let your child see where they can apply math in everyday life. In this way, your child could retain even more information, because then math makes sense to them.

Let Varsity Tutors' educational directors help your child to exceed their goals. An experienced and skilled elementary math tutor in Quincy, MA, could teach your child how to best use their study time. This could help your child to perform well in math and beyond.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

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"This is my first day working with the boys on math and science. Today we went through some of the math that the student is behind in. We worked on patterns. He is good at finding the patterns, and should be moving on to measurement as soon as he catches up. "

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"The student and I prepared for her test tomorrow by completing worksheets on the surface area and volume of triangular and cubic prisms. She was able to grasp the concept quickly and run with it. The only area where she might become confused is envisioning the 2-D drawings in a 3-D manner when calculating surface area. Also, since they are not able to use calculators on the test, mistakes may come from simple arithmetic. (However, she is generally accurate with her math). "

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"The student did his math homework before I came so I checked it when I first got there. He just started a new chapter on 3D shapes. He did his homework correctly and understands the shape names and basic concepts very well. We went over the textbook together. I then put him on two different math websites for 3D shapes games. He worked on those for a little while and I left him with the websites to practice. "

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"The student has learned more circle proof theorems and formulas. The formulas are easy for her but the theorems are a little confusing. We worked on her homework packet and then did some extra problems with the proofs to address this. "

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"Covered area, the Constitution, FCAT practice, and force. Student is receiving Cs in math, social studies, and science right now. Student struggled the most with memorization of concepts in science and social studies. No extra practice left this session, and no concerns."

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"The student started off the session by completing an addition timed drill. She really enjoys being timed and competing with her time from the day before. After, we played addition and subtraction war. She was excited to play addition war, but when I switched it to subtraction war, she complained a little at first, but then found a groove. She is not comfortable with subtraction strategies. My goal is to model and practice many different subtraction strategies with her to build her confidence. After the game, she wrote in her journal about her day. She gets very excited when she writes a lot. She is doing very well with sentence structure. "

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