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Crestwood is a village in northern Illinois, located in the county of Cook. It has a modest population of 11,000 residents. The village is known for being the hometown of Ron Mahay, who was a pitcher for eight Major League Baseball Teams.

Students in Crestwood attend Alan B. Shepard High School, which is served by the community High School District 218. If you are looking to apply to a top university, check out Trinity Christian College. It ranks in the top 25 colleges in the Midwest. Maybe Saint Xavier University is the best choice for you, since it is also one of the best colleges in the Midwest. The fourth best college in America is right around the corner from you in Crestwood; The University of Chicago might be calling to you. To try to create an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Crestwood, IL, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home. If you are looking for private tutoring, whether in-home or online, you may enjoy working with Crestwood tutors. Their instruction and test prep could take you far.

There are several things you could find yourself doing in and around Crestwood. The Cook County Forest Preserve is a great place to get lost. There are over 100 miles of paved bike trails to ride, as well as walk. You and the whole family could camp in the preserves, surrounded by the lush forestry in the four different campsites in the Preserves. Stop by The Pullman State Historic Site, in Forrestville, for a look back into the industrial society that the greater Chicago area used to be like. There you can view the Clock Tower Administration Building, Assembly Shops, and the beautiful four-story Hotel Florence. All these represent the transportation, labor, urban life, and industrial design standards of the time. If you get a membership to the Midlothian Country Club, you have unlimited access to the state-of-the-art pool facility equipped with a diving board, competition lanes, a separate kiddy pool, and spacious outdoor dining areas. The Club also has a large clubhouse and a year-round cottage

Do you need an extra hand with studying for an upcoming test? Expert online tutoring from Crestwood tutors could help you work towards success in your test prep and coursework. Connecting with a Crestwood, IL, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the most prestigious schools.

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Tutoring review by Michelle in Crestwood, IL
We are continuing to work on increasing the student's fact fluency in the four basic operations through the use of five minute fact frenzy games, timed assessments, flashcards, and other games. He worked on a few word problems on volume and decimals. He also reviewed rounding decimals to a given place value with 100% accuracy.
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Tutoring review by Suzanne in Crestwood, IL
Todays agenda: Review multiplying fractions by a whole number. After discussing the lesson, The student was able to solve 4/4 word problems involving multiplying fractions with no problems. She is able to cross reduce to simplify the digits into easier numbers to solve independently! The student can correctly use the algorithm to solve problems of multiplying fractions (number 28 on diagnostic exam). Next we moved on to dividing fractions. She demonstrated knowledge of the algorithm to solve and had no difficulties in solving (number 11 on diagnostic exam). For the last 30 minutes, the student was able to work on problems from class. Her homework was on solving inequalities. We discussed zero pairs and used algebra tiles to isolate the variable in each inequality. Next week, I will be working with her on the use of algebra tiles to help solve equations/inequalities. She knows the signs (greater than, greater than or equal to, less than, less than or equal to). She demonstrated no problems graphing the inequality after the inequality was solved.
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Tutoring review by Kate in Crestwood, IL
Elementary Algebra Accu. •Operations with integers and rational numbers: topics include computation with integers and negative rationals, the use of absolute values, and ordering. •Operations with algebraic expressions: topics include the evaluation of simple formulas and expressions, adding and subtracting monomials and polynomials, multiplying and dividing monomials and polynomials, the evaluation of positive rational roots and exponents, simplifying algebraic fractions, and factoring. •Solution of equations, inequalities, word problems: topics include solving linear equations and inequalities, solving quadratic equations by factoring, solving verbal problems presented in an algebraic context, including geometric reasoning and graphing, and the translation of written phrases into algebraic expression.
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Tutoring review by Stripe in Crestwood, IL
We worked on expanded notation and adding and subtracting negative numbers in preparation for a unit seven quiz tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Daniel in Crestwood, IL
We worked through a practice set of problems involving inequalities, linear equations, and systems of linear equations. Things are going pretty smoothly. We will meet again tomorrow at 2pm to practice more before the test on Friday.
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Tutoring review by Victoria in Crestwood, IL
We worked on reading comprehension strategies. We played a place value game with hundreds, tens, and units, utilizing expanded notation. I plan to start addition with regrouping using manipulatives Wednesday, and hopefully we will get to the algorithm by Friday. Next week, I plan to introduce and practice subtraction with regrouping. The student is a kinesthetic learner, so manipulatives and active movement are very helpful. I will have some suggestions for place value activities she can do with the family.
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