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Poulsbo, Washington, is located in Kitsap County. The fourth largest city in the county, the city has a population of approximately 10,000. Poulsbo is positioned on Liberty Bay and is home to Poulsbo Bread, which is sold worldwide.

Poulsbo is home to North Kitsap High School, which is ranked among the top 75 high schools in the state. The school is located the North Kitsap School District and offers Advanced Placement courses and exams. Private Poulsbo tutoring, either online or in-home, is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Poulsbo for test prep and help with course material. Seattle, located just 25 miles away, is home to several top colleges and universities. Seattle University, the University of Washington, and Seattle Pacific University are just a few examples of the top schools offered within Seattle. Conveniently, Poulsbo, WA, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

Poulsbo houses three marinas in Liberty Bay and provides a wide array of outdoor fun for its residents. One of the unique attractions in town is the Sawdust Hill Alpaca Farm. The farm offers tours, allowing visitors to meet the animals and take in the beautiful countryside. Tours last approximately an hour, and when the tour is done, you can stop by the farm store for some homemade treasures.

For some indoor fun, the SEA Discovery Center is a must-see. The center provides a tide pool touch tank, allowing visitors to explore the creatures that can be found locally. The center features more than 100 types of marine plants and animals and teaches visitors about the local waterways and marine life. Select Saturdays are Super Saturdays, offering classes for children with a different theme each date. The free program focuses on hands-on learning about nature and marine life. For a history lesson, stop by the Poulsbo Historical Society Museum. The museum offers tours of the exhibits exploring the history of the area. You can view artifacts in the historic Martinson Cabin as well as get some hands-on learning exploring what life was like living in Poulsbo years ago.

Is your goal to attend one of the top colleges or universities in nearby Seattle? Tutors in Poulsbo, WA, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam, giving you a competitive edge for college.

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Tutoring review by Andrew in Poulsbo, WA
We continued to work on Taylor and Maclaurin series, calculus using parametric forms, and calculus in polar coordinates.
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Tutoring review by Cedric in Poulsbo, WA
We conducted a review of the unit circle and trig function. We diagramed the triangles within the unit circle to understand their origin and function. In addition, we completed a short overview of special triangles. We also complete conceptual understanding and outlining of biological metabolism and the special properties and aspects of water molecules.
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Tutoring review by Whitney in Poulsbo, WA
Today, the student and I worked on her chapter 4 math review for her test tomorrow. We primarily covered adding and comparing mixed and improper fractions. We also reviewed least common denominators and greatest common factors. Further, we reviewed prime factorization and factorization trees. We also solved word problems involving fractions and converted fractions into decimals to solve problems.
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Tutoring review by Brea in Poulsbo, WA
Today, we went over spelling words again. The student is having a hard time with "should," "some," and "Thanksgiving," so I had her write each word three times each. We also went over her phonics words. We read two books, "Clouds" and "Frog is Hungry." She made 100s on both quizzes.
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Tutoring review by Dina in Poulsbo, WA
Today, we worked on the student's project using real weather data of cities. We were asked to find the trigonometric function that fit the data. The student did a great job once we understood the project.
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Tutoring review by Carro in Poulsbo, WA
The student and I covered identifying least common multiples, finding equivalent fractions, and comparing and ordering fractions. Using a checklist, the student practiced comparing and ordering fractions by following the following steps: find the common multiple, make equivalent fractions (by multiplying), and compare or order fractions. By the close of the session, she was able to independently identify the common multiple given 2 fractions. Additional guided practice is needed to allow her an opportunity to work toward independently making equivalent fractions after a common multiple has been identified. Practice is also still needed with comparing fractions given like denominators. These concepts will be revisited in isolation and then all together in future sessions.
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