Online Elementary Math Tutoring – Get The Best Elementary Math Tutor For K5
Elementary Math skills are a prerequisite to understanding and learning Middle School Math. Practising with elementary math worksheets is a great way to review learned concepts, however a personalized elementary math curriculum can help your scholar learn new ones from a live online math tutor.
An online program for elementary students is a great way to make sure that your child makes progress from the comfort and safety of your home.
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Our elementary math programs are designed to ensure the progress of students of all intellectual levels and abilities.
At the end of every personalized session the student can solve elementary math problems relating to the concept learned during the lesson. Our expertÂ math tutors use the â€˜Learning by Designâ€™ teaching methodology to make sure that learning is complete and exact.
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Every online tutoring session has 50 to 55 minutes of teaching time.
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Flexible Elementary Math tutoring for those with inflexible schedules
 2 to 4 personal online tutoring sessions per week
 The syllabus for the elementary math courses can be either given by the student or offered by eTutorWorld math tutors
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Elementary Math Curriculum (Common Core Standards)
Grade 1
Geometry
 Naming shapes 3
 Defining and nondefining attributes
 Halves and fourths
Measurement and Data
 Order by length
 Measuring lengths 1
 Tell and write time
 Solving problems with bar graphs 1
Number and Operations in Base Ten
 Numbers to 120
 Groups of ten objects
 Twodigit place value challenge
 Groups of ten objects
 Comparing twodigit numbers
 Comparing twodigit numbers 2
 Adding 1 or 10
 Regrouping when adding onedigit numbers
 Adding 1s or 10s (no regrouping)
 Adding twodigit numbers (no regrouping)
 Breaking apart twodigit addition problems
 Mentally find 10 more or 10 less
 Subtract multiples of 10
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
 Word problems with “more” and “fewer”
 Addition and subtraction word problems
 Word problems with “more” and “fewer” 2
 Adding three numbers
 Relate addition and subtraction
 Addition within 20
 The equals sign
 Addition and subtraction within 10
Grade 2
Geometry
 Naming shapes
 Filling rectangles with samesized squares
 Equal parts of circles and rectangles
Measurement and Data
 Measuring lengths
 Measuring lengths with different units
 Estimating lengths
 Comparing lengths
 Length word problems
 Adding and subtracting on the number line word problems
 Telling time without labels
 Telling time with a labeled clock
 Counting money (U.S.)
 Making line plots, bar graphs, and picture graphs
 Solving problems with picture graphs
 Solving problems with bar graphs
 Solving problems with line plots
Number and Operations in Base Ten
 Skipcounting by 10s
 Threedigit place value challenge
 Comparing threedigit numbers
 Regrouping when subtracting onedigit numbers
 Subtraction within 20
 Subtracting 1s or 10s (no regrouping)
 Adding twodigit numbers by making tens
 Subtracting twodigit numbers (no regrouping)
 Subtracting 1 or 10
 Subtraction within 100
 Adding twodigit numbers by making tens 2
 Addition within 100
 Place value and properties of operations to add and subtract
 Adding 10s and 100s (no regrouping)
 Adding and subtracting using a number line
 Breaking apart threedigit addition problems
 Select strategies for adding within 100
 Subtracting 10s and 100s (no regrouping)
 Subtracting two and threedigit numbers (no regrouping)
 Adding two and threedigit numbers (no regrouping)
 Adding and subtracting within 1000 using a number line
 Mentally add 10 or 100 to a given number
 Strategies of addition and subtraction
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
 Hundreds, tens, and ones
 Skipcounting by 100s
 Counting money (U.S.)
 Skipcounting by 5s
 Word problems within 100 with “more” and “fewer” 2
 Addition and subtraction within 100 word problems 2
 Length word problems
 Addition and subtraction within 100 word problems 1
 Comparing lengths
 Solving problems with picture graphs 1
 Find the missing number (addition and subtraction within 100)
 Word problems within 100 with “more” and “fewer” 1
 Add and subtract within 20
 Properties of operations
 Repeated addition
Grade 3
Geometry

Categorize quadrilaterals

Cutting shapes into equal parts

Identifying unit fractions
Measurement and Data
 Telling time word problems with the number line
 Telling time word problems
 Arithmetic word problems with mass
 Arithmetic word problems with volume
 Reading bar charts 1
 Solving problems with picture graphs 2
 Creating picture and bar graphs 2
 Creating bar charts
 Reading pictographs 1
 Reading bar charts 2
 Reading pictographs 2
 Solving problems with bar graphs 3
 Marking data on line plots
 Find area by counting unit squares
 Understanding area
 Find area by counting unit squares
 Understanding area
 Find area by counting unit squares
 Understanding area
 Measuring area with unit squares
 Find area by counting unit squares
 Finding area by multiplying
 Decompose shapes to find area
 Comparing areas by multiplying
 Area and the distributive property
 Finding area by multiplying
 Decompose shapes to find area
 Comparing areas by multiplying
 Area and the distributive property
 Finding area by multiplying
 Decompose shapes to find area
 Comparing areas by multiplying
 Area and the distributive property
 Finding area by multiplying
 Decompose shapes to find area
 Comparing areas by multiplying
 Comparing areas by multiplying
 Decompose shapes to find area
 Area and the distributive property
 Finding area by multiplying
 Area and the distributive property
 Comparing area and perimeter
 Perimeter
Number and Operations in Base Ten

Rounding to the nearest 10 or 100

Rounding challenge

Rounding to the nearest 10 or 100 on the number line

Addition within 1000

Subtraction within 1000

Addition using groups of 10 and 100

Multiply by tens word problems

Multiply by tens
Number and Operations: Fractions
 Identifying unit fractions
 Recognizing fractions 1
 Identifying numerators and denominators
 Recognizing fractions 2
 Cutting shapes into equal parts
 Finding 1 on the number line
 Unit fractions on the number line
 Fractions on the number line
 Finding 1 on the number line
 Unit fractions on the number line
 Fractions on the number line
 Finding 1 on the number line
 Unit fractions on the number line
 Fractions on the number line
 Visually comparing fractions 1
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator
 Comparing fractions with the same denominator
 Equivalent fractions on the number line
 Equivalent fraction models
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator
 Visually comparing fractions 1
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator
 Comparing fractions with the same denominator
 Equivalent fractions on the number line
 Equivalent fraction models
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator
 Equivalent fractions on the number line
 Equivalent fractions on the number line
 Equivalent fractions on the number line
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator
 Comparing fractions with the same denominator
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator
 Equivalent fraction models
 Equivalent fraction models
 Comparing fractions with the same denominator
 Visually comparing fractions 1
 Visually comparing fractions 1
 Equivalent fraction models
 Comparing fractions with the same denominator
 Visually comparing fractions 1
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator
 Comparing fractions with the same numerator
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
 Meaning of multiplication
 Multiplying with arrays
 Meaning of division
 Dividing with visuals
 Problems involving multiplication and division.
 Multiplying 1digit numbers
 1digit division
 Basic division
 Associative property of multiplication
 Properties of multiplication
 Commutative property of multiplication
 Letters and symbols in multiplication and division equations
 Relate division to multiplication
 Relate division to multiplication word problems
 Dividing by 8
 Multiplying by 4
 Dividing by 1
 Dividing by 6
 Dividing by 3
 Dividing by 4
 Dividing by 7
 Dividing by 5
 Multiplying by 6
 Multiplying by 2
 Multiplying by 8
 Multiplying by 7
 Dividing by 9
 Multiplying by 0 or 1
 Multiplying by 9
 Whole numbers on the number line
 Dividing by 2
 Dividing by 10
 Multiplying by 3
 Multiplying by 5
 Twostep word problems with addition, subtraction,
 multiplication, and division
 Math patterns 1
 Patterns in multiplication tables
Grade 4
Geometry
 Angle types
 Drawing rays, lines, and line segments
 Recognizing rays, lines, and line segments
 Recognizing angles
 Drawing right, acute, and obtuse angles
 Recognizing parallel and perpendicular lines
 Classifying shapes by line and angle types
 Recognizing triangle types
 Quadrilateral types
 Axis of symmetry
Measurement and Data
 Converting larger units to smaller units
 Unit sense
 Time word problems
 Converting money word problems
 Area problems
 Area and perimeter of rectangles word problems
 Interpreting dot plots with fraction addition and subtraction
 Benchmark angles
 Naming angles
 Benchmark angles
 Measuring angles
 Drawing angles
 Decomposing angles
Number and Operations in Base Ten
 Multiplying whole numbers by 10
 Creating largest or smallest number
 Dividing whole numbers by 10
 Multiplying and dividing by 10 challenge
 Understanding place value when multiplying and dividing by 10
 Place value blocks
 Comparing multidigit numbers: Place value challenge
 Comparing multidigit numbers
 Place value introduction
 Numbers in expanded form
 Whole number place value challenge
 Numbers in written form
 Rounding whole numbers
 Subtraction within 1000
 Addition within 1000
 Multiplying 4 digits by 1 digit with visual models
 Multiplication without carrying
 Multiplication using place value understanding
 Multiplying 2 digits by 2 digits with area models
 Multiplying 2 digits by 2 digits
 Multiplication with carrying
 Dividing by onedigit numbers (no remainders)
 Division with remainders
 Division using place value understanding
 Dividing by onedigit numbers (visual models)
Number and Operations: Fractions
 Equivalent fractions
 Equivalent fractions (with fraction models)
 Common denominators
 Visually comparing fractions with unlike denominators
 Equivalent fractions and different wholes
 Ordering fractions
 Comparing fractions with different numerators and denominators
 Comparing fractions and mixed numbers
 Converting mixed numbers and improper fractions
 Subtracting fractions with common denominators
 Adding fractions with common denominators
 Multiplying fractions and whole numbers intuition
 Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers: Equivalent
 Expressions
 Equivalent fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 intuition
 Adding fractions with 10 and 100 as denominators
 Decompose fractions with denominators of 100
 Equivalent fractions with denominators of 10 and 100
 Decimals on the number line
 Fractiondecimal intuition
 Decimal intuition with grids
 Rewriting fractions as decimals
 Decimals in words
 Rewriting decimals as fractions
 Comparing decimals visually
 Comparing decimals and fractions
 Comparing decimals (tenths and hundredths)
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
 Comparing with multiplication word problems
 Comparing with multiplication
 Multiplication and division word problems
 Multistep word problems with whole numbers
 Identifying factors and multiples
 Divisibility intuition
 Composite numbers
 Prime numbers
 Factor pairs
 Math patterns
Grade 5
Geometry
 Graphing points
 Coordinate plane word problems in the first quadrant
 Graphing points
 Properties of shapes
 Properties of shapes
Measurement and Data
 Converting units (metrics)
 Converting units (US customary)
 Converting units word problems (US customary)
 Converting units word problems (metric)
 Interpreting dot plots with fraction operations
 Concept of volume
 Volume with unit cubes
 Decompose figures to find volume
 Volume
 Volume word problems
 Comparing volumes with unit cubes
 Volume formula intuition
Number and Operations in Base Ten
 Money and decimal place value intuition
 Comparing decimal place value
 Value of a decimal digit
 Multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100, and 1000
 Multiplying and dividing whole numbers by 10, 100, and 1000
 Powers of ten
 Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10
 Multiplying and dividing decimals by 10
 Understanding moving the decimal
 Decimal place value names
 Rounding decimals
 Rounding decimals using a number line
 Multidigit multiplication
 Division by 2 digits
 Subtracting decimals
 Adding decimals
 Multiplying decimals
 Dividing completely
 Dividing decimals
Number and Operations: Fractions
 Using visuals to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators
 Adding fractions with unlike denominators
 Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators
 Adding and subtracting fractions challenge
 Adding and subtracting mixed numbers with unlike denominators
 Adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators word problems
 Understanding fractions as division
 Understanding fractions as division: word problems
 Multiplying mixed numbers
 Multiplying fractions
 Visually understanding multiplying fractions and whole numbers
 Understanding multiplying fractions by fractions
 Fraction multiplication as scaling
 Multiplying fractions by fractions word problems
 Dividing unit fractions by whole numbers introduction
 Dividing whole numbers by unit fractions
 Evaluating expressions with parentheses
 Creating expressions with parentheses
 Translating expressions with parentheses
 Visualizing and interpreting relationships between patterns
Online Elementary Math Programs (K5)
An elementary math diagnostic assessment specifically designed for U12 (under the age of 12 years) helps us understand your childâ€™s strengths and areas for improvement. Based on the evaluation of this test, an educational counsellor will help you plan your childâ€™s learning path for every week. During each tutoring session, our online elementary math tutors enhance your math skills and step up your progress levels.
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It is imperative that children must have a solid foundation in elementary mathematics to succeed in their professional pursuits. Even though elementary school students might not realize it now, the math courses they are taking now will benefit them one day in the future.
Depending on how your child performs in elementary math, it can have a considerable impact on how he or she feels about the subject in high school or college. Thus, it is crucial to take the necessary steps to ensure that your child develops a greater understanding of mathematics if he or she is having difficulty grasping the concepts covered in class.
This is where our eTutorWorld’s Elementary Math Tutors play an important role.
Most of the time, teachers cannot provide individual attention to students in the classroom. Students, on the other hand, have many problems getting their doubts resolved in a particular section of elementary math. Among the reasons can be hesitation to ask questions in front of the whole class, as well as not understanding the concept despite the explanation after asking the questions.
Our goal at eTutorWorld is to encourage students to come out of their comfort zone and ask their elementary math tutor as many doubts as possible. To comfort students, our elementary math tutor also asks them personally if they understand the concept and assures them that they can always contact them if they still don’t understand. The student will be able to grasp the concept in and out with that kind of approach.
To achieve this, we hire experienced elementary math tutors to guide your child through each hurdle of the subject and perfect every concept.
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There is no easy way for all children to become proficient in mathematics, regardless of their level of understanding. When a child falls far behind others in the classroom, he or she may become highly selfconscious and cease participating in class. Due to this, they have difficulty completing their elementary math homework.
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You have access to a dedicated elementary math tutor regardless of your location.
At eTutorWorld, we can provide you with a skilled and experienced elementary math tutor who will help you onetoone in all private tutoring session.
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To learn various methods of teaching elementary math effectively and efficiently, our Elementary Math Tutors are dedicated to developing a working rapport with their respective students. The math tutor can evaluate your child’s strengths and weaknesses as he or she becomes familiar with your child.
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Traditional School Teaching Vs eTutorWorld Online Elementary Math TutoringÂ Â Â
It is also possible that in a conventional classroom, the teacher comes solely focused on completing her syllabus, sometimes at the expense of students not understanding the most basic elementary math concepts.
Now, we don’t ask whether traditional classroom teaching is worthwhile or not. Rather, we ask whether it’s always efficient and effective.
Usually, the answer is ‘No.’
The teacher, for example, in traditional classroom instruction, goes through all topics in the same manner regardless of the level of understanding that each student possesses.
As an alternative, you can use our private elementary math tutoring service to inform our math tutor of the sections that are difficult to comprehend. In this manner, the assigned math tutor can easily skip over the topics that the student is already familiar with and review the difficult topics several times until they have been fully mastered.
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With our private math tutoring concept described above, the student gains a high level of confidence and a comprehensive set of skill sets to succeed in elementary math tests.
Besides adapting the sessions to meet your child’s level, the math tutor will ensure that the work is always challenging but never overwhelming. Our elementary math tutoring sessions are also enhanced by a variety of captivating games and activities, which make them more engaging, interesting, and fun for both tutors and students.
With an understanding of early math concepts, our elementary math tutors at eTutorWorld prepare your child for later coursework, giving them a strong background for advanced math.
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