Math Tutor Network takes a personalized approach in helping your child solidify foundation skills. Our tutors use analogies and examples to teach math in a way that will make it easier to understand. Our in-home elementary school tutors ensure that your child master numeration and algebraic skills without the need to travel.
- Match number words to numerals
- Count and order numbers from least to greatest and vice versa
- Add or subtract two-, three-, and four-digit numbers
- Multiply or divide two- and three-digit numbers
- Model and compare numerical fractions with like and unlike denominators
- Add or subtract decimals up to the hundredths place
- Construct and solve problems with bar and picture graph
- Reading time on a clock
- Solve problems using basic graphs, charts, and tables
- Solve basic one-step equations
Students in kindergarten and elementary school often have difficulty relating objects to numbers. They may understand how an equation works pictorically, but may not be able to write out the equation. Interpreting and solving word problems poses another challenge.
How Math Tutor Network can help?
Our fully-trained tutors realize the common difficulties students encounter and adjust the pace of teaching to the student. Depending on the student, more visual structures may be used to help students understand math concepts. Word problems will be given to students whenever appropriate to build their problem solving skills for the future.
Instead of giving answers away, tutors will ask a lot of questions to lead students to the answer. They will provide additional examples and exercises where necessary to help students refine their understanding.
Math Tutor Network recommends kindergarten and elementary school students do math everyday. Set aside 15 to 30 minutes a day and have your child practice the math concepts taught or the homework assigned during the lesson. By practicing everyday, the math your child learn will be retained in their long term memory.
Math Tutor Network recommends a 1-hour lesson once or twice a week for kindergarten and elementary school students.