Fundamental Skills Development Program


Math Tutor Network's Fundamental Skills Development program is designed for students who would like to solidify their math foundations knowledge. Often, students struggle in Math not because they are not able to understand the theory in topic, but because of a gap in their math foundations. This barrier prevents students from trying further as they lost their confidence in Math.

Who Should Enroll?

Students should enroll in this program if they have a weak math foundation or are not having enough practice in basic algebra. Students who rely too much on the calculator or make a lot of careless mistakes are indications that they are not strong enough with their fundamental skills.

This program is most suitable for students in Math 6 to Math 9.

Course Outline

Students will learn the steps to perform numerical operations without a calculator. Having a good understanding of algebraic steps will allow them to solve complex equations as they move into higher level Math.

This program would focus on the following topics:

  • Integers and Decimals
  • Fractions
  • Ratios, Rates and Proportions
  • Squares and Square Roots
  • Powers and Exponents
  • Order of Operations
  • Solving Equations

Lesson Format

Lessons are available for both individual tutoring and group tutoring. Lessons will be held at the student's home, at the public library or online via our virtual tutoring platform. The length and number of lessons will be tailored to students.

For more information on the availability and rates of our lessons, please visit the Private Lessons and Group Lessons page.

Date and Time

Private lessons have flexible start dates and are self-paced. Students may request for as many lessons as necessary to understand each concept.

Group lessons follows a set schedule that is determined based on the students’ schedule. Subject to availability. Please contact us for more detail.


Please fill out the lesson inquiry form. A staff member will contact you within 24 hours.

For other inquiry options, please visit our Inquiry page.