Do You Measure Up: The Ultimate Area & Perimeter Course
Grade 3 Level | Total of 10 classes with option of 2x & 5x a Week
Courses starting every Monday and Thursday
We all intuitively know that a football field is bigger than our backyard. But how do we measure how big the football field is?
The course covers a deep-dive into the concept of area and its measurement. We will start with activities that foster conceptual understanding. Once students understand that the area of a shape is the space covered by it, they will start measuring area in non-standard units using everyday objects.
They will then move on to measuring area with the use of unit squares, first by counting all squares that cover up a shape, then by skip counting, then finally using multiplication.
Students will also explore the idea of area being additive through partitioning and composition of shapes.
In the lesson, students will understand the meaning of Area as the "space covered by a shape". They will reason and argue which shape has a bigger area by visual comparison, overlapping and using different objects as informal tools for measurement.
This lesson take students one step forward towards formal measurement of area. Students will learn to measure area as the number of unit squares that cover a shape.
This lesson is all about relating the measurement of area with multiplication of side lengths. Advance from skip-counting and repeated addition to finding the number of unit squares that can cover a rectangular shape.
This lesson is about connecting area and multiplication. Students will be able to visualize distributive and commutative property of multiplication by visualizing them using area of shapes (area model)
The big idea in this lesson is that area is additive. Students will calculate area of rectilinear shapes by adding the areas of rectangular regions that make up those shapes.
Connecting the understanding of area to real world applications. Students will solve a variety of mathematically rich word problems involving measurement of Area. They will be taken through a three-step process of solving word problems.
Grade 3 Level | 60 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 4 Level | 60 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 5 Level | 60 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Kindergarten Level | 54 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Kindergarten Level | 15 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Kindergarten Level | 12 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 1 Level | 54 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 1 Level | 12 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 1 Level | 14 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 2 Level | 54 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 2 Level | 12 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 2 Level | 10 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 3 Level | 60 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 3 Level | 26 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 3 Level | 12 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 4 Level | 60 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 4 Level | 22 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 4 Level | 11 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 5 Level | 60 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 5 Level | 22 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Grade 5 Level | 8 Classes | 2x Classes in a Week
Theodore Korolyshun
Our math tutors are certified educators with years of teaching experience. Each of them has been hand-picked for their innovative teaching styles, the ability to tailor their lessons according to different learning needs, and their main superpower - making math fun.
The classes will be conducted on the specific topics independently of the progress in school. Math tutor will therefore not be able to assist your child with their homework.
Our tutors are capable of keeping the children engaged and learning on their own. Most parents attend just the first class and prefer to let their child learn independently for the rest of the course.
Yes, you will need a computer or tablet with a webcam, mic, and speakers to attend the classes. Also, remember to keep a whiteboard and marker (or blank sheets and pen) handy for practice during the class.
Your child's safety and privacy is our primary concern. We do not collect any personal information and all our tutors go through a rigorous background verification process. Our classes are completely safe for your child.
Each class is around 45-minutes long. Sometimes if the tutor needs more time to wrap up what they’re teaching, it can take a few minutes longer.
The first class of your course is free. We will charge your card 24 hours after the first class. If you cancel before this, no money will be deducted from your account. If you wish to stop the course at any point, you will get charged only for the number of classes attended and we will refund the remaining amount.
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The course topics are designed to fit within the number of classes mentioned for every course. If due to an unforeseen event classes need to be extended beyond the original schedule, the tutor will conduct the remaining classes free of charge. Parents will be informed through email about such events.
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