**Course: Elementary Math – Grade 3 **

**Grade Level: **advanced 2 – 3 (struggling 4^{th} graders may apply)

**Day/Time:** Monday 12:10 – 1:25pm

**Instructor:** Kim Brock

**Cost:** $49 per month + $35 application fee

**Books**: __Saxon Math 3 Student Workbook (Part 1 and 2) with Fact Cards__ (1^{st} edition), ISBN # 978-0939798834. You may purchase the workbooks and fact cards on Amazon or from www.christianbooks.com or Rainbow Resource.

**Description**: This class will emphasize incremental development of new material and continuous review of foundational concepts needed in elementary math. We will cover concepts such as skip-counting, adding and subtracting multi-digit numbers, dividing by single-digits, adding positive and negative numbers, adding and subtracting fractions, and will delve into simple measurements, mass, angles, and lines of symmetry. Homework will be assigned for each day of the week, and tests will be given periodically to solidify the student’s understanding of the material. If your child is advanced in math as a 3^{rd} grader, please refer to our Elementary Math – Grade 4 class.

**Supplies List: **Notebook with Pockets and Brads and a Pencil.

**Course: Elementary Math – Grade 4 **

**Grade Level: **advanced 3 – 4 (struggling 5^{th} graders may apply)

**Day/Time:** Monday 1:35 – 2:50pm

**Instructor:** Kim Brock

**Cost:** $49 per month + $35 application fee

**Books**: __Saxon Math Homeschool 5/4__, Student textbook (3^{rd} Ed.), ISBN# 1591413176. __Saxon Math Homeschool 5/4__, Tests and Worksheets (3^{rd} Ed.), ISBN# 1591413214; __Saxon Math Homeschool 5/4__, Solutions Manual (3^{rd} Ed.), ISBN# 1591413257. You may purchase the books on Amazon or all three as a kit from www.christianbooks.com or Rainbow Resource.

**Description**: This class will emphasize incremental development of new material and continuous review of foundational concepts needed in elementary math. We will cover concepts such as numeration, numerical operations, measurement and geometry, patterns, and various math functions. Students will specifically learn to add three-digit numbers, subtract numbers with re-grouping, read time, write numbers, estimate arithmetic answers, divide with two-digit answers, multiply three or more factors, simplify fraction answers, use a decimal number line, and more. Homework will be assigned for each day of the week, and tests will be given periodically to solidify the student’s understanding of the material. If your child is advanced in math as a 4^{th} grader, please refer to our Elementary Math – Grade 5 class.

**Supplies List: **Notebook with Pockets and Brads and a Pencil.

**Course: Elementary Math – Grade 5
**

**Grade Level:**advanced 4 – 5 (struggling 6

^{th}graders may apply)

**Day/Time:**Monday 9:00 – 10:15am

**Instructor:**Cathy Youngblood

**Cost:**$51 per month + $35 application fee

**Books**:

__Saxon Math Homeschool 6/5__, Student textbook (3

^{rd}Ed.), ISBN# 1591413184.

__Saxon Math Homeschool 6/5__, Tests and Worksheets (3

^{rd}Ed.), ISBN# 1591413222;

__Saxon Math Homeschool 6/5__, Solutions Manual (3

^{rd}Ed.), ISBN# 1591413265. You can purchase the books on Amazon or all three as a kit from www.christianbooks.com or rainbow resource.

**Description**: We will cover the concepts students need to master as they prepare for Middle School Math. Various concepts include: order of operations, geometry and measurement, integers, divisibility concepts, ratios, statistics and probability, prime and composite numbers, patterns and sequences, decimals and percentages, powers and roots. Students will specifically learn about making a multiplication table, adding/subtracting fractions with a common denominator, multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100, perimeter, simple probability, decimal parts of a meter, reciprocals, volume, square roots, graphing points on a coordinate plane, and more. In addition to classroom teaching, other resources will be used to enhance the class and help students to better understand the course material when they are working on their own. Homework will be assigned for each day of the week, and tests will be given periodically to solidify the student’s understanding of the material. If your child is advanced in math as a 5

^{th}grader, and will be heading into 6

^{th}grade math, please look into Middle School Math #1 class.

**Supplies List:**1″ 3 Ring Binder filled with Notebook Paper, a Folder with Pockets, a Ruler with markings for inches and centimeters and a Pencil.

**Course: Middle School Math # 1 – Grade 6
**

**Grade Level:**advanced 5 – 6 (struggling 7

^{th}graders may apply)

**Day/Time:**Monday 8:50 – 10:20am

**OR**Wednesday 9:00 – 10:30am

**Instructor:**Jennifer Westcott (Monday) and Lisa Tolson (Wednesday)

**Cost:**$62 per month + $45 application fee

**Book:**Holt McDougal Mathematics: Course 1 (2010 ed.), ISBN# 0030994284. Order used on-line or call 1-800-848-9500.

**Description:**This is an introduction to what students will face as they enter middle school math. We create a path for students to develop an in-depth understanding of key mathematical concepts needed to succeed in higher level math classes. This foundational class introduces the concepts needed for Middle School Math #2 (7

^{th}grade math) and some early Pre-Algebra. We will cover whole numbers, rational numbers, decimals, number theory, fractions, ratios, proportions, percentages, data/graphs, geometry concepts, and integers in preparation for one-and two-step equations and inequalities. In addition to classroom teaching, some on-line teaching resources (videos & examples) will be used to enhance the class and help students when they are working on their own to better understand the course material. Homework will be assigned to enhance classroom lessons and given for each day of the week, while tests will be given at the end of each chapter. If your child is advanced in math as a 6

^{th}grader, please look into Middle School Math #2 class.

**Supplies List:**A 1-2″ 3-ring Binder with Notebook Paper and at least 3 Dividers inside (labeled “Class Info,” “Notes,” and “Homework”), Graph Paper and Protractor (for second semester), Grading Pen, Pencil, one Dry-Erase Marker, and a simple Calculator for occasional use at home.