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Math: Terms 1-2 Super Pack (Full Year)

Math: Terms 1-2 Super Pack (Full Year)

$345.00Price

Purchase a discounted year (32 weeks) of classes! This includes:

 

Cross River Gorillas Can Count (4 weeks)

Join us and the Cross River Gorillas as we explore counting! 

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Review number identification 0-100
  • Review basic addition and subtraction up to 20
  • Use numerals to make as many groups of equivalent expressions as possible
  • Determine whether a statement is true, false, greater than, less than, equal, or not equal
  • Place numbers up to 500 on hundreds charts and number lines


Skipping with Sei Whales (4 weeks)

Did you know that Sei Whales can live for up to 70 years in the wild? It must be because they're good at skipping. 

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Place numbers up to 1000s on a hundreds chart
  • Compare numbers up to 500 using the comparison symbols < and >, with special attention to the placement of zeroes and digit reversals.
  • Use groups of tens and ones to total up to 100
  • Use groups of fives to total up to 100

 

Pangolins Know Place Values (4 weeks)

Why do Pangolins know place values so well? Well, they are the only mammal in the world to be covered from head to toe in keratin scales (the same as human fingernails). All of these scales are placed just so, so they have a notebook to keep track of which ones are where. They happen to be very good at number place values, too. 

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Use groups of hundreds, tens, and ones to build and pack amounts of objects and determine totals up to 1,000

 

Addition, Subtraction, and Saolas (4 weeks)

Start learning and drilling your addition and subtraction skills with Saolas, otherwise known as Asian unicorns (because of the two parallel horns on their head!).

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Add and subtract  (or 3 to 9) to and from numbers between 0 and 200
  • Group numbers into tens and multiples of 10 when adding up to 12 addends


Tree Kangaroos Add and Subtract by Tens (4 weeks)

The Tree Kangaroo is between 1.6 and 2.13 feet in length, though its tail can be even longer than it is! In order to find the perfect tree to climb, they must make sure it has the perfect number of branches, which sometimes requires adding and subtracting. Because there are so many trees in their natural habitats (Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, and the far north of Queensland, Australia), they do it very quickly by adding and subtracting by tens!

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Add and subtract multiples of 10 and leftovers between 0 and 200
  • Identify the difference between two addends when that difference is a multiple of 10


Black-Footed Ferrets Use Fact Trees (4 weeks)

The black-footed ferret is the only ferret species native to North America, and it uses its long, slender shape to go through prairie dog burrows. In the prairie dog burrows, the ferret counts its food. Sometimes, this turns into a lot of counting, so it adds them quickly using fact trees.

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Add or subtract two numbers by jumping to the nearest multiple of 10, then adding additional tens and leftovers (45 + 28 becomes 45 + 5 + 10 + 10 + 3)
  • Identify pairs of numbers that add up to 200 using multiples of 5 and 10

 

Poison Dart Frogs Love Fact Families (4 weeks)

There are over 170 species of poison dart frog, and that is one big family! Join us and some poison dart frogs as we explore fact families to improve our addition and subtraction skills

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Manipulate two addends to create an equivalent
  • Double numbers to create patterns using a function rule

 

Time and Money with Monarch Butterflies (4 weeks)

Famous for their seasonal migration, millions of monarchs migrate from the United States and Canada south to California and Mexico for the winter. How long does it take? A long time! It can take up to two months for monarch butterflies to make the journey. With such a long road ahead of them, knowing time would be very helpful. Join us as we count nickels, dimes, quarters, and pennies, and read a clock!

 

Through in-class activities and independent practice, students will:

  • Count up to $2.00 in USD
  • Identify time to the quarter of an hour
  • Identify the passage of time in hours

 

  • Day and Time: Tuesdays, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM ET
  • Bundle Duration: 32 Weeks
  • Dates: September 17, 2024 - May 27, 2025
    • No class on the following dates:
      • November 26 (Thanksgiving Break)
      • December 17, 24, 31 (Christmas Break) 
      • April 15 (Spring Break) 
  • Recommended for: Ages 6+ / Grades 2-3
  • Teacher: TTK Faculty
  • Required Materials: DreamBox app

 

*There is an included additional $45 charge for DreamBox, which is a one-time purchase for the entire school year. Here at The Thinking Kid, we utilize the DreamBox Math App to enable our students to practice math skills outside of the classroom. DreamBox engages students through math games to test their proficiency in math concepts discussed in class. DreamBox access is essential to student success in our math program. If you have previously purchased DreamBox, please contact us at miriam@thethinkingkid.org

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