Beginners Math- Ages 5-7-BTG Homeschoolers

June 25, 2024

Welcome to Beginners Math with BTG Homeschoolers. Click here to join the class.  

Here are some of the items that will be covered.

  1. Counting: Learning to count numbers from 1 to 100 and beyond, understanding the concept of one-to-one correspondence.
  2. Number recognition: Recognizing and identifying numbers, both numerals and written words.
  3. Basic operations: Introduction to addition and subtraction using visual aids like counting objects, fingers, or number lines.
  4. Shapes and spatial awareness: Identifying and describing simple shapes (like squares, circles, triangles, and rectangles) and understanding basic spatial relationships (such as above, below, beside, etc.).
  5. Measurement: Introduction to measurement concepts through comparing sizes, lengths, and weights of objects.
  6. Patterns: Recognizing and creating simple patterns, such as ABAB or AABB.
  7. Problem-solving: Encouraging critical thinking through simple math-related puzzles and problems.
  8. Introduction to time: Basic understanding of concepts like morning, afternoon, evening, and simple time-telling using analog clocks.
  9. Money: Introduction to the concept of money, understanding different coins and their values.
  10. Math games and activities: Incorporating games, songs, and interactive activities to make learning math fun and engaging.
Classroom Room Rules:
1. Respect Others: Treat classmates, teachers, and staff with kindness and consideration.
2. Listen Attentively: Pay attention when others are speaking, whether it's the teacher or a fellow student.
3. Raise Your Hand: Wait to be called on before speaking or asking questions.
4. Be Prepared: Bring required materials to class and complete assignments on time.
5. Follow Instructions: Adhere to classroom guidelines set by the teacher.
6. No Disruptions: Avoid unnecessary noise or disruptions during lessons.
7. No Spamming in the Chat
8. Use Clear Communication: Speak clearly and mute yourself when not talking to minimize background noise.
9. Respectful Language: Use polite language and avoid disruptive or offensive comments.
10. Participate Actively: Engage in discussions and activities as required by the teacher.
11. Stay Focused: Minimize distractions and focus on the lesson or discussion.
12. Follow Chat Guidelines: Use chat respectfully for relevant questions or contributions.
13. Respect Privacy: Do not share or record virtual sessions without permission.
14. Technical Etiquette: Learn basic troubleshooting to address minor technical issues independently.
15. Be Patient: Understand that virtual learning may have its challenges and be patient with yourself and others.

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