The school offers math classes for students of different math level.
First of all, the math classes' focus is to help our students with immediate problems, such as homework help and test prep, while filling in any foundational gaps in their mathematical knowledge. The goal is to enhance their performance in the crucial exams they'll be taking that can have a great effect on their future—high school exit exams, college placement exams, and college entrance exams such as the SAT and the ACT. Besides the purpose of the math classes is to enhance the study of mathematics. The goal of math course is to help you develop a valuable mental ability – a powerful way of thinking. This course emphasizes analytical skills and problem solving techniques.
Math Course Curriculum for First Grade Students
Our program includes challenging, gradeappropriate activities to improve students’ mathematical skills. The skills are presented in fun and interesting formats to make math enjoyable
Math in FOCUS 
LOGIC and THINKING SKILLS 

SEPTEMBER 
Chapter 1.Counting to 10. Comparing Numbers. Making Number Patterns. Chapter2. Ordinals Ways to Make Numbers Making Number Bonds. 
Challenging Practice Mental Math and Estimation Problems of the month. Challenging logic puzzles 
OCTOBER 
Chapter 3. Addition Facts to 10 Ways to Add. Making Addition Stories Chapter 4. Subtraction Facts to 10 Ways to Subtract. Making Subtraction Stories. 
Challenging Practice Sudoku Problems of the month. 
NOVEMBER 
Chapter 5. Shapes and Patterns. Exploring Plane Shapes. Exploring Solid Shapes. Making Pictures and Models with Shapes. Making Patterns with Plane Shapes Making Patterns with Solid Shapes. Chapter 6. Ordinal Numbers and Position Ordinal Numbers Position Words 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. Challenging logic puzzles Tangram puzzles 
DECEMBER 
Chapter 7. Numbers to 20. Counting to 20. Place Value. Comparing Numbers. Making Patterns and Ordering Numbers. Chapter 8. Addition and Subtraction Facts to 20 Ways to Add Ways to Subtract RealWorld Problems: Addition and Subtraction Facts 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. Puzzles with matches. 
JANUARY 
Chapter 9. Length Comparing Two Things Comparing More Than Two Things. Using a Start Line. Measuring Things. Finding Length in Units. Chapter 10. Weight. Comparing Things. Finding the Weight of Things. Finding Weight in Units 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. Challenging logic puzzles 
FEBRUARY 
Chapter 11. Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs. Simple Picture Graphs. Tally Charts and Bar Graphs. Chapter 12. Numbers to 100 Counting to 100 Place Value Comparing, Ordering, and Patterns Compare and order using the terms same, more, fewer, greater than, less than, equal to, greatest, and least. 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. Brain teasers .logical puzzles Add like a Roman. Roman Match Game Match Roman numerals in a timed challenge. Roman Sequence Game. Order Roman numerals in a timed challenge. 
MARCH 
Chapter 13,17.Addition and Subtraction to 100 Addition Without Regrouping. Addition with Regrouping. Subtraction Without Regrouping. Subtraction with Regrouping. Adding Three Numbers. RealWorld Problems: Addition and Subtraction Chapter 14. Mental Math Strategies Count by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s forward and backward to 100 Mental Addition. Mental Subtraction. 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. Mathematical games and tricks. 
APRIL 
Chapter 15.Calendar and Time Using a Calendar Telling Time to the Hour. Telling Time to the Half Hour Chapter 16. Numbers to 100 Counting to 100. Place Value Comparing, Ordering, and Patterns 
Problems of the month. Cryptogram. Decode the message. Secret Messages. Create secret messages The Russian puzzles 
MAY 
Chapter 19. Money Penny, Nickel, and Dime Quarter Counting Money Adding and Subtracting Money 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. 
JUNE 
Chapter 18. Getting Ready for Multiplication and Division Adding the Same Number. Sharing Equally. Finding the Number of Groups. 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. 
Math Course Curriculum for Second Grade Students
The first semester (2A) covers numbers, addition & subtraction to 1,000, bar models with addition & subtraction, multiplication and division, metric measurement, mass, and volume.
The second semester (2B) covers mental math, money; fractions, measurement, time, multiplication tables 3 & 4, picture graphs, lines, shapes, and more. Reallife problems are integrated throughout all chapters.
Math in FOCUS 
LOGIC and THINKING SKILLS 

SEPTEMBER 
Chapter 1. Numbers to 1,000 and Addition to 1,000. Students will be expected to read, write and work with numbers to 1,000. They will be ordering and comparing numbers and identifying number patterns. Practice counting (forwards and backwards by 1, 10, 100s) Chapter 2. Addition up to 1,000 Addition and Subtraction Facts Within 20 Addition Without Regrouping Addition with Regrouping in Ones and Tens 
Mental Math and Estimation What is the difference between mathematics and arithmetic? Problems of the month. Challenging logic puzzles 
OCTOBER 
Chapter 3. Subtraction up to 1,000 Practice 1 Subtraction Without Regrouping 51 Subtraction Without Regrouping Subtraction with Regrouping in Hundreds, Tens, and Ones. Subtraction Across Zeros Chapter 4. Using Bar Models: Addition and Subtraction. Using PartPartWhole in Addition and Subtraction Adding On and Taking Away Sets Comparing Two Sets RealWorld Problems: TwoStep Problems 
sudoku Problems of the month. Challenging Practice MATH KANGAROO in USA Questions and Solutions 
NOVEMBER 
Chapter5. Multiplication and Division. These include using equal groups and repeated addition to multiply as well as identifying word problems that can be solved by multiplication. Chapter6 Multiplication Tables of 2, 5 and 10: Multiplying 2: SkipCounting Multiplying 2: Using Dot Paper Multiplying 5: SkipCounting Multiplying 5: Using Dot Paper Multiplying 10: SkipCounting and Using Dot Paper Odd and Even Numbers 
Problems of the month. Challenging logic puzzles Kenken 
DECEMBER 
Chapter7. Metric Measurement of Length: In addition to working with metric measurement, Chapter 8 and 9. Mass and Volume 
Problems of the month. What is a paradox? It is a valid statement  which means it that it is 'legitimate' in some way, but appears to be wrong or selfcontradictory at the same time. For example, try by playing the game of inventing a statement which is of the type such as: "The barber shaves all men in the village who do not shave themselves" and then posing a question  "who shaves the barber?" If you think about it, you will see that: barber is shaving all men in the village who do not shave themselves, then he should not be shaving himself, but if he is not shaving himself, he should be because he shaves all the men in his village who do not shave themselves. Another one: "I am lying" is only true if it is false, and vice versa. 
JANUARY 
Chapter 10. Mental Math and Estimation is about thinking flexibly and fluently. Charter 11. Money Coins and Bills Comparing Amounts of Money RealWorld Problems: Money 
Problems of the month. Challenging logic puzzles MATH KANGAROO in USA Questions and Solutions 
FEBRUARY 
Charter 12. Fractions Understanding Fractions Comparing Fractions Adding and Subtracting Like Fractions Chapter 13. Customary Measurement Length. The big ideas within this chapter are about measuring in feet and inches, comparing lengths and solving problems regarding length. 
Problems of the month. Brain teasers .Logical puzzles Challenging Practice 
MARCH 
Chapter 14.Time: Big ideas are about telling time to the nearest 5and 1 minute, reading and writing time and knowing the difference between AM and PM. Elapsed time. 
Challenging Practice Problems of the month. Mathematical games and tricks. 
APRIL 
Chapter 15. Multiplication Tables of 3 and 4: Using Bar Models for Multiplication and Division: Chapter 16. Using Bar Models: Multiplication and Division 
Problems of the month. Cryptogram. Decode the message. Secret Messages. Create secret messages The Russian puzzles 
MAY 
Chapter 17. Picture Graphs: It is all about reading and making picture graphs with scales, along with solving problems with picture graphs. Chapter 18. Lines and Surfaces: focuses on recognizing, identifying and drawing parts of lines and curves. Students also are working on identifying and counting flat and curved surfaces. Chapter 19. Shapes and Patterns: Recognizing, identifying and drawing plane shapes and recognizing and identifying solid shapes are important big ideas in Students will also be identifying and creating patterns. 
Problems of the month. Tangram puzzles Puzzles with matches. MATH KANGAROO in USA Questions and Solutions 
JUNE 
Chapter 19. Shapes and Patterns: Recognizing, identifying and drawing plane shapes and recognizing and identifying solid shapes are important big ideas in Students will also be identifying and creating patterns. 
Problems of the month. Challenging Practice Add like a Roman. Roman Match Game Match Roman numerals in a timed challenge. Roman Sequence Game. Order Roman numerals in a timed challenge. 
Math Course Curriculum for third grade students
Students will focus on improving their skills, both written and mental, with addition, multiplication and division. The curriculum will also include real world measurement problems, understanding angles, Lines and graphs and area & perimeter. Also, students will expand their knowledge of fractions, time, temperature, weight, length and capacity.
Course Content:
1st Part:
2nd Part:
Skills:
Assessments:
The description for 4th and 5th grades Math class
Grade 4 students will focus on improving their understanding of advanced division and multiplication including both fractions and decimals. Curriculum will also include analysis and classification of geometric figures. Additionally, students will gain an understanding of probability, data, tables and line graph.
Grade 5 students will focus on improving their skills with fractional multiplication, division and decimal operations. Students will also improve their understanding of data, probability and graphs. Additionally, students will gain an understanding of volumes and angles.
Math Grade 4 and 5 syllabus
Unit 1. Whole numbers. Operations in base 10. (Both 4 and 5 grades)
 Students would be able to recognize positional system of numeration, understand and recognize the value of units on each place (digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right.
 Students would be able to use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multidigital operations: addition and subtraction of multidigital numbers, multiplication of multidigital number by a onedigit whole number, multiplication of twodigit numbers.
 Students would be able to use place value understanding and relationship between multiplication and division to find quotients and remainders.
 Factors and multiples. Divisibility. Prime numbers.
Unit 2. Fractions and decimals
 tudents would be able to understand the meaning of a fraction with the numerator of 1, build fractions from unit fractions using understandings of operations on whole numbers.
 Students would be able to understand fractions equivalence and ordering simplify fractions, compare fractions.
 Students would be able to add/subtract fractions with the same denominator.
 Students would be able to use the concept of the common denominator to add/subtract fractions with different denominators
 Students would be able to multiply and divide fractions.
 Students would be able to understand decimal notation of fractions and use it to perform operations on decimals
Unit 3. Measurements and data.
 Students would be able to convert units of measurements and solve problems involving measurements.
 Students would be able to use tables' or/and bar graphs to represent and interpret data.
 Students would be able to understand percents and convert from fractions to percents and vice versa.
 Students would be able to use understanding of percent and angles measurements to build a piegraph presentation of data.
Unit 4. Geometry
 a) Students would be able to draw and identify lines and angles and classify geometric figures based on properties of their lines and angles
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