Master of Twin Galaxies: Multiplication and Division
Grade 3 Level | Option of 2 & 3 Classes per Week
Courses starting every Monday and Thursday
This course is designed to help students build a strong foundation in multiplication and division. The students work with visual models like equal groups and arrays and solve word problems to develop strong multiplication understanding.
They learn strategies to master multiplication facts from 2 to 10. In the second half, students are introduced to equal sharing and equal grouping structures to develop the conceptual understanding needed to solve problems using division.
The course then provides various opportunities to relate multiplication and division to create the necessary relational depth of problem-solving. The course also includes some problem-solving tasks where students are encouraged to solve division word problems of different structures.
Students are introduced to the concept of multiplication and the multiplication symbol. They work on finding the total number of objects arranged in equal groups.
Students learn visualizing multiplication through arrays, or objects arranged in rows and columns.
Students understand that multiplying may mean making several copies of a number or a group of objects.
In this class, students will be introduced to the commutative property of multiplication. They will understand that they can turn-around multiplication facts and it does not change the final answer.
Students will build on their understanding of multiplication by multiplying one-digit numbers by 0 and 1 to learn zero and identity properties of multiplication.
Having previously practiced facts of 2, 3, 5, 0, and 1, students will now work with facts of 4 and 6. They will derive the facts through strategies like doubling.
Students will work on several real world problems to comprehend the multiplication scenarios embedded in them.
This class introduces the concept of division as equal sharing. The class provides several opportunities to the learners to distribute a set of objects equally among a specified number of groups and then represent the situation using division equations.
In this class, learners make groups with a predefined number of items in each group from a collection of items. They determine the number of equal groups formed and then write a division sentence to represent the scenario.
This class is intended to build a relationship between equal sharing and equal grouping structures of division.
In this class students will learn about the relationship between multiplication and division through story situations, equal group models, and arrays.
In this class, students find numerous opportunities to relate division facts to multiplication facts. They use number lines and mathematical sentences to use this relationship to find the unknown at any place in a division sentence.
This class is intended to develop the understanding that a multiplication fact can be broken down into smaller facts to make the calculation simpler.
Students will work on solving facts of 7 and 9 using the distributive property and other previously learned strategies.
In this class, students will understand that they can multiply three numbers in any order. They will use this understanding to practice facts of 8 expanding on the doubling strategy.
In this class, students solve division word problems of different structures that involve equal sharing and equal grouping scenarios.
Grade 3 Level | 40 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 4 Level | 10 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 2 Level | 4 Classes | 2-3 Classes a Week
Kindergarten Level | 36 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Kindergarten Level | 20 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Kindergarten Level | 7 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 1 Level | 36 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 1 Level | 20 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 1 Level | 10 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 2 Level | 36 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 2 Level | 20 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 2 Level | 5 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 3 Level | 40 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 3 Level | 12 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 3 Level | 16 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 4 Level | 40 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 4 Level | 11 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 4 Level | 10 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 5 Level | 40 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 5 Level | 8 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Grade 5 Level | 6 Classes | 2 - 3 Classes a Week
Tamara Thovtrup
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.
You can go ahead and cancel your course by visiting - My Account > Billing > Subscriptions
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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We have a set of special education courses. You can choose one accordingly. If you have a learner with specific needs, you can also email your requirements to tutor-feedback@splashlearn.com and we will do our best to include it in our plan.