1st Grade Math
$449.00 – $1,199.00
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1st Grade’s significance
Start now, while it’s at its easiest! First grade is a fundamental time to learn the basics, and a really solid mastery of them leads to an easy math career if you can follow it up.We like to think of First grade math at Whizsmart as a starting step to a good understanding of math.
Contents of the 1st grade math class :
- Addition: This where it all begins.The student learns the concept of addition, join two things to increase the amount. In this case, we are adding numbers. The student learns what addition is and does themselves, but only to a certain extent.
- Subtracting: As the inverse of addition, subtraction is like having a thing, but taking a part of that thing to make a smaller thing.The student will understand this concept in time and then a apply it to numbers.
- Comparing: In this one the student learns how know which numbers are greater, smaller, or equal in relation to each other, still unfortunately to a certain limit.
- Time: Here the student learns how to read time.They learn 24 hours a day,60 minutes an hour, and 60 seconds a minute.They also learn how time passes in a clock.
- Sorting:The students learn how to sort things into a Venn Diagram.They put a number of shapes into categories and count, and learn intersections of the Venn diagram.
Vinita SaxenaUCLA Pre MedNorthern California
Kaitlyn AngMolecular Biology Major with Mathematics Minor - Freshman at UCLARoseville, CA
Emma HoltSTEM student at UC BerkeleyLos Angeles and Berkeley
Nishtha ChavdaNeuroscience Major Graduate from UCLASan Francisco, California
Rebecca HoBiology Major at Brown UniversityProvidence, RI
Crystal TsuiB.S Chemical Engineering & B.S Biology from MITBay Area, CA
Elijah JacobsBA in Mathematics with a minor in German Language at UC BerkeleyAtlanta, GA
Cindy LopezBA in Mathematics from Amherst CollegeChicago, IL
Tori WalkerBS Computational Media from Georgia TechCapiatá, Paraguay
Emilia LimBiochemistry Sophomore at the University of ChicagoSan Francisco, CA
Riya DesaiJunior at the University of Texas at Austin pursing a B.S.A. in BiochemistryAustin, Texas
Alena YouBS Civil Engineering in UC IrvineUnited States
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