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The multiplication table is one of the first and fundamental knowledge of school kids.

We combined several proven methods and practices for a child to learn the multiplication Times Table with an entertaining strategy, interactive approach, and fun methods. They will also learn some common patterns in the table that will help the learning process go much easier.

Many kids find it hard to learn how to tell the time. However, it is an important skill for a day to day life of children.
With our exciting approach and imaginative visuals, the young learners will become clock-reading pros in a short time.

Learn useful skills in naming coin and paper money values with our fun approach. This topic is about learning the US currency, its values, unique names, and exceptional peculiarities.

The interesting and useful facts that are included in this article will help you distinguish the common banknotes and coins of the USA.

This is an introductory lesson about comparing numbers for children 5- and 6-years-old or 1st and 2nd school grade. Kids will learn how to compare simple numbers using a couple of methods and mathematical signs to show greater than, less than and equal to.

This is an introductory lesson about word problems for children 6- and 7-years-old or 1st and 2nd school grade. Kids will learn how they can ‘translate’ word problems into regular math sentences and are thus easier to solve.

This is an introductory lesson about similar triangles for children usually in 4th or 3th grade, normally as early as 8-9 years old, or when they have already studied triangles, division and fraction equivalence. Kids will be introduced to the concept of similarity and congruence of figures in general. With several examples from real life, they will learn the difference between these two concepts. Then, we will explain how to apply three different methods, using proportions, to determine when two triangles are similar.

This is a lesson for 12-14 year olds, or middle-school students, about how to identify appositives and appositive phrases. Additionally, it will explain how to correctly punctuate appositives and appositive phrases when needed by establishing the difference between nonessential and essential information. It is important to understand appositives in order to enrich one’s writing.

This is a lesson for 12-14-year-olds or middle-school students about identifying direct objects and indirect objects within a sentence. It is essential to understand direct and indirect objects to enrich one’s writing and understand the correct way to formulate a complete yet more complex sentence.

This is an introductory lesson about spatial sense for children, usually in 1st grade. We will introduce kids to the spatial positions "top", "bottom", "middle/between", "front", "behind", "left", "right", "next to/besides", "above", "below", "inside" and "outside" through different situations from real life. We will give some tips to help kids recognize their positions in relation to other objects or people around them. Using several examples from daily situations, we will explain how to use these positions and tell the difference between them.

This is an introductory lesson on solving two-step equations aimed at 11-12-year-old students. Students will learn how to reverse calculations to find unknown qualities using 2 steps.

This is an introductory lesson about finding an area for children 6 - 8 years old or 1st and 2nd school grade. Kids will learn to find out the area of a square and a rectangle by counting square units that cover the surface of a shape or by multiplying the length with the width of a closed figure. Equal-sized squares inside any given form measure the area.

This is an introductory lesson about two basic operations between sets for children usually around 7 and 8 years old, but in some cases as early as 5-6 years old, for example, when they admit G&T (gifted and talented) admissions by the Department of Education in NYC, or by the Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University. This lesson plan will help you introduce kids to the concepts of union and intersection between sets through simple examples from real life. After several examples, they will be able to differentiate and use these two operations correctly. Students will also learn the mathematical signs to write union and intersection. At the end of the lesson, children will guide them to understand how to operate sets of natural numbers.

This is an introductory lesson on solving two-step equations aimed at 11-12-year-old students. Students will learn how to reverse calculations to find unknown qualities using 2 steps.

This is an introductory lesson about fractions for children aged five and six years old in the first and second grades. Students will learn part of a whole and simple fractions like one half, one fourth, and one third.

This is an introductory lesson about place value for children aged five and six years old in the first and second grades. Students will learn the digits and the tens and ones place of single and multi-digit numbers.

A foundational topic in geometry, trigonometry is about triangles and how we can use triangles to analyze more complex shapes and concepts. Along with formulas and facts, one of the quintessential elements to trigonometry since Greek antiquity is thinking systematically and analytically.

This four-part introduction is intended for 7th and 8th graders or any student reviewing trigonometry. This introduction will introduce the notion of congruence.

By now, students should be familiar with the notion of congruence and one of the ways to identify congruence (i.e., the SSS postulate). By understanding angles, students will understand a weaker version of congruence called similarity and have more tools and techniques to identify congruence. This will be a three part series.

This is a lesson about the perfect tenses for children in 5th grade. Here you can learn how to use the Perfect Tenses in English. Some tips will help you enrich your writing and speaking skills. It will undoubtedly help you recognize and use the Perfect Tenses in the right way.

This is a lesson about regular and irregular plurals for children in the 1st and 2nd grades. Here you can find out how to form plural nouns. Some tips will help you to learn them enjoyably. This article will certainly improve your kids` language skills and enrich their vocabulary.

This lesson plan provides activities you can use in the classroom to teach 4th and 5th grade students how to identify and understand primary and secondary sources!

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