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You’ve done flash cards, browsed YouTube. No amount of begging or nagging seems to get your child on the right track. You are stuck!
What you need is a different approach! A Little Math Magic.
Parents tell us it’s magical to work with us. Everything is online and easy to use with minimal time needed from them.
Not all math instruction is created equal. Our math videos are different on purpose. We use lots of visuals and simple language to help your child understand complex math ideas. Each video goes at the right pace so your child has time to absorb the information and then practice it for mastery.
Our Math Courses Help Students with These Frustrating Experiences:
Unsuccessful Experience with Tutoring
Struggle with Attention
Word Problem Comprehension
Learning Issues: ADD, Dyslexia, or EF
DIY Math Courses
Modeling with Fractions
Adding/Subtracting Fractions (Like Denominators)
Adding/Subtracting Fractions (Unline Denominators)
Converting Improper Fractions
Placing Fractions on the Number Line
Solving Fraction Problems with Models, Numbers, and Word Stories
This DIY math tutorial course was built to support students in their efforts of learning math using Common Core Math Standards. At Math for Middles, we support Common Core Math as it was built on research that shows us how the brain best learns math.
You can start watching today! Click the button to watch a few of our lessons for FREE.
Sticky Math Facts
Sticky Math Facts isn’t based older methods like flash cards. Get ready to learn math facts in a way that will stick for good. This class is highly unusual and will go through a beta test as it is part real-time learning and video based.
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About Math for Middles
Our site is a joint effort between Adrianne Meldrum (owner), Kara Scanlon (Director of Curriculum), and Sylvia Adjeso (Director of Tutors).
All of us have training in multisensory math techniques and special training that allows us to work confidently with middle school math student's that have diagnosed and undiagnosed learning differences. We have worked with students that struggle with executive functioning, ADD, dyslexia, poor working memory problems, and autism.