Group Size
1 hour

Course Description

Bookvarel's Mathematics Program is broken out into three levels:

  • Preparatory (Grades PK - K)
  • Beginner (Grades 1 - 3)
  • Intermediate (Grades 4 - 7)

Upon completion of the Preparatory Level children are expected to be able to:

  • Count objects
  • Write numbers on paper
  • Recognize various geometric shapes
  • Understand signs for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

Beginner Level students, grades 1 - 3, upon completion must be able to:

  • Read, write and compare numbers up to 1 million.
  • Add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers of various complexity within 100
  • Present complex numbers in a form of added simple numbers
  • Freely use previously learned mathematical terminology
  • Perform calculations with zero
  • Solve text problems using arithmetic formulas
  • Draw geometric shapes and be able to measure them
  • Apply learned skills in the surrounding environment

Intermediate Level students build on the previously studied material and:

  • Develop understanding of the role math plays in human life and its various applications
  • Form practical skills in performing oral, written and graphical calculations
  • Learn algebraic language and apply it in various algebraic calculations
  • Study functions and their application in solving mathematical and non-mathematical problems
  • Learn mathematical functions and their algebraic and graphical representations
  • Use functions to analyze real dependencies
  • Learn various statistical laws, their analysis and probabilistic conclusions as well as their application in our daily lives
  • Develop analytical thinking and ability to communicate it orally and in writing

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