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All Staten Island SchoolPlus branches closed their onsite classes. We are moving from onsite to online live virtual classes. All Staten Island SchoolPlus branches closed their onsite classes. We are moving from onsite to online live virtual classes.North Brunswick and Teaneck classes moved to virtual live classes. Two SchoolPlus branches- North Brunswick and Teaneck- moved from onsite to online live virtual classes.

SchoolPlus Math classes in North Brunswick, NJ

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class | grade | time | teacher | description |
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Math 1 | 1 | 11:30-12:30 Su | David Ovetsky | In 1st grade class, children with reinforce their knowledge of arithmetic operations (addition and subtraction) over small numbers (within 20), and later move on to larger numbers up to 100, learning place value concept. They will learn number bonds and do a lot of mental math exercises, compare and order numbers, recognize and describe shapes, group similar objects. We supplement each topic with word problems - one-step and later two-step. We also continue to work with patterns and supplement the curriculum with logic questions and word problems. |

Math 2 A/B | 2-3 | Su 11:40-12:40 | Mikhail Chernobilsky | Math-2 A/B Math 2 will cover all material covered by the 2nd grade class in a regular school. The focus will be on understanding the concepts and ability to apply them to solve a variety of problems. Students will receive numerous examples of application of learned concepts and have a chance to practice their knowledge while completing homework assignments. Students will also learn to perform many tasks mentally and employ numerous strategies to make those calculations easier. Major concepts to be covered are Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, using numbers up to 1,000. Students will get familiarity with units of Length and Weight in both, Metric and English systems. They will also be introduced to concepts of Money, Time, Capacity and Fractions. Class prerequisite: Please complete the following steps: Print the following assessment test: Singapore Math 2A Remove the last page of the assessment (it contains answers key) Have your child complete the assessment (no time restriction and no assistance) Send us the results of the assessment |

Math 3 | Su 12:50-2:05 | Mikhail Chernobilsky | Math-3 A/B Math 3 will cover all material covered by the 3rd grade class in a regular school. The focus will be on understanding the concepts and ability to apply them to solve a variety of problems. Students will receive numerous examples of application of learned concepts and have a chance to practice their knowledge while completing homework assignments. Students will also learn to perform many tasks mentally and employ numerous strategies to make those calculations easier. Students will review their knowledge of the Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division concepts, using numbers up to 10,000. Students will gain more comfort using units of Length, Weight and Capacity in both, Metric and English systems. They will solve various problems, which involve concepts of Money, Time, Graphs and Fractions. The unit closes with introduction to Geometry – Area and Perimeter. Class prerequisite: Please complete the following steps: Print the following assessment test: Singapore Math 3A Remove the last page of the assessment (it contains answers key) https://www.singaporemath.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/pl_PM3A.pdf Have your child complete the assessment (no time restriction and no assistance) Send us the results of the assessment | |

Math 4a | 4/5 | 10:20-11:35 Su | Mary Marvin | Who may join Math 4 class at this time? The class will be helpful for a student currently in a 4th-grade math class in his regular school and whose parents want extra support in his or her math studies at this difficult time. Math 4 covers all material of a 4th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the NJSLA test at the end of 4th Grade. At this point in the school year, kids should know about factors and multiples, place value to the hundred thousand and be pro&cient with long multiplication and division with 2 and 3-digit numbers, and with the basic operations of fractions, including addition and subtraction with different denominator; they should know the basics of decimals, including addition and subtraction, and how they relate to fractions, and know how to solve simple area and perimeter problems. Children should also have seen numerous word problems on these topics over the school year. All of the above will be reviewed throughout the rest of the semester, along with any new topics in the 4th grade math curriculum. At SchoolPlus, we believe that children are happiest and perform better on tests when they have a real understanding of the topic at hand, and not just superficial knowledge that comes from rote practice. We’ll use this period we now have, to make sure kids do understand these topics so that they can complete the math part of their school year successfully. |

Math 5 | 5 | 11:40 -12:55 Su | Mary Marvin | Who may join Math 5 class at this time? The class will be helpful for a student currently in a 5th grade math class in his/her regular school, and whose parents want extra support in his or her math studies at this difficult time. Math 5 covers all material of a 5th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the NJSLA test at the end of 5th Grade. At this point in the school year, students should have an understanding of fractions and decimals to the stage of multiplication of both; they should have knowledge of the basics of percentage, ratio, more complex area and perimeter of rectangles, area of a triangle; simple volume problems, and reading line and bar graphs. All of the above will be reviewed throughout the rest of the semester, along with any new topics in the 5th grade math curriculum. At SchoolPlus we believe children perform better on tests when they have real understanding of the topic, not just superficial knowledge that comes from rote practice. We’ll use this period of time we now have, to make sure kids really do understand these topics, so that they can complete the math part of their school year successfully. |

Math 6 b | 6 | 8:45-10:15 Su | Mary Marvin | Who may join Math 6 class at this time? The class will be helpful for a student currently in a 6th grade math class in his/her regular school, and whose parents want extra support in his or her math studies at this difficult time. Math 6 covers all material of a 6th grade class in a child’s regular school, including things he must know for the NJSLA test at the end of 6th Grade. At this point in the school year, students should be able to work with the topics of ratio, percentage, distance-rate-time problems at a deeper level, and should have knowledge of fractions and decimals up to division – working with several different denominators and 2 or 3 step problems involving these topics. They should also be familiar with volumes of rectangular solids, more intricate area/perimeter problems, and angles of a triangle and in quadrilaterals. Simple use of variables and equations and beginning work on integers (+/-) is helpful. Children should also have seen numerous word problems on these topics over the school year. All of the above will be reviewed throughout the rest of the semester, along with any new topics in the 6th grade math curriculum. At SchoolPlus, we believe that children are happiest and perform better on tests when they have a real understanding of the topic at hand, and not just superficial knowledge that comes from rote practice. We’ll use this period we now have, to make sure kids do understand these topics, so that they can complete the math part of their school year successfully. |

Math 9 | 9 | 1:00-2:15 Su | Mary Marvin | Who may join Math 9 class at this time? The class will be helpful for a student who is currently taking Algebra 1 in school, and whose parents want extra support in his or her math studies at this difficult time. Algebra 1 follows the standard course sequence, and to date, the topics of equation of a line, systems of linear equations, absolute value and linear inequalities, solving fractional equations, and several others have been covered; the class is now doing quadratic equations/parabolas. All of these will be reviewed throughout the rest of the school year, with the required new material also covered. |

Math Early K-A | Pre-K | 9:45-10:30 Su | David Ovetsky | In our Kindergarten class, children will be working with numbers from 0 to 10 and later to 20 - counting, \"what comes before and after\", learning basic operation such as addition (\'putting together\") and subtraction (\"taking away\"), and comparison of small numbers/groups of objects. They will learn shapes and spacial relationships of objects, compare and contrast objects and pictures, work on patterns, and solve logic problems. We will introduce young students to simple one-step word problems. Many activities are done in game form, and as competitive or cooperative tasks |

Math Early K-B | k | 10:35-11:20 Su | David Ovetsky | In our Kindergarten class, children will be working with numbers from 0 to 10 and later to 20 - counting, \"what comes before and after\", learning basic operation such as addition (\'putting together\") and subtraction (\"taking away\"), and comparison of small numbers/groups of objects. They will learn shapes and spacial relationships of objects, compare and contrast objects and pictures, work on patterns, and solve logic problems. We will introduce young students to simple one-step word problems. Many activities are done in game form, and as competitive or cooperative tasks |