Math for Gifted Young Children, Part I


This is a hands-on math course that uses games and manipulatives to help teach math. Topics will include number fluency and flexibility, place value systems, the commutative and associate properties of addition and multiplication, and the distributive and reverse distributive properties. Geometric topics will include measurement of perimeter, area, and volume using two- and three-dimensional models. Students will use a circular protractor and a ruler to construct a multitude of polygons, along with accompanying artwork.

Students who delight in number surprises will have the opportunity to investigate special numbers such as primes, twin primes, composites, figurate, perfect, abundant, deficient, amicable, and other special numbers. They will also have fun with fractions through playing a fractional candy game.

Live Classes: Wednesdays, 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time, from the week of September 4th to the week of December 11th

Student Support: The instructor is available via email.

Materials: Students will need to purchase the Hands-On Elementary Math Kit available at


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