How to Teach Elementary Math (for Parents) - Schoolhouse Teachers

How to Teach Elementary Math

Length: Units of varying length
Includes: Video tutorials and worksheets
Age/Grade: Parents and K-5th grade

How to Use This Course

These videos from Dr. Price help demonstrate to parents various methods and strategies for teaching math to their elementary students. Worksheets for the students are also provided. New videos and worksheets are posted regularly. To identify worksheets by a particular grade level, see “Go to all prior How to Teach Elementary Math lessons” below.

Course Introduction

Math is perhaps the most useful, beautiful, logical of all disciplines, and my vision is to change the experience of millions of children who currently find math boring or frustrating.

Comments? Question? Email me at peter@profpete.com.

~ Dr. Peter Price, Professor Pete’s Classroom

Kindergarten

  • Lesson 1: Rainbow Pairs to 10
  • Lesson 2: Numbers 2 Before and After
  • Lesson 3: Rainbow Facts Template
  • Lesson 4: Easy Addition
  • Lesson 5: Easy Subtraction
  • Lesson 6: Addition: Doubles Facts

First Grade

  • Lesson 1: Count on 2 within 10 – Overview
  • Lesson 2: Count on 2 within 10 – Lesson 2
  • Lesson 3: Double +1 Addition Facts
  • Lesson 4: Difference of 1, 2, or 3
  • Lesson 5: Count On 1 Addition
  • Lesson 6: Count On 1, Count Back 1
  • Lesson 7: Ten Frame Introduction
  • Lesson 8: Near 10; Adding 8
  • Lesson 9: Count on 2 Addition Facts
  • Lesson 10: Count On 1, 2, or 3
  • Lesson 11: Ten Frame Flash Cards
  • Lesson 12: Subtracting 0 and 10
  • Lesson 13: Counting On and Back by 1
  • Lesson 14: Addition Fact Families
  • Lesson 15: Subtract 2-Digit Using Algorithm
  • Lesson 16: Checkup Test: Easy Multiplication
  • Lesson 17: Probability
  • Lesson 18: Easy Multiplication

Second Grade

  • Lesson 1: Count Back 3 Subtraction
  • Lesson 2: Multiplying by 10
  • Lesson 3: Addition Number Families
  • Lesson 4: Converting Fractions Easy
  • Lesson 5: Counting Fractions Along a Line
  • Lesson 6: Introducing Fractions
  • Lesson 7: Fractions: Halves, Fourths, Quarters
  • Lesson 8: Add & Subtract, Doubling and Halving
  • Lesson 9: Multiplication and Division Families
  • Lesson 10: Easy Multiplication and Division
  • Lesson 11: Counting Fractions Along a Line
  • Lesson 12: Easy Division
  • Lesson 13: Doubles Addition Facts
  • Lesson 14: Subtraction Halving
  • Lesson 15: Adding 9

Third Grade

  • Lesson 1: Multiplication Division Facts x 3
  • Lesson 2: Near 10 Facts
  • Lesson 3: Addition and Subtraction
  • Lesson 4: Multiplication and Division
  • Lesson 5: Equivalent Fractions
  • Lesson 6: Addition and Subtraction Rainbow
  • Lesson 7: Double Strategy: 4x Facts
  • Lesson 8: Nine Times Tables
  • Lesson 9: Dividing by 5 and 10
  • Lesson 10: Dividing by 4
  • Lesson 11: Roman Numerals to 399
  • Lesson 12: Nine Times Tables and Strategies
  • Lesson 13: Multiplication Strategies
  • Lesson 14: Multiplication Tables
  • Lesson 15: Hundreds, Tens & Ones Place
  • Lesson 16: All Operations: Remaining Facts, 6x

Fourth Grade

  • Lesson 1: Division with Remainders
  • Lesson 2: Revision of Multiplication
  • Lesson 3: Divisibility
  • Lesson 4: Extended Multiplication Division
  • Lesson 5: Rainbow Facts
  • Lesson 6: Division by 5 and 10 w/r
  • Lesson 7: Division with Remainders
  • Lesson 8: Skip Counting in Hundredths
  • Lesson 9: Comparing Fractions
  • Lesson 10: Adding Nice Numbers
  • Lesson 11: Factors and Multiples
  • Lesson 12: Subtracting 100

Fifth Grade

  • Lesson 1: Adding “Nice” Numbers
  • Lesson 2: Dividing by 10, 100, and 1,000
  • Lesson 3: Fractions with Denominators
  • Lesson 4: Fractions with Denominators (Harder)
  • Lesson 5: Simplifying Fractions
  • Lesson 6: Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
  • Lesson 7: Fractions into Decimals
  • Lesson 8: Doubling Large Numbers
  • Lesson 9: Calculating 1%
  • Lesson 10: Multiplying and Dividing
  • Lesson 11: Factors and Multiples
  • Lesson 12: Probability with Spinners
  • Lesson 13: Fractions to Decimals

Why Teach Math and Developing Number Fluency

  • Part 1: Why Teach Math
  • Part 2: Mental Strategies
  • Part 3: Development of Mental Strategies
  • Part 4: The Dream
  • Part 5: Physical and Visual Models
  • Part 6: Develop Math Thinking
  • Part 7: Developing Automatic Responses
  • Part 8: A Four-Phase Model
  • Part 9: More Ten Frames Examples
  • Part 10: Multiplication with Arrays
  • Part 11: Developing Confidence
  • Part 12: A Systematic Approach
  • Part 13: Show ANY Number with a Line
  • Part 14: Math and Old Technology
  • Part 15: Public Spaces to Teach Symmetry
  • Part 16: Multiplication Facts I
  • Part 17: Multiplication Facts II
  • Part 18: Math and Critical Thinking
  • Part 19: What is REALLY Important?
  • Part 20: Teaching Slope
  • Part 21: Five Misconceptions
  • Part 22: Memorizing Times Tables
  • Part 23: Six Simple, Free Activities
  • Part 24: Sundials and Math

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