# Mental Math D

\$157.07

NEW Course! “Mental math tricks boost kids’ confidence, improve their memory, math logic, computation speed, problem solving, and so much more” ~Prof. Lidiya

## Enrollment Options

Available

This is the fourth course in a series of Mental Math classes.

This course is for middle school age students who completed Mental Math A, Mental Math B and Mental Math C courses (Pre-test can be given to identify the student’s most appropriate placement).

In Mental Math D students will learn:

• Squares of numbers ending on 5 & numbers between 10 and 20.
• Techniques to square numbers close to 100
• How to quickly find cubes of two digit numbers
• Duplex terminology
• How to easily square two and three digit numbers
• How to cube numbers close to 100.

Note to parents:

• Students need to know their multiplication tables up to x12 & have full understanding of fractions, decimals, percentages and exponents in order to enroll in this class.

What to expect in the Required section in the classroom each week:

• Complete weekly practice assignments  using class required app
• Complete worksheets in order to practice new learned skills during the webinar
• Online practice games may be offered for additional practice during some weeks

What to expect in the Highly Suggested & Optional sections in the classroom each week:

• Videos and video tutorials about different mental math strategies
• Curated resources, including websites & videos, are provided to excite learners and to add depth to the subject matter, or just for fun.

What to expect during the weekly webinar:

• Weekly webinars are 50 minutes long. Recorded sessions are available for students with schedule conflicts.
• Primary instruction and guided discussions are provided during live webinars.
• Active Participation (via the microphone and chat) is expected.

Before taking this course, students should:

• Know multiplication table up to 12
• Have full understanding of fractions, decimals, percentages and exponents
• Have completed Mental Math A, B, and C courses

Students should be willing to:

• Actively participate (via the microphone and chat) in the class discussion.
• Encourage class discussion by adding their questions/ideas in the chat window during the webinar.

Required books & materials: