If your child is having difficulty in math, Brighterly can be the answer. A qualified and experienced math tutor can make a world of difference for your student’s academic success. Math tutors can help students with different levels of math from 1 to 8 grade.
In Grade 1, kids will progress towards arithmetic fluency. They’ll learn how to count from 1 to 10. They’ll also learn how to add and subtract these numbers. On the side, they’ll use this skill to learn and keep track of the ten most famous dinosaur species, which makes the experience even more exciting.
In addition to counting numbers 1-10, kids will progress into a more advanced system. They’ll learn how to count, add, and subtract the teen numbers by counting plants of the Ice Age. They’ll also work with numbers within 100.
Come away from the real world and step into an adventure where kids wander around Machu Picchu while learning math. In Grade 1, kids will learn how to manipulate and compare length units while exploring Machu Picchu and saying “hi” to the Incas.
Our Grade 1 math lessons cover an introduction to basic shapes. Here, kids will learn how to identify several shapes and equally learn how to make said shapes. As kids embark on this fun journey, they’ll see how the very first airplanes were built and get to organize an air race in a fun game.
Simple addition and subtraction with prehistoric animals
In Grade 2, kids will learn how to add one-digit and two-digit numbers within 100. To make the learning experience fun and engaging, they’ll work with colorful illustrations of prehistoric animals like dinosaurs and dragons, exploring the connection between them.
Beyond horizontal math operations, kids will learn how to add and subtract vertically while comparing different strategies for performing these operations. Using the knowledge they’ve acquired, children can also take a waltz through history to learn about the primitive tools of the Dryopithecus.
In Grade 2, kids will learn how to solve different math problems involving data, money, and the length of objects. They'll also be acquainted with the advent of cinema and radio, creating new masterpieces of their own.
In Grade 2, kids will also study polygons and other geometric shapes and learn how to draw them. They’ll learn how to build cubes while studying the history of robotics and the ways robots help society.
Dealing with multiples and factors in paleontology
In Grade 3, kids will build and improve their knowledge of multiplication and division. They’ll also use the array model – a significant math concept – to learn about the history of paleontology, unearth the old dinosaurs, and even categorize/classify them accordingly.
Kids will get comprehensive lessons on the number system. While learning about the metric system, they’ll learn about the ice era and the way global warming impacted it, thus building their knowledge of history and the environment.
Mathematical explorations of the Neanderthal aesthetic
Kids will learn how to find the value of the unknown using simple operations and solve word problems. At the same time, they’ll help their Neanderthal friends analyze patterns and learn all about their art and religious beliefs.
Solve problems involving multiplication and area concepts
Beyond basic math operations like addition and subtraction, kids will also learn how to multiply the areas of two-dimensional figures, and using this knowledge, to explore how the Ancient Mayans built their renowned pyramids.
Our 3rd grade math lessons include teaching kids how to find the area and perimeter of different surfaces. They'll be able to solve real-world problems involving these concepts and get to explore how humans will colonize Mars.
In grade 4, kids will learn the positions of digits in numbers, how to round numbers and explore addition and subtraction operations. While learning these math concepts, children will get to know more about the evolution of dinosaurs.
In Grade 4, kids will work with the place value system and also get to explore measurements. They’ll focus on mass, length, and capacity, in particular within the metric system. They’ll also research the Ice Age further, learning more about this era and the animals.
Using the place value system which they’ve already learned, kids will solve multiplication and division problems with ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands. As children learn, they’ll also get to virtually explore the cave of a Homosapiens, learning more about the evolution.
With Brighterly’s math courses, 4th graders will learn how to define and measure different angles in planar figures. Using this knowledge and skills, they’ll be able to understand how sewer systems and aqueducts in Ancient Rome worked.
Kids will learn how to perform different operations such as equalling and ordering fractions. As they engage with this concept, they'll also embark on a fun journey through American history and the revolutionary war.
Applying Multiplication and Measurements Conversion to Organize a Space Tour
Kids in this grade will learn how to convert various units of length, weight, time, and capacity into smaller units. While mastering these skills, they’ll also learn about space tourism and the world’s first ever space tourist.
In Grade 5, kids will explore the relationships between adjacent units on the place value chart and apply this knowledge to different decimal operations. As they learn these concepts, they’ll also get to explore the Ice Age further.
Kids in this grade will learn about the base ten system and its patterns. Having learned this concept, they’ll apply the knowledge to multiplication and division. Kids will use the full set of different fractional units to explore the Stone Age.
Calculations with fractions: Sumerian addition and subtraction
In Grade 5, kids will learn more about fractions and their various classifications. They’ll also learn how to add and subtract these fractions to arrive at an accurate answer while exploring the Sumerian civilization.
5th graders will learn how to multiply and divide fractions, including decimals. As they engage with this concept, they'll also explore the Industrial Revolution, discovering how various inventions were made.
5th graders will move beyond basic math operations to add and multiply the volume and area of different shapes. They'll also explore the role and impact of modern green energy, which boosts youngsters’ environmental awareness.
In Grade 6, kids will begin to learn about ratios and how they work in both math operations and everyday life. They’ll use ratio principles to solve a wide range of problems. In addition to learning these concepts, they’ll get to explore the prehistoric period, understanding how mankind has evolved over the centuries.
In Grade 6, kids will also begin to understand and operate both positive and negative numbers on the number line. This knowledge will not only boost their math skills but will equally help them understand how people used and operated rational numbers.
Our math lessons for 6th graders will teach them how to solve a wide range of algebraic equations and problems. As they learn this concept, they’ll go on a virtual trip down history, exploring how Columbus discovered America.
Surface area and volume in line with the Industrial Revolution
In 6th grade, kids will learn how to calculate the area, volume, and surface area of different figures. Using this knowledge, they'll also learn how the steam engine, railways, and canals were discovered.
In Grade 7, your child’s math knowledge will become more advanced. They’ll learn how to work with ratios and translate them to fractions. They will be able to define different proportions and explore tectonic plate movements and their consequences.
7th graders will learn more about rational numbers and how they work. They’ll understand integers and be able to identify integers, operating with them in various expressions. As kids explore these concepts, they’ll equally learn about the homo sapiens evolution.
In Grade 7, kids will learn how to solve problems involving percentages, thus boosting their knowledge of ratios and proportion. As they learn this concept, they'll also explore the scientific revolution and its effects on mankind.
In Grade 7, kids will also study statistics and get introduced to the concept of probabilities. They’ll learn from the greatest scientists and consequently, build their inferential reasoning skills, which may turn them to math geniuses.
In Grade 8, kids will learn all about operations exponents and convert standard numbers to their corresponding scientific notation. Learning these concepts, they’ll also get to explore planet ecosystems, boosting their environmental and spatial awareness.
In 8th grade, kids will learn about dilation and similarity. They'll also be able to apply this knowledge to prove the Pythagorean theorem. They'll also explore the rich history of Asia and its colorful culture.
Our Grade 8 math lessons also involve bivariate data. Here, kids will learn how to operate this type of data and deepen their knowledge of functions. They'll also get to explore fun facts about alternative energy.
Getting started with Brighterly is pretty seamless and time-efficient. Here’s how it works:
Book a Demo
Here’s a fun fact: at Brighterly, we offer a free demo session to all our prospective students. If you want to get a taste of the full Brighterly experience before making a financial commitment, you can book a free demo lesson. Simply choose a date and time that works for you and we’ll be in contact.
Provide Necessary Details
Once you’ve booked a demo session, our parent advisors will contact you via Whatsapp or a phone call to ask a few questions. We’ll request further details about your child and their learning needs or goals. Thus, we will be able to provide the perfect learning experience that is tailored to your child’s specific needs.
Your Kid Enjoy First Lesson
So, you’ve provided the necessary details. What’s next? Once we’ve got all the information we need, your child can enjoy their demo lesson free of charge! You can also sit in on the lesson to ensure that it’s aligned with your child’s academic needs.
Keep on learning with us
If you love the demo lesson – like all our clients do – you can keep learning with us at an affordable rate. We have several lesson plans to choose from. Simply select the one that’s best aligned with your budget and learning needs. Regardless of the plan you select, your days of searching “math tutor near me” are over.
My son has always struggled with math until I stumbled on an ad for Brighterly on the Facebook. After ordering a class, his knowledge of math increased significantly. I would definitely keep booking classes to help him.
Ciri's mom, Grade 3
I am always sitting through my children's classes. It is my way of trying to understand their lessons for me to be a better guardian. However, before Brighterly, it has been hard to schedule a class that works with my time.
Finn's dad, Grade 2
I'll admit, I was initially skeptical about using games and videos to learn math. In my experience, I expected math to be complex for kids to learn. But after watching my son learn math quickly because of these teaching methods, I am convinced that Brighterly knows exactly what they are doing.
Danny's mom, Grade 4
I have always looked for a way to teach Danny math after classes in school, but I get confused because of the new common core standards. Brighterly has been very helpful in his lesson, making him a better math student in school. I will keep ordering more classes for him as long as he does math.
Nina's guardian, Grade 2
Watching Nina repeat games and math activities she learned from her Brighterly lessons has been thrilling. It seems like her math knowledge has widened since we signed up with them. I love how she enjoys her classes and replicates everything she has learned.
Dave's dad, Grade 4
As a single working dad, I sometimes get back, and I am too tired to help Dave out with homework, which makes me feel bad. However, since we signed onto Brighterly, that is not something I place my mind on anymore because Brighterly helps with his homework.
Diane's dad, Grade 3
Diane's math teacher complained that Diane found math boring and frequently slept off during classes. That report worried me, so I decided to sign her up on Brighterly.
Soon, I realized the teaching method in her school was the problem because she enjoys learning with Brighterly. She doesn’t seem bored or tired and is more involved than ever.
Benefits of Hiring a Math Tutor for Your Child in Brooklyn
One of the greatest advantages of math tutors is that they are able to provide individualized instruction tailored to meet each student’s needs. With one-on-one attention, tutors can assess where a student is struggling and create an individualized plan for success. This level of personalized attention may not be available in a standard classroom setting where teachers have limited time and resources.
Another benefit of working with a math tutor is that it can help boost your child’s confidence in their math skills. Through consistent practice, review, and guidance from an experienced tutor, your child will become more comfortable solving problems on their own. A confident student will be more likely to take risks in their learning process which can lead to greater academic success overall.
Math tutoring sessions do not have to take place during traditional school hours or within the confines of a classroom setting. Tutors offer flexible scheduling options so that parents can arrange sessions at times that work best for them and their children's busy lives. This makes getting extra help more convenient than ever before!
Where to Find Math Tutoring for Kids in Brooklyn
As a parent, you want the best for your child. You want them to thrive and be successful in whatever they do. If your child is struggling with math, finding a quality math tutor can make all the difference. But where do you start? Searching for a qualified tutor can be overwhelming. To help get you started, here are some tips on how to find math tutors in Brooklyn specifically for kids.
The internet is an invaluable resource when it comes to finding tutors. Start by doing research online about different tutoring centers and independent tutors in your area. Check out their websites, read customer reviews, and gather as much information as possible before deciding which one might be the best fit for your child’s needs. There are also websites such as TutorMatchingService that match parents with local tutors based on their preferences and requirements. This is a great way to make sure you are connecting with someone who is highly qualified and has experience teaching kids of your child’s age group.
Another great way to find a reliable tutor is by asking people you know who have already had success with their own children’s education or through parenting networks like Moms of Brooklyn group on Facebook or similar networks specific to your neighborhood. Ask friends, neighbors, colleagues—anyone who might have insight into the tutoring market in your area—for recommendations or referrals from experienced math tutors they may know of or have used themselves in the past. Word-of-mouth recommendations from people you know and trust can be invaluable when it comes to selecting a tutor for your child because it gives you an idea of what kind of results others have achieved with the same person or organization that you are considering hiring.
Visit Local Learning Centers
Many local learning centers offer math classes specifically designed for kids or one-on-one tutoring sessions tailored to meet each student’s individual needs. Visiting these centers in person gives you an opportunity to meet potential tutors face-to-face and get a better sense of what kind of teaching style they may use when working with students of different ages/levels and if they would be a good fit for your child’s particular learning needs/style. Additionally, many of these centers may even provide discounts depending on how often you sign up for classes throughout the year so make sure to ask about any special offers they may have available before signing up!
Finding the right math tutor can seem daunting at first but taking small steps towards researching online, getting word-of-mouth recommendations from trusted sources, and visiting local learning centers can help narrow down your search significantly until you find someone who is perfect for helping your child achieve success in math!