### Math Tutoring Programs

As math programs, concepts, and teaching mechanisms change and develop from elementary through high school, students experience greater challenges grasping and adapting to new math strategies and techniques. In fact, in many schools, math problems and lesson plans are now offered to students online, eliminating text books and worksheets. Through this ever-changing environment, children must learn to acclimate to the new methods.

As we all know, math is heavily comprised with the use of letters, numbers, symbols, and signs. This complex use of objects and equations can inhibit a student’s ability to learn the relationship of these objects and symbols seen in story problems, algebra, geometry, and other advanced math programs such as calculus.

Integrated Learning Strategies offers assistance with math programs for students who need help with basic math, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and Common Core Math. Students work with instructors to learn new math techniques and become familiar with the methods used in schools. Math programs can help students reach the same mathematical goals and objectives through specialized methods in the following areas:

- Math Solutions
**Basic Mathematics**
- Observations
- Fact Sheets (+, -, x, ÷)
- Patterns, money, time, fractions
- Prime numbers, expressions, exponents
- Creating coordinate plan
- Lines of Symmetry

**Geometry**

- Geoboards
- Slopes, Angles, Arcs
- Relationship of points, lines, and angles

**Common Core Math**

- Order of Operations
- Algebraic Thinking
- Analyzing patterns and relationships
- Fractions, word problems, multiplication
- Decimals, percentages, powers of 10

**Pre-Algebra and Algebra**

- Divisibility, finding common factors and multiples
- Prime Composites
- Factorization
- Volume Circumference
- Integers, variables, equations, square roots