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How It Works

My Math Videos© provides you with a certified math instructor to fit the needs of any curriculum you choose.

Each Singapore Math® video lesson is taught as if your student has a live teacher, and is aligned to several different 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade Singapore Math® curriculums as well as to the Texas Teks and Common Core standards (4th and 5th grade coming soon).

Our current video lessons are aligned to the Dimensions Math® books, levels 1 through 3. However these videos can be used with any curriculum and those specific alignments will be coming soon to this website. email hidden; JavaScript is required if you need help navigating the lessons for a different curriculum.

SAMPLE VIDEO: Lesson from book 2A

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Step 1: Decide which level your students needs. Need help deciding? email hidden; JavaScript is required and our Singapore Math® expert will discuss your students needs with you.

Step 2: Purchase the curriculums Textbook and Workbook. No need for a Teacher’s Guide as the videos follow the lesson taught in the Teacher’s Guide

Purchase the Dimensions Math® Textbook and Workbook for your level.

Step 3: Log in, go to Curriculums, select the curriculum you are using, select the book and the lesson.

Step 4: Have your student watch and participate in the video.

Step 5: Have your student work problems in the textbook and workbook.

Step 6: Do you want to have a live practice session after your student watches the videos with our Singapore Math® expert in a group or one-on-one sessionemail hidden; JavaScript is required to join a group today!

About the methods used to teach math using Singapore strategies

The nation of Singapore created their math curriculum in the 1980’s at a time when their Gross Domestic Product was very low. The country learned that the best way to increase their GDP was to educate their population in math and science. After founders traveled the word researching the best math practices, the Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract approach (C-P-A) was developed into a problem solving and strategy method of teaching math.

Singapore Math® is not just a method of teaching, but a strategy to teach our students to think like a mathematician. Through the CPA approach, we instruct our students using manipulatives and pictures so they understand the concepts before they learn the algorithms. Our students learn the “why” behind every concept taught, which empowers them to figure out the algorithm on their own because it starts to make sense intellectually and not just because they've memorized formulas and facts.

With the Sinagpore Method, students are able to problem solve and talk about math beyond what most adults can do. Using mental math strategies, they begin to learn math in a whole new light. For math facts, they always have a strategy to fall back on in case they get stuck. Math Facts are cemented in the student's mind not with rote memorization, but through the application of strategies.

Singapore Math® is not just a method of teaching, but a strategy to teach our students to think like a mathematician.

Right now our video lessons are aligned to the Dimensions Math books, levels 1 through 3. However these videos can be used with any curriculum and those specific alignments will be coming soon to this website.

Please email hidden; JavaScript is required if you need help navigating the video lessons to fit with your curriculum. If you are beginning the year and need a curricululm we highly suggest the use of the Dimensions Math books.

Our monthly subscription program at only $29 per month, gives you full access to all grade level lessons, with the option to cancel anytime with a 30-day notice.

If you would prefer to pay for 12 months at a discounted rate of $259, you will have full access to all of the grade level lessons for a full year from the date of sign up with the opportunity to renew at a discounted rate for additional years.

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New video lessons are added to each grade level every week until the end of the 2020-2021 school year to complete the grade level.

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