# Homeschool Arithmetic

Interested in getting to know numbers a little better? Nervous about getting to know numbers a little better? Don’t sweat it. Homeschool Arithmetic with SDA to ease you into the basics about different types of numbers, simple number operations, and different ways of representing numbers.  This homeschool arithmetic program will teach your child all the basics they need to know about math, and provide the much needed foundation to move on to the next math course. It’s recommended for children of ages 6 and up.

See below for a detailed listing of all topics covered.

# Topics

 Whole Numbers and the Number Line Addition and Subtraction Multiplying Whole Numbers Dividing Whole Numbers Whole Numbers Addition Multiplication Basics Division Basics Place Value Subtraction Multiplying Bigger Numbers Long Division Comparing Numbers Estimating The Distributive Property Factors Rounding Whole Numbers Problem Solving Word Problems The Number Line Multiplying with a Calculator Decimals Problem-Solving

 Understanding Decimals Understanding Fractions Line, Shapes, & Sizes Patterns & Graphs Decimal Basics Fraction Basics Points and Lines Patterns Adding and Subtracting Decimals Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Angles Pictographs Multiplying and Dividing Decimals Common Factors and Reducing Fractions Congruent Angles Bar Graphs Rounding Decimals Converting Fractions to Decimals Shapes and Figures Line Graphs Scientific Notation Common Denominators Finding Congruence in Figures Probability and Outcomes Problem-Solving Using Decimals Lines of Symmetry in Figures Prime and Composite Numbers Solid Figures The Number Line The Coordinate Plane and Ordered Pairs
 Measurement Units of Measurement Temperature Time Standards of Measurement: English and Metric Length Perimeter Area Weight Volume

# Features

 For Teachers For Students Types of Assignments State & National Standards RTI alerts Differentiated Instruction 124 vocab words (with audio playback) State Standards Editable rubrics Note-taking 43 critical thinking questions National Standards Progress reporting Re-teaching 230 multiple choice questions Common Core Automatic grading 14 drag n’ drop graphic organizers Student-to-teacher messaging 214 minutes of video (with scrolling transcripts)