Adapted Mind Math is a resource for helping elementary students learn math and English skills. Outside of classroom learning, additional training such as the resources available from Adapted Mind Math enables parents and teachers to provide extra education for their students in areas in which they are struggling.
Learning math is something that starts well before a student enters the classroom. Beginning in pre-K years, a child begins to count, add, and subtract. Then, by the time elementary school starts, students begin learning arithmetic in a structured set of lessons, and often students can be left behind when they begin learning in a classroom setting.
Math concepts learned by elementary students begin with whole numbers and the number line before diving into ideas of companion. After that, operations such as fractions, long division, and comparative operators will be taught after the initial concepts have been grasped. Finally, toward the end of elementary school, concepts under the purview of number theory are introduced, including prime numbers, divisibility rules, sure roots, and prime factorization.