Warm Up
Each day your child will begin with a short 5 question Warm Up covering material from the day before. This does two things. First, it's a quick check to let us know that they remember what they learned. Second, it helps their brain to switch gears into "math mode" getting them ready to learn.
Learn
Then it's time for the engaging video lesson taught by Alesia Blackwood, utilizing her unique style of breaking math concepts into bitesize chunks that are easier to understand & apply!
Practice
Next, we'll take them through 10 Practice Problem questions covering JUST what they learned in the video. After each question, they view a complete solution so that they can compare their work to ours in case they missed a step, etc. If, after going through all 10 questions, they are ready to move ahead, GREAT. If not, they may open a NEW set of Practice Problems and we'll record their best effort for their grade. They can do this as many times as needed, we'll give them NEW questions each time!
Review
After Practice Problems, they move on to 10 Stay Sharp questions that cover material from previous lessons to make sure concepts are kept fresh and continuously reinforced so that it makes it into longterm memory.
Challenge
We include a Challenge Yourself question that is a student favourite! It's a chance to earn "extra credit" and stretch their math skills for bonus points.
Reference
Each lesson also comes with Reference Notes that may be printed or viewed online.
Quiz, Review, and Test
Every two or three days students complete a 5 question Quiz after the daily lesson, making sure they don't need to review a concept before moving on. The unit concludes with a Unit Review and a Unit Test and we also give you a Midterm and a Final Review and Test.
Auto Grading & Detailed Reporting
You have access to Grades and more from your convenient Parent Dashboard. You may view each attempted assignment when it was completed, how long was spent on it, and each score. You'll also receive a weekly email of your child's progress.
Engaging Instruction  Interactive & Adaptive Questions  Unlimited Practice & Review  Immediate Feedback  Complete Solutions  Automated Grading  Reference Notes  Quizzes & Unit Tests  MidTerm & Finals  Chat & Email Support  Weekly Progress Email  Extensive Reporting  Peace of Mind
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Unit 1 Prerequisite Skills 1.1 Operations with Integers 1.2 Length Conversions in the Imperial System 1.3 Mass Conversion in the Imperial System 1.4 Capacity Conversions in the Imperial System 1.5 Length, Mass and Capacity Conversions in the Metric System 1.6 Estimation 1.7 Solving MultiStep Equations and Using the Distributive Property 1.8 The Coordinate Plane 
Unit 2 Logic & Proofs 2.1 Introduction to Logic and Proofs 2.2 Conditions and Sets 2.3 Conditional Statements 2.4 Equivalence Properties 2.5 Writing Proofs 
Unit 3 Distance & Length 3.1 Introduction to Geometry 3.2 Segments, Rays and Length 3.3 Segment Addition Postulate 3.4 Overlapping Segments Theorem 3.5 Congruent Segments

Unit 4 Angles, Lines & Transversals 4.1 Angles and Measure 4.2 Angle Additional Postulate 4.3 Congruent Angles 4.4 Angle Pairs 4.5 Lines, Planes, and Transversals 4.6 Transversals and Angle Pairs 4.7 Transversals and Parallel Lines 4.8 Perpendicular Lines 
Unit 5 Triangles 5.1 Introduction to Triangles 5.2 Classifying Triangles by Side Length 5.3 Classifying Triangles by Angles 5.4 Triangle Sum Theorem 5.5 The Exterior Angle Theorem 5.6 Ratio & Proportion 5.7 Similar Triangles 5.8 Using Similar Triangles to Solve Problems 5.9 Congruent Triangles 5.10 Congruent Triangles Part II 5.11 The Pythagorean Theorem 
Unit 6 Circles 6.1 Introduction to Polygons 6.2 Classification of Polygons 6.3 Quadrilaterals  Rectangles 6.4 Quadrilaterals  Parallelograms 6.5 Quadrilaterals  Trapezoids 6.6 Interior & Exterior Angles of Polygons 6.7 Similar Polygons 
Unit 7 Circles 7.1 Introduction to Circles 7.2 Properties of Tangents Part I 7.3 Properties of Tangents Part II 7.4 Properties of Tangents Part III 7.5 Arcs and Central Angles 7.6 Arc Additional Postulate and Arc Length 
Unit 8 Perimeter 8.1 Introduction to Perimeter 8.2 Perimeter of Triangles 8.3 Perimeter of Quadrilaterals 8.4 Perimeter of Polygons 8.5 Circumference of a Circle 8.6 Perimeter of Irregular Shapes

Unit 9 Area 9.1 Introduction to Area 9.2 Area of Squares and Rectangles 9.3 Area of Triangles 9.4 Area of Parallelograms 9.5 Area of Trapezoids 9.6 Area of a Circle 9.7 Area of a Sector 9.8 Area of Regular Polygons 9.9 Area of Irregular Shapes

Unit 10 Geometry in the Coordinate Plane 10.1 Introduction to Geometry in the Coordinate Plane 10.2 Distance on a Coordinate Plane 10.3 Midpoint Formula 10.4 Length of Polygons in the Coordinate Plane 10.5 Perimeter in the Coordinate Plane 10.6 Area in the Coordinate Plane 10.7 Equation of a Circle 10.8 Calculating Slop Using Rise Over Run 10.9 Calculate Slope Using DyDx and Intercepts 10.10 Slope & Intercept Form of a Line 10.11 Parallel & Perpendicular Lines in the Coordinate Plane 10.12 Quadrilaterals in the Coordinate Plane 
Unit 11 Triangles 11.1 Triangles and Altitudes 11.2 Triangles and Medians 11.3 Triangles and the Perpendicular Bisectors 11.4 Triangles and Angle Bisectors 11.5 Solving Systems of Equations by Substitution 11.6 Solving Systems of Equations by Elimination 11.7 Triangles and the Orthocentre 11.8 Triangles and the Centroid 11.9 Triangles and the Circumcentre 11.10 Incentre

Unit 12 Circles Pt. 2 12.1 Arcs and Chords Part I 12.2 Arcs and Chords Part II 12.3 Arcs and Chords Part III 12.4 Arcs and Chords Part IV 12.5 Inscribed Angles 12.6 Tangents, Secants, and Angles Part I 12.7 Tangents, Secants, and Angles Part II 12.8 Tangents, Secants, and Angles Part III 
Unit 13 Transformations 13.1 Introduction to Transformations 13.2 Translations 13.3 Reflections 13.4 Rotations 13.5 Dilations 13.6 Multiple Transformations & Applications 
Unit 14 3D Geometry & Volume 14.1 Introduction to 3D Geometry 14.2 Volume of Rectangular Prisms 14.3 Volume of Other Prisms 14.4 Volume of Pyramids 14.5 Volume of Cylinders 14.6 Volume of Cones 14.7 Volume of Spheres 
Unit 15 3D Geometry & Surface Area 15.1 Introduction to Surface Area 15.2 Surface Area of a Prism 15.3 Surface Area of Pyramids 15.4 Surface Area of Cylinders 15.5 Surface Area of Cones 15.6 Surface Area of Spheres 
