**NEW THIS SUMMER!!** **Math Enrichment + More is now offering more than just Math and English! The curriculum for students in the K-8 COMBO CLASSES will now include** **SPORTS, AGE APPROPRIATE FINANCIAL LITERACY AND STEM ACTIVITIES**.

Math Enrichment + more aims to reinforce skills learned in the past year while preparing students for success in the upcoming year by following a teaching model that is in direct alignment with California Common Core Standards.

The English/Math Combo Classes will introduce common core standards for the upcoming school year. If your child is currently in 3rd grade, review the 4th grade standards. Please follow this model for any grade level. Our English/Math Combo Classes will focus on key curriculum concepts during the summer program. Our goal is to provide a jump start or preview of the material your child will learn in the coming school year. If your child needs to review concepts in their current grade, please keep them in their current grade level in school this year. If you feel your child is advanced they can register for a higher grade level. For example, if your child is in 2nd grade and you feel 4th grade is a better-fit summer, please register for 4th grade. We want the best fit for each child and can improve their skill level this summer.

## Classes

### Daily Schedule

### Middle School Math Classes (6th Grade to 8th Grade)

- Download Kindergarten Curriculum PDF
- Download 1st Grade Curriculum PDF
- Download 2nd Grade Curriculum PDF
- Download 3rd Grade Curriculum PDF
- Download 4th Grade Curriculum PDF
- Download 5th Grade Curriculum PDF

By the end of kindergarten, students understand small numbers, quantities, and simple shapes in their everyday environment. They count, compare, describe, and sort objects and develop a sense of properties and patterns.

- Download 6th Grade Curriculum PDF
- Download 7th Grade Curriculum PDF
- Download 8th Grade Curriculum PDF

Students use their knowledge of word origins and word relationships, as well as historical and literary context clues, to determine the meaning of specialized vocabulary and to understand the precise meaning of grade-level-appropriate words.

## Other Classes

- Pre-Algebra Readiness
- Pre-Algebra
- Algebra I
- Geometry
- Integrated Math I
- Integrated Math II
- Integrated Math III
- Pre Calculus
- Calculus A/B
- Algebra II/Trigonometry
- Math Analysis
- AP Statistics
- Biology
- Chemistry
- Physics

This is an official Pre-AP Algebra I course authorized by the College Board™ in 2018. During the two-semester course, students will learn to analyze and understand patterns of change in linear relationships, create various representations of functions and equations, and apply mathematical concepts to real-world scenarios. As per the Pre-AP Algebra 1 syllabus, students will study the writing, solving, and graphing of linear and quadratic equations and functions, systems of linear equations, inequalities, and exponential functions and equations. Additionally, students will also learn to handle monomial and polynomial expressions and functions, rational expressions and functions, and radical expressions and functions. The skills learned in algebra will be utilized to solve a wide range of problems.

This is a one-year college prep course that meets state graduation requirements. This course includes the following topics: Similarity; Coordinate geometry; Trigonometric ratios; Quadratic functions; Quadratic equations; Probability.

*Prerequisite: Math 1/Algebra 1*

The following units will be covered in Integrated Math 3: Statistics (Random Processes), Circles and Conics, Trigonometric Functions, Exponential Functions, Functions Capstone, Rational, and Polynomial Expressions. This course will complete the 3-year Integrated Math series and includes remaining High School Common Core Math Standards that are not covered in Math 1 and Math 2.

*Prerequisites: Math 2/Geometry Co-requisites: Math 2 equivalent (from middle school)*