Elementary Math

Elementary Math Tutoring

At Stream Vertical, we recognize the pivotal role a solid foundation in basic math plays in paving the way for advanced academic success. That’s why we deliver affordable and effective basic mathematics learning services tailored to students of all levels.

During a child’s formative school years, learning is paramount. At Stream Vertical, we employ meticulously organized and proven lesson preparation strategies to ensure your child comprehensively grasps fundamental concepts, from mathematical functions to geometrical shapes. This preparation equips them to confidently tackle more complex arithmetic queries and challenges.

Our expertise lies in customizing classes based on your child’s abilities and unique needs. We understand that children learn in diverse ways, and at Stream Vertical, we design math courses and exercises to captivate students, fostering a genuine love for mathematics. Our tutoring services are aligned with the Common Core Standards, providing hands-on lessons that empower your child to master crucial math topics.

Forget one-size-fits-all approaches; at Stream Vertical, we focus on cultivating problem-solving skills and delving into the intricacies of each subject. Our elementary math courses adhere to syllabi provided by either the student or Stream Vertical, ensuring a personalized and effective learning experience.

Elementary math typically covers a range of foundational mathematical concepts and skills that serve as the building blocks for more advanced mathematical topics. The specific content may vary slightly depending on educational standards and curriculum, but generally, elementary math includes:

Counting and Number Sense

Basic Arithmetic

Basic understanding of operations and their properties


Understanding parts of a whole.

Comparing and ordering fractions..

Basic operations with fractions.

(addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)


Shapes and their properties.

Lines, angles, and polygons.

Perimeter and area.



Length, weight, volume.

Time and calendars.


Data and Statistics

Collecting and organizing data.

Interpreting graphs and charts.

Basic statistical concepts.

Patterns and Algebraic Thinking

Identifying and extending patterns.

Basic understanding of variables and expressions.

Problem Solving

Applying mathematical concepts to real-world problems.

Developing problem-solving strategies.

It’s important to note that the progression and depth of these topics may vary across different grade levels and educational systems. The goal of elementary math education is to provide students with a solid understanding of these foundational concepts, preparing them for more advanced math in later grades.