Please describe your student and why you qualify for tutoring.
Ava is a kind, caring and wonderful 9 year old girl. She lights up any room she walks into. She is always offering her 2 brothers and 1 sister a helping hand. She is the youngest of 4 children. She changed schools a year ago and has been struggling to adapt and catch up to her new schools curriculum. Thus, she is falling more and more behind in math. She is quick witted and a quick learner. We just haven't found a way to make math relatable for her. She loves to run outside, play kickball, take care of her pets (animal lover!) and responds well to positive reinforment. Ava truley has a big heart. She loves to make people laugh and make her family proud. I'd like to get her math up to 4th grade level. I do not want her to struggle. We are a fast paced, full and sometimes chaotic (schedule-wise) household but I will put in the effort and make time to help my daughter succeed. Thank you very much for your consideration and time.
What are your greatest hopes for your student?
My hope is that Ava will have a clear understanding of the math she is learning and not struggle in math.
What are you most grateful for?
I am most grateful that God has given me a beautiful and supportive family.
Please describe specifically what your student needs help with.
Ava struggles math. She is at a 3rd grade level in alrgebra & algebraic thinking, and a 2nd grade level in measurement & data and geometry.
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