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Basic life skills include the ability to tell time, make change, balance a checkbook and do simple math facts quickly and accurately, when you need to. Just because a child doesn't have their math facts memorized, yet, shouldn't necessarily be cause for concern. However, children who are unable to subtract by borrowing correctly, for example, may be experiencing a problem that needs to be examined a bit more closely.

A Hand In Hand math assessment will examine a variety of different skill areas important to learning, understanding and successfully using math. Using the nationally recognized KeyMath 3 Diagnostic Assessment, we will evaluate:

  • Basic Concepts
    • Numeration
    • Algebra
    • Geometry
    • Measurement
    • Data Analysis and Probability

  • Operations
    • Mental Computation and Estimation
    • Written Computation: Addition and Subtraction
    • Written Computation: Multiplication and Division

  • Application
    • Foundations of Problem Solving
    • Applied Problem Solving

Your Math Assessment fee includes the cost of test administration and a formal report, which includes score charts for each test, an error analysis, and a discussion of your child's math strengths and weaknesses. The report will make recommendations based on your child's math needs balanced by your family's homeschool philosophy and your child's learning style. The test report is generally mailed out to parents within fourteen (14) business days of testing. Parents have the option of folloiwng up with a telephone consultation for any additional questions they may have

If you are thinking about hiring a math tutor for your child, consider a math assessment first. By sharing the comprehensive test report with your tutor, you will be able to make the most of your time by focusing on diagnosed areas of weakness.


We keep in mind that most homeschool children have little or no experience with standardized testing. We maintain a maximum level of test environment integrity while making the experience a comfortable one for the children. Our most important priority is obtaining valid results that will help you, the parent, make the best homeschooling decisions possible; while helping your child feel good about themselves.

As always, test results are kept completely confidential. Parents are the only ones to receive a complete score analysis of their child's performance. It is left to a parent's discretion whether or not they share the results with their county or umbrella reviewer.

Contact us today to schedule your testing appointment.


                 

 
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August 20, 2017

What our clients say about Hand In Hand:

"Thanks again for a great testing experience and the additional materials you sent."

~ Rachel from Washington D.C.

 

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