Homeschool Geometry with The Right Teacher
“I am confident that Algebra II and Geometry will be attainable with homeschooling because of TabletClass. This curriculum has been a blessing and an answer to prayer.”
“TabletClass has been a lifesaver for us this year! My girls, freshmen this year, struggled with PreAlgebra using another curriculum last year. Under the guidance of John Zimmerman, because he called me and talked to me when I ordered, and always calls personally when you email a question, we started over with PreAlgebra again. It wasn’t long before we were caught up enough again to start with Algebra, and it is going great! My girls are on schedule to finish Algebra as if they were never behind. The curriculum is easy to follow and they are getting great, easy to follow, instruction. I am confident that Algebra II and Geometry will be attainable with homeschooling because of TabletClass. This curriculum has been a blessing and an answer to prayer. Thanks so much!”
Sandy
Our complete and indepth Geometry Homeschool Curriculum provides a strong foundation for learning new and complex concepts that lead to college level math.
Our teacher, John Zimmerman, cares about your child’s success. He guides students every step of the curriculum with clear and understandable instruction that will help build their confidence in math.
We provide example videos below and FREE PREVIEWS within the course…see if your child can learn with John.
TabletClass Math Geometry Homeschool Curriculum Includes:
Amazing Full Lesson Videos Taught by Our Expert Math Teacher
Extensive Practice Problems With Video Solutions
Detailed Study Notes
Comprehensive Chapter Quizzes
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A Complete & Comprehensive Geometry Homeschool Curriculum
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“We have tried many home school curricula and TabletClass is our favorite one! It doesn’t take a long time to do and my daughter is learning and retaining the information wonderfully! John really loves to teach and is able to break things down to a level that every student can follow. We have recommended TabletClass to all our friends, home schoolers or not. We just love it, it the best thing we could of done for our daughter!”
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“Our family has been using TabletClass for three years and plan on finishing up our homeschool math using this program. Our son completed PreAlgebra through Algebra 2. Now our daughters are starting it. The concepts are taught in easy to understand bits. TabletClass is suited to students with a wide range of math abilities. The format is simple, clear and understandable. TabletClass tutorials make using the program comprehensible for even the most non computer savvy student or mom. Mr. Zimmerman uses an engaging style of teaching, making math less intimidating to nonmath students, while gifted students are not bored. The students can set their own pace. The classes are available on a wide range of platforms. The program is very economical for any size family.”
Sarah
“You have a gift of teaching and I for one am very glad you have used your gift to make this math class available to people like me that use to detest math. I am learning so much along with my daughter now. I wish I would have known about this program when I was homeschooling my older son. It would have made it so much better on him too.”
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“My 10th grade daughter has been in your Geometry course this year! It is our first year using your website. I found your website through a search engine. My daughter struggled last year in Algebra 1 in another curriculum and that’s when we knew we wanted to try a different approach since she is a visual learner. I researched it and loved how you gave detailed information for the students to learn the material. My daughter said she loves the explanations of the information along with the worksheets. She loves the reviews and how you explain how the material builds while reviewing a concept needed for that lesson. Her grades in Math have only been successful this year with A’s. Thank you for a great way for kids to learn and actually enjoy Math!”
Jessica D.
“Loving Tablet Class. As a mom, I don’t have to worry if I am teaching algebra correctly which means I can focus on my younger daughter while my son is being taught by John. Hands off for me!”
Keri
With our Geometry homeschool curriculum, your child will receive an amazing math education and experience that will help prepare them for their future educational goals!
TabletClass Math Geometry Homeschool Curriculum
The Geometry homeschool curriculum is designed for high school students after the completion of Algebra 1. Because a good foundation and understanding of algebra is required for geometry, the course does provide algebra reviews at the end of each chapter.
Students can expect to study a wide range of topics in geometry essential for more advance study in mathematics. Additionally, the course focuses on problem solving skills so it provides excellent preparation for college entrance tests such as the SAT and ACT.
Students will first learn about various basic concepts to include: points, lines, angles and planes. Next the course introduces the student to the study of logic which is the foundation of geometric proof. Students will learn about the role theorems and postulates play in geometry.
Each respective chapter of the course focuses students on the essential topics of high school geometry. Numerous topics will be studied in depth to include: triangles, quadrilaterals, congruence and similarity, transformations, right triangles, trigonometry, circles, area and volume.
Note: the course does teach and challenge students to write geometric proofs as it is a key skill in understanding the importance of logic in mathematics.
Chapter 1: Foundations for Geometry
This chapter will introduce students to the key terms and concepts in geometry. Students will learn how to write the notation for various geometric expressions like angles, lines, rays, planes, points and segments. Lastly, the concept of theorems and postulates are introduced and their importance explained.
Sections:

Points, Lines and Planes

Line Segments and Rays

Angles

Theorems and Postulates
Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof
In this chapter students will study the role of logic and proof in geometry. Students will learn how to identify the hypothesis and conclusion in conditional statements and write the converse. In addition, students will learn more about the properties of lines and angles. Lastly, students will learn the structure of a geometric proof and study the steps to write an entire proof on their own.
Sections:

Conditional Statements and Converses

Algebra Properties

Deductive and Inductive Reasoning

More on Angles and Lines

How to Plan and Write a Proof
Sample Lesson Video – Deductive and Inductive Reasoning–Introduction to Geometric Proof
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Chapter 3: Perpendicular and Parallel Lines, Polygons
In this chapter students will study the relationships of perpendicular and parallel lines. Several important properties will be covered essential to solve common problems in geometry. A critical section in this chapter is dedicated to theorems that state when two or more lines are parallel. Students are also introduced to polygons and their types.
Sections:

Parallel Lines and Transversals

Properties of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Proving Lines Parallel

Introduction to Polygons
Chapter 4: Congruent Triangles
Congruency is a core concept in geometry. Students will learn the concept of congruency by studying the properties of congruent triangles. After an introduction to congruent figures students will focus on learning to prove triangles are congruent using the SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS and HL Theorems.
Sections:

Congruent Figures

Proving Congruent Triangles: SideSideSide and SideAngleSide Theorem

Proving Congruent Triangles: AngleSideAngle and AngleAngleSide Theorem

Proving Congruent Triangles: HypotenuseLeg Theorem
We used TabletClass Geometry last year due to a special bundle I received from another website. I was hesitant in using another online math course, other than the one we had used before, but liked the price of TabletClass, so decided to try it for Geometry. When it came time to look at an online class for Algebra II, I asked our daughter which online program she preferred and she said that she liked TabletClass the best. It was easier to understand and she liked the way it showed her how to work the problems. I just now ordered Algebra II from TabletClass for her next math course. Thanks for helping homeschoolers excel in math!”
Rebekah
“Tablet Class has been invaluable. My teacher makes difficult subjects easy to comprehend. Best of all, the course is extremely flexible. I am enrolled in college as well as high school, and Tablet Class is perfect because I can take the opportunity to finish my subjects whenever I have the free time. If it weren’t for this curriculum, I would definitely be overwhelmed, and that would be reflected in my grades.”
Andrew K.
“Mr. Zimmerman, my 12 year old son LOVES your math lessons. We just started yesterday. Math is the first thing he wants to accomplish today. Thanks!”
Mary J.
Chapter 5: Properties of Triangles
In this chapter students will learn the various properties of triangles. Several definitions and theorems will be introduced about the medians, altitudes and bisectors of triangles. In addition the chapter has an important section on the inequalities found in triangles between sides and angles.
Sections:

Medians, Altitudes and Bisectors

Bisector Theorems

Triangle Inequalitie
Sample Lesson Video – Triangle Bisector Theorems
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Chapter 6: Quadrilaterals
In this chapter students will learn the various properties and type of quadrilaterals. The first two sections focus on the properties of parallelograms to include proving a quadrilateral is a parallelogram. Next, additional sections look indepth at trapezoids, special quadrilaterals to include the rhombus and theorems involving midpoints in quadrilaterals and triangles.
Sections:

Parallelograms

Proving Quadrilaterals are Parallelograms

Trapezoids

Special Quadrilaterals

Quadrilaterals, Triangles and Midpoints
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“TabletClass has changed my son’s view of Math! We homeschool and use a DVD based curriculum. While we love it, the math is very visual. My son passed Algebra with an A, but couldn’t work problems in real world situations. It never sunk in. Then, I found TabletClass! He completed the Algebra course as a “refresher” over the summer and into the next school year. He was so excited…about Math! He would tell me the instructor really explained things in a way he could understand. It seems he needs both the audio and visual for learning math (and presented in a way I couldn’t teach him). He is currently completing Geometry, and doing well. He even helped his brother with Algebra 2. No more frustration! Thank you, TabletClass!! I definitely recommend Tabletclass to others who struggle. It has made the difference in our home.”
Denise C.
“I just wanted to say how much I love TabletClass! I just started using it this year and it has been beyond helpful! I went through Algebra 1 & 2 and struggled because of poor explanations of methods and answers. I am now using TabletClass for geometry and everything is explained so well! I hardly ever have trouble with the example sets, but if I do I can just go to the video on the problem and see the answer explained very simply. Thank you so much for creating TabletClass! I have been recommending it to all of my homeschool friends for high school math and will continue to do so. :)”
Bethany
“Hi John, we had a great time using TabletClass reviewing Algebra 1 this Summer prior to Luke starting a Geometry course through Wilson Hill Academy. Thanks again for offering these excellent math courses!”
Derek S.
“Thank you TabletClass for all your help. My son has always struggled in math. Beginning in second grade, numbers are just another foreign language to him. Unlike so many parents out there who struggle teaching high levels of math due to difficulty, I am the opposite. Math is like an extension to my arm, yet teaching it to a student who is struggling immensely is often nerve wracking to say the least. With the help of TabletClass we finally have that “Ahh ha” clicking moment when it all makes sense. My son is currently in TabletClass’ PreAlgebra class after already taking PreAlgebra before. It is such a great moment when a parent can see a light turn on and it all makes sense again. I am great full for the gifts this program has given us.”
Dana A.
“I started homeschooling my son in 5th grade at the age of 11 for several reasons, one being lack of being challenged in math in the public school system. We used a different math program the first year and I found he still needed to be further ahead and needed an instructor to walk him through it instead of reading the directions in a book and me trying to interpret them. Then we found TabletClass! He is enrolled in PreAlgebra this year at the age of 12 and really loves it. TabletClass gives clear and precise instruction that makes it easy to understand. Practice for the concepts are practical and not excessive “busy work.” Their support is wonderful as well with any questions I’ve sent being quickly responded to. I would highly recommend this program to any homeschool family looking for a great Algebra course!”
Meggin F. (Homeschool Mom of Bryce, 11 and Jackson, 9)
“My daughter successfully passed the placement test at our community college into College Algebra! I give you the credit! Thank you!”
Susan
Chapter 7: Similarity
This chapter covers all the rules a student will need to know to work with powers, exponents, radicals and rational exponents. Also, important applications of these rules are coved to include scientific notation, compound interest, Pythagorean Theorem and the Distance and MidPoint formula. Special emphasis is placed on solving radical and rational root equations.
Sections:

Ratios and Proportions

Similar Polygons

Similar Triangles
Chapter 8: Transformations
In this chapter students will learn to apply transformations to images. Sections in the chapter focus on the transformations of reflections, rotations, dilations, translations and glide reflections. An emphasis is placed on developing the skills to construct the graphs of transformations found in common geometry problems.
Sections:

Reflections

Rotations and Dilations

Translations and Glide Reflections
Chapter 9: Right Triangles and Trigonometry
In this chapter students will learn a wide array of concepts about right triangles. Sections in the chapter look at similar right triangles, the Pythagorean Theorem and special right triangles. For most students the section on trigonometry will be their first introduction to the topic. The chapter ends on a section that applies right triangle trigonometry to solving word problems.
Sections:

Similar Right Triangles

The Pythagorean Theorem

Special Right Triangles

Trigonometric Ratios

Right Triangle Word Problems
Sample Lesson Video – Trigonometric Ratios
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Chapter 10: Circles
In this chapter students will learn the important properties and relationships found in circles. First, students will learn the parts of a circle and understand the properties of a tangent line. Additional sections will explore key theorems about arcs, chords and inscribed circles. Lastly, the chapter looks at other angle and segment relationships found in circles.
Sections:

Introduction to Circles and Tangents

Arcs and Chords

Inscribed Angles

Other Angle Relationships in Circles

Segment Lengths and Circles
Sample Lesson Video – Arcs and Chords
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Chapter 11: Area and Volume
In this chapter students will learn how to find the area, surface area and volume of various geometric figures. Sections will explain the formulas to find area, surface area and volume of figures to include cubes, circles, cylinders, prisms, pyramids and others shapes. An entire section explains how to find the area of regular polygons. Lastly, students will learn how to find the area of sectors and arc lengths found in circles.
Sections:

Area of Basic Figures

Surface Area of Basic Figures

Volume of Basic Figures

Area of Regular Polygons

Area of Circles/Sectors and Arc Length
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Interested in a different homeschool course or need a placement test? Select a course to learn more.
The PreAlgebra course is designed for the middle school student preparing to enter a high school level algebra course. Students taking this course should have strong skills in arithmetic to include fraction operations.
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The Algebra 1 course is designed for those students entering a high school level/college prep math track. Before starting this course students should have finished a PreAlgebra or equivalent course (8th grade math as an example). Upon completion of TabletClass Algebra 1 students can take Geometry or Algebra 2 courses.
The Geometry course is designed for high school students after the completion of Algebra 1. Because a good foundation and understanding of algebra is required for geometry, the course does provide algebra reviews at the end of each chapter. Students can expect to study a wide range of topics in geometry essential for more advance study in mathematics.
Note: the course does teach and challenge students to write geometric proofs as it is a key skill in understanding the importance of logic in mathematics.
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The Algebra 2 course is designed as a high school second or third year college prep math course. A strong foundation in concepts and skills of Algebra 1 is required. This course begins with a review of algebra topics students will have mastered in Algebra 1. Then introduces quadratic equations, complex numbers, linear systems, matrices/determinants, and covers more advanced level topics.
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The PreCalculus course is designed as a high school third year or fourth year college prep math curriculum. The goal of the course is to prepare students for college level mathematics, especially Calculus.
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PreAlgebra
This course is designed for the middle school student preparing to enter a high school level algebra course. Students taking this course should have strong skills in arithmetic to include fraction operations.
Algebra 1
This course is designed for those students entering a high school level/college prep math track. Before starting this course students should have finished a PreAlgebra or equivalent course (8th grade math as an example). Upon completion of TabletClass Algebra 1 students can take Geometry or Algebra 2 courses.
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Geometry
This course is designed for high school students after the completion of Algebra 1. Because a good foundation and understanding of algebra is required for geometry, the course does provide algebra reviews at the end of each chapter. Students can expect to study a wide range of topics in geometry essential for more advance study in mathematics.
Note: the course does teach and challenge students to write geometric proofs as it is a key skill in understanding the importance of logic in mathematics.
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Algebra 2
This course is designed as a high school second or third year college prep math course. A strong foundation in concepts and skills of Algebra 1 is required.
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PreCalculus
The PreCalculus course is designed as a high school third year or fourth year college prep math curriculum. The goal of the course is to prepare students for college level mathematics, especially Calculus.
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“Last year was our family’s first year to use your TabletClass.com as our homeschool math curriculum. My three kids were so pleased. One even said, “I love math!” for the first time in her life. My youngest was doing so well that he actually did both PreAlgebra and Algebra in one year! So this year I have two needing Geometry and one needing Algebra II. Thanks for your help on this!”
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