“With the help of TabletClass we finally have that “Ahh ha” clicking moment when it all makes sense.”
“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
TabletClass Math makes homeschooling PreAlgebra easy. We include everything your child needs to excel in math.
Our complete and indepth PreAlgebra 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 PreAlgebra 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
Secure Parent Access For Tests, Answer Keys & Grades (Optional)
16
Chapters
67
sections
275+
Videos
1000+
Practice Problems
Sarah, Homeschooler
“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.
Mary J.
Sarah
With our PreAlgebra homeschool curriculum, your child will receive an amazing math education and experience that will help prepare them for their future educational goals!
TabletClass Math PreAlgebra Homeschool Curriculum
This PreAlgebra homeschool curriculum is designed for the middle school student preparing to enter a high school level algebra course. Students entering this curriculum should have strong skills in arithmetic to include fraction operations.
The first part of PreAlgebra will explore areas of Real Numbers (positive/negative numbers), solving equations, graphing and writing lines and inequalities.
Part 2 of the PreAlgebra homeschool curriculum deals with topics such as functions and relations, systems, quadratic equations, polynomials, powers and exponents and rational/radical expressions. There are also sections on basic geometry to include circles, area, volume, Distance Formula and Pythagorean Theorem.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Algebra Terms and Concepts
The first chapter of the PreAlgebra Homeschool Curriculum introduces students to basic terms and concepts used in algebra. Time is taken to ensure the student understands basic number operations, variables and their applications. Additionally, the student gains a fundamental sense of equations, inequalities and their solutions.
Sections:
 Number Operations
 Variables
 Order of Operations
 Translating Verbal and Algebraic Phrases
 Equations/Inequalities/Solutions
Sample Lesson Video – Order of Operations
Click bottom right arrows for full screen viewing.
Chapter 2: Real Numbers and Simplifying Variable Expressions
This chapter focuses on getting the student to master working with the Real Numbers. Students learn the rules of integers and practice through many examples. Also, students will learn to apply the Distributive Property and simplify variable expressions by combining like terms.
Sections:

Real Numbers/Simplifying Variable Expressions

Real Number System

Adding Real Numbers

Subtracting Real Numbers

Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers

Distributive Property

Simplifying by Combining Like Terms
God bless, Fonda 🙂
Meggin F. (Homeschool Mom of Bryce, 11 and Jackson, 9)
Bethany
Andrew K.
Keri
Chapter 3: Fractions and Decimals
This chapter reviews how to work with fractions. Although it is assumed students posses these skills, time is taken to ensure the student has mastered the procedures to perform operations involving fractions.
Sections:

Introduction to Fractions and Decimals

Least Common Multiple/Denominator

Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Chapter 4: Solving Equations
The chapter breaks down the steps to solve multistep linear equations. Students will build up their skills as they progress from one and twostep equations to more advance equations. Core concepts involved will be reviewed to include the Distributive Property and combining like terms.
Sections:

One Step Equations

Solving Two Step Equations

Solving MultiStep Equations

Formulas and Literal Equations
Sample Example Set Video – MultiStep Equations
Click bottom right arrows for full screen viewing.
Chapter 5: Inequalities
In this chapter students will apply their equation solving skills to solve linear inequalities. Basic concepts and terms are introduced first, along with how to graph inequalities.
Sections:
 Linear Inequalities
 Compound Inequalities
Chapter 6: Graphing Linear Equations
This very important chapter walks the student stepbystep to master how to graph linear equations. Concepts involving the coordinate plane, slope and methods to graph lines are thoroughly reviewed and introduced. Upon completion of the chapter students will gain the necessary knowledge and skills needed to learn more advance topics involving linear equations.
Sections:

Graphing Lines with One Variable

Graphing Lines with Two Variables

The Slope of a Line

Slope Intercept Method

XY Intercept Method
Chapter 7: Writing the Equations of Lines
This chapter builds on the student’s prior knowledge and skill of linear equations. Various methods to find and write the equation of a line are introduced and practiced. The chapter focuses on the proper way to setup and use formulas to write linear equations. Additional related topics are explored to include linear models, linear regression and word problems.
Sections:

Using SlopeIntercept Form

Using PointSlope intercept

Given the Slope and a Point

Given Two Points

Standard Form of Linear Equations

Best Fitting Lines and Scatter Plots

Linear Models/Word Problems
Bachelors Degree in Mathematics
Masters degree in Educational Technology
Certified Middle/High School Math teacher
20+ Years Teaching Experience
600K+ YouTube Subscribers
100MM+ Views on YouTube
Meet the Teacher to Learn More.
Homeschool Parent
Denise C.
Rebekah
Carrie – founder of www.homeschoolgiveaways.com
8th Grade Student
Robby
Chapter 8: Introduction to Systems
Understanding systems and the methods to solve them are vital in algebra. This chapter introduces the student to systems and what their solutions represent. Techniques to solve systems will build from the student’s prior knowledge of solving linear equations. Upon completion of the chapter a student will have a solid skill set in systems that prepares them for Algebra 1 and 2.
Sections:

Solving Systems by Graphing

Solving Systems Substitution Method

Solving Systems by Elimination/Linear Combination
Chapter 9: Absolute Value
Absolute value problems can be challenging for some students to grasp. Time is taken to teach students core concepts and build understanding. Students will learn how to graph absolute value functions and apply the steps to solve absolute value equations/inequalities.
Sections:

Introduction to Absolute Value

Graphing Absolute Value Equations

Solving Absolute Value Equations

Absolute Value Inequalities
Chapter 10: Powers and Exponents
This chapter covers the rules of powers and exponents a student needs to learn in algebra. Also, important applications of these rules are covered to include scientific notation, compound interest and exponential growth and decay.
Sections:

Product and Power Rules of Exponents

Negative and Zero Exponents Rules

Division Rules of Exponents

Scientific Notation

Compound Interest

Exponential Growth and Decay
Chapter 11: Polynomials
Polynomials are the key building blocks of algebra. The chapter starts by covering the parts of a polynomial and related terminology. Students then learn how to perform various polynomial operations, and a special focus is placed on avoiding common mistakes. Lastly, there is a section dedicated to introduce quadratic equations which are extremely important in more advance topics in algebra.
Sections:

Introduction to Polynomials

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

Multiplying Polynomials

Introduction to Quadratic Equations
Chapter 12: Rational Expressions
This chapter takes the student through fundamental rational expressions to include ratios, proportions, percent and variation. Students will learn different methods to solve rational expression problems. The section on simplifying rational algebraic expressions starts by reviewing basic examples using numbers before introducing variable examples.
Sections:

Ratios and Proportions

Percent

Direct and Inverse Variation

Simplifying Rational Expressions
Chapter 13: Introduction to Functions and Relations
Functions and relations transcend all through mathematics. This chapter explains core concepts at the PreAlgebra level and prepares the student for more advance study of the topic. Time is taken to explain the difference between a function and relation; and introduce the student to the language of functions to include the domain, range and linear/nonlinear functions.
Sections:

Introduction to Functions and Relations

Graphing Functions

Linear and Nonlinear Functions
Chapter 14: Area and Volume
This chapter explores the link between algebra and geometry. Basic formulas for area and volume are covered. Also, a section is dedicated to explain concepts related to circles to include area, volume, diameter, radius, and pi.
Sections:

Area of Basic Figures

Circles: Area and Circumference

Surface Area of Basic Figures

Volume of Basic Figures
Chapter 15: Right Triangle Theorems and Formulas
Properties of right triangles form the basis of many more advance topics in algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Sections in the chapter introduce fundamental theorems and formulas to include the Distance and MidPoint formula and the Pythagorean Theorem.
Sections:

The Distance and MidPoint Formula

The Pythagorean Theorem
Chapter 16: Data, Measurement and Probability
This chapter is a fundamental overview of how to work with data. Sections in the chapter introduce units of measures, conversion, mean, median, mode and range. Also, included is a section on graphs and plots such as boxandwhisker plots and frequency tables. Lastly, there is a section the basic concepts of probability to include a look into the Law of Large Numbers.
Sections:

Units of Measure and Conversion

Measures of Central Tendency Mean, Median and Mode

Exploring Data Charts, Tables, Graphs and Plots

Introduction To Probability
COMPREHENSIVE Video Instruction
 Easy to watch and control pacing–perfect for all learning styles
 All problems are fully explained with each specific step demonstrated
 Much more than a brief overview–average video is over 15 minutes; designed for maximum explanation and mastery
 275+ indepth instructional videos
 Word problems and advanced problems covered
WORKSHEETS, NOTES & QUIZZES
 Full set of worksheets per section topic
 Worksheets correspond to lesson and practice problems
 Problems cover basic, advanced and word problems
 Designed for student practice and mastery of core academic skills
 Comprehensive summary notes of all concepts covered within a chapter–perfect study aid for chapter tests
 Quizzes at the end of each chapter
Parent/Admin RESOURCES
Included in the Parent/Administrator Secure Portal ($25/one time fee):
 Pacing Guidelines
 Course Guidebook for record of course work completed
 Chapter Tests with Detailed Answer Keys (showing all work)
 Chapter Tests Summary Worksheet
 Course Guidebook
 Extra Practice Problems Worksheets with Video Solutions
 Final Exam Instructions
 Comprehensive Final Exam
 Final Exam with Detailed Answer Key
 Course Grade Calculation Instructions
 Course Certificate
Flexible Pricing Options
Monthly Subscription (autorenewal/cancel anytime)  $25 
6 Month Access (one time fee/no autorenewal)  $95 
Full Year Access (50% savings!)  $150 
Parent/Admin Resources (one time fee/unlimited access)  $25 
Ready to get started with PreAlgebra?
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
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.
Scope & Sequence  Placement Test  Enroll Now
More testimonials from Homeschool Families
“I just wanted to share our praises for your website. We are the "College By Twelve" family and TabletClass.com fits in with our accelerated/childled method of getting our kids into college by the age of twelve. My 10 year old has finished Algebra 1 and is waiting for the Algebra 2 course to start. Online learning is the best way to teach kids who are selfmotivated. We have had GREAT results in helping our 9 kids excel in Mathematics and TabletClass is exactly what we needed to make my workload as a mom easier. Blessings!”
Cami (Virginia, US, home school parent)
DeAnna
Dena
V. Sherman, Clearwater FL
Lisa K.
“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!”
Sherone S.
Angela and Kaleb D.
Teresa J., NM
Tanya R. and Steven B., VA
Susan M.
Thank you so very much for providing a wonderful program.”
Devonda C., TN
Julie Knapp (The Homeschool Diner "a full menu of homeschool resources" www.homeschooldiner.com)
Kim
Kristie
Blessings, Tracie E.
Hillary
Martina
Carrie
Carie V.
“Hi John, your program fits our needs perfectly and we (My husband and I) couldn’t be happier with your product. Thanks so much.”
Carole Z.
Want to reach out?