Middle School Math – 7 Weeks

Learn how to solve one step linear equations or inequalities with the support of live lessons based on the principles of true education from a certified math teacher.

Course Information

Middle School Math is a practical, Bible-based live math course which starts on May 5, 2020 and ends on June 16, 2020 on Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time for 40 minutes.

Course costs $35 

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This course is ideal for students whether homeschooled, private or public school who want to learn how to solve one step equations and participate in real-word projects based on the principles of true education.

Students enrolled in this course will receive practical, bible-based mathematics instruction with a certified math teacher.

*Students who cannot meet live will receive a recording.

During the week, students will be given an assignment to sharpen their skills. During the class opportunities will be given to review previous work and questions before moving on. As students master the skills we will move onto the next skills.

Week 1: Simplifying Expressions by Combining Like Terms
Week 2: Solving One-Step Equations Using Addition and Subtraction
Week 3: Solving One-Step Equations Using Multiplication and Division
Week 4: Solving One-Step Equations with Rational Numbers
Week 5: Solving One-Step Inequalities Using Addition and Subtraction
Week 6: Solving One-Step Inequalities Using Multiplication and Division
Week 7: IRL Math – Math In Real Life Research Project 

If you’d like to learn more please email Andrea Hall at thestudyhalledu@gmail.com.

Grocery Store Math

Discover the excitement of math in the real world using grocery store mathematics.

Meets Once a Week for 10 Weeks for 45 Minutes

This live math course starts on September 11, 2019 and ends on November 20, 2019 on Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time with no class on October 23, 2019.

*Students who cannot meet live will receive a recording.

Students always want to know “when will we ever use this!” Grocery store mathematics is a fresh way to teach mathematics in the real world, also known as consumer math or home economics. This is a complete semester in which students will learn how to use mathematics to stay under budget while shopping. In this class students will get to go shopping to practice their real world skills.

The classes in this series are:

  • In Module 1 students will learn what estimation(rounding) is, why estimation is important and how to use estimation when shopping. Students will learn how to round prices to the nearest dollar and ten cent.
  • In Module 2 students will learn how to add and subtract prices that are rounded to the nearest dollar or ten cent.
  • In Module 3 students will learn how to understand the weekly store ads and use them.
  • In Module 4 students will learn how to calculate the prices of produce measured by pounds.
  • In Module 5 students will learn how to calculate sales prices
  • In Module 6 student will learn how to add up all the prices to calculate sales tax.
  • Module 7 is the culminating project in which students combine all that they learn to create a budget for a week’s work of groceries, create a menu plan for that week, create a shopping list and execute the shopping list while staying under budget.

Prior Knowledge:

Students should know how to add and subtract whole numbers.

This course includes hands-on, real learning activities. Parents and students will be asked to determine a budget for grocery shopping, make a simple list and go to the grocery store with their family to practice what was learned.

Field Trips Encouraged:

Parents will be asked to download the zoom app and take a field trip with their kids to the grocery store to help them shop in the culminating project. Parents are encouraged to reward their children with a prize (that is within the budget) if the children manage to estimate correctly while shopping.

Live Lessons

Students will join the live lessons via Zoom.us .While is it strongly encouraged to use the desktop/laptop you may also join via phone.

System Requirements

Students should meet the following system requirements:

  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Speakers and a microphone – built-in or USB plug-in or wireless Bluetooth
  • A webcam or HD webcam – built-in or USB plug-in
  • Or, a HD cam or HD camcorder with video capture card

Additional Items

Students will need the following additional items:

  • Google Email for Parent
  • Google Email Student (with parent having access)
  • Additional Materials List will be supplied by the instructor as necessary.
  • Bound notebook, pencil, calculator, clipboard for shopping


Still have questions? Call us at 404.644.8391 or email them to us at thestudyhalledu@gmail.com

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Enrollment Levels

Enrollment Levels

24/7 Curriculum

We use Ignitia, as our online curriculum provider as well as SonLight Education Curriculum to provide a Bible based foundation.  To view the course catalog click here.  To learn more about SonLight Education Ministries click here.

Live Learning

In addition to 24/7 access to curriculum, depending on your level, your child will benefit from weekly live learning lessons via our Zoom platform featuring special topics like African American History, Work Education and Service Projects.

Reporting and Record Keeping

We provide you with final reporting to help you meet your Homeschool Requirements and keep you up to date with your records.

Academic Support

You  can choose from a variety of options based on your enrollment level.  Support ranges from email only support to phone and finally live one on one learning support through web conferencing.

Individualized Learning Plans

Depending on your plan, as part of your orientation, we work together to create an individual learning plan identifying you and your child’s goals.


Is online new to you?  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our orientation course.

Standardized testing available to local students upon request.