Honors 7th Grade Math Online Course


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18+ Hours of video instruction Exams, quizzes, & 1000s of exercises
Downloadable notes & worksheets 12 months unlimited access
Easy access on mobile Certificate of completion & grade report
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Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math with Professor Edward Burger

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 Professor Burger brings math to life with this fun and rigorous honors version of 7th Grade Math.

With more than 320 engaging video lessons by mathematician and Ph.D. Edward Burger, your student will develop a love of math and a love of learning. Professor Burger's sense of humor and passion for teaching math make his videos the ideal framework for 7th-grade math.

Also available are the optional Notes, Quizzes, and Worksheets from the Online Subscription, and all are printed in color, on-the-go format. 

The standard version of 7th Grade Math is here, and here's a comparison of the two courses.  You can read reviews of our math courses here.

Course Features

Video Lessons

324 engaging 5-7 minute lesson videos
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Lesson Plan

Detailed, 36-week lesson plan and schedule
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Automatically graded quizzes and tests
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Notes & Worksheets

More than 100 course notes and worksheets
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What Parents Are Saying. . .
"We have been more than thrilled with Thinkwell for our now 7th grade boy's math curriculum. We started homeschooling in his 5th grade year and literally floundered for 2 years before finding Thinkwell. The Thinkwell video lessons present concepts simply and clearly and the software allows exercises for the kids to practice their craft. It is easy to track my son's progress, and we could not be happier.”
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"We are quite happy with Thinkwell math! The classes thoroughly cover each grade level. We have been home schooling for 7 years and have tried many different free and paid math programs. My 2 homeschooled kids, who enjoy learning math at a deep level, find the lectures thorough, easy to absorb and often entertaining. The number and type of practice exercises seems just right. The chapter tests and checklists help me to know that they are absorbing and mastering the material”
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"I used this for my 7th grader as she prepared to apply for and then start a private school with an excellent reputation. The program was very helpful for us, as prior to that I had been a "relaxed" homeschooler. Apparently I did not have a "relaxed" homeschool kid, but had one with strong academic motivation who wanted to test well and then be on par with her peers upon starting school. This program helped us to make sure that happened."
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Course Overview

What you get

  • 12-month, online subscription to our complete Honors 7th Grade Math course
  • 36-week, day-by-day course lesson plan
  • 100+ course lessons with over 300 streaming videos
  • Automatically graded drill-and-practice exercises with step-by-step answer feedback
  • Downloadable, printable course worksheets & answer keys
  • Automatically graded section quizzes
  • Chapter & Practice tests, a Midterm & Final Exam
  • Animated interactivities....and more!

How it works

  • Purchase Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math through our online store
  • Create an account username and password which will give you access to the online Honors 7th-grade math course section
  • Activate your 12-month subscription when you're ready
  • Login to the course website to access the online course materials, including streaming video lessons, exercises, quizzes, tests and more
  • Access your course anytime, anywhere, from any device
  • Your work is automatically tracked and updated in real-time
  • Grade reports and certificates of completion are available at request
About Thinkwell's Honors Grade 7 Math Author, Edward Burger

Learn from award-winning mathematician Dr. Edward Burger

It's like having a world-class college professor right by your side.

  • "Global Hero in Education" by Microsoft Corporation
  • "America's Best Math Teacher" by Reader's Digest
  • Robert Foster Cherry Award Winner for Great Teaching
  • Author of The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking and Making Up Your Own Mind: Thinking Effectively Through Creative Problem Solving
  • A leader on thinking, innovation, and creativity
Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math Table of Contents
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1 Algebraic Reasoning

1.1 Patterns, Operations, and Properties
1.1.1 Numbers and Patterns
1.1.2 Exponents
1.1.3 Applying Exponents: Scientific Notation
1.1.4 Order of Operations
1.1.5 Properties
1.2 Algebraic Expressions and Equations
1.2.1 Variables and Algebraic Expressions
1.2.2 Translate Words into Math
1.2.3 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
1.2.4 Equations and Their Solutions
1.2.5 Addition and Subtraction Equations
1.2.6 Multiplication and Division Equations

2 Integers and Rational Numbers

2.1 Integers
2.1.1 Integers
2.1.2 Adding Integers
2.1.3 Subtracting Integers
2.1.4 Multiplying and Dividing Integers
2.1.5 Solving Equations Containing Integers
2.2 Factors and Multiples
2.2.1 Prime Factorization
2.2.2 Greatest Common Factor
2.2.3 Least Common Multiple
2.3 Rational Numbers
2.3.1 Equivalent Fractions and Mixed Numbers
2.3.2 Equivalent Fractions and Decimals
2.3.3 Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers

3 Operations with Rational Numbers

3.1 Operations with Decimals
3.1.1 Rounding and Estimating Decimals
3.1.2 Adding and Subtracting Decimals
3.1.3 Multiplying Decimals
3.1.4 Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers
3.1.5 Dividing Decimals
3.2 Operations with Fractions
3.2.1 Estimating Fraction Sums and Differences
3.2.2 Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers
3.2.3 Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers
3.2.4 Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers
3.2.5 Solving Equations with Rational Numbers

4 Proportional Relationships

4.1 Ratios, Rates, and Proportions
4.1.1 Ratios
4.1.2 Rates
4.1.3 Identifying and Writing Proportions
4.1.4 Solving Proportions
4.2 Measurement
4.2.1 Customary Measurement
4.2.2 Metric Measurements
4.2.3 Dimensional Analysis
4.2.4 Similar Figures and Proportions
4.2.5 Using Similar Figures
4.2.6 Scale Drawings and Scale Models

5 Graphs and Functions

5.1 Functions, Tables, and Graphs
5.1.1 The Coordinate Plane
5.1.2 Tables and Graphs
5.1.3 Interpreting Graphs
5.1.4 Functions, Tables, and Graphs
5.1.5 Find the Pattern in Sequences
5.2 Linear Functions
5.2.1 Graphing Linear Functions
5.2.2 Slopes and Rates of Change
5.2.3 Slope-Intercept Form
5.2.4 Direct Variation
5.2.5 Inverse Variation

6 Percents

6.1 Proportions and Percents
6.1.1 Percents
6.1.2 Percents, Decimals, and Fractions
6.1.3 Estimating with Percents
6.1.4 Finding Percents
6.2 Applying Percents
6.2.1 Finding a Number When the Percent is Known
6.2.2 Percent Increase and Decrease
6.2.3 Simple Interest

7 Data

7.1 Organizing and Displaying Data
7.1.1 Frequency Tables, Stem-and-Leaf Plots, and Line Plots
7.1.2 Mean, Median, Mode, and Range
7.1.3 Bar Graphs and Histograms
7.1.4 Reading and Interpreting Circle Graphs
7.1.5 Box-and-Whisker Plots
7.2 Representing and Analyzing Data
7.2.1 Line Graphs
7.2.2 Choosing an Appropriate Display
7.2.3 Populations and Samples
7.2.4 Scatter Plots
7.2.5 Misleading Graphs

8 Geometric Figures

8.1 Lines and Angles
8.1.1 Points, Lines, and Planes
8.1.2 Angles and Their Relationships
8.1.3 Geometric Relationships
8.2 Circles and Polygons
8.2.1 Classifying Polygons
8.2.2 Classifying Triangles
8.2.3 Classifying Quadrilaterals
8.2.4 Angles in Polygons
8.3 Transformations
8.3.1 Congruent Figures
8.3.2 Translations, Reflections, and Rotations
8.3.3 Dilations
8.3.4 Symmetry

9 Measurement: Two-Dimensional Figures

9.1 Perimeter, Circumference, and Area
9.1.1 Accuracy and Precision
9.1.2 Perimeter and Circumference
9.1.3 Area of Parallelograms
9.1.4 Area of Triangles and Trapezoids
9.1.5 Area of Circles
9.1.6 Area of Irregular Figures
9.2 Square Roots and the Pythagorean Theorem
9.2.1 Squares and Square Roots
9.2.2 The Pythagorean Theorem

10 Measurement: Three-Dimensional Figures

10.1 Volume
10.1.1 Introduction to Three-Dimensional Figures
10.1.2 Volume of Prisms and Cylinders
10.1.3 Volume of Pyramids and Cones
10.2 Surface Area
10.2.1 Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders
10.2.2 Surface Area of Pyramids and Cones
10.2.3 Changing Dimensions

11 Probability

11.1 Introduction to Probability
11.1.1 Probability
11.1.2 Experimental Probability
11.1.3 Make a List to Find Sample Spaces
11.1.4 Theoretical Probability
11.2 Applications of Probability
11.2.1 Making Predictions
11.2.2 Probability of Independent and Dependent Events
11.2.3 Combinations
11.2.4 Permutations

12 Multi-Step Equations and Inequalities

12.1 Multi-Step Equations
12.1.1 Solving Two-Step Equations
12.1.2 Solving Multi-Step Equations
12.1.3 Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides
12.2 Inequalities
12.2.1 Inequalities
12.2.2 Solving Inequalities by Adding or Subtracting
12.2.3 Solving Inequalities by Multiplying or Dividing
12.2.4 Solving Two-Step Inequalities
Frequently Asked Questions for Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math

How do Thinkwell courses work?

Your student watches a 5-10 minute online video lesson and then completes the automatically graded exercises for the topic, receiving instant correct-answer feedback, then moves on to the next lesson! The courses are self-paced, or you can use the daily lesson plans. Just like a textbook, you can choose where to start and end, or follow the standard table of contents.

When does my 12-month online subscription start?

It starts when you're ready. You can have instant access to your online subscription when you purchase online, or you can purchase now and start later.

What math courses should a student take?

A typical sequence of secondary math courses completed by a college-bound student is: Grade 6 Math > Grade 7 Math > Grade 8 Math > Algebra 1 > Geometry > Algebra 2 > Precalculus. For students looking to include Calculus as part of their high school curriculum and are able to complete Grade 7 Math in 6th grade, the sequence can be: Grade 7 Math > Prealgebra > Algebra 1 > Geometry > Algebra 2 > Precalculus > Calculus.

How is Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math different from the non-honors course?

There are additional advanced topics in Honors 7th Grade Math.

Does my student get school credit for Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math?

No, only schools are accredited and Thinkwell is not a school, though many accredited schools use Thinkwell.

Does Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math meet state standards?

Some states set standards for what topics should be taught in a particular course. Thinkwell does not have a course version for each state. Instead, the course is built to national standards to be inclusive of all states. View the content, standards, and objectives for our Honors 7th Grade Math course HERE . Websites such as www.achieve.org can help you determine your state's standards.

What if my student needs access to the course for more than 12 months?

You can extend your subscription for $19.95/month.

Can I share access with more than one student?

The courses are designed and licensed to accommodate one student per username and password; additional students need to purchase online access. This allows parents to keep track of each student's progress and grades.

How long does it take to complete Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math?

The pace of your course is up to you, but most students will schedule one school year.

Can I see my grade?

Thinkwell's course software tracks everything your student does. When logged in, your student can click "My Grades" to see their progress.

How are grades calculated?

The course grade is calculated this way: Quizzes: 30%, Chapter tests: 30%, Midterm: 20%, and Final: 20%.

What is acceptable performance on the exams?

As a homeschool parent, you decide the level of performance you want your student to achieve; the course does not limit access to topics based on performance on prior topics.

Can I get a transcript?

Yes, there's a final grade report print option in the My Grades section. Contact techsupport@thinkwell.com with any questions.

What if I change my mind and want to do a different math course, can I change?

If you discover that you should be in a different course, contact techsupport@thinkwell.com within one week of purchase and we will move you to the appropriate course.

Can I print the exercises?

Yes, but completing the exercises online provides immediate correct answer feedback and automatic scoring, so we recommend answering the exercises online.

Are exercises multiple choice?

Most of the exercises are multiple choice and they are graded automatically with correct answer solutions.

Is Thinkwell's Honors 7th Grade Math spiral or mastery-based?

Thinkwell math courses are mastery-based, ensuring students thoroughly grasp each concept before progressing to the next. While mastery is the primary goal, our courses integrate regular review opportunities strategically throughout the course material. These reviews reinforce previously learned material, solidifying understanding and identifying areas for improvement. By combining mastery-focused instruction with ongoing review, Thinkwell Math equips students with a strong foundation in mathematics, setting them up for long-term success in the subject.

What is Thinkwell's Refund Policy?

We offer a full refund of 12-month subscription purchases within 14 days of purchase, no questions asked. For Essential Review courses, the refund period is 3 days. Optional printed materials are printed on demand and the sales are final.

How does my school review this course?

Should your school need to review a Thinkwell course for any reason, have the school contact techsupport@thinkwell.com and we can provide them access to a demo site.

Do I get credits for a Thinkwell course?

Generally, only schools can award credits, and Thinkwell is not a school. We can provide you with a certificate of completion and a grade report. However, if you’re pursuing credit with a particular school or institution, it might be helpful to know that Thinkwell math courses are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) as a Supplementary Education Program. For California students, Thinkwell is also an approved A-G online publisher. Learn more about our accreditation HERE.

Is Thinkwell math conceptual or procedural?

Thinkwell’s approach to teaching and learning mathematics blends conceptual understanding with procedural fluency. Overall, we aim to strike a balance between concepts and procedures in our content which allows students to develop the skills and knowledge needed for success in mathematics. We recognize the importance of building a strong conceptual foundation when learning math. Prof. Burger emphasizes the "why" behind mathematical principles in the video lectures so that our students can develop a comprehensive understanding of the ideas underpinning the subject. We also believe in the benefits of procedural fluency, recognizing that mathematical proficiency requires not only understanding but also the ability to apply procedures accurately and efficiently. Through systematic practice, students master various mathematical techniques, ensuring they can solve problems confidently and accurately.

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