infyni Kids

Live Daily Tuition Classes

With our daily 1-1 classes for Grade 4, your child will be provided the right help and support to navigate difficult subjects. They begin to learn in a fun and exciting environment that makes them take a liking to academic subjects.

Live Course

Live Class: Friday, 15 Mar

Enrolled: 1

Duration: 20 Hours

Sessions: 5 classes per month

Offered by: infyni

Live Course
$100 /Per Month $250 60% off

$20 /Per Hour

About Course

Live daily online tuition classes are a powerful way of helping students cover the curriculum. For 9-year-olds, in particular, these classes offer numerous advantages that can significantly contribute to their academic growth and overall development.

1. Personalized Attention:

Our 1-1 tuition classes provide a platform for personalized attention, allowing instructors to tailor their teaching methods to suit the individual needs and learning styles of each child. Your child receive the support and guidance necessary to grasp challenging concepts effectively.

2. Interactive Learning Environment:

Through live online classes, 9-year-olds can engage in interactive learning experiences that promote active participation and stimulate their curiosity. Interactive activities, such as quizzes, discussions, and virtual experiments, make the learning process more engaging and enjoyable for young learners.

3. Flexibility and Convenience:

One of the key advantages of online tuition classes is the flexibility and convenience they offer. Children can eliminate the need for travel and adhere to a schedule that fits their daily routine, leading to improved time management skills.

4. Access to Qualified Instructors:

Live daily online tuition classes provide access to a diverse pool of qualified instructors who specialize in various subjects. These instructors bring expertise and enthusiasm to their teaching, inspiring 9-year-olds to explore new concepts and develop a deeper understanding of the material. 

Infyni's daily online tuition classes offer numerous advantages for 9-year-olds, including personalized attention, an interactive learning environment, flexibility, and access to qualified instructors. 

Classes are held 5 times / week for an hour each. To join us for a free live trial with our expert instructors give us a call at +1-813-944-3309 or drop us a mail at

Course Offerings

  • Instructor Led Live sessions
  • Clarify doubts during session
  • Access Session Recordings
  • Attend on mobile and Tablet
  • Assessments and Competition
  • Direct Messages
  • Feedback from Instructor
  • Full lifetime Resources
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Topics
  • Instructor (1)
  • Understanding the classification of living things.

  • Recognizing different habitats and the organisms that live within them.
  • Identifying the basic needs of living things for survival.

  • Exploring the digestive system and understanding the role of teeth in the digestion process.
  • Investigating the life cycles of animals, including mammals, amphibians, insects, and birds.
  • Understanding the importance of exercise, diet, and hygiene for human health
  • Investigating the requirements for plant growth, including water, light, and nutrients.
  • Understanding the functions of different parts of plants, such as roots, stems, leaves, and flowers.
  • Exploring the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation, and germination.
  • Identifying and comparing the properties of solids, liquids, and gases.
  • Understanding changes in states of matter, including melting, freezing, evaporation, and condensation.
  • Investigating the water cycle and its importance in the environment.
  • Exploring how sound is produced and how it travels through different materials.
  • Investigating the relationship between the pitch and volume of sounds.
  • Understanding how the ear detects and processes sound.
  • Investigating simple circuits and understanding how electricity flows through them.
  • Recognizing common electrical components, such as batteries, wires, bulbs, and switches.
  • Understanding basic safety precautions when working with electricity.
  • Exploring different types of forces, including pushes, pulls, and friction.
  • Investigating the effects of forces on objects, such as changes in motion and shape.
  • Understanding the properties of magnets and how they attract or repel certain materials.
  • Developing scientific skills, such as observation, prediction, measurement, and experimentation.
  • Asking questions, planning investigations, and recording and analyzing data.
  • Drawing conclusions and evaluating evidence based on scientific findings.
  • These topics are designed to provide a foundation in scientific knowledge and inquiry skills, fostering curiosity and critical thinking in Year 4 students. The curriculum may vary slightly between different schools or educational authorities, but these are the general expectations for Key Stage 2 Science in the UK.
  • Understanding and working with numbers up to 10,000.
  • Recognizing the place value of each digit in a four-digit number.
  • Comparing and ordering numbers.
  • Adding and subtracting numbers with up to 4 digits using written methods.
  • Solving addition and subtraction problems mentally, including with large numbers.
  • Memorizing multiplication tables up to 12x12.
  • Using mental and written methods to solve multiplication and division problems.
  • Understanding the relationship between multiplication and division.
  • Recognizing and understanding fractions as parts of a whole and as numbers.
  • Comparing and ordering fractions with the same denominator.
  • Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator.
  • Understanding decimal notation and place value.
  • Adding and subtracting amounts of money, including giving change.
  • Solving problems involving money and decimals.
  • Measuring and comparing lengths, mass, volume, capacity, and time using appropriate units.
  • Converting between different units of measurement.
  • Solving problems involving measurement.
  • Identifying and describing the properties of 2D and 3D shapes.
  • Recognizing angles as a property of shape.
  • Identifying lines of symmetry in 2D shapes.
  • Interpreting and presenting data using bar charts, pictograms, and tables.
  • Solving one-step and two-step problems using information presented in scaled bar charts and pictograms.