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  1. So my DD5 is pretty bright. I feel (though it might just be me being a hopeful parent). She has a pretty good sense of numbers, she can count to 100, knows how to count by 5s and 10s, and she’s starting to get an understanding of basic addition. I really just don’t want her to fall behind or start disliking/feeling like she’s bad at math (if that makes sense). I just don’t know how best to approach that and I figured if anyone did, it would be the amazing parents that do this as a full time job. 🙂
  2. Thank you all for your replies!! I will definitely look into games as a supplement. I have definitely heard good things about Peggy Kaye before, so I will look into those We have really enjoyed using math while setting the table and cooking!! She really enjoys doing that! We do some zoophonics now and that is what she will use in school. I like their curriculum style with that. We also have about a 20 minute commute in the morning and do lots of phonics practice in the morning to help with that as well!! I have never heard of bedtime math before. I will have to look into that as well!!
  3. Hello all! I have done a decent amount of reading on this site over the last 6 months as we try to decide how best to educate our kids. And I want to thank you all for your insights and willingness to share experiences (good and bad). My daughter is 5 and is in a preschool right. Her school next year will be starting everyday math with redbird and I know lots of people have strong feeing about this system. I have found a few posts about supplementing this at home but they are on the older side. my plan right now is supplement with SM dimensions but I was wondering if anyone has had good experiences filling the holes that everyday math leaves behind. thank you for your help!!
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