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  1. I'm trying to plan where to go from here with my son as we head into 1st grade. My son has severe ADHD, Sensory processing disorder, and autism. Would you be very concerned about a boy on the cusp of his 6th birthday who is just starting to sound out CVC words? People seem concerned that he's not reading yet. He just in the past month started blending CVC words. I can only get him to focus on reading for 5 minutes at a time because he hates reading so much so it's very slow going. Most first grade level boxed programs I'm ruling out because he'd be behind their LA programs for reading an
  2. We used Singapore Math for elementary. They do introduce variables along the way so dd already had seen them before we started AOPS. Doesn't Beast Academy do this? It came out after we were done with SM.
  3. I pilot tested grade 2 with my youngest daughter this year, so while I haven't done grade 1 I can tell you how grade 2 went, which I believe is a very similar format. As far as enough practice, I think there is plenty of practice for a child to "master" the concepts that are taught. A lot of the practice comes during the teaching part of the lesson through hands-on activities or games. The worksheets are to be done after the lesson, and yes, the worksheets themselves are pretty short. Another thing to keep in mind is that everything that is taught is constantly reviewed throughout the yea
  4. Hi! Wondering if anybody has used the Wisdom Wonder math videos? They have Singapore Math Kindergarten and Grade 1 Here are sample videos : https://www.youtube.com/c/WisdomWonderProject/videos Looking for Kindergarten Math for DD -- don't know what route to go yet... Rod and Sfaff is an option too... Which one would you pick if you would start from the begninning? Thanks so much!
  5. We are on 6A of Singapore Math Primary US edition. I am trying to decide what to do next year. I am unsure if we will go on and finish 6B and then look to go elsewhere, or if I will seek to have us just start whatever we are moving on to in the fall. I know in the past, when we finished through 6B, we just moved on to algebra. I am also considering Dimensions Math. But I am unsure what DM will count as. As in, when done with DM 7 and 8, do you just go on to algebra 2? Or will you still need geometry? And if I switch to an American program, it will be either Dolciani Structure and Method or Jac
  6. Time Left: 1 hour and 4 minutes

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    Singapore Math: Primary Mathematics Intensive Practice, U.S. Edition: 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B Primary Mathematics Textbook, U.S. Edition, 3A Primary Mathematics Challenging Word Problems, U.S. Edition, Books: 2, 3, 4 Beast Academy: Math 3 A practice Book Please contact me for prices. Thanks.


  7. I'm helping my friend transition her almost 3rd grader to Singapore. To me, it looks like the main difference between the two is bar graphs and the introduction to multiplication. Is there an inexpensive way to cover those topics without buying the whole 2nd grade level of Singapore? Thanks!
  8. My only beef with Singapore math over the many years I have used it is what seems like a lack of review. While I knew and experienced that I forgot It here with my last kid and don't know if I have ever figured out the best way to fix it. My youngest is finishing up 5B at the end of 4th grade, and while he picks up the concepts well he doesn't really remember them very well over time. Give me ideas on how I should go forward. Should I spend the summer in 5B intensive practice? Should I go ahead a start 6A since it is mostly review and do the 5B intensive practice each a couple of day
  9. I think it's a good idea to make educational benefits available throughout someone's lifetime. I had mentioned somewhere - to dh maybe - that if it is free "two years of community college," I'd like it to be phrased in such a way that it is by number of credits, not calendar years, so that it can be spread out to meet the needs of more people. I agree that it should also be available to people doing vocational training, not just people who are seeking degrees. I absolutely agree on higher compensation for teachers - it will prove to attract more talented teacher. The income discrepancy b
  10. Hi there, and welcome to the WTM forums! What a great plan you have put together for your son! I think people often try to jam loads of stuff into the early years and are then surprised when they burn out by Christmas; your approach of focusing on reading, math and letter formation with a couple of fun extras - nature walks and Story of the World in your case - is so smart and will serve you well. I have two boys and a girl, all seemingly neurotypical, so I can't speak to the specific challenges your son has. BUT - what you're describing is in many ways a match for my boys! I want to
  11. My 10-year old son doesn't enjoy math. We have used Singapore Primary US edition for the last 4 years and although he does very well, he just does not enjoy it. I would like to him to develop a love of learning (he is happy with his other curricula), while I keep him in Singapore Math. I really believe in the program and I have been very comfortable teaching it. I was wondering if switching to Dimensions for 5th grade would be our answer? I do not want to switch to an entirely different program. Thank for your input!
  12. Son will be done with Singapore math 5B next week which means he went through it in a month. He is a fast learner and particularly good at math. I already have the 6A and 6B textbooks. This is the US edition. Looking at the scope and sequence for Dimensions, it is clear he has already covered 6A in dimensions and would start with 6B. He could also do Math Mammoth, not sure if that would be on par with Singapore Math, but would be nice for him to be a little independent. Math is my favorite subject to teach so I don't NEED him to be independent. And we could just continue and finish 6A and 6B o
  13. I came across The Well-Trained Mind, first edition, when my friend was considering homeschooling her children. I bought it for her and we took turns reading it. She ended up sending her kids to school. I sent mine for three years, but it was very clear that with his high-functioning ASD, he was somehow going to be ahead of the others academically but constantly punished and shamed for his inability to intuit proper attitudes and behaviors, so I remembered WTM and homeschooling and pulled him from school. Best decision ever. My friend, Captain Uhura began homeschooling as well. According to my
  14. Son has finished Singapore Math 5B. He also did BJU math 5. I like to use different programs for review so that he gets different styles and approaches. Our main program is Singapore Math. I am trying to decide if we should move on to Singapore Math 6A now, or, if I should pick something and just spend the remainder of the year reviewing. I can see Math Mammoth has review books for a grade. Horizon's Math sells by the semester so a one semester book might work well for review. I could just do various books from Keys to. (don't worry, I would look over scope and sequence for the various books
  15. Anyone use the NWEA MAP test for their kids to gauge academic progress? My twins are finishing up 4th grade and we have taken this test twice - once in April their second grade year, and again just recently for their fourth grade year. I'll be honest that I picked this standardized test primarily because it was available online, on the computer, so I could do it at home and I was allowed to proctor it for my kids. The progress report that you get does give you both a score (and range that score falls into) as well as a "this is typical of a...." grade level. We used https://homeschoo
  16. I used RightStart C with my son last year, and we flew through it. I decided to switch to Singapore 3A & B this year mostly because I wanted my son to be more independent with his math. I chose the Standard Edition because I read that it provides more instruction in the HIG. So, we are half way through the year. I like that Singapore feels more challenging that RS. But, at times, everything feels rushed. In order to get through reviews, tests, cumulative tests, and the daily workbook is quite a challenge. In fact, I feel like there is enough in 1 book to fill out an entire yea
  17. Time Left: 8 days and 1 hour

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    Singapore Math Standard edition Textbooks 4A, 4B - Used Both workbooks are gently used with minimal to no markings. selling the set for $30 + shipping I take paypal.


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    Singapore Mathematics - Standards edition (Used) 5A - Textbook 5B- Textbook Both books are gently used, no highlights, minimal markings. Almost in new condition except cover creases I take paypal.


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    Singapore Mathematics - Standards edition (Used) - $30 both books 6A - Textbook 6B- Textbook Both books are gently used, no highlights, minimal markings. Almost in new condition except cover creases


  20. In planning for the year, I have narrowed down my math choices to either MM or Singapore Primary, US edition. I like them both. Help me decide, please. Which did you choose and why? Which has more hand-holding for the teacher and student? Singapore Specific Questions: How did you correlate all the text/wkbk/Intensive Practice/CWP books? I found weekly breakdowns on the Singapore Live site. She has the kids skip the textbook problems in favor of using the wkbk/IP/CWP bks. That still seems like a lot to me. Could one skip the wkbk entirely and just use the IP/CWP instead alongside the
  21. Hi all! I have my first budding Logic stage kiddo & two more to follow in the future. We have been using Singapore Primary since the oldest was in 4th grade but we started in the middle of that school yr & I believe we started in 3B (may have even been 3A). He is now (6th grade yr) half way through 5A (a bit behind our schedule) but we have now planned what he needs to do each week to finish all level 5 by the end of May. I am trying to decide if I should have him move to Pre-Algrebra in the fall (7th grade) or if he should do level 6 in 7th grade & Pre-Algrebra in 8th. It seems to
  22. This is terrific to hear, and hopefully it will spread to other areas. There is also a Math Teacher Circle movement that's gaining some momentum. More math and less pedagogy! We may have powerful textbook publishers to blame here. I know in California, textbooks must be replaced every 7 years. I thought Singapore Math was among those that were approved but I don't see it on this list.
  23. My 5 yr old has been watching lessons with my 3rd grader and seems to be retaining a lot. He can add two digit numbers in his head, understands what fractions are, and multiplies numbers that are small or are 10. So, 3 times 4 or 10 times 9. He understands the concept of 100 times something and a 1000 times something. He loves math right now because it is fun and more of a game. He is my last child and I do not wish to spend tons of money buying a bunch of new stuff. I already have Singapore Math Primary US edition. I have all levels of textbooks and then level 1 of work book for him. Should
  24. Hello, everyone. I'm beginning homeschooling in the fall with my oldest son who will be in 1st grade. I'm looking at doing a combination of Saxon and Singapore math. I'm wondering about the two editions of Singapore: U.S. and Standards. What is the difference? Do you have a preference? Does it matter what I pick? I appreciate your help. Thanks!
  25. What's the best math class for this kid? Rising sixth grader. He went through Singapore Math in the early grades. I've switched him over to Beast Academy. He has finished Khan Academy Pre-algebra and BA5. While I could continue teaching him math, I think at this point, he'd benefit from a group of kids in a class where he can share problem solving strategies. I had him do the AOPS placements. He's either clearly ready for Pre-Algebra 2 or almost ready for Algebra I. He also has a mild dyslexia, so the AOPS book is too text heavy. He vastly prefers the format of BA to their PA book. He als
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