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  1. Okay, here's where we are. DS is in Singapore Math 5 and doing fine. He did Beast Academy 3 and 4 (not independently) and liked the series. However, he needs more work on the basics than BA was providing even with some extra practice with me, and his ITBS calculation scores went down. We will continue homeschooling at least through 8th grade. For high school, we might continue homeschooling, send him to either our zoned PS or a charter school (which both use integrated math I, II, III and then calculus or whatever from there). The charter is smaller, with narrower range o
  2. Dimension Math is very new, so you won't get a lot of answers. If I was beginning again, I think I would consider it, though. It addresses some of the "cons" of Singapore Math (better teaching resources and a complete 6th grade level). Unlike Math in Focus though, I think the levels are pretty much interchangeable between the regular Singapore books and the Dimensions, so if you don't like it, I think you'd be okay to switch. Probably for the youngest level, you won't need the TE, but I do think a lot of the teaching is in the TE for Dimensions because it is set up for a classroom. T
  3. CLE is not a program I have used yet, but I really like it. I think that program could be great for any kind of learner really. I already owned the Singapore math books which is why I always just started with SM with my children. One ended up on Horizon's, but like I said, I did not like it at all. It jumped all over the place. I went to the store and looked at it again and have no clue how that child liked it so much. I am guessing that child just did not like SM and Horizon's was better than SM for him. In hindsight, I think he would have loved CLE. When I have looked over CLE, I have just l
  4. Hi! I am ready to order our first math curriculum and noticed that on the Singapore math website there is a new version called “dimension math”. Has anyone used this one? Which one is recommended? Also, are the text books and teacher guides necessary? Thank you in advance!
  5. I have used Rainbow Resource, Christianbooks and ordered directly from Singapore Math in the past. But it's been a few years!
  6. Thank you all! Where is the best place to purchase the Singapore math books?
  7. Welcome!! Second grade was where I started with my kids, and now they are in seventh still chugging along:-) My son was very math accelerated, and needed very little repetition, so for 1-6 grade Singapore Math I compacted GREATLY. We only used Intensive Practice. For my less accelerated daughter I used Textbook, workbook and IP. We also used Beast Academy.
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  9. Son did not like BA at the 2A level. I have 3A level but we finished a level of Singapore Math and now he tests out of 3A. I am about to make an order from Rainbow resource and trying to decide if it is worth ordering another level of BA (3B) or if I need to just stop already. Is there a chance he would dislike BA 2A so much but then like a higher level? Or should I just forget it?
  10. It’s only the 6 year old who has that breakup for the 45 minute window. That’s based on what he currently does - approx 3 pages of Singapore math with a bit of instruction, 1 page of apples and pears, a reader and some copywork. It’s a good point though that we will probably take longer with math at least moving into grade 2 stuff. the 9 year old has 45 minute for math and 45 minutes for literacy focused subjects. Typically we do spelling workout 2 days and writing for 3 days and whatever time is left after that is for reading. It’s true she hasn’t got through as much as I would have
  11. I tried Singapore Math and it's really helpful. However, it depends on the students too. some are more at ease with the standard computational processes.
  12. We have been using Singapore Math for past 3 yrs and it’s going great.I got Beast academy beginning of the year and we just did couple of chapters and didn’t have time and recently finished 3A.I had purchased Guide and Practice book 3A and 3B.We are going to continue Singapore Math as Main curriculum planning to do Beast academy as supplement.We are going very slow and don’t do it regularly. We finish most of the SM during summer break.We use SM textbook and workbook.Can I skip guide book for BA and just get practice book?.Will we miss out anything?. Thanks.
  13. Would someone please tell me which edition of Singapore math is recommended-primary, common core, math in focus, deminsions, thinking, USA? Thank you
  14. Thanks to those that have chimed in thus far. After combing the resources here and taking into account input so far, I am considering the following: ALEKS Algebra II: A Fresh Approach Derek Owens Foerster Lial Saxon We have used nothing but Singapore Math 1-6 and AoPS so all of this is brand new to me. Dd has played around with other programs that we checked out of the library in the past but I did not get a good look at them. I have been looking at the tables of contents for each and I am realizing that dd has already covered much of the content in each
  15. I don’t have much knowledge/background in statistics and this math problem is not really explained in the teachers guide! singapore math 6B workbook pg 119 there is a table of men versus woman callers to a quiz on a radio station with 6 out of the 15 calls being men. what is the probability that the 16th caller is male? what is the probability that the 100th caller is female? I feel like I should know how to do this but I don’t and none of the problems that are demonstrated in the textbook are really similar conceptually.
  16. I decided to stick it out with Singapore Math longer. Funny thing, I was unsure if I should be starting with 3 or 4. Looking at book 3, he already has down the first half of the book. Out of the second half, some would be review that he could use more practice on for sure and some was new. I like how it teaches. I wanted to see what would be in BJU Math 4. I went to the website for BJU and the page would not load. I have been trying to load the page since Saturday. Finally, this morning, I found where I could see the table of contents on Rainbow Resource website. Yesterday, I tried to call BJU
  17. If you are disliking Singapore Math and your ds is hating it, I think it is a good idea to switch. Try BJU if it looks good to you. I don't think it is a mistake to try. You can always switch to something else if that's a no-go but maybe it will be the right thing. I do have to say for math, occasionally there is a "magic bullet" curriculum, one that just works really well with both teacher and parent.
  18. I like the way word problems are done better with BJU than Singapore Math. Singapore Math relies on rod diagrams for everything where as BJU will use a variety of pictures. For example, one specific problem in Singapore Math has 6 children, each giving $5 for something. Then it makes a rod diagram with links marked off to show it is 5 parts, each equal to six. This is okay and fine. But I like how BJU shows six sets of five which could be counted. For teaching multiplication, BJU spends a fair amount of time on skip counting and showing how repeat adding is the same thing and also on showing t
  19. We are switching from Singapore Math to BJU Math. I had wanted to finish the Singapore Math we were already working on before we started the BJU math. Honestly, I wish I had just started the year with BJU Math. I do not wish to leave the Singapore Math level we are working on undone. But likewise, I can see we need to skip the first few chapters of BJU Math 3. We are finishing up SM 2B. I just kind of have not liked Singapore Math much. I like it, it is okay. But I look at BJU and think I might like it even more. Plus, son complains a lot only about math and tells me how he hates math. For the
  20. Webster's Speller, Singapore Math, Dolciani Pre-Algebra and Algebra, MCT. Webster's Speller is so powerful for my remedial students, and was nice for my children as well.
  21. I know that the Singapore math home instructor guides used to have lots of verbal math drills in the back, not sure if that's still the case. It might be worth looking for used.
  22. I love Apples & Pears, Singapore Math, Lial's Introductory Algebra 8th ed, and https://www.teacherfilebox.com.
  23. All About Spelling Singapore Math Story of the World Derek Owens math
  24. FWIW, as mentioned above, CLE does do fractions from the beginning. The main fractions work (improper numbers, complex computation with fractions, etc) begins in the 500s series. When you line it up with common core, there are some minor “timing” differences—some things are covered “early” and some are covered slightly “late” but if you stay with the program through the 600 series it all gets done. There is more of an emphasis on real life problem solving than most cc programs but there isn’t as much flexibility of thinking about math as there is in, say, Singapore math.
  25. Struggling with how to tackle computation skills with ds who is about to turn 13. He is technically in 7th grade, and he is strong in math, but not advanced. We used Singapore Math K-5, then in 6th grade he did Singapore 6 and some LOF. While he understood the concepts in LOF, I felt like he wasn't getting enough computation practice, so we switched to Khan Math at the start of this year, in part because I feel strongly that his computation skills need to be sharper before he starts algebra. He claims to like it, but in my opinion he is relying too much on the multiple choice options (sometime
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