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  1. There is an online Singapore math teacher training class offered through many colleges. It is relatively inexpensive , and it would be fairly easy to use the methodologies with another method without having to necessarily throw away the wheel and start over. Singapore is more visual, but the biggest part of the lesson happens off the book, which isn’t necessarily apparent on the page.
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    I have for sale: Singapore Math Standards Edition 2A Textbook (barely used, slight marks where I erased drawings from a 1 year old on a couple pages) $10 $8 postage paid or OBO Singapore Math Standards Edition 2A Tests (never used, like new condition) $10 $8 postage paid or OBO Singapore Math Standards Edition 2A Home Instructors Guide (Light use, like new condition) $14 postage paid or OBO Sold All three of the above $30 postage paid or OBO Singapore Math Challenging Word Problems 1 (barely used, light markings in first few pages, rest like new. Good condition) $8 postage paid or OBO Sold I have more feedback on www.diaperswappers.com under the same user name. Thank you for the interest! Couldn't upload image to this site so here is my image of the above:

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  3. Hits: Typetastic Catholic Heritage Curricula Handwriting Year 3 (cursive) Evan Moor Building Spelling Skills Home-made Fairy Tales unit study using If the Wolf Were an Octopus (RFP) and Tales of Wonder (Circe Press) and lots of picture books Daily Mental Math Tin Man Press Start Thinking Grade 3 Singapore Math Story of Civilization Part 2 The Medieval world Scratch (on my own curriculum based partially on the Scratch coding cards) - this is by far their favorite thing we are doing. Misses: Writing and Rhetoric Fable - I had really hoped that this would jumpstart our writing in third grade but it has not worked for us. We are about 3 lessons in and I'm seriously considering jumping ship. The problem is I have no idea what to jump ship to. The Jury is Out: Beast Academy - I really loved 2A-2D, but the kids continue to complain about it. And they absolutely hated the online component - they prefer the practice pages. Memoria Press Latina Christiana - My husband likes it and is teaching it, but the kids vacillate between being excited to do something with Dad and hating the amount of work required to learn a language, especially Latin.
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  5. Saxon is a secular and popular math option. Singapore Math needs to make sense to YOU, first. All in ones: Calvert School, Laural Springs School, Oak Meadow, k12 (you may have the option to use them as a charter school for free), Keystone School has elementary through high school options. https://www.keystoneschoolonline.com Timberdoddle has secular packages. Pandia Press has a facebook page which will link you with hundreds of other secular only homeschoolers. PP publishes secular history and science. Another excellent place to start is Cathy Duffy's Review website. And of course, a lovely copy of The Well-Trained Mind. https://cathyduffyreviews.com/# Welcome to the Board!
  6. Dear All, I am glad to stumble upon this forum. My DD6 started 1st grade this year and i need some advice regarding which math program to follow after school. I got her enrolled in a JEI Learning center during summer and thinking of continuing her during school year. I see that a lot of you followed Singapore math and was wondering if i should introduce Singapore math in parallel as well ? JEI sessions are 1 hr a week and they basically send a work book as homework for the week. I am not sure if that's enough. Pls let me know if you have any suggestions/inputs regarding the same. Thanks!
  7. Hi all, I'm spinning off my own thread. Let's say my 8-year-old has good conceptual understanding (based on the work she does) and strong skills but is very frustrated with RightStart Math E (she is about 40 lessons in). I'm thinking about jumping ship and backing up a bit into a different curriculum (which I've done with all kids at some point between D and late E). Big sister jumped into MEP and it has been exactly right for her (big picture thinker, doesn't want someone breaking things down into nitty gritty details). Big brother did Singapore Math 5 and 6 as independent study before beginning AOPS, which he's been very successful with. Both enjoy math now, though Big Sister didn't at the time of leaving RightStart. I'm thinking she needs to feel successful, so I'll probably back her up. I think she needs variety each day because she can solve problems well but gets easily overwhelmed when there are a lot of one type. I insist on conceptual understanding and not just algorithmic. We'll probably split math into two sessions each day, and one can be game playing - I have some fun games that aren't "math" games but are good for math. I'm fine sitting by her for up to 45 minutes a day (which is what I had to do for the first 3 months of MEP with her older sister) and working through every little bit with her and I don't think independence would be a virtue for her. What curriculum might be good for her? Thanks, Emily
  8. I am dealing with some major attitude issues with dd1 right now. I would prefer to just have her work for a set length of time on math each day, but if I give her a time limit, she will work very slowly so she doesn't have to do much. Her math is taking FOREVER since we started the school year, and dh thinks maybe I am assigning too much work per day. So I'm wondering what other moms think is reasonable for a given length of time. How long would you expect a page of math to take your third grader on average? Or how many pages would you expect your student to reasonably finish in an hour? For a kid using Singapore math 4 intensive practice and challenging word problems, who is bright in math.
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    Hello, I have the following for sale. The price includes media mail shipping. I am open to offers. Thank you--Judith. Shiller Math 1. Lesson Book Four + Answer Guide (the cover and first pages of the answer guides have a permanent crease in them). Both books are clean. $40 ppd. 2. Lesson Book Five + Answer Guide. Excellent unused condition. $45 ppd. 3. Lesson Book Six + Answer Guide. The lesson book is somewhat bent but in overall excellent unused condition. $45 ppd. 4. Fractions Lesson Book + Answer guide. Excellent unused condition. $45 ppd. 5. Shiller Math Kit II Songs CD. $5 ppd. ************************************************************************************ Big Ideas in Math 1. Building Big Ideas Grades 3-5. Evan Maletsky and Mary Kay Varley. Excellent unused condition. $4 ppd. 2. Building Big Ideas Grades 6-8. Evan Maletsky and Mary Kay Varley. Excellent unused condition. $8 ppd. ************************************************************************************* Dandy Lion Publications 1. Enrichment Units in Math Book 1 (Grades 2-3). Excellent unused condition. $8 ppd. 2. Enrichment Units in Math Book 2 (Grades 4-6) Excellent unused condition. $8 ppd. ************************************************************************************* Singapore Math 1. 4. Primary Mathematics 3A Home Instructor's Guide (Standards edition). Very good condition. $17 ppd. 2. Primary Mathematics 5B Textbook (Standard. Edition) Some markings, which I have erased. $10 ppd. 3. Primary Mathematics 5B Teacher’s Guide. Excellent condition. $20 ppd. ************************************************************************************* Miquon Math 1. Miquon Math Lab Materials: 1) First-Grade Diary 2) Notes to Teachers 3) Lab Sheet Annotations. All in good condition. $20 ************************************************************************************* RightStart Mathematics 1. RightStart Mathematics Level E Lessons for Home Educators. Very good condition. $40 ppd. ************************************************************************************* Key To… 1. Key to Measurement Books 1-4 + Answer Key. Book 1 is used. $10 ppd. 2. Key to Decimals Books 1-4 + Answer Key. All books are unused. $10 ppd. 3. Key to Fractions. Books 1-4 + Answer Key. Books 1 + 2 are used. $7 ppd. 4. Key to Metric Measurement. Books 1-3 + Answer Key. Book 1 is used. $5 ppd. 5. Key to Percents. Books 1-3 + Answer Key. Book 1 is used. $7 ppd. ************************************************************************************* Random 1. Kaleidoscope Math. Grades 2-3. Cindi & Jim Mitchell. Unused. $9 ppd. 2. Mad Minute. Grades 1-8. Unused, but some discolorations. $15 ppd. 3. Casting Nines. Grades 3-8. Susan C. Anthony. Unused. $7 ppd. 4. Catholic Math Activities. Mary Ann Grobbel. Excellent condition. $5 ppd. 5. Rod and Staff Exploring Numbers 3 ©1982. Good condition. $9 ppd.

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    All items are in excellent to very good condition unless otherwise noted. I can send pictures if requested. Postage is not included. Please give me your zip code and I will let you know the shipping costs. These are all the Standards Edition. 4A HIG - $14 4A Textbook - $10 4B - HIG - $14 4B - Tests - $9 6A Textbook - $10 6B Textbook - $10 6B Teacher's Guide - $27

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  13. I am struggling with the thought that my oldest will be 10 in the summer and "5th" grade level in the coming "school year". This last year we have had several changes and I've been really lax since Nov/Dec. Our boys all started the school year and a small private school in our old home town. We moved about 30 mins away at the end of Sept and pulled them out. We tried one of the K12 styled online programs in our state but by Thanksgiving I was fed up with their approach. We dropped that and took a small break. ODS has been doing B.A. online 3A and has finished all Singapore Math 3A & 3B and we are reviewing throuth 4A currently. We had started MCT back in 2 grade when we brought him home for that year and so we picked back up in January where we had left off. He's finished Grammar Island and we are half way through Sentence Island and he's about half way through practice Island. I'm just not sure if we want to move on to the Town Levels in the fall. I kinda feel like I need something more structured and something that my husband can see that we are actively working through. I will have a "2nd" 7 yr old and a 5 yr old that's starting to do some work, mostly we will be doing AAR level 1 with him and Singapore Math. I am also at a complete loss on how to approach history and science. I tend to enjoy more of a relaxed approach (we mostly be watching Liberty's Kids and reading Rush Revere) but my husband is more of a "schedule and check list" personality. So any suggestions on L.A., History and Science to look at that would be good for a super distract-able 5th grade boy that will be traveling the country with his family this next year would be hightly appreciated!
  14. My seven year old son LOVES reading- he is a voracious reader and will read anything he can get his hands on. His favorites have been Harry Potter (he is just finishing book two, and we will stop him after that for now as the books get darker in nature), The Chronicles of Narnia, and he also loves more twaddley books like Dog Man and Captain Underpants. He is learning cursive (so far, he hates it), is on 3a of Singapore Math. He does NOT love Math, but he is very good at it. He loves science, nature and the outdoors. As for cartoons, his favorites are Teen Titans and Gumball. He also loves Minecraft (though were severely limit his access to any electronics) and LEGO. He spends a lot of time riding his bike and hanging out with his dog. He also loves his PE class where he can hang out with all of his friends for a couple of hours.
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  18. Hi, Folks, I have been absent from this board so long that I had a notice on a post 3 years old! 😂 Today, however, I decided to pop back in and say thanks to my people who got me through the early years and on the right track. Next week we graduate our youngest. Homeschooling, despite its successes and stomach-pitting vertical drops, has been good to us. I won't go into the full story here, but with the youngest fully dual enrolled and now about to ship off to college, the dc have made the transition well. DS has a 4.0 and loves university, which is an amazing miracle to those who know our story. DD is headed to her dream school, a top ranked, small Christian college in the Midwest, fully funded for the first two years, with a hope to pursue a calling to use data analytics to help rescue victims of human trafficking. She is an overcomer. All those years spent in patient, sometimes frustrated, slogging away—accommodating learning "differences" and whatever else was going on—they all paid off. DD wound up with multiple scholarships and awards, and worked diligently, steadily, and determinedly for each and every one. 🎉🎉 (What happened to the party emoji?) I want to thank you all for my best homeschooling finds. It began by focusing on the true, the beautiful and the good and making liberal use of nature study and narration of all types in the younger years, thanks to Charlotte Mason and Classical Education. After good old Charlotte, you all introduced me to Don and Jenny Killgallon and Michael Clay Thompson (who collectively got my kids 35s or 36s on the English portion of the ACT), as well as Singapore Math, and Singapore Science, which landed me my career after active teaching wrapped up. I never would have been in a position to take the leap if not for you. I just got paid for writing the Math in Focus 2020 Edition teachers manual (grade 4). Rejoice with me! Thanks for being a community I could come to and find answers to questions I didn't even know I had. For those of you exhausted today from working with a seven-year-old you know is incredibly bright, but who has trouble holding a pencil and melts down occasionally from sensory overload, the successful end to all this is a lot closer than it feels. If sometimes a tear slips down your cheek from being overwhelmed, or the resistance you face is fierce and you're not sure you can make it, let me reassure you that you can, and the rewards that follow are that much sweeter. I've been a member here since before the board euphemisms teA and bOOks came into being, way back when Ree wasn't the Pioneer Woman and she would give stuff away from her junk drawer. It's been a long time, but not long at all. Thanks, SWB for making it all possible, and for hosting this community so we can set our kids up for success. I am so grateful for the space, and for all of you who spent the time making research and execution a bit easier for the rest of us. 💜
  19. We use Singapore math. Typically, I teach a lesson using the HIG as a guide, work the example problems from the textbook together, and then assign the workbook as independent work. Then I check the work that day and have the child fix any missed problems. WELL---my daughter has some bad habits when it comes to math. She *always* misses about half of the problems. (This is not a new problem. She has done this her entire school career since first grade!) In an actual class, she would probably just get an F on every assignment...right? And then she may have to repeat the class if she fails the subject. But in our homeschool, failure is not really an option...right? The goal is to teach. I won't move on until she shows she understands and can do these types of problems. SO--- I hand her back the assignment and she corrects her careless mistakes until she gets a 100%. She can always correct her work, and so I believe the problem is not in understanding...the problem is not being careful. I was hoping that the natural consequence of having to re-do half her math each day would be enough to help her start to do better. Her school day is going longer because she wasn't careful the first time. However, after 4 years, that doesn't seem to be working. (hitting myself on the head.) My concern is how I can prepare her for a class that mom isn't teaching.....when you can't just re-do your math each day. The answer you give the first time counts. BTW--She also does the same things on tests/quizzes when I give those.
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    Hi everyone, It's time to clear the shelves for next year's curriculum! :) Prices below don't include shipping - I put the weights below and the Media Mail quote, but I am glad to combine shipping. Books come from a smoke-free, pet-free home. Please PM me if interested - thank you! 1) Singapore Math Standards Level 2 lot : $21 : SOLD Includes 2A text, 2B text, Intensive Problems. Like new condition. 2) Singapore Math 1B (New Syllabus) lot : $11 Includes 1B text, Workbooks 1B-1 and 1B-2. Like new condition. Weight: 22.2 oz / $2.98 Media Mail This was purchased in Singapore in 2011 (so it includes local fruit and coins). The workbooks provide plenty of problems for practice! 3) RightStart C set: $50 : SOLD Includes lesson book, worksheets. Weight: 54 oz / Media Mail: $3.88 Text is in very good condition, worksheets are in good condition (first 3 pages had been written in. I erased as cleanly as I could). 4) Singapore Chinese Grade 1 set: $15 Includes texts 1A, 1B and workbooks 1A, 1B. Weight: 33.3 oz / Media Mail: $3.43 Like new condition. 5) Story of the World Activity Guides: $16 each or $60/set : SOLD Volumes 1-4. Like new condition. Weight (respectively): 37.2 oz, 53.5 oz, 48.9 oz, 53.2 oz. Total weight: 192.8 oz / Media Mail: $7.81 6) Edward Zaccaro's "Scammed by Statistics": $7 : SOLD Good condition. Weight: 17 oz, Media Mail: $2.98 If the photos above are too small, you can view the original photos here. Thank you for looking!

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  21. Just to clarify, both the US edition and the standards edition use US money. :) Both also teach both the metric and imperial units when measuring. To the OP: Both editions of Singapore math are wonderful, and there isn't *that* much of a difference IMHO. :) I've used both, and have personally preferred the standards edition. Here are some handy hints to help make your decision: 1) Check out samples of the HIG for both editions for a couple of the grades. This will probably be one of the biggest differences. Example: US HIG for 4A vs Standards HIG for 4A 2) Check out the scope and sequence chart- Pay attention to WHEN concepts are introduced for each version. As you can see, a few things are introduced earlier in the standards "S" version compared to the "U" version. But, you can also see that both paths pretty much get you to the same place. The only exception is toward the bottom of this chart. Quite a few concepts are only taught in the "S" version. I think you will tend to see this difference towards the later elementary grades. 3) Will you supplement quite a bit with other Singapore books? Both the extra practice (for kids struggling needing more practice) and the intensive practice (for advanced kids who need harder problems) are tied to the US version. Of course, I have always used the standard version and paired it with the US extra practice books and things have been FINE. :) It just means I need to buy the books from a different section on the Rainbow Resource page. 5) How much built-in review? The standard version contains a lot more cumulative review than the US version. It has a cumulative review for each unit. I found I had to add this myself when using the US version. --- To answer your other question, MOST kids will do just fine with the HIG + Textbook + Workbook combination. All the other books can be added to personalize your program. But I would try the regular combination first. You might need to add the extra practice books in if your kid needs more practice with a concept. (Or, I tend to use the math mammoth topical workbooks for extra practice. They are cheaper. And I can download what I need immediatly and only IF I happen to need it. There is nothing worse than paying for a workbook that sits unused on your shelf! ) You might want to add in the challenging word problems or FAN books if you want more word problems. (But the regular textbook and workbook contain plenty of wonderful word problems.) You might want to administer tests. (OR, you could use the cumulative reviews as "tests") You might need to buy a mental math book if your child isn't getting the mental math concepts. BUT--I would say that you won't know any of these things until you try the HIG + Textbook + Workbook combination first. I use "just" the regular combination, and my kids have always tested very well in math. I am not saying that as a brag. My kids are NOT gifted mathematically; I would describe them as regular kids. (In fact, they even have quite a few LDs.) It is just that so many concepts are introduced earlier in Singapore math compared to the standard US math track. So kids tend to test very well compared to other US students. Plus, the word problems in singapore (even in their "regular" textbook/workbook) are more challenging than most math programs. So they tend to think the word problems on standardized tests are ridiculously easy. Here is a standard day in our house: 1) Teach the lesson to the child using the HIG as a guide. (It is very scripted and even shows pictures of what you are supposed to do with the manipulatives as you teach the lesson.) 2) Work some problems together from the textbook. We might do all of the problems or just some if I feel like they are getting the concept. We tend to do these on the white board. 3) Send the child off to complete the workbook. At the end of the day the child checks and corrects their work until they have 100% correct. (We also had to supplement math fact drill in the early ages. And a few concepts required more practice than this. For example, long division tends to be a tricky topic for most kids.)
  22. With Beast, it's hard to say how a kid will react to it until you actually try it out. That being said, I did not use Beast 2 as it did not exist when we were doing it. Beast 3A, Chapter 1 Geometry is not easy. IME, it's the toughest chapter in Beast 3. In fact on their website, they suggest that if it is too difficult or frustrating to skip it and loop back later. Saxon never appealed to me personally because it is far too spiral for us and moves too incrementally. Singapore Math worked very well for us especially the Intensive Practice and Challenging Word Problems books. Some families choose to only do the TB with the IP and/or CWP. I think that the best part of SM are the word problems. I actually used both SM and BA as I think there are weaknesses and strengths with both programs. DS wrapped up AOPS pre-A which he primarily self-taught himself with the book in about 7 months. Cleo Borac has a series of books called Competitive Math for Gifted Students which is pretty good. I sincerely hope that the revised edition does not have so many solution errors as the first edition. Zaccaro's Challenge Math series is another good resource. Glen Ellison's Hard Math for Elementary for upper elementary students is excellent as well. Borenson's Hands On Equations will be good fit for your son if he responds so well to visual approach to word problems. The HOE book of word problems is really good. We also did a lot of logic type books as well. Maybe consider Math Kangaroo for a low key math competition? He could do it next year.
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    Cleaning off my shelves, so here is part of it... For sale (all in like-new condition unless otherwise marked), paypal only:-) media mail shipping included Math Horizons Math 3 Teacher's Guide, ($20) this is $40 on CBD when it is on sale Horizons Math 2 Teacher's Guide, ($20) this is $40 on CBD when it is on sale Horizons Math 1 Teacher's Guide, ($20) again $40 on sale at CBD Horizons Math K Teacher's Guide, ($16) this is $32 on sale at CBD Singapore Primary Mathematics 1, Challenging Word Problems, ($5) SOLD Singapore 1A textbook, ($5) Singapore 2A textbook, and instructor's guide, ($10) Singapore 2B textbook, ($5) Singapore 2B textbook, workbook, intensive practice and instructor's guide, ($18) Singapore 3A textbook, workbook, intensive practice and instructor's guide, ($18) SOLD Singapore 3B textbook, workbook, intensive practice and instructor's guide, ($18) SOLD Singapore 4A textbook, workbook, intensive practice and instructor's guide, ($18) SOLD Singapore 4B textbook, workbook, and instructor's guide, ($14) SOLD Us edition, miles cavendish, same as sold by sonlight:-) Language Arts First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind Level 3TG ($12) Spelling Power main book, Cd and activity cards set (10th anniv edition, 2004, like new) ($45)

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    I am selling off my Singapore Math books, Primary Mathematics (Standard Edition for years 1 through 4. This lot is Textbooks 2A and 2B and the two accompanying Home Instructors Guides. The other years are posted in separate ads. The books are used, but in good to very good condition. In both the HIGs and the textbooks, my scheduling information is penciled in. In the table with the suggested weekly schedule at the start of each HIG, I typically circled the page numbers corresponding for the end of the week and marked the date for the week. The Mental Math exercises also have dates or checkmarks to show what we did. In the textbooks, I typically circled the page number for the last page to be done for the week and wrote in the word "Friday." A few individual exercises have dates marked next to them. In addition to the scheduling information I penciled in, there may be occasional stray marks or very minor soiling or tears resulting from the use of the books by a single student. (Actually, I don't notice any damage of this type in Books 2A and 2B, but I have not inspected every page and don't want to guarantee that you might not find some very minor damage or soiling. I think you will be pleased with the condition of the books.) To minimize the hassle of shipping the books (and to reduce costs), I would like to sell the four books for each year as a bundle. Keep in mind that you will need to purchase the A and B Workbooks (which are consumable) from another source. Also, it appears that the publisher plans to ultimately discontinue this edition (although In April 2015, they said that no editions would be discontinued within the next 2 to 3 years). So if you are not buying workbooks right away, be sure to monitor the singaporemath.com web site to make sure you have purchased all the workbooks you need before they are discontinued. I have included the price of shipping by USPS media mail in my price.

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    I am selling off my Singapore Math books, Primary Mathematics (Standard Edition for years 1 through 4. This lot is Textbooks 3A and 3B and the two accompanying Home Instructors Guides. The other years are posted in separate ads. The books are used, but in good to very good condition. In both the HIGs and the textbooks, my scheduling information is penciled in. In the table with the suggested weekly schedule at the start of each HIG, I typically circled the page numbers corresponding for the end of the week and marked the date for the week. The Mental Math exercises also have dates or checkmarks to show what we did. In the textbooks, I typically circled the page number for the last page to be done for the week and wrote in the word "Friday." A few individual exercises have dates marked next to them. In addition to the scheduling information I penciled in, there may be occasional stray marks or very minor soiling or tears resulting from the use of the books by a single student. (Actually, I don't notice any damage of this type in Books 3A and 3B, but I have not inspected every page and don't want to guarantee that you might not find some very minor damage or soiling. I think you will be pleased with the condition of the books.) To minimize the hassle of shipping the books (and to reduce costs), I would like to sell the four books for each year as a bundle. Keep in mind that you will need to purchase the A and B Workbooks (which are consumable) from another source. Also, it appears that the publisher plans to ultimately discontinue this edition (although In April 2015, they said that no editions would be discontinued within the next 2 to 3 years). So if you are not buying workbooks right away, be sure to monitor the singaporemath.com web site to make sure you have purchased all the workbooks you need before they are discontinued. I have included the price of shipping by USPS media mail in my price.

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