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  1. at six and eight they are not behind academically, schools have the ability to teach them where they are even if they don't know a word of English and have never attended a school anywhere. The school will evaluate everyone for placement when they are back in session. lessons will be differentiated for the various instructional needs in the classroom -- in my area, the teachers commonly report that they are struggling when its five or more grade levels of instructional need in one whole class lesson and they can't offer enrichment, but they always have the ability to give an unclassified stud
  2. My upcoming 6th grader has finished Beast Academy back in December. We moved onto AoPS Pre-A, and she hates it (we got about halfway through chapter 5 before deciding it was a bad fit). We've tried a little bit of Singapore Dimensions 6A (just the textbook). The more interesting problems have not been doable, because we didn't do any Singapore math before this, so we don't know how to use bar diagrams to solve some of the trickier problems. This is especially noticeable in the fractions chapter. She's good at math, but she doesn't like it. Rote problems bore her; she much prefers puzzles
  3. If you use Singapore how to you schedule IP, CWP, workbook, and the textbook? My oldest is in 5 now, I have always bought the CWP but we have never completed the book, not even half the book. I always feel guilty, we just have a hard time finishing all of it. We have used the textbook, workbook, the mental math in the back of the HIG and a lot of the suggested activities on the HIG. Do you think this is enough? He does pretty good with math. Sometimes it takes him a while to get a topic. Fractions and decimals are harder for him, sometimes he needs a lot of repetition other times he does great
  4. It supposedly adheres to the Common Core Standards, which may be good to get into if I plan to have my ds enter regular school next year. I'm curious about it and have the chance to use it with my ds13 (grade 8 level) in a program now, but know nothing about it. I can't even find samples of the TOC online. I haven't heard of anyone using it in the upper grades. So, if you have used it, I'd love to hear more about it. Is it directed to the student or do you teach it? Is it algebra level or more of a pre-algebra? Any comments will be appreciated!
  5. We finished Singapore Math 2A and 2B (Standards) during 2nd grade, pretty much right on the money. We started 3A at the beginning of this school year and we are just now ready to start 3B. I wouldn't say it's been difficult for DS, but because it covered so many new concepts (all the mutiplication facts! long division!) we had to go slowly. I am absolutely not panicking about being "behind." But I am wondering: Have others had this experience? Were you able to pick up the pace in 3B? Am I understanding correctly that students should finish 6A/6B (Standards) in 6th grade?
  6. I don't think it's a matter of 'before a specific grade' but an issue of'before you move to certain topics. Like, I realized that learning to tell time on a traditional clock is much easier if kids can count by 5s. I loved the way that Singapore math had students regrouping with 10s all the time - my kids learned arithmetic much faster because there are only a handful of facts to learn with numbers smaller than 10. We used blocks to physically make the groups (13-6, so take 6 from the group of 10, then add the 4 to the leftover 3 to get 7). I think that for a long time they quickly visuali
  7. Where does SM teach this concept? This picture shows questions from placement test 5a. I can’t find a lesson about this in 5a...or any of the other books. Any ideas?
  8. Well here it is. My newbie info guide and list of open and go curriculum. I've been at it off and on since 5 am. My eyes are tired and I'm not completely done. I had to reformat all of the bullet points after copying it over. Feel free to critique, even butcher it. I want it to be a collaborative effort. I kind of want to keep only the Free - $25 section, but I'm flexible. I'm sure there's more I could add to that. I'm also not sold on the boxed curriculum. I don't want them to have to buy anything other than the box to avoid confusion. Whether you’ve just pulled your child out of
  9. My oldest is finishing up 5B Standard Edition. I will probably do 6A and 6B but then what? I very much like Singapore and would like to find a curriculum that is similar - spiral and builds great foundation for further math. Would love to hear suggestions, opinions, experiences. thank you
  10. My oldest is finishing up 5B Standard Edition. I will probably do 6A and 6B but then what? I very much like Singapore and would like to find a curriculum that is similar - spiral and builds great foundation for further math. Would love to hear suggestions, opinions, experiences. thank you
  11. We spend 60-90 minutes a day on math in 7th (ds13, finishing AOPS Intro Alg). At this rate, it still has taken him about 18 months to finish the book (we're int he last chapter). 5th grade dd spends an hour on math, and often times completes multiple lessons in Singapore Math. She has another chapter to go and then will be in AOPS Pre-A. I don't set a timer, ds just does one section (either problems or exercises, but not typically both) of the book each day. Rarely, a section will take 45 minutes and he'll have a short math day. Rarely, we'll split a section over two days. The A
  12. I'm using Miquon with my first grader and I love it. It seems to really suit her, too. She's almost done with their first grade workbooks. Now I'd like to find something to do with her to supplement it. I'm thinking something we can do a few days a week over the summer. I know we can just go on to the next Miquon book but I'd like to see what else is out there too. My son uses Singapore math and Beast Academy and loves both, but Singapore really didn't interest my daughter. She seems to do really well with hands-on stuff. I am thinking to do little projects with her but I'd also lo
  13. BJU Press Rod and Staff ABeka Singapore Primary and all the flavors Dimensions Math by Singapore Math Math in Focus (public school text and very expensive) Those are what comes to mind right now.
  14. DD is finishing up Singapore Math Primary Mathematics 5A (Standards edition) Textbook + Workbook. Occasionally we supplement with Intensive Practice. Textbook+Workbook alone are too easy for DD, and we do not have time to work out all the problems in Intensive Practice on a regular basis. I am wondering if in the future we could replace the workbook with Intensive Practice; i.e., work through Textbook+Intensive Practice in entirety, and use the workbook only as a supplement for chapter reviews. Any opinions or advice? Many thanks in advance.
  15. We have been using Singapore/Primary Mathematics, standards edition since we started homeschooling my daughter in 2nd grade. She is now about to be a 6th grader and I'm a little stuck on what to do this year. I would love to hear some input from some of you seasoned homeschool parents! A little background on my daugher: she is a very advanced reader and her strongest subjects are literature and history. She doesn't love math. Singapore Math has been wonderful, but she does get frustrated sometimes with the problems in the workbook/tests. She is a child who would prefer you give her a form
  16. Hello, I am looking for tutors who can introduce Singapore Math and teach my 8 year old (3rd grade) online/Skype. Can someone recommend tutors, we live in Eastern Time zone? Thanks
  17. 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!
  18. Hi Everyone, Could you give me some math guidance? My two children are 16 months apart. DD is going into 5th grade, and DS is going into 6th grade. All of their other classes are taught separately, but they are REALLY close in level in math. So we have been able to combine them in that subject so far. I always re-evaluate that decision each year (and throughout the year) but so far this has been the way we have done things. Both kids have used and liked Singapore Math Standards edition. We have also supplemented with Math Mammoth from time to time when they neede
  19. I already own Singapore Math books so I tested my son's level and he tested in to level 2B so we started on it last spring. We stopped in June and were about half way through. We started back up a couple weeks ago and have found that it is as if he has forgotten so much, not just stuff covered in 2b. I mean stuff he was firm and good at, like regrouping with addition and subtraction. He can barely regroup now even though last spring, he was very good at it and did it very quickly and accurately. I do not consider this a huge problem. And I do admit to having a bit of curriculum dazzle, where
  20. Time Left: 7 days and 7 hours

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  21. We always used the Singapore Math Challenging Word Problems. They are a lot harder than FAN math Process Skills in Problem Solving, maybe a full year or so ahead IMO. I generally had my kids do the CWP independently at a level a year behind their grade.
  22. My vote would be to use Mathematical Reasoning, and just skip the Brain Puzzler pages for the student that doesn't like them. It keeps things fun, and it's colorful. Mathusee is a bit of a slog, and no color although manipulatives. But I actually was sad that I used MUS in elementary because when we hit a wall (rounding), we switched and placed way way back in another curriculum. I also really liked Singapore Math, just the textbook and workbook and no teacher guide. US edition not Standards. But Mathematical Reasoning is good and colorful and not too cumbersome for assignment
  23. My 3rd born will be doing Kindergarten this fall. He turned 5 in January this year and would be going into Kindergarten in August if he were in public school. We started doing PreK with him last year when he turned 4, so he has already learned his upper case letters. We are working right now on pairing up lower case to upper case and reinforcing the letter sounds as well as working through Singapore Earlybird Kindergarten Part B. Extrapolating out to August, here's what we will likely be doing: Phonics/Reading: Continue PDX Reading Specialist Dyslexia Toolkit Level 1 until ready to start
  24. You are on a classical homeschool forum. By nature there will be some fairly rigorous homeschoolers here. There are also lots of parents homeschooling gifted kids. But there’s plenty of us who are homeschooling average kids, in average ways. My kids have never done Latin and we probably won’t. We aren’t doing unit studies typically. This year we did MFW which is a little like a unit study but not really. My kids would much rather stare at a screen than do anything else. I’m constantly fighting against that. And we love read aloud like Charlotte’s Web. My 10yo will be in 6th next y
  25. I would get Elementary Mathematics for Teachers, read it, and do the suggested problems (from Singapore math). I recommend doing all of it because it all interrelates (in other words, don't just do the fraction parts). (If you can, you might want to keep going through Algebra 1 using a text that deals with algebraic fractions (Jacobs and Lial do), because that is a good way to really cement things, and it will make you an even better teacher of elementary math.)
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