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  1. 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
  2. http://www.singaporemath.com/Dimensions_Math_s/219.htm Thoughts? Anyone planning to use this math (at the moment only a few levels available)? Sadly, I’m a sucker for new math curriculum! :)
  3. 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.)
  4. I wanted to switch to BJU. I like what I was using just fine and feel it is a quality program, I just want to do something different. We have been using Singapore Math. Since son is 4th grade age for this fall, I bought the 4th grade book for fall. But when looking over it, I have found he actually has already covered most of what is in it. I thought I would give him a quiz, to see what he already knows or remembers. But when I attempted this, he wanted to know why he was doing school work during the summer. I told him it was just a quiz to see what he remembers and home school does not stop d
  5. This is what I’m thinking: Bible: Starting Strong Math: Singapore Math 5A/5B, Life of Fred (Kidneys—Liver) Handwriting: Can-Do Cursive Spelling: All About Spelling 5 Writing: W&R through Schole Academy Geography: BF Geography History: Story of the World 4 Science: The Elements, Mystery Science Where I’m having trouble is with reading and grammar. I feel SO drawn to Lightning Lit 4. Using it for reading and grammar (skipping composition) would really satisfy my desire to SIMPLIFY next year. But DS is just now starting to read for pleasure. I worry
  6. I've seen a lot of references over the years to how SM (at least the U.S. edition) doesn't cover negative numbers, and that this can be a problem when moving into an American secondary sequence, because they assume you've seen negative numbers before. But I haven't seen much discussion about what people using SM *do* about it - how they go about adding in some negative number work. (My google-fu has failed me twice now on this subject, once a couple of years ago, and then again last night.) The only hint I found was that someone said that Lial Pre-Algebra had a good section on negative numb
  7. I will show all this to Scotsman when he gets home. She is a much better woman than I am, Gunga Din. Let me find a few links for you... A while back I started a topic about the different editions referencing an article I found online. Now I can't find it! Of the 3 called Singapore (Primary, Standards, Common Core) the consenus seems to be Standards has better Home Instructor Guides and makes fewer 'leaps' conceptually. The new Dimensions is really new, so I don't think anyone knows much about it, yet. The website below has a comparison chart. https://www.s
  8. My son will be a 5th grader soon and I'm wondering about math. We have always used Singapore. I'm finding he needs to go over things a little more than what Singapore does. He needs more review. He can get it, it just takes a while and lots of review. We are finishing 4A and on the last review in the textbook he really struggled mainly fractions and area and perimeter. I've considered switching to something different but I don't want to bounce around. I just feel that he needs more review. I guess I'm wondering what you would do? He does the textbook, workbook, and the metal math in the back o
  9. I used Singapore and really liked it, it had a bit of number bonds early on but not many. Much of the common core math, like @ClemsonDana mentioned, looks like they took a few things from Singapore but didn't understand it, so badly implemented Singapore math. Singapore math is more incremental and logical, we had friends who had biological children who kept up fine after their private school switched from A Beka math to common core, but an adopted child who did not get much protein his first few years before adoption could not keep up with the jumps that were made in common core math, he ha
  10. A few weeks ago someone posted a link to a website that does Singapore Math but in an online fashion. Anyone have this? I thought I bookmarked it and cannot find it. The original poster was asking about if the online program would be enough.
  11. I've only started posting in the AL forum. I appreciate it when people with accelerated kids post in both places, because it shows that, even though they may be ahead in some areas, they may be on-level/behind-level in others. I don't know if it helps anyone else, but it is reassuring to me! DS10 (6th grade) Math: AoPS intro to algebra Logic: continue w/ Blast Off w/Logic series and misc. Mind Benders books. Science: Astronomy/Earth science (w/help from DH, an astronomy teacher) History: Medieval-Early Renaissance, using Kingfisher History Encyclopedia, The Sto
  12. I have CutCo Knives. I need all of them sharpened and one replaced, blade snapped inside the handle. I don't want to send them off becasue they are the only knives I have. I really should, though. Bookie, I hope you like the cake! I have Baker's Chocolate on my pantry shelf. I may just need to get off my duff and go make one. I did already make sour cream cinnamon cake, though. So Scotsman found an article this morning about intermittant fasting and wants to try it. Y'all have any tips for him? He thinks this way he won't need to exercise. His idea is to eat first at 8:30 (an egg/sau
  13. We transplanted seedlings to pots a few days ago and it looks like I might lose 1/3-1/2 of the plants. That's probably for the best, given the amount of space I have, but I had hoped I was better at this gardening thing. I found Singapore Math still on my elementary shelves. My copier/printer is mostly dead (the black inkjets are permanently clogged, when I color copy it comes out in a weird green), and it only prints one sheet every three minutes. It is still printing, though, so I am copying off the math drills in the back of the home instruction guide and prepping that for use. I th
  14. 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
  15. Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up. I HSed my oldest for a year in 2nd grade. Loved it. DH wasn't super supportive. Now with distance learning hell, he sees the value. I don't want my kids to spend an entire year in front of an iPad or with total chaos in their learning. I'll have a 7th grader, 4th grader and 1st grader. Please tell me what curriculum you would do with this spread. 1st grader is getting close to reading, so my plan is to focus on Story of the World with her and 4th grader, Singapore Math, 100 easy lessons. Other than SOTW, I don't know what t
  16. Happy to help, though I can't exactly answer your question, either! 😆 We simply bought the text and solutions for Pre Algebra, and now for algebra. I have a stem degree and am comfortable with higher level math. The book is absolutely excellent. I was not sure how it would go over, as it is VERY intimidating on first look. The book format is about 8.5x11 in or so, like a sheet of paper, and every page is an absolute wall of text. I had my son read the introduction note to students, and then we took a deep breath and plunged in. There were a few frustrating lessons and a tiny bit of
  17. Sorry if there is a thread on this. I tried searching and nothing came up. I am trying to order a Singapore Math book for ds6. I'm on the website and I'm very confused over which version. The Scope and Sequence didn't help- just made it more confusing. I just want to give him a placement test and buy one book and text to see how it works. I've been using K Essentials with his little sister, but I'm clueless on the upper levels. Do I just get the Primary Math U.S. 3rd Edition, and not the CC or other version? Also, I want the Home Instructor's Guide, correct, not the Teacher's guide?
  18. I didn’t think we could use them as a model in an official way. More like how we can choose to use Singapore math. (Or we can potentially, personally to extent possible, try to more emulate Singapore, not to emulate Diamond Princess . ) What do you think would work?
  19. We would probably struggle to do several different things for each subject each day. We make index cards for everything that I want to do in a week - if I want to do singapore math 4 days, then I write 'singapore math' on 4 different cards, and if I want to do life of fred 3 days, then I write 'life of fred' on 3 cards. I write out all of the cards and let the kids separate them into stacks for each day of the week. Then, every morning, they get the stack and work through each subject. For subjects divided into lessons or chapters, it's easy for them to figure out what to do - we do 1 les
  20. If I were you, I would probably look at the different curriculum kits offered by various publishers to figure out what I want. Timberdoodle.com has nice, eclectic kits. Shopchristianliberty.com has relatively inexpensive curriculum kits to dip your toe in. Abeka and BJU would have kits. If Catholic, there's Setonbooks.com and Catholic Heritage Curricula. Personally, I love Abeka Phonics for 1st grade reading. Writing with Ease is great for Copywork. Singapore Math is fantastic for 1st and 4th grade. The Sentence Family and Grammar Tales and Schoolhouse Rock would be really cute and
  21. I'm hoping for some help here. Would love to hear your experiences and opinions!! I have a 13 year old daughter who completed two units of Videotext algebra. Her twin brother still uses it, but she didn't like how the information was taught. She learns from reading and not necessarily from people talking to her. About 3 weeks ago she and I decided to stop videotext, which made her incredibly happy, and moved on to the art of problem solving pre-algebra book. She works about an hour and a half to two hours a day and is learning a lot. In these 3 weeks, she has completed two chapters of t
  22. Hits: Math: AoPS geometry and online BA. BA has been a long and painful road, but it has done wonders for my DS's critical thinking skills. MM for my 2nd grader. Singapore's challenging word problems. GSWL ELA: WWS 1 has been one where we are seeing the fruits of his labors and it is so rewarding. For my 4th grader, I did a home-brewed writing curriculum and he writing is improving so much. Daily Paragraph Editing by Evan Moor. All things Killgallon. WWE 2 interspersed with my own assignments. ETC 5. My 2nd grader reading aloud to me from A-Z mysteries. His reading has improved
  23. Saxon really focuses on teaching procedures, but isn’t strong in teaching problem solving skills or concepts, so I would use the time to work on those. Problem solving skills could be learned with old Math Kangaroo tests. If she prefers a more lesson-based format, then Zaccaro’s Becoming a Problem Solving Genius might be a good introduction. Singapore Math’s Challenging Word Problems book could be a more typical school-y option. Some issues of MathMania from Highlights would also work. Concepts could be played with using something like Amazing Math Projects. If you just want re

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  25. With my older two children, I have used RightStart for kindergarten. I've tried that approach with my youngest son, and he is just not enjoying the program at all. He is the type who actually enjoys workbooks and learning to write letters/numbers. (I think he is trying to copy his older brother and sister who he sees working in actual books.) SO--I was thinking of trying Singapore's kindergarten program with him. If I do, what exactly do I need to buy? Can I use just the textbook? What about the story books? Those look really cute. Can anyone review those?
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