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  1. Does anyone have any information about what this new curriculum will be? I am switching one of my kids to Singapore, but I'm not sure which edition to go with, or if we should wait for the new one.
  2. Well, I haven't been around in a while! We had decided to send oldest DS (13) to a local "Mastery" school for 9th grade (pending his acceptance of course) but it's looking now like "school" in our state will be more virtual than b&m at least through the end of 2020. 😞 If that is the case, we will continue homeschooling. None of us (DH, myself, and DS) feel like it would be worth the immense cost for what will essentially be virtual classes. (I'm sure they will be amazing, but not THAT amazing) We missed the cutoff for state funding for DE, so we are probably going the CTY online route
  3. I just started teaching a small class of 6th and 7th graders (4 kids total.) The classroom I inherited is workbooks and worksheets only. The school hasn't supplied any sort of textbooks or teacher's manuals, though it's possible I could have them order a new curriculum for them. (but what? saxon? AOPS? should I just get them set up with Khan Academy? But limited # of computers is a problem here too. My kid is only in 4th grade, so I haven't researched math curricula this far yet. The kids are coming from Singapore Math, I think, but were never given the Singapore-style instruction and were onl
  4. Are any of the web based math options similar in methodology to Singapore Math? I was considering CTC Math and others and wondered if there is something out there like a digital version of Singapore. My husband really thinks a conceptual math will work well for my son and I agree. Anyone know about the existing options if they are similar to Singapore or would something work well as a digital supplement?
  5. kcmom

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    Textbooks 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A US editions All used with varying cover imperfections, but very usable 2A text standards edition in very nice condition 2A HIG in very nice condition 3A text, tests, HIG all standards edition in nicely used condition 4A HIG in very nice condition 6B text and solutions manual 3rd editions in very nice condition NEM 1 Syllabus D new edition: Text TG WB Solutions Manual Quick Revision Guide All very nice condition Please make me an offer if you are interested.



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    I have Singapore Math (Math in Focus) at all grade levels. Teacher Editions Student Texts Some workbooks. Let me know what you need and I will try to help you out! :) Susan



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    My Pals are Here Maths 5B 2nd edition Pupil Book and corresponding Workbook. Unused EXCEPT for sections on percentages (pgs 65 to 90 in both pupil book and workbook. (ugh, I thought it was unused, but I guess DH thought that topic needed reinforcment...) If you live in the Northern Chicago suburbs, you can come pick up for free...


  8. I think we are still finding our way. We will finish what we have of TGTB LA 2 next year. We will do Singapore Math 3A and 3B (US Edition). Once done with TGTB LA 2 though, I am unsure if we will do TGTB LA 3. I will decide when the time comes. Older child LOVES it, but not positive how it is going with my rising 3rd grader. Story of the World 2 and not sure about science.
  9. I would make sure they are reading at grade level, my free lessons have tests at the end of the page to check and see. Even if they are, there is not a lot of good spelling information in most schools, you could do the syllables overview for spelling if they're reading at or above grade level. http://www.thephonicspage.org/On Reading/syllablesspellsu.html I would also make sure they know their math basics and review math to make sure there are no gaps. You can use the placement tests for Singapore math and Saxon math to find any areas that need work. Good luck!
  10. Hi all DS just turned 8 this month and is in grade 2 . We follow MM Blue series. He has done Multiplication 1 and Division 1 . If I go by light blue , these chapters will be covered by grade 3 end. Then I picked up Introduction to Fractions ( ranges from grade 2 to grade4) . He will finish this by his grade 2 end. No problems. I want to enhance his Problem solving skills specially word problems. I did some research on the forum and want to put him on combo of Process skills + CWP. Two questions 1) Going by his skills, I am assuming level 1 of these two books can be avoided? Tho
  11. We are already doing Singapore Math 1A. Problem is, I realize now that the entire book is pretty much math facts. I do not feel daughter is ready to move on to 1B. I would like her to be more solid in math facts. Maybe I should move her on to 1B and just later, pull from 1A for review. But she hates doing math suddenly. It has been coming on for a week or two actually. She tells me she knows how to do this math already. Sadly, I made her work on math facts using apps and Rod and Staff drill pages before really moving in to book 1a. She could definitely do what is at the end of the book, but pr
  12. You are NOT a failure! Now bite your tongue! Servie, My suggestion is BJU Math. It is not difficult to teach. The TM’s are scripted and the kits come with everything you need. Toss the tests or use for origami practice. With a new baby, the teaching vids would help you out a ton, if you can swing it. They have dvd or online options. Yes, it’s pricey. We think it is worth it. No more math fights! If that sounds blah, then I suggest you look at Dimensions Math by www.singaporemath MiF= Math in Focus, another Singapore math option.

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    For Sale: Saxon Math 7/6 4th edition; Student manual and answer key - $22/ppd SOLD Singapore Primary Mathematics 5A Home Instructor Guide and student textbook - $15ppd Singapore Primary Mathematics 5B student textbook - $7ppd Singapore Primary Mathematics 3 Extra Practice - $10ppd History Pockets Colonial America (Binding cut for easy copying - no writing or marks within) - $10 ppd History Pockets Moving West (Binding cut for easy copying - no writing or marks within) - $10 ppd Introductory Logic (Wilson/Nance) 3rd edition, Textbook & Answer Key - $8 ppd DVD set for Essentials in Writing 6 (Matthew Stephens) first edition, 2-DVD set. - $22ppd Ordinary Parents Guide to Teaching Reading - $10ppd Reader's Digest How the Universe works, How the Earth Works, How Science works, How nature works and How the Body Works - $30ppd for the set


  14. I did HS one kid for a year, and used WTM stuff - Story of the World and its accompanying activity books, Singapore math, and other things I can no longer remember. I had to stop because of PTSD related to a terrorist attack. But I can get my feet back under me, although I have more grades (6th, 3rd and K). I used 100 easy lessons for my middle daughter to learn to read. I'd love to be able to use it with my youngest. She's getting there, but not there yet. Currently she's having to do flashcards of sight words. (insert eye roll - can't remember how/where to do that anymore!)
  15. If you had a child who struggled with understanding math concepts, would you try to do these curriculums? My dd is a “just give me the basics†kind of learner. Every time she is taught the “why†or something more challenging, she shuts down. I’m wondering if I just give her how to do math computations well and just leave it at that? She’ll be headed into 5th grade after a most likely miserable math year in public school (at least that’s how it’s been so far—mile wide inch deep). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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    I have Singapore 1A and 1B texts ( and the homeschool instructor's guide) for $15 Singapore 1A and 1B texts (no guide) for $10 Singapore 2A and 2B texts for $10 Singapore 3A (with MFW's Lesson plans) and 3B for $12 Singapore 5A with the Homeschool Instruction Guide for $10 Prices include shipping All books have minimal wear and very little to no pencil marks/highlighting Paypal only email theciske6@gmail.com for further questions.


  17. Is there no home instructors guide for this level? I can't find one. Also where do you go after Singapore? Grade 6 is the last grade right? Do I need to do anything extra to prepare to transition to a different program.
  18. I love Singapore Math and that is what we are using. I taught it previously in private school and I have used it with one of my older children. I have always had qualms about it, but I think I like it more than most. I think my 2nd in line choices would be BJU and CLE, neither of which I have used. I have used Horizon's (did not like) and MUS (it was fine, but we ditched the videos and I did not love the workbooks). I did use BJU briefly with one of my sons but that was my really fussy one. I liked it but he did not and we returned to Singapore Math. I ask him now what the issue was and he tel
  19. I'm about to have my 5th child go through the test process and as with all the others we're running into trouble with math. I have no clue at this point what to do. We use Singapore Math w/Horizons for daily review in elementary. Kids do great with that. Then we move to Saxon, Lial's or Chalk Dust (depending on the kid) all of which work fine. Then come the tests...not so fine. I've used Chalk Dust's SAT math practice which my kids have very much enjoyed...but no change on the test scores. Looking at the problems my dd misses on the practice tests it really is a matter of common sense. She has
  20. I noticed in the 4th level of Singapore that there are an abundance of exercises available in the textbook. Honestly, we never did any of them, DS just did the workbook, and I was left wondering why we even bought the textbook. I'm considering using the 5th level to transition him from "workbook math" (even though he'll still have his BA workbooks) to "textbook math", so that he can start learning how to put his own work on his own paper, since he'll have to do that with AoPS anyway (I think? I've not actually seen one of their books in person, yet), but he can make this transition with a fami
  21. We're working through Singapore Math 2A, using the CC edition. There are mental math pages (slips, really) in the back of the teacher's guide, but I can't find guidance anywhere about how to use them. I was using them for "sprints" in the early, easier lessons, but now that we're adding three-digit numbers with renaming, I think they're too challenging to use that way. (My kiddo has anxiety as it is!) Is this specific to the CC edition? Does anyone know how these pages are meant to be used?
  22. 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
  23. There is an old post on this topic but the question I have is not included there so here's a new thread! We just switched over from Singapore Math U.S. edition to the Standards Edition. After completing U.S. 3b we now have the 4a Standards Edition. My daughter is in 4th grade. It seems so much harder for my daughter. For example the US edition had her rounding up a little bit, while in the first few pages of the Standards Edition, she is asked to round up to the nearest ten thousands place. A bit more complex. We made it through though :) Just wondering if I should give it
  24. Im looking into this for my 5th soon to be 6th grader next year. We have used SIngapore math for the longest period of time and stopped at level 4. My oldest now uses i-Ready as a main curriculum and we add in other math as need be. i-Ready is an online software that had videos and quizes, it will adjust to where she needs help, but I was told by our charter school that it is NOT a main curriculum and mainly used as a supplement. That being said, its the one that gets done daily and without complaints, so thats a win win for us. We tried TT and she hated it, and I dont really like i-Ready myse
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