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  1. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    I have the following Math resources for sale: Tangramables, Grades K-6: mild shelf wear: $3 The Math Chef by Joan D'amico and Karen Eich Drummond - new condition: $5 Singapore Math Primary Mathematics Challenging Word Problems U.S. Edition Primary 4 - new condition: $15 Singapore Math Primary Mathematics 4A Workbook - new condition: $6 Singapore Math Primary Mathematics 4A Textbook - new condition: $6 Singapore Math Answer Keys 4A-6B - new condition: $8 Singapore Math Practice Level 6A - new condition: $8 Singapore Math Practice Level 6B - new condition: $8 Brain Stretchers (Critical Thinking Company) Book 1 by Carolyn Anderson and Jackie Haller - like new condition - $4 The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure by Hans Magnus Enzensberger - like new condition - $4 Purchase the lot for $55 plus shipping Shipping charge is actual cost, media mail Please email me at helptoread@yahoo.com to facilitate purchases (I check that way more often than my box on this forum)

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  2. You need to know how to teach the "Singapore way." This is provided in the Home Instructor's Guides. You can also get this from reading Elementary Mathematics for Teachers. If you want the benefit of a Singapore math education for your children, it won't work to teach them the math the way you learned it (unless you learned with a Singapore-style program) and then have them do the Singapore problems. The textbook and workbook go together. The problems in the textbook are to work on during instruction, and the workbook is for independent practice. Both are important. But if you absol
  3. My son was this way. He told me once that teaching was cheating. He would NOT let me teach him math. He had to puzzle it out himself, and there were days when it was so hard that he would cry in frustration. But he still wouldn't let me help. But he was so driven, and loved math so much that I decided to stay out of the way. Only later did I find out that he thought using a textbook explanation was also cheating. So I'm not quite sure how he learned fractions or any primary school math, I guess trial and error and the answers in the back of the book. He used the Intensive Practice book
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    US editions: textbooks: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A HIG: 4A, 2A Primary 6B 3rd edition text and solutions manual NEM1 Syllabus D Syllabus D TG Syllabus D revisions guide Syllabus D workbook Syllabus D solutions manual

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  6. I drew a rectangle roughly four times as long as the height and then chopped it into four pieces (they visually looked like squares) Next, I took the area of 196 and chopped it into 4 pieces (aka dividing it by four) and wrote the answer 49 in each box I believe a 4th grader doing Singapore challenge problems should (or with some prompting) recognize that a square with an area of 49 has a side of seven. I wrote a 7 on the vertical height and a 7 on the base of the first square. Since the squares making up the large rectangle are all equal, they should see that you add up (or multipl
  7. kcmom

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    All in nice condition: Primary 6B third edition text Primary 6B 3rd edition solutions manual NEM Syllabus D 1 TG NEM Syllabus D 1 text NEM SYllabus D 1 Solutions MAnual NEM Syllabus D 1 Workbook NEM SYllabus D 1 QUick Revision Guide $55ppd for all

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    All items are in excellent condition with no writing. They also include media mail shipping. Payment must be received within 3 days of deciding to purchase (or 7 days if mailing a check or money order). Singapore Math US Edition Textbook 3B - $8/ppd - SOLD Singapore Math US Edition Textbooks 5A/5B - $15/ppd (will ship the MFW lesson plan/AK book for 5B for free if requested) SOLD Singapore Math US Edition Textbooks + Sonlight Home Instructor's Guide 6A/6B - $31/ppd Happy homeschooling! Be blessed!

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  9. Math: Singapore Math 1 Language Arts: AAS 1, copywork, finish OPGTR if needed, read alouds, and read books to his siblings and me History: maybe American History for Young Catholics Science: probably science encyclopedias, possibly tagging along with his older brothers while they do hands-on projects from a kit Spanish: tag along with older siblings using La Clase Divertida Religion: Bible, Catechism, saint stories Not sure what else, but probably something as this kid needs lots of project suggestions to keep him busy.
  10. Math: Singapore Math 5 Language Arts: AAS 5, Rod & Staff English, something for writing, The Treasure Trove of Literature 1 American History/Geography: Our United States of America Science: probably half of Harcourt Science 6, with hands-on projects with his 3rd grade brother (I'll probably buy a kit for them to complete together). Spanish: La Clase Divertida Religion: Bible, Catechism, saint stories Logic: Mindbenders For Fun: He spends a few hours or more every day using his Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and various electronics parts to make all sorts of cool
  11. Math: Singapore Math 3 Language Arts: AAS 3, Rod & Staff English, Dictation Day by Day, something more for writing, lots of read alouds and books for him to read History/Geography: Our United States of America Science: not sure, maybe half of Harcourt Science 4, hands-on projects with his 5th grade brother Spanish: continue La Clase Divertida with siblings Religion: Bible, Catechim, saint stories Other: Mindbenders, lots of Snap Circuits, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi projects with his 5th grade brother
  12. phonics: continue Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading math and logic: Singapore Math 1A/B and MindBenders-type books handwriting: Zaner-Bloser 1 language arts: First Language Lessons 1, Writing With Ease 1, and Spelling Workout A science: (along with DS7 & DS10) earth science (library books) & astronomy (led by DH, an astronomy teacher) history: (along with DS7) medieval & early renaissance (SOTW2 & lots of library books) foreign language: I'm considering Portuguese Saturday school for DSs 5, 7, &10 misc: he's playing soccer &
  13. My older ds finished AoPS PreAlgebra this past school year. He and I worked on it together with the videos (which we loved!) I’ve been considering putting him in an online class to free me up for my younger kids and a new baby coming this fall. I looked into AoPS online classes for Algebra 1, but didn’t care for the setup and thought the pace would be too much for my ds. I’ve since looked into other options and am wondering if anyone here has advice on which direction to take. 1) Dolciani Algebra 1 through Wilson Hill. Is Dolciani a decent choice for Algebra 1? I have heard Foersters get
  14. Doing a slightly over mid year update - Hits above are all correct 🙂 Yay, we had a pretty good list of hits this year. I think I would add: Mom Made Literature Units to this - we used MP's Lit guides for Little House in the Big Woods and Mr. Popper's Penguins and picked up TpT resources to add to Because of Winn Dixie. All of these have been great and the kids have enjoyed them AND their reading is growing by leaps and bounds this year. Beast Academy - we finished 2A-2D and started 3A. We'll be skipping around a bit from the geometry in 3A to fractions in 3D and then review mult
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  19. We have a Smith's which is part of Kroger. I prefer Smith's but Walmart has grocery pickup that accepts my payment method. Smith's prices are comparable and they have a wider selection. I've been to TJ a couple of times, but it is out of the way and parking is atrocious. There is some gluten free bread there that I liked, though. No Aldi's, no Costco. There is a Whole Foods, but that is on the rich side of town; I don't belong over there. I also sometimes will stop by Albertsons. I go to the local "Mercado" which is a coop. If I need to grab something quick, I'll stop by Walgreens as it's a co
  20. I used singapore primary mathematics for first. At the beginning of the year I hated it and wanted nothing more to do with it. We are almost done this year and I have grown to love it. Here are my dislikes with this curriculum: -we are only doing textbook and workbook for first so the other books I feel I need to try next year overwhelms me. - I loathe the instructors guide which I haven't used this year, but I don't know how long I will make it not using the IG. -I love the progress ds has made with it and I hate to change curriculum since he is doing so well. I had p
  21. What Dudley said : ). Anyway, it's true, I LOVE Singapore math but you don't *need* the extra books. I do have many of them for whatever level I am teaching but I tend to pick them up at curriculum or library book sales for around $1.00-$3.00 so if they only get used partially it's no big deal. I have books like Intensive Practice, Topical Problem Solving, and Extra Practice. As far as HIG's go, they can be helpful with Singapore Primary for the reasons Dudley mentioned. I have the Standards HIG for every level I have used so far that has a HIG (1st-4th) but I don't use them a lot. But,
  22. This is a tough season for us. It will get a lot better once my #3 has her driver's license. Until then, I schlep her to her community college classes 2x a week. The three littles stay home with #2 on those days, and their productivity varies considerably from day to day. We haven't signed up for spring semester yet, so we don't know what our schedule will look like after Christmas break. Our hits so far: -- BJU Math, with a break for my 6th grader to use the Key To workbooks for a while. I switched from Singapore Math when #3 was in about third grade, and we've stuck with it for K-6
  23. have a question my daughter will be 9 in June and she is in 3rd grade , I have been doing Singapore Math 2A and she is struggling with the math concept of subtracting with boworring and I feel that I would like to change curriculums, as she is going to be in 4th grade and still hasn’t started multiplying . I need something that has lots of review , was engaging, colorful (but also not to important if it wasn’t colorful) most important that she would enjoy! We have tried math-u see and was just to 👎🽠We also did Saxon it wasn’t to bad but it was just a little to much ,and now we have
  24. Is the OP just asking about kindergarten? The only thing we did for K was: math: Singapore Math (preschool-K) handwriting: HWOT Spanish: some CDs that had spanish songs for kids. And then lots of read alouds and going places and playdates and games and creative free play and arts/crafts. Gradually as elementary school went on, I added in more subjects, but a lot of the time we were only doing 10-30 minutes of any particular subject per day.
  25. Loving this thread! I'm more with you square_25 I adore teaching elementary math and conceptual/hands on is where it's at, in my very amateur opinion. I'm not a teacher or mathematician, I didn't do any formal maths after grade 12. I did quite well in school but maths was very procedural and a couple of truly abysmal teachers meant I tapped out and instead focused on humanities. I love maths though, and I love it more having now had the chance to get down into the sandbox with my kids and get my hands dirty making it conceptual. I can't say with authority whether it works best though, I'v
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