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  1. Those who have used these two, could you compare the vocabulary? Is the RIght to Left in MIF -v- Left to Right in Singapore the difference? And the distributed through two different publishing companies? I'd love any info you've found.
  2. I've been using Singapore Math, from grade 1 to now, grade 7. There is no HIG, though the books have answers to the math problems, including more difficult "challenge" problems. We are starting grade 7, and although the math problems don't pose a problem for me (whether explaining or solving), the challenge and thinking problems can stump me. For the challenge problems, although I can figure out the answer, I feel it is more through 'brute force' than elegant methodology. For the thinking problems, which I think are meant to guide the student to a deeper understanding of math, preparing fo
  3. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    I am selling the following Singapore Math, Standard Edition math books as a set: Singapore Math 3A and 3B: Home Instructor's Guides and Textbooks (4 books total) Singapore Math 4A and 4B: Home Instructor's Guides, Textbooks, Workbooks (6 books total) Singapore Math 5A and 5B: Home Instructor's Guides, Textbooks (4 books total): Primary Mathematics, Challenging Word Problems: Books 1, 2, 3, Math Sprints Workbook 2 (4 books total) The cost for all 18 books would be $150.00ppd (almost 50% off CBD price). All the books are in excellent condition with no writing.

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  4. I have been using SM for years now homeschooling my children. I have found the left to right mental math and calculating such an essential part of SM. As essential as the bar modeling.It just makes so much sense to me. I wish I had been taught this as a child. Anyway recently I have been bumping into others that use SM and teach the usual borrowing and carrying over. Anyone do the same?
  5. I was looking into Singapore math. I see for kindergarten there is Earlybird A and B. Then there is Essentials. What is the difference? I also looked (online) at the few pages they show you for Early bird A and B. A looked like it would be waaaaay to easy and stuff my daughter already does. The pictures I saw only had "match the rabbit with the other rabbit". I am not sure if that is just how it starts out or if I'd be better off just starting with B? Do you need the teachers guide for Early bird? If we weren't to go with Singapore I'd prob stick with my original plan of Abeka math. Thoughts?
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    Like new. Set includes two hardcover textbooks, two softcover workbooks, two spiral bound teacher manuals and softcover answer key. No markings whatsoever. Never used, minimal shelf wear. $125 shipping included

    $125.00

  7. I found that, I suspect that, my 11 yr old does better when we move quickly. We just finished 5A in 5 weeks. But, we did the lessons in the workbook, but then we did not do the review problems. We did all problems in the lesson portion. But on the pages where the page was just problems and labeled Practice 4A at the top or Review, we skipped. He did every problem in the workbook including correcting any missed problems before being considered done. Does this sound good? Or is it super bad to skip the textbook reviews and practice problems? Oh, and I supplement with Keys to Fractions so he
  8. I used the US edition. I have already used it in the past. I remember being seriously frustrated with the higher levels. I remember having to supplement a lot by the end. Would it be worth it to switch to Standards? And would I just go straight across? Like, if he just finished 5A US edition, would be go in to 5B Standards? Edited to add: I do not not intend to use an HIG. If it relies heavily on a TM, I don't want it. I want an answer key and that is it.
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    Textbook A (name on inside cover) Textbook B (name on inside cover) Workbook A (very good unused condition) Workbook B (very good unused condition) $50ppd Paypal only.

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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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  11. DS completed Singapore Math 5B in the spring and did well, but now I'm not fully confident that he retained some of the material well enough. I was interested in how the Singapore levels might pair up with the various levels of Beast Academy? I thought maybe he could take a break from SM before moving into 6A and do something else. Would appreciate any input.
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    Singapore Math 70 Must-Know Word Problems Level 2 (Grade 3) $2.00 plus shipping Singapore Math Practice Level 3A (Grade 4) $2.00 plus shipping I prefer PayPal.

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  13. A friend recommended the book Why Before How: Singapore Math Computation Strategies by Jana Hazekamp to me. I looked on Amazon and it was $21. Before I spend that much, can anyone tell me if it was beneficial to them for teaching Singapore math? I have finished Singapore 1A and 1B and I am about to start 2A with my almost 7 year old.. I plan to continue through the elementary series. I do have the HIGs. Is it worth buying or are there better books out there? Does it offer more than the HIGs? Thanks for any advice or suggestions!
  14. Would you skip over parts in Singapore Math or do everything? We just raced right through a book as my child seemed to already know it. Now I am worried he might miss out that he did not do all the reviews and practice problems. We just did the lesson portions and then the workbook. The workbook in full. And should I give him the chance to test out of future books? Or figure the extra practice is good for him? He used to be in brick and mortar school and I placed him where he belonged. He struggled over the first book we did. But once through that, he raced through the next one. It was clear h
  15. Hi My Grade 6 ds has done Right Start Math And Jump Math. I would like to start Singapore Math but would greatly appreciate some advice first. 1. Looking at the placement he would most likely start at 5B. So would this put him behind his grade level? 2. How long does each book take to complete? 3. what do you use after 6B? 4. Do I need the textbook, workbook and the instructor guide? 5. Which edition do we use esp since we're in Canada? Thank you very much
  16. Has anyone started using the Common Core Edition of Singapore Math? I am debating whether to buy the 4th grade Common Core Edition of the Teacher's Guide ( it is a bit pricey at around 50 dollars), the textbook, and workbook. I have a younger son so I can use the Teacher's Guide again. I am wondering how different it is from the Standards Edition.
  17. I am going to be using Math U See Alpha and Singapore Math 1A/B (US Edition). Does anyone have a schedule on how they combined the two? Any ideas on the best way to do it?
  18. Were you happy with the switch? What do you consider to be advantages and disadvantages of MM compared to SM? I'm considering this for my oldest, who is finishing up Standards 3B. I plan to go through the MM samples a little more but was hoping to hear from others who had made the switch. Thank you!
  19. This past year we used Singapore Math 4, my ds seemed to breeze through the workbook but each time it came to the review it was like he had never seen the work before. So for 5th grade we were looking at Teaching Textbooks - Level 6. It says a lot that we can skip a grade so that is a plus for Singapore but he was getting really bored and frustrated so I knew it was time for a change. Has anyone used TT and if so what was your experience with it and did you need to use any supplements? Also, has anyone used it long term?
  20. We have used BJU math for my son up to this point - now 4th grade. He is almost done with his 4th grade math book. I am deciding whether to switch to Singapore math at this point or continue with BJU. He is good at math; he intuitively "gets" the concepts. He understands mental math better than I do. I am thinking of switching because I would like for him to learn the mental math that I never learned in school, but I have a couple of concerns. Is it too late to switch? Would it be too confusing for him? Can I teach it? I like BJU because I can teach it. But I wonder whether Singapore would be
  21. ...who may be slightly dyslexic. My friend's son has been attending a school that uses Saxon math. She has decided to home school him next year, and she would like to know if Singapore would be a reasonable choice. He seems to be mildly dyslexic; therefore, this is an important consideration. He likes colored pages,so in this aspect (if I remember Singapore correctly) it is a good move. Would you all please give her some feedback? Why would a move from Saxon to Singapore be a good one under these circumstances? Why would it not? Can you make any other recommendations if you see problems? If
  22. ...who may be slightly dyslexic. My friend's son has been attending a school that uses Saxon math. She has decided to home school him next year, and she would like to know if Singapore would be a reasonable choice. He seems to be mildly dyslexic; therefore, this is an important consideration. He likes colored pages,so in this aspect (if I remember Singapore correctly) it is a good move. Would you all please give her some feedback? Why would a move from Saxon to Singapore be a good one under these circumstances? Why would it not? Can you make any other recommendations if you see problems?
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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.

    $42.00

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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.

    $44.00

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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 1A and 1B 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." 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 1A and 1B, 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.

    $40.00

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