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  1. Well, I'm being accountable earlier today than yesterday: that's something! I realized late last night that today would need to be re-routed to a Renormalization Day. The house is a mess and nerves are frayed. I've spent the day working on the house, keeping the family going and hitting the minimum in the boys' school. Still to do: clear hearth; boys finish school (math, Latin for elder; music, Greek for younger); fitness for boys; one errand to run; dinner; bedtime read-alouds; fitness for me somewhere. Tomorrow: more focus on getting to languages, English, and math for everybod
  2. Got a lot done this weekend, but not everything on the cleaning list. Got the living room carpet cleaned Saturday night and then the study carpet cleaned last night (too much furniture to put somewhere to do both the same night). I usually do my morning exercise in the study, but since the carpet is still damp, I decided to use the living room. I didn't want to wake dh, so I did the relatively quiet yoga instead of cardio with music. My doggo was asleep on the sofa and my cat started on the yoga mat with me but after one plank over him he retreated to under the sofa. And last night we were get
  3. Your situation is different and trickier than what ours was, what with your 2 extra hard aspects to juggle (family grief, parents working long hours). I am so sorry you have to go back to work so soon now, and for such long hours. I think that you will really need to be careful for yourself that all the work hours + caring for the rest of your family does not push out time for yourself to rest, to do what brings recovery and joy for you, and to give YOU the time you need to grieve and heal. Perhaps setting up more general blocks of time might give you all some routine, but also flexibili
  4. We do approximately six weeks on one week off with a big break over summer. Our on paper schedule starts at 9 with math and music if there’s time after math, 10 with language subjects (includes foreign language) 11 is morning time which is morning basket style. We have lunch then do one after lunch subject per day rotating through science, history, art and geography. My eighth grader does extra math in the evening because he wants to finish his program and typically reads lit, my sixth grader doesn’t do much more than the four hours. Afternoons are for chores, crafts or sports and housekee
  5. Oh dear. I *think* she actually meant math, not "math". Now I'm trying to think if I agree with you about your point. I've known people and seen transcripts where the mom *never even finished high school* and did a GREAT job teaching math. The key? She stayed one step ahead of her kids. I'm not sure what is glitching op, so maybe I can read more of the thread. My dd did not have a disability and just required diligent instruction. She could sorta do self instruction with MUS, but really she was always better with Mom driven instruction. So then, the glitches are consistent curriculum
  6. Math was never my thing. I got through calculus, stopped, and never thought about math again until I began to think about homeschooling. I spent some time trying to re-learn what I long forgotten. Modern math is so much better than how I was taught. I had no idea what borrowing and carrying actually did until I learned modern methods for regrouping. My DH is responsible for math in our homeschool now so I'm back to not thinking about math. DH majored in math and loves it. Excuse me..."maths" if I was British or Australian. I love "maths," BTW. My father is also a math guy. He has a maste
  7. My grandons went to a private school for first grade and they used Abeka math. I purchased the second grade (2A) Singapore math standards edition and we aren't very far into it and he is really struggling with the skip counting. I have Developing Number Concepts to help with place value but when I ask him to do the activities he gets upset because he feels it's beneath him because he "already know how to count". Is there a curriculum or a supplement that could help him with this? I like to hear what's worked for others as there are many options in how to handle this. Thanks!
  8. We used Math Mammoth and then went on to Video Text, but I don't have any experience with Saxon to know if that would be a good transition or not. (Well, there was that one year we tried Saxon, but that was The Year Of Tears and we don't like to talk about it 😜) Only my oldest particularly likes math, but even my math haters have a good conceptual understanding after having gone through these programs. I hope you get some more responses with people who have used Saxon!
  9. PS NOT to overload her or "punish" her for moving through MUS at a good pace, but you might consider adding in a supplement to help with problem-solving, and to show concepts from different angles to help build math connections and seeing more than one way to get to an answer. With our math-struggling DS#2, in those middle school years, in addition to MUS, we used excerpts from some of the Keys To Math workbooks (fractions, decimals, percents), as well as excerpts from Singapore Primary 4A/B, 5A/B, and 6A/B. We also found Hands-On Equations to be very helpful for visualizing keeping equ
  10. Thank you! I actually just purchased the Singapore Fan Math Process Skills for Problem Solving books (levels 3–6) to start working through with both my girls. Is there anything else you would recommend from Singapore just to do on the side for problem solving? We’ve actually been playing around with this app lately. Thanks for your thoughts!
  11. I-MASK+ protocol update based on MATH+ is available... Besides the Idea of indicating use of mask, the I afaik is for Ivermectin.
  12. My kids have done business degrees. Oldest is accounting and he just started at a Big Four accounting firm. He never had any calculus at all. He took precalculus de at a cc and did a very basic de stats course his senior year. He didn't need to take any math in college. My second ds is a senior marketing major. His degree has been more math heavy than the accountant. He needed business calculus and two stats classes. He transferred in the business calc and first stats class from de. The second stats class has kicked his butt. More than once 😞 All that I can think would have helped him was
  13. Afternoon! Today's parade of daily adventures (some of which we've already experienced)... School: language(s), math, English for younger, history all around. Quick poetry review, music for younger, prep tomorrow's work: languages, math, English, science + fine arts. Home: chores, groceries away, ordered books for elder. Fitness: boys DareBee run program + DareBee general fitness; step + strength for me, bit of stretch before bed. Dinner: Vietnamese takeout -- our usual for game night RPG: younger is still running his game. Give him time to go over stuff, set
  14. We just began using it at the end of September. We're doing Language Arts Level 3 (3rd grade) and Level 5 (6th grader). We're also doing Level 3 Math and Handwriting for our 3rd grader. Below are the pros and cons for Language Arts, plus my thoughts on the other materials. Pros: My children really enjoy it and look forward to their lessons. It's truly open-and-go. There is a lot of variety - no two lessons are the same (this works really well for my kids, who get bored with too much repetition). There is beautiful art and poetry woven throughout. Grammar is advanced but well explained, so
  15. That's an interesting angle. The vision might get us there. It's bad when you can't see water on the counter, lol! I have heard of these but never seen them. I will have to take a look. I'm getting quite a research list. 😁 Nah. He's more likely to just want everyone to shut up and takes a step back before coming at things again. He prefers math that has a lot of wordy stuff on the pages than to have someone step him through the math themselves. This is a holdover, I think, from the APD. It's become a strategy he prefers. He definitely prefers words to math-y explanations. An e
  16. Hi, I've been off the boards for a long time. I need some help please - I need to find a regionally accredited distance school with a high school geometry course specifically with the GradPoint platform, self paced, and no proctors required. This is for transfer into a public HS. Our older son is currently enrolled in American, and they no longer use Gradpoint and he hates the Edmentum math. Our younger son in PS needs a distance geometry course and I want to find him a GradPoint course. I would appreciate any leads on accredited, no proctor distance high schools that use GradPoint for ma
  17. For some reason, it looks like Rainbow Resource is not going to carry this math program any longer. They have a few odds and ends, but it says it won't be restocked. Then I checked out Christian Books, and it is the same thing there too! What gives? Is the only place to purchase this Singapore Math's website?!
  18. Got a pile of hs math books listed! Mostly MUS, but man, there are a lot of them! I need to clean off the dining room table!
  19. What is the group opinion/experience with this curriculum? I've just discovered it, and am loving what I'm seeing so far...BUT. Last year, I fell in love with Memoria Press because their books were so beautiful...I started actually implementing it this year with my little ones...and I hate it. So, I really don't want to fall into that trap again. If you have any experience with the SCM curriculum, please share. I'm very very new to Charlotte Mason, haven't read her books, but have "For the sake of the Children" on order, and am also looking for a used copy of Karen Glass' Narration Book.
  20. What wonderful photography! Thanks for sharing the link, Amanda. A 120 sided die sounds incredible! I'm a fan of the Math 'n' Stuff store that is located in Washington state. They have some great stuff. Wendy, I'm bringing this over from another thread for those here who might be interested. Regards, Kareni
  21. We are doing Saxon 7/6 right now and are halfway through. My daughter NEEDS constant review. She will forget stuff constantly; even from day to day. The problem is - she gets really frustrated really easily. Math was the only reason I sent her to school and even with going to school, every night I re-taught her math. I have the ability to teach her math but every day I am getting a headache because she is constantly huffing and puffing. I think the number of problems defeats her a bit. I need something a little more straightforward and something with less problems. Her dream is to be a
  22. I just bought a bunch of the Subpar stickers for various family members. We went on a trip to Utah last year and did a bunch of National Parks so I think the kids will love it. I personally LOVE the wooden anatomy ornaments. I can't see spending $24.00 on one just for me though and I can't think of anyone else who would appreciate it in my life. If you have a Math lover in your family this is a great website: https://mathsgear.co.uk. It is international shipping but the things themselves are pretty reasonable. Oldest son is a huge fan of Matt Parker so I got him the newest book and
  23. Key to Algebra is another workbook series that has been very helpful here for my ones that struggle with math. The workbooks are topical, so you do not need to purchase the whole set if it is just ____ she is hitting a roadblock with. But I would try the pdf's Heigh Ho linked above and see if those help first.
  24. re challenges of quarantine I quarantined after working elections in our in-law apartment - 4 days until I got tested, then 4 more days waiting for results. There were aspects of it that were strangely comforting -- it started to register as a physical manifestation of all the weirdness of the last eight months, as if living in my isolation tank started to register as a kind of incarnation that helped me process everything. But. I had free access to my yard and lawn chair and patio heater whenever I wanted; and I did it with my dog, which made all the difference. (I sta
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