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  1. Hey all! So I’m trying to make a decision for 2nd Grade Math and I need some help! Do you feel that Saxon or CLE teaches the facts better? I really like both of these programs (we’ve used some CLE in the past) but I can’t seem to decide which one I want to do. Anyone have any thoughts and opinions on which program they prefer?!
  2. I have to tell him what to do today! Do I do CLE Math Unit 110 and 201 (Is that too much review?). Or Do 110 and then go directly to 202? Or Skip 110 and do 201? I looked at 201 and it looks like pretests to see what he learned from last year.
  3. I know comparisons between CLE math and R&S have been done on here several times, but I have some more specific questions that hopefully someone can help me with.... I know that R&S does a *very* good job in laying a solid foundation of arithmetic skills. Do you feel that CLE does as good of a job in this area? Or do you feel that the focus on geometry/algebra skills (especially in the middle school grades) takes away at all from arithmetic skills?? I really like the way R&S develops concepts. For instance, I really like the way it has taught fractions and my ds has a gr
  4. Can it be done? Dd11 will finish CLE Math 6 this school year. She has done very, very well with CLE. I went with CLE because I wanted her to have a solid foundation before moving into higher-level math. I feel confident that she will have that solid foundation when she finishes CLE 6. I know that CLE 7 is a Pre-Algebra course, but dd is asking for something different, and I am ok with indulging her. So, can we switch to Pre-Algebra after this? Dh and I had originally decided upon Videotext for Algebra. Dh sat in on a session by the Videotext guy and loved it. Since he is the math pers
  5. Does anyone here have experience or knowledge of both CLE and Lifepac 8th grade math? Which do you prefer? My son was in public school up until now, but we have decided to home school him. I need a curriculum that basically tells me exactly what to do. I will be using Lifepac for history, science, and language arts. The person I'm getting them from does not have math so I have to purchase a separate math, and I've narrowed it down to CLE or the matching Lifepac. I'm not sure what, if any, the differences are. The price is pretty much exactly the same for both of them, so that isn't
  6. I have been researching Algebra 1 options and was curious if anyone has used or compared CLE's Algebra 1 to other math curriculum yet? It seems like CLE gets a lot of positive reviews for its Primary math. But I've heard very little about CLE 800, Algebra, Geometry, Trig, etc... Thanks,
  7. Without going into all of the gory details, I have a huge math crisis! Dd (7th) has done Singapore 3B-6B and I've been debating where to go next year. She really wants to do algebra in the fall, and agreed to do pre-algebra over the summer to make that happen. However, today just out of curiousity I gave her the Saxon placement test for 8/7 and Pre-alg....and she bombed it. I was shocked because she excells at Singapore. She's smart and--I thought--mathy. However, it appears that she hasn't been retaining much, and also had trouble doing problems when not presented in Singapore fashion
  8. I'm looking at the samples, and it looks like if the student passes the pre-test they can skip to the next lesson. Is that accurate?
  9. Our daughter is finishing up CLE math 5 with consistently high test scores on the light unit tests (always over 90; often closer to 100). She also does the Key To series and is finishing up the Key to Fractions and Key to Decimals. I went to check out the local public arts magnet school (middle school) and the 6th grade counselor had asked to see a scope and sequence for her math curricula to help with *possible* placement (there are two levels of math for 6th graders - an average 6th grade math class and a 6/7 advanced class. When the counselor looked at the scope and sequence for CLE Mat
  10. I'm looking at my options for my kiddos' math and am trying to figure out what is best for them. My 4th grader (5th grade next year) has been doing great with MUS Delta. She's almost done. I have Epsilon and Life of Fred for fun for her next year. I thought though, about supplementing with something else to give her different exposure to different mathematical thinking. I thought about using Math Mammoth, to give her a different perspective and keep her sharp on her skills. These are both mastery programs, so maybe that's not what she needs. I love the look of MEP but wouldn't have a
  11. My first grade son is struggling with math. I used MUS with my daughter very successfully and just assumed it would work for him in Alpha. BUT, tears were a constant part of math every day and the "I don't get it" look after watching the video a couple times and I explain it. Then he'd seem to get it, but the next day we'd have to do it all over again. No retention. So I took a break from MUS Alpha, printed off some MM workbooks in the same topic (simple addition) and he did okay for a little while but quickly got overwhelmed. We went back to the beginning of the workbook and got to about
  12. I am so overwhelmed by math choices. Spiral or mastery, all the different programs...I'm just overwhelmed. I am looking for a kindergarten program. We will be doing some math with the calendar (making the date with coins) as well as some simple playing around with addition/subtraction up to 10 w/ manipulatives - that we are already doing. Math overwhelms me in general. I am not a logic or math person. I need to spend $50 or less. I don't have the money to try something and toss it if it doesn't work. Basically, I need something that will work for me so I teach it. I need something
  13. I looked through every Light Unit today in Grade 6 and it just seems really slow and tons of review, and the new material doesn't seem to be very good. I was hoping they would start a bit more pre-algebra type things, etc. For instance, we usually skip the -01 levels anyway, but even in the 602 it was a TON of review. (We have used CLE since second half of Grade 1) xpost
  14. Our math background: We started out this year with LifePac level 3. We liked the format of the LP's, but we weren't impressed with the content. We finished that off, and just started Abeka 4. I know it's a good solid program, but we're just not loving the format, or the way the problems are mixed in, or... something. All I know is it's not really grabbing me, but more importantly, my son has gone from wanting to do math first each day, to dragging his feet on it. I've seen a LOT on this board about CLE Math. Before coming here, I'd never heard much about it at all. The format seems more li
  15. I've looking for reviews/feedback from anyone who has used CLE math for several years, especially into middle and high school. I've searched the board a few times, but can't find any! Thanks! Jen mom to ds (13, CP and Asperger's), dd (13), ds (11), and dd (7)
  16. Im at my wits end. My DS will just sit and stare, play, get distracted, leave the desk to play with toys......ANYTHING so he doesn't have to do math!!! Today it was 2.5 hours. For weeks now, it's been hours to complete a lesson. There was one day last week that he finished in 45 minutes so I know he can do it. My DD finishes in 30-40 minutes and she is the one that struggles with math. My DS is mathy and "gets it". I really don't want to switch math programs. I mean, I guess I could since he is on book 209 so he is almost done with 2nd grade....ugh! I really don't know what to do, but
  17. I confess-- I don't know a thing about CLE's materials, but on the recent thread discussing Favorites (or was it "what you wish you had discovered sooner"?), CLE Math was mentioned time and again. So I'm wondering-- what makes it so special?? I've used Singapore for years, but with my youngest, I just might need to switch things up a bit... therefore, I'd love to hear your feeback! Thanks!
  18. I'm wanting to switch my 8 year old son from MUS (he has gone through primer and alpha) to first grade CLE math. Has anyone done this and had good results? I feel the way it is laid out will help him a lot better than MUS. I LOVE the concepts of MUS, but it's just not working out for us very well....
  19. I've looking for reviews/feedback from anyone who has used CLE math for several years, especially into middle and high school. I've searched the board a few times, but can't find any! Thanks! Jen mom to ds (13, CP and Asperger's), dd (13), ds (11), and dd (7)
  20. We currently use CLE math but I had always figured we would switch over to Saxon at SOME point. . .probably at level 5/4 or 6/5. DS started his 402 LU today, so I figured it was a good time to take a look at it and. . . . I. don't. like. it. After a few years of CLE, I just really prefer their layout and everything MUCH better. So. . .we won't be switching to Saxon anytime soon. We'll have to switch to it or something else at some point though as CLE isn't planning on writing math past Alg 2. :confused: I'm going to try and not drive myself crazy about thinking about that though.
  21. Can anyone who knows CLE math tell me how the levels compare to other programs? Would you say it's about the same as other programs, generally ahead, generally behind? Tia.
  22. If your child aces the pretest, do you skip the lesson?
  23. Hi there, I am planning school year 2012 and I would love to find out how long the following subjects roughly to complete per lesson, for Grade 1 CLE. CLE 1 Language Arts CLE 1 Reading CLE 1 Maths Thanks heaps Sherid
  24. Just curious as to how long it takes to complete one light unit. I'm thinking about switching my twin boy's over to CLE LU 203. Right now they're using BJU onine Math 2 leftover from my DD last year. If I want to keep, I'll have to pay $249 starting in December to continue with it. I think they might like CLE anyway.
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