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My son is 9, grade - 3. Recently aced Noetic learning's contest. He's already in Higher Math at school. I taught him and would like to continue teaching him. For the summer - my plan is to complete Glen Ellison's Hard Math (Elementary School) and in which he has approx. 3 to 4 new topics only to learn. It will take him till EOM August as teaching time is limited. As and when he'll be in 4th. grade, in New Jersey and where I need some assistance is: - He'll need to practice the stuff I taught him using the above book and whatever school teaches as per their core curriculum (practice, practice and practice). Which websites is best suited for this type of review based practice? - As part of furthering and reinforcing the stuff and making it challenging too was planning to use (yet to buy) Zaccaro's Upper Elementary Challenge Math. - I am currently a little unhappy in how he approaches word problems so was thinking Zaccaro's Becoming a problem solving genius. Also debating if I should also purchase Ten Things all future .... by the same author. - 1 particular book which caught my attention is Math Circles for Elementary School: Berkley 2009 available in Amazon. But not sure if its worth it or should I use it instead of the above book? - Beast Academy text books I really liked but waiting for them to open up the online teaching in 2018. Any assistance / replacements recommended - highly appreciated!
Hi everyone, Check out these two FREE webinars for lots of helpful, practical tips on teaching addition and subtraction! From Kate Snow: math expert, homeschool mom, and author of our two newest books "Addition Facts that Stick" and "Subtraction Facts that Stick." Addition: January 5th, 8 PM Eastern time Subtraction: January 17th, 8 PM Eastern time Sign up here! And if you aren't available for those time slots, don't worry: we are planning to make recordings of the sessions available shortly after they happen. Justin from Well-Trained Mind Press