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  1. Hi all! I could really use some help with choosing a curriculum for my 12 y/o daughter. We've done RightStart A-F. I'm considering doing RightStart Levels G and H for middle school. I like the independence of it, and I like that it integrates other math concepts.... Still not sure about waiting 2 years to start algebra though. She's not especially "mathy", but RightStart has laid a good foundation for her in regards to number sense and understanding math concepts and she is doing well overall with her math work. I'm also considering Math U See pre-algebra, but like any curriculum I've seen mix
  2. I'll be homeschooling for the first time this fall and am getting hung up on what Math curriculum to use. My son going into second grade did fine with Everyday Math in first grade, my son going into 5th grade struggled with 4th grade math, they used Zearn last year. I'm planning to homeschool my older son from now through the middle school years for sure. He has struggled quite a bit with school in general and has focus issues. We may send our younger son back to public school to finish out elementary. I like the looks of Math U See but am concerned it would be difficult for my younger so
  3. Last year we used MUS Primer with lots of supplements to fill in the holes. My son's favorite subject WAS math. For 1st we switched to Mammoth Math, because I felt Alpha seemed light. He hates it. The pages and amount of problems we need to do are overwhelming to him. He IS really progressing with math and I like open and go nature of MM. I'm torn because while I like the program it is killing his love for math. It has also become a fighting point during school. We finished the first book but I don't think I have it in me to fight through the second book. I kept hoping he would adjust but he i
  4. I'm currently using Saxon Math 2 for my ds7. He doesn't love it, he doesn't hate it. He says he wants to be an engineer and build things when he grows up, and I've read that Saxon is not good for that path. I recently took a few learning type quizzes and they reported that he is primarily an auditory learner, and secondarily a kinesthetic learner. So I've been investigating different math curriculums, and Math U See and Rightstart seemed like something my son might like. Math U See seems similar to Saxon but with more manipulatives, which I like. Rightstart seems to come from left field wit
  5. I've been perusing old threads and new threads regarding my oldest's nemesis, MATH. :scared: We're ready for Pre-Algebra (seriously never thought we'd make it), and I'm thinking about combining Math U See with Bob Jones' Distance Online Learning classes for this year. My thoughts are, she does really well with Math U See, but I know it's not going to be enough for High School. After reading several threads where people have talked about their experiences, I feel like it's a good tutor type program, but not a good stand alone program. I also feel like the time is coming where colleges
  6. Here's the scoop... DD (age 7) doesn't like math, especially addition and subtraction (she likes money and tolerates time. She likes measuring). Math time brings out major bad attitudes, pouting, "it's too hard!" etc. (she likes things to be easy, in all areas of her life). We are attempting 1 page of math a week this summer to help retention. (that's it, one page, but it still sours her mood.) She is not behind. She started 2nd grade MM (2A) half way through 1st. She isn't fast but can just get it done when she makes up her mind to. We are about 40% through 2nd grade MM. She likes
  7. Do I need to Instruction Manual for Alpha? I have the DVD and Student Pack. If you do use it, what do you find most helpful about it? If you don't use it, why?
  8. We have math issues at our house & I'm not sure what to do. #1: Oldest child is in 3rd grade, dyslexic, very social, loves math. She started with Math U See in Kindy but hated it- tears every day, so we quickly switched to Horizons & stayed there through the end of first grade. She was happy with Horizons but I felt that her conceptual knowledge was lacking. For second & third grade we have used Right Start B & C. She loves Right Start. I believe that this is a much better way to learn Math than the traditional workbook approach. The problem? There are several-
  9. I originally posted this on the general ed board but was advised to post it here: Child is in 2nd grade, strong reader, very very smart but under-performs and is often contrary. Very social. Says that he "hates math" but yet often plays math during the day. Started with Horizons in Kindergarten but switched to Horizons when older child did- lots & lots of tears over Horizon- it's "too long". Switched to Right Start when I made the change for older daughter. He hated, hated, hated it, lots more tears, stalling, etc. So this year we moved him to Math U See. Same story. Hates M
  10. Just wanted to get some feedback from the other MUS users. I have a K'er who just finished Primer and a 2nd who just finished Alpha. Since their both moving on to a new book and new level, I was just evaluating our plan of attack. The student work has 2 books... The Student Text which has 3 page of Lesson review (A-C) followed by 3 pages of Sytemic Review (D-F). The Test and Activity Book has 1 to a few pages of "fun" math activities for each lesson number as well as a test page for each lesson. Previously, I was showing the lesson video and then giving my children 1 of the lesson rev
  11. My son is struggling with math. We dropped saxon 7/6 and he is currently doing Life of Fred pre-algebra with bio and loving it! He LOVES LoF. The issue is he's not getting enough practice, I'm finding lots of holes, and his retention is dismal. He frustrates very easily which doesn't help the metter. Do you think adding MUS pre-algebra in with it will be a good solution? I've never done MUS but it's coming highly recommended by my friends here. It's what I'm planning to use with my third grader as well--who is currently loving LOF Apples after homework. Any other suggestions? I thought of j
  12. I am wanting to start homeschooling my son who is going to be in the 2nd grade in the fall and my daughter who is going to be in the 5th grade. My sister homeschools 3 boys and makes it look like a piece of cake. I am feeling overwhelmed. :confused::confused:She gave me some stuff to get started and I am wanting to use the Math u See for math but I have no idea what to use for them especially my son since he is learning to read and write. I don't have a lot to spend and need to do this within budget. If anyone have the Math U See Alpha, Beta, Gamma etc. sets for sale please let me know. I have
  13. My ds is 1/2 way through MUS Algebra 1. He got sidetracked by his academic load in other courses and fell behind in keeping up with the math curriculum. But he's on his way now. At his current pace he should finish in early June. Now that we're into it, we're both feeling a pull in a different direction. The Math U See text doesn't offer the depth he's looking for each week. He loved using Singapore and liked the way of looking at everything through a different lens! I'm thinking about having him finish MUS Algebra I, but he wants to go through something quickly to fill-in any
  14. I am pulling my 3 boys out of school this year, in fact we have already started "homeschooling" although in Math so far we are using summer bridge books. My 9 year old had TERRIBLE math computation scores on his Iowa tests (28-33). The 8 yo didn't do much better. The older is an average student, the younger is very bright in the LA arena but they have trouble applying the math (read: word problems). The 9 yo generally likes math but the eight yo HATES drill. My 6 yo is happy-go-lucky, and at this point, is along for the ride. I have a whole set of MUS manipulatives and both Primer and Al
  15. I have many friends using MUS, but at first glance RS seems to have great examples and lessons for a 5 year old. Could you please share your thoughts on why you would choose RS over MUS. Thanks, Karen
  16. Can anyone tell me what the current equivalent levels are for the classic Math-U-See? Is there a chart somewhere?
  17. I'm looking at using MUS next year (I'll have my son do the placement test to be sure, but looking at it I think he'll do fine). We've done Horizons to this point. I know that in Epsilon, Steve Demme teaches the "why" behind dividing the fractions (what's that old rhyme, "ours is not to reason why, just invert and multiply?" or something like that, LOL!) Anyway, I'm wondering if, in the pre-algebra section, if he ever reviews the reasoning on that. Does anyone know? My son knows how to divide fractions but I'd love for him to know WHY and not just do it. When I try to explain,
  18. Next year, my oldest will be entering the world of pre-algebra. He has used MUS for the last 3 or 4 years and has done very well. Should we just continue on in MUS for higher math? On one hand, I want to make sure it is a rigorous math program ... on the other hand, my son's bent is writing/language/grammar, so do I need to worry about the math being extremely challenging? I'd love to hear what you have used for pre-algebra and above if you have used MUS for elementary math. BTW, we are also using Life of Fred and Challenging Word Problems to supplement. He is currently using LoF Frac
  19. I will be using MUS to reinforce some of the basic concepts for my kiddos over the summer and possibly be switching if it gels with them, and I know they have new 2009 editions out now. My question is: what exactly is changed? Are the dvds and TMs still the same and the changes are to the student books? I'd love to save some money on the TMs, but only if they would still work with the new student books. If anyone has exposure to both I would greatly appreciate your input!:D Thanks! ....and have a wonderful day!:001_smile:
  20. He gave me this awesome response to my inquiries about the program after reading some pretty disparaging thoughts about whether MUS is enough for 'college bound' or 'math bright' kids. This is for you moms using MUS and loving it, but feeling pressure to switch to something 'more rigorous' for high school! Katie Thank you for writing and giving me an opportunity to assure you that MathUSee will more than equip your student for college, upper level science, advanced math applications, and standardized testing such as the ACT and SAT. There are several issues being raised in the comm
  21. We have been using MUS for DS from beta through delta (he only has 2 more lessons to finish). I already have a set of Epsilon to use. We have been really happy with MUS. DS loves the way Mr. Demme teaches on the videos, and he loves doing math. (Now I think he would feel that way with just about any curriculum because he is very mathy and just enjoys playing with numbers.) We started to use some Singapre CWP last month along with the MUS, and we've really liked the material. So now I'm second guessing myself (which has happened quite a bit on our homeschool journey). DS is doing well with
  22. Having problem with 8yo ds being bored with MUS. He has done Alpha and is just finishing Beta. I love the program because of the teaching video, simiplicity, and the thoroughness. I am not a math person! He is not having any problems learning but he is going very slow and is dreading math everyday. I don't know if this is just to boring for him and we need to make a change or if we should just keep going. I don't know what other program would be as teacher friendly and more fun. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thank you, Angie
  23. Hi! We've been using Math-U-See (alpha level) for my dd5 for Kindergarten. I'm not really pleased with it, so I decided we need to switch to something else. My short list is: Right Start Miquon Singapore (I'm open to other programs too) Here's why I'm not happy with MUS: 1) I had thought that since it uses manipulatives, it would be more fun than doing endless worksheets. As it happens, it's endless worksheets that you're supposed to figure out using the manipulatives. (boring, and not concrete enough IMO) So I've been supplementing with games and other activites that I find
  24. We have been using Math U See since the beginning. My son is finishing 7th grade now, and about to complete the MUS pre-algebra book. Should I stick with MUS for Algebra and beyond, or switch to something else for high school? MUS is working fine for us. He gets mostly A's and B's in spite of not being a math-lover. My son is definitely college bound and he is an excellent student. He does well on his standardized testing. He will NOT be studying math or science in college beyond the normal requirements....he will probably be studying English or History or foreign languages. Will MU
  25. I have numerous pages of my Geometry Teacher manual that are falling off the little spiral thingies so I was so glad to see the video of Mr. Demme announcing this as part of the changes for 2009. :thumbup: Here's a list of other improvements coming to MUS for 2009 that were on the blog too. Instruction Kit Improvements Hard Cover (better quality and will last longer) Step by step solutions for each problem Subtitles on the DVD’s (in yellow and white) Improved graphic design Student Kit Improvements Perfect binding (stronger and can stand on a shelf) Individual perfor
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