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  1. Hi All, I am hoping for some pearls of wisdom here because I am really agonizing over a math decision. Here is the background. My DS is a sophomore & completed MUS Algebra 1 in 9th grade. He got a B in the class, he is not a strong math student & works hard for his grade. He had done MUS since 6th grade. Well last summer, after completing MUS algebra 1, DS decided he wants to be a nurse & get his BSN degree. Well after research we realized he will need college algebra & stats as general ed requirements & no other higher level maths. Thank goodness. So I deci
  2. I am thinking of getting something else to help with math. My foster son is in grade 6 but is currently homeschooled. We are using Horizons 3 for the spiral nature. ( When we try to do mastery type math he forgets whatever we have learned when we go back to it. I have taught and retaught how to tell time.) We have supplemented with Math Mammoth Level 2 and level 3 where appropriate. He is all over the place with math. He can add 4 digit numbers together with multiple addenends, and we have been working on multiplication facts. We completed the section in MM Level 2 on subtraction. He
  3. I posted about one of my daughter's struggle with her first grade MM. We are switching to MUS Alpha. I found they teacher's manual, DVD and manipulatives used, and ordered the workbook last week at a conference. In comparing the two (MUS teacher's manual and the MM 1b that we are currently using) it's obvious how completely different the curriculum is. Do I have to start at the beginning with MUS? If so, can we quickly move past the material she is already familiar with? I'm just concerned about how far behind she will be at the end of our school year in June. The workbook hasn't arriv
  4. We have been using MUS with our 7yo 2nd grade since K, so we are working on Beta. I am not in love with this curriculum, but it was recommended by a seasoned hs mom and by SWB. It seemed to get the job done and I am loathe to change math curriculum, since each has their own way of doing things. My kid seemed to be doing fine and progressing at the expected rate of one lesson/week - until we hit adding with regrouping. It was then I discovered she was doing the algorithm without understanding the why behind it. So we stopped MUS and started counting beans and using paper cups for two weeks. We
  5. How frustrating would it be for a student to work with Math U See and have Cuisenaire Rods as the manipulatives instead of integer blocks? Background: I'm trying to find strategies to help my SIL remediate my nephew. I'm looking at Math U See. (He has almost completely stalled out with MM.) We both have C-Rods, I'm not sure she'll be excited about springing for MUS blocks, too. So, I'm wondering if c-rods can be substituted. Bad idea? I'm planning to purchase a used copy of Gamma DVD/student text from someone on the boards. A trial run, I guess, to see how it goes. Will attempting to u
  6. Is it possible for a 6yo to become a self directed learner? Is the age of 6 too young for this? I currently use MUS and MM.
  7. We have been using RS math for 2 years, and I have a DS finishing Level B and a DD finishing level C. I really like lots of things about RS, and I do think the kids have done pretty well with it. But. I am really tired of feeling overwhelmed with math instruction. All the games/manipulatives/prep work area really just too much, and obviously those are the hallmarks of RS. Sigh. There's also the fact that I think the RS creator and I speak separate languages. Often I have to read things 3 times before I get what she wants me to say and do with the lessons. I am really considering switchin
  8. Hi all, I need help cutting down on busy work for my 10 year old. What should I cut? What is redundant? What would you keep (or add)? Math U See (epsilon)- 1 sheet daily Mad Minute (1 minute fact review) 6 Mental Math problems (singapore) daily 1 Process Skill problem (singapore) daily I want to add in Beast Academy. That feels like it will be too much. What can I take out? Thanks so much in advance!! Jennifer
  9. Over the years we've tried many different maths program, the ones I like and works well for us is Miquon Math, Singapore and quite recently, MUS. I plan on using MUS as our main program for this year, and Miquon and Singapore as our supplementary material. Questions: My dd finds the problems quite easy in MUS (currently on Delta), and she can master the lessons after the first lesson, so I wanted to challenge her - particularly with word problems. 1. My question is, how can I use other math programs to supplement with MUS? All of the other math programs are written with different to
  10. So I am trying to get this whole Math U See thing down....I just started and we went back to Alpha with my 3rd grader so he would grasp the concept behind the program. The problem I am facing is this, they don't want a child to count on for any of their facts even if it is mentally. My son says he does this especially when adding 2 to a number. So my question is...how do I know if he really is? Is it a big deal? When do you decide to try something else? Please, please help!
  11. I could use some some advice about my student with math difficulties. Quick background: He is 14 and I teach him in a small group of 2 kids at a private school. We meet for an hour a day. I don't think he likes me too much, but that may partly be due to being 14 :huh: We started the year doing a lot of Ronit Bird and he was really improving, doing fine telling me the "numbers inside" other numbers, doing addition and subtraction within 10. I found out that he was feeling upset about doing "the easy stuff" so I tested him out with 2-digit addition just for the heck of it. He did fine. I tr
  12. Hello there, I have never used MUS before. I used RightStart A - C with my son and then Singapore through 6B for the rest of the years. He is now grade 8 and someone gave me MUS Pre-algebra complete package. I'd love to make use of this free blessing but I am not sure I can. With RightStart for instance, you can't just start using it if you've never used it before. You have to do transition lessons to get you thinking and doing math in the "RightStart way". Is this the case for MUS too? Doesn't he need to learn to use the rods and stuff first? Or could we jump right in to the Pre-Algebra progr
  13. 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?
  14. I remember reading Sue in St Pete's review of Math U See a while ago but now all I can find is this thread and the link to her review is dead (at least for me). http://forums.welltrainedmind.com/topic/67227-math-u-see/ Can anyone help me find it on this forum or elsewhere .... maybe someone saved it and can repost? TIA!!
  15. Hello All: My daughter used Math in Focus 1st and 2nd grade at a private school. I homeschooled her last year using Math in Focus for 3rd grade. Math in Focus is way to expensive for us, so I switched to Singapore Primary Mathematics St. Ed. for 3B (last part of 3rd grade). Now she is in 4th grade (still homeschooling) but I am uncertain as to which curriculum for math I should use with her. Should I switch to Math U See? Switch to Math Mammoth? Stay with Singapore Primary Mathematics Standard Ed.? Do any of you have any thoughts on this? Thanks, Denny
  16. I somehow ended up on Math-U-See's site tonight. I've heard of them before, seen them at conventions, and even watched a sample disc once. I remember now ruling it out, for some reason....... ...so I just watched the sample video tonight for Primer...which I assume is K5 level. Um, I thought I would see something lively, interactive for this level at least. Nope, boring man standing in front of a white board...having a very boring conversation, using words that are just not K5-oriented. What I am missing? Does anyone actually use and enjoy it at this young level?
  17. Hello all of you fabulous educators! I need to firm up my math curriculum in the next 2 weeks for my 2nd and 1st grade boys. Please read and advise this newbie with only 1 year under her belt! Last year I used Modern Curriculum Press Math along with MUS. I feel our results were good and both boys are ahead of where they "should be" as I worked with them individually to push them forward. I thought MUS was abit slow and I felt if I continued with it they might be left behind. After about 4 weeks of MUS I kinda quit it and by EOY brought my 1st grader to mastery of addition/subtracti
  18. 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
  19. 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?
  20. In doing some research on MUS, and if it would be a good fit for our situation, I noticed that quite a few people mentioned using LOF to supplement MUS. I'd like to know more (for those who do this), about why you felt LOF was a good supplement to MUS? And why you would need to supplement it? Thanks so much! :)
  21. I'm still trying to figure out the best math program for my son. Background: he is a (young) kindergartener but advanced in math. He just plain "gets" it and tested into the Math-u-see gamma and Singapore 2a. I on the other hand struggle with math. I'm also dyslexic which often throws a wrench in my teaching as I swap numbers unaware. Numbers are much harder for me for some reason than letters. On top of it all, have two little ones, so not much time to study and prep before lessons. My husband excels at math, majored in math in college, and considers math the most important subject-- he
  22. I am trying to determine if I need to buy the new edition...What are others doing? I have a daughter on lesson 14 in Epsilon and another daughter on lesson 15 in Gamma. Now MUS has revised the books and I'm trying to decide if I should switch them over to the new edition immediately or wait until they finish their current levels. I can't quite tell if there are enough changes/additions to switch them now. Anyone else using MUS? any opinions?
  23. So here is my dilemma. DD has been through A Beka math through 3rd grade, Then we switched to MUS and she has done (or will have done) half of Delta, Epsilon, and Zeta. I want to switch to Singapore because I am concerned that MUS is not enough in the upper grades. We have started 5B to learn the teaching style on somewhat familiar concepts. We did the same with MUS which is why she did half of Delta. If I continue with MUS she will be in Pre-algebra next year(7th). If I continue with Singapore 6 A/B based on the table of contents she will be covering topics that she has already d
  24. My almost 8 year old is a right-brained or VSL learner and has some color vision issues. He sees only the main colors, very little shades, and brown and green are often the same/grey. His reading is up to level now, but math is making very slow progress. He can understand the processes, negative numbers, place value, infinity, but he can not remember his addition facts. I've read this is typical. This is hard for me as I am a college math adjunct, and my son has dreams of building robots and thus needing math. We are using SM 1B. Slowly. Working some drill on math facts, but it doesn
  25. My daughter is in 5th grade and she has been doing exclusively MUS math since the beginning. This year she was struggling with fractions and I took a break and did MM's blue series 1st book of Fractions (1-3 grade) as a review. It helped solidify what she'd learned, but she said she liked the MM but prefers to do the MUS videos to help her understand. I'm afraid though that it's not all sinking in with just MUS. So I thought about incorporating both. I've heard many do it on here, but am unsure how. How do you do it? What does Math at your house look like when you combine the two pr
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