Time4tea Posted June 25, 2009 Share Posted June 25, 2009 (edited) I have decided to start my dd 11 in MUS since TT and Saxon's spiral is not working. I had originally planned to bring her upto speed in multiplicatons over the summer and then move to division in the fall and start Episilon at the same time since the beginning of Epsilon is all review for her.......but I have serious doubts that she will be able to go past the first 1/3 (lesson 9 could be as far as we get) to 1/2 of Episilon in the next year. A friend has loaned me her Mastering Mathematics (MM) for the summer and it is set up like MUS with mastery in each subject but it also gives the plan for what would be grade appropriate for each math function. I am considering doing MUS in the same way and using MM for determining mastery and drill. I feel like if I wait for her to master one skill we could stay there forever! The book Homeschooling Children with Special Needs lists MM as their top math program for special needs. MUS is also recommended and provides the visual instruction. Anyone ever done anything like this - working on MUS until you hit a brick wall and then coming back to it later. Any thoughts would be appreciated. ~Tea~ Edited June 25, 2009 by Time4tea Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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