FairProspects Posted December 7, 2011 Share Posted December 7, 2011 (edited) Admittedly, we came late to the c-rod party, but they are the only manipulative that is helping ds solve addition/subtraction problems. However, he is dyslexic and it shows up in math by not being able to quickly recognize or memorize mental math facts despite repeated use. So, he still uses c-rods for nearly every problem and works really slowly. We are about to complete MM 1B and move into 2A. Is it a problem for him to continue using c-rods to find the answer or is he supposed to have these memorized by 2nd grade math? Is there a point where I really should take them away? Are we on a different time table due to the LD? Edited December 7, 2011 by FairProspects Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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