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I received an email from Maria today. She will have a sale on Math Mammoth next week. Here's what she said:


Then, a note about the upcoming Math Mammoth sale. I don't have any

fancy name for it, so I'll call it the "three-day January sale."

Lame perhaps, but it'll work, right? It'll happen next week, from

23rd till 25th of January! I'll email you the details about it at

that time.


Till then,

Maria Miller

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The sale has started early (tonight) . . . Details are below:




For January 23-25, get 23% off of all Math Mammoth downloads & CDs

at Kagi store.


Use the coupon code THREEDAYS.


But... ACTUALLY, the sale starts tonight, on the eve of Jan. 23, so

you can already go shopping!


Go to http://www.mathmammoth.com first, then find the links to

Kagi's order pages. OR, use these direct links:



~ Light Blue series (complete curriculum)



~ Blue series



~ Golden and Green Series



~ Make It Real Learning workbooks



~ Bundles (CDs or downloads)






Maria Miller

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Can you explain all the colors? I'm confused by them. :001_huh:


It is very confusing at first, but I'll try:


Light Blue = complete curriculum; typical math workbook style but teaching to the student is included right in the lessons; divided into grade levels such as 1A and 1B, 2A and 2B, etc.


Blue Series = math booklets by topic for grades 1 - 6


Golden Series = math worksheets by grade; covers 3rd - 8th


Green Series = worksheets by topic; each topic spans several grades


Make it Real Series = (taken from MM's website) The workbooks contain activities or problem situations taken from real-life, with real data. Some examples of the situations are: cell phone plans, autism, population growth, cooking, borrowing money, credit cards, life spans, music downloads, etc. etc. As students work through the problems, they can use the math skills and concepts they have learned in their math curriculum (such as the concept of average or graphing), and apply those to a situation from real-life.


Each activity-lesson in the book contains several questions about the situation, starting with basics and going into more in-depth evaluations, and should be adequate for one-two complete class periods.


If that doesn't help, you may want to poke around on the website for more information: http://www.mathmammoth.com.

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For those waiting, in today's homeschool buyer coop newsletter it announced the MM sale will happen in March.


Does anyone remember if the HSBC sale only includes the download pkgs? I don't really like printing stuff out. I THINK I remember the last HSBC sale only including downloads, but then again, my memory is not the best.

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