HappyGrace Posted June 20, 2012 Share Posted June 20, 2012 I am always hearing how TT is "behind", doesn't have all the things in it to be complete, etc. I know people weigh in on both sides; I don't want to debate. I'm just looking for a way for math-phobic, math-hater dd12 to get a good grasp on Pre-Algebra in a very engaging way that teaches at least some of the WHY behind the math (and not just rote). She has used CLE up til now (is finishing 6) and can score okay in the math book but has no clue about how to apply the math outside of it. She only understands math in a formulaic way and I want to make sure to lay a good foundation for algebra and beyond by helping her understand more what she's doing. I am trying the MUS Epsilon (just finished) and Zeta dvds with her to try to remediate her math understanding, but his explanations aren't working for her. Could TT be the thing to help, and would both TT Pre-Alg and Alg give a good pre-algebra coverage? Edit/Delete Message Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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