FairProspects Posted July 12, 2012 Share Posted July 12, 2012 He does not have all his addition/subtraction facts memorized, but many of them are. He could use maybe another week on making tens, but he is fabulous with graphs and probability and is bored with addition/subtraction. He has played around with multiplication/division on his own, but I haven't done anything formal. Do we just keep moving forward? He tested end of 1st grade math on standardized testing in May, fwiw. I'm just hesitant to accelerate him b/c of his age. I don't want to push him or burn him out, but I'm afraid I'm ruining math for him each time I hand him another addition/subtraction worksheet. The other day he didn't even pick up a rod but filled it out from memory. I don't know what to do with a fast processor! I've paged through Singapore 1 and other than maybe some word problems and telling time he's through it already. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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