brendag Posted August 1, 2012 Share Posted August 1, 2012 (edited) I did a search to see if anyone here had talked about it before and couldn't find anything. There was a discussion about Russian and Singapore math programs on a non-homeschool site and there was a link to this program. http://www.reasoningmind.org/ The site map makes it easier to find info. Here is a pdf on the supposed differences between RM and traditional US curriculum. http://www.reasoningmind.org/pdf/Differences_Between_RM_and_Traditional_Curricula.pdf There is an individual enrollment option so it can be used as a supplement or a core curriculum. My kids are too young for this, but we use Dreambox Math as a supplement to RightStart since Dreambox also uses the abacus. I'm always on the lookout for the future though. :001_smile: I was just wondering if anyone here has used it and if so, what do you think? Brenda ETA - It is also adaptive. This looks encouraging even if only as a supplement, but I am a math lightweight. Waiting for the "mathies" to watch the sample movies and weigh in. hehe Edited August 1, 2012 by brendag Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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