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Good morning, marmiemama, and with what a sweet boy you are blessed!
Please know, you don’t have to do it alone. There is a closed fb group called
“Charlotte Mason Math Together.” It is not affiliated with either me or SCM but is a place dedicated to CM math using the SCM DVD and handbook. There is no extraneous discussion just encouragement and support in this area. You could join, take a look around, ask questions about their experiences, and leave if it doesn’t suit. The pictures blow me away. It is fb wielded wisely.
Richele I was just on fB and couldn’t find that group. I would like to be part of it
Sonya or SCM team……Is there a way to get the DVD as a download? or maybe watch it online via a password after payment?
I am in the uk, I have bought the pdf manual but feel I really need to see the dvd to make sense of it…but shipping is $30 on top of the $19 for the dvd and I just don’t have that.
P.S. I have asked on the actual dvd product page in the shop too.
Request permission and the administrator, Bridgett, will let you in.
If you haven’t heard back, you may want to use the “Contact” button, top right.
We haven’t really told anyone yet, but we are in the final stages of having internet streaming for all of our videos. Unfortunately, I don’t have a date yet for when that will be available (more likely months than weeks). We’ll certainly announce it here on the forum, on our blog, across social media, and through our mailing list when it happens, though.RuralmamaParticipant
I have watched the first DVD and have a clarification question. In year 1 we introduce numbers1-100 stressing place value do addition and subtraction problems up to the number we are working on both with and perhaps without manipulative and money. But no memorizstion is required in year 1. In year 2 the addition and subtraction tables are formally memorized.
Yes, Roslyn, you are correct.
I have read through your book Richele and this thread and have been so encouraged! Thank you for all your time and effort! Also, thank you SCM team. As always, you guys continue to bless the homeschooling community with great, usable, encouraging resources!
I do have a question. I have 5 kids ages 9,7, almost 6, 3 and 1. We have been using Christian Light Math. My oldest loved math and excels at it, but has recently started to dislike math very much. He can still grasp it, but I believe it is because of the approach we are using-lessons can be long and boring. So, I would really like to switch him over to Charlotte’s approach. I am just not sure how to do this. He knows such a wide variety of things because CLE is a spiral program. I am uncertain where to begin. Do you have any advice for starting an older child? With my other kids, it seems easy to just jump in.
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