Topic | Promising Resource for Math for Young Children

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  • missceegee
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    I came across this resource today. It is geared for kids 3-6 and is intended to be done orally. I think it will be perfect for some ideas for my K boy this coming year.

    Arithmetic for Young Children by Horace Grant

    I just wanted to share.

    BlessedMommy
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    Thanks! 🙂

    cedargirl
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    Missceegee, that is a great find! I looked around and found a hardcover reprint that I am adding to my wish list. I prefer paper in hand books and that one looks like it is worth having as a teacher resource. Thank you!

    homeschooltraveler
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    Thanks for sharing this! I used it today with my 8 & 7 yr olds for some review. They both need to get a better handle on mental math, so starting from the beginning seems perfect. It went well, and I think that I will be using it throughout the summer to drill them. Thanks again!

    Stacy

    Alicia Hart
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    missceegee-

    Could you tell me your thoughts about MEP math?  Have you ever considered using it instead of MUS (if you still use MUS)?

    Thanks!

    Alicia

    missceegee
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    I’ve never looked at mep, I’m sorry.

    HollyS
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    Thanks for sharing!  This looks like a great book.

    Roslyn
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    I know this is an old post i just saw it. I really like the looks of this book did any of you end up using it? What are your thoughts?

    Regan
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    I love this resource.  After looking at it for about 20 minutes, I printed it off right then and there.  I like that it is scripted.  I feel like I need a bit of hand holding with Math.  I had a horrible experience with Math all of my life.  I felt constantly confused after the basics of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division were covered.  Because of this, it is so important that I give my kids a solid and clear introduction to Arithmetic.  We also use Ray’s,  Strayor Upton and Mathematics: An Instrument for Living Teaching.  My fourth child with be starting Kindergarten in the upcoming school year so I am thrilled to find this.   Thanks for sharing Missceegee.  If you ladies have any other Math books like this for the older ages, please share it with me.  🙂

    April
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    Missceegee, This is totally off topic, but I have to say I LOVE your hair and I’m so happy you decided to go grey.  You look stunning!  Now to look at the math for my littles. ~April

    missceegee
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    I used the bulk of this book with ds7 last year in K with a variety of household counting things.  It was perfect for us.  This year for 1st, he’s doing Math Mammoth Light Blue Full Curriculum and is doing very well.  He has a good strong number sense and that little book was an instrumental part of that.

    April, thank you.  I’ve been gray for a few years now and love it.  I grew out my hair and like that, too.  I tried on a dark brown wig for fun recently and it made me look old! The gray sparkles. ?

    Melanie32
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    Agreeing that your hair looks great Missceegee! I hope mine looks half as good when I am all gray. 🙂

    missceegee
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    Thanks, Melanie.  That’s sweet.

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