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Can anyone recommend a good catch math program. My kids took standardized tests today and I am so disappointed. I have failed them. My daughter graduates nect year and she scored 7th-8th grade in math. We have used MUS up to Algebra 1 and she managed to get through it. But she couldn’t remember how to do anything. Wondering if there was something I could use senior year to re-teach/review all basic math. Any ideas? My 8th grader didnt do much better, but at least I have time with him.RuralmamaParticipant
Learn math fast maybe
or perhaps this
Maybe also the key to… series
You can also use the chat or email options at rainbow resource. Those ladies know alot about the stuff they sell and have had lots of feedback from mothers. I hope you figure out what to do. Keep praying about it! Let us know.RuralmamaParticipant
Here is the link for learn math fast it won’t post with 2 links https://www.rainbowresource.com/category.jhtm?cid=14112CrystalNParticipant
Thanks <i>Ruralmama. </i>Math Essentials looks pretty good. I chatted with Rainbow and they suggested lots of options. And they agreed Math Essentials was a possibility. I am hoping I can get through Math Essentials, Dave Ramsey, and Notgrass Economics next year. Aye that seems like a lot. But I can probably pare down the other subjects. She technically only needs Economics, English, and American History to graduate. I can probably just let her write her book and do Easy Grammar for English, along with family literature. History can be just reading and family subjects. I cannot believe I have just one year left. So much I want to do with her.abofamilyParticipant
Our middle daughter had issues with math. We used MUS until pre-algebra and switched to TT. She was so frustrated that she ended up cheating through her pre-algebra year. Grades that got emailed to me looked great so I had no idea. Following year, we had moved back to MUS because I didn’t like not knowing what was going on and she admitted she cheated the prior year so we had to start back at pre-algebra and work through it again. Best thing we did was get her a math tutor! She took A1 with tutor her junior year, then the tutor was able to help her get through Geometry and Algebra 2 during her senior year. At this age, the kids have to have some responsibility to work hard. You can take a horse to water, but can’t make them drink is a real thing. My daughter had some learning disabilities we weren’t aware of until her senior year but truly, God still worked through all of our “failures” and carved out a perfect niche for her that fits her personality SO well. She may not use that level of math, but she runs her own business beautifully and manages her money better than what we taught her. She has learned a lot on her own…as needed, which in my mind is exactly what our goal in homeschooling was to begin with; to teach them how to learn.
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