Miquon Blue Book Level 3
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Math is not just numbers! Using Cuisenaire rods, Miquon Math Labs allows children to model numbers and operations concretely. It uses a handson, patternbuilding, discovery method that fosters independence and creativity in problem solving. The unique format of the program allows for flexibility  use each book straight through, or teach topically. It introduces children to all four basic math operations in grade one  plus fractions, clock arithmetic, area, volume and factoring  building confidence in children and taking the "mystery" out of these otherwisedelayed topics. By third grade, children understand different base systems and graph algebraic equations! These are not typical workbooks that test what a child already has learned, but lab sheets  teaching pages. Children are shown that, while there is only one correct solution, there are different ways to arrive at it, and it encourages them to develop their own techniques. The "standard" approach is not always the best. For example, which is easier: 400  298 or 398  298 + 2 or 400  300 + 2? Techniques like these really help when caught without pencil or paper! After using Miquon with four children, we can attest that this program has promoted flexibility in problem solving  using the right technique for the situation. Ours now tackle new or difficult problems creatively, even fearlessly!
I would also recommend purchase of the Annotations. A teacher's guide for all six workbooks, it contains a general overview and several suggestions on how to present each major concept. It also provides preliminary activities for a concrete understanding of the math concepts as well as more detailed explanations for many of the lab sheets. While answers are supplied for some of the more "tricky" sheets, most worksheets are shown sans answers, so take the time to fill in the answers as you correct work for your first "math labs" student  then you'll have a completed key to use with the next!
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Show MoreMath is not just numbers! Using Cuisenaire rods, Miquon Math Labs allows children to model numbers and operations concretely. It uses a handson, patternbuilding, discovery method that fosters independence and creativity in problem solving. The unique format of the program allows for flexibility  use each book straight through, or teach topically. It introduces children to all four basic math operations in grade one  plus fractions, clock arithmetic, area, volume and factoring  building confidence in children and taking the "mystery" out of these otherwisedelayed topics. By third grade, children understand different base systems and graph algebraic equations! These are not typical workbooks that test what a child already has learned, but lab sheets  teaching pages. Children are shown that, while there is only one correct solution, there are different ways to arrive at it, and it encourages them to develop their own techniques. The "standard" approach is not always the best. For example, which is easier: 400  298 or 398  298 + 2 or 400  300 + 2? Techniques like these really help when caught without pencil or paper! After using Miquon with four children, we can attest that this program has promoted flexibility in problem solving  using the right technique for the situation. Ours now tackle new or difficult problems creatively, even fearlessly!
I would also recommend purchase of the Annotations. A teacher's guide for all six workbooks, it contains a general overview and several suggestions on how to present each major concept. It also provides preliminary activities for a concrete understanding of the math concepts as well as more detailed explanations for many of the lab sheets. While answers are supplied for some of the more "tricky" sheets, most worksheets are shown sans answers, so take the time to fill in the answers as you correct work for your first "math labs" student  then you'll have a completed key to use with the next!

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Do not include HTML, links, references to other stores, pricing or contact info.My question is about:If your question is about more than one item, click + to add them.Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 27 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreMy son uses Miquon and we are moving onto the next book.Jammi G on Sep 20, 2017We like the books. We have 3 kids. We needed the next onesDave A on Apr 20, 2017we have many kids :)Elizabeth M on Mar 10, 2017excellent curriculum for promoting understandingElizabeth M on Dec 11, 2016It takes the children very quickly through the basic math operations. Miquon teaches how to figure out the answers instead of just memorizing facts.Patricia M on Oct 24, 2016I've used these books with my older children. They are a great resource.Angela B on Jul 20, 2016Math for my rising first grader, after he finishes the red book.Rachel G on May 14, 2016It makes math visible and easy for the student to understand.mandy m on Apr 27, 2016We finished level 2. Love these math books!Crystal G on Apr 7, 2016We've used Miquon math with our oldest 7 kids. My wife likes the way it is laid out for younger kids, and likes using the quisenaire rods. Just continuing what we have been using for years.Dale Benjamin B on Feb 17, 2016My father likes blue.Tom C on Dec 10, 2015The series dovetails well with our MOntessori math.Cheri S on Nov 1, 2015My son uses Miquon and we are moving onto the next book.Jammi G on Sep 20, 2017These books appeal to children who tend to be visual and kinesthetic learners. My child likes solving problems using the rods.
I also love the opportunity for the student to apply open ended math thinking.Hamza n Musa A on Aug 29, 2017We like the books. We have 3 kids. We needed the next onesDave A on Apr 20, 2017I love this simple yet brillant math curriculum. Its self teaching and kids can figure out math on their own.Bonnie J on Mar 17, 2017we have many kids :)Elizabeth M on Mar 10, 2017The Miquon Math series of book is amazing. These books can be used with students of a variety of ages and abilities. They are a really fantastic and effective resource for helping students develop a strong foundation of number sense, etc.Dianne H on Jan 19, 2017excellent curriculum for promoting understandingElizabeth M on Dec 11, 2016We use Miquon for our boys until they are far enough along to do Beast Academy. With this combo out kids are excelling in math and loving it.Zach K on Nov 10, 2016It takes the children very quickly through the basic math operations. Miquon teaches how to figure out the answers instead of just memorizing facts.Patricia M on Oct 24, 2016We have used the first two miquion books and we have loved them.Veronica H on Jul 25, 2016I've used these books with my older children. They are a great resource.Angela B on Jul 20, 2016Great, nofrills math program offering a solid foundation for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade.Courtney N on Jun 17, 2016Math for my rising first grader, after he finishes the red book.Rachel G on May 14, 2016Love Miquon! Continuing the series with my third child. Rainbow is the only place to consistently get them at a decent price.Kirsten K on Apr 29, 2016It makes math visible and easy for the student to understand.mandy m on Apr 27, 2016It is an inexpensive math option but it also looks like it will help my son learn and I'm looking forward to trying it out.Amy G on Apr 25, 2016We finished level 2. Love these math books!Crystal G on Apr 7, 2016Continuing on in the Miquon series for the second grade level with my daughter. We are not a math gifted family but we are slowly making our way thru the series and learning together! Requires one on one working togetherMaria L on Apr 5, 2016We've used Miquon math with our oldest 7 kids. My wife likes the way it is laid out for younger kids, and likes using the quisenaire rods. Just continuing what we have been using for years.Dale Benjamin B on Feb 17, 2016My daughter has completed the first two books, and is now ready for her third!Amy D on Feb 2, 2016My father likes blue.Tom C on Dec 10, 2015Done with level 2, moving on to the next.Tara R on Dec 7, 2015The series dovetails well with our MOntessori math.Cheri S on Nov 1, 2015I chose this a a fun way to learn math for my 2nd grader.Lanette T on Oct 3, 2015These books appeal to children who tend to be visual and kinesthetic learners. My child likes solving problems using the rods.
I also love the opportunity for the student to apply open ended math thinking.Hamza n Musa A on Aug 29, 2017I love this simple yet brillant math curriculum. Its self teaching and kids can figure out math on their own.Bonnie J on Mar 17, 2017The Miquon Math series of book is amazing. These books can be used with students of a variety of ages and abilities. They are a really fantastic and effective resource for helping students develop a strong foundation of number sense, etc.Dianne H on Jan 19, 2017We use Miquon for our boys until they are far enough along to do Beast Academy. With this combo out kids are excelling in math and loving it.Zach K on Nov 10, 2016We have used the first two miquion books and we have loved them.Veronica H on Jul 25, 2016Great, nofrills math program offering a solid foundation for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade.Courtney N on Jun 17, 2016Love Miquon! Continuing the series with my third child. Rainbow is the only place to consistently get them at a decent price.Kirsten K on Apr 29, 2016It is an inexpensive math option but it also looks like it will help my son learn and I'm looking forward to trying it out.Amy G on Apr 25, 2016Continuing on in the Miquon series for the second grade level with my daughter. We are not a math gifted family but we are slowly making our way thru the series and learning together! Requires one on one working togetherMaria L on Apr 5, 2016My daughter has completed the first two books, and is now ready for her third!Amy D on Feb 2, 2016Done with level 2, moving on to the next.Tara R on Dec 7, 2015I chose this a a fun way to learn math for my 2nd grader.Lanette T on Oct 3, 2015What do you use after Miquon Math (4th grade+)?A shopper on May 4, 2017Miquon Blue Book Level 3Miquon Purple Book Level 6Miquon Set of all 6 Student WorkbooksMiquon Book Set  6 Workbooks + AnnotationsBEST ANSWER: Here are several to consider. ShillerMath (a Montesorri program) continues in a strong hands on/exploratory approach to math. Beast Academy couples strong concept development and instruction with graphic novel type of illustrations. Finally, Saxon Math is a solid math option with lots of review and repetition. Manipulative options are available for Saxon Math Intermediate 3, 4, and 5. There are placement tests available on our website  search for "math placement tests". Reply
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BEST ANSWER: Here are several to consider. ShillerMath (a Montesorri program) continues in a strong hands on/exploratory approach to math. Beast Academy couples strong concept development and instruction with graphic novel type of illustrations. Finally, Saxon Math is a solid math option with lots of review and repetition. Manipulative options are available for Saxon Math Intermediate 3, 4, and 5. There are placement tests available on our website  search for "math placement tests". Reply
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I feel that Singapore Math is best along with the problem solving text that is grade specific. My son finds SM very advanced and easy to understand. The problem solving text is multi stepped and challenging. I've heard Saxon Math is good but I've not used it. Reply
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I find that the books are really versatile. typically, I see a first grader using level one, the orange book, and a second grader, level two, the red book. Sometimes a second grader is ready for the blue book. I find that once children are on a roll, they can sometimes move through all the books by the end of fourth grade. I also have found the yellow book to be great for third/fourth/fifth, and the purple for fifth, sixth. They were designed to be used only in grades one through three, with two books per year: orange, red in first, blue, green in second, yellow, purple in third. This works for advanced children beautifully, as well. Camille Hayward, Director, The Lake and Park School, Seattle, WA. Reply
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