Primary Math US 1A Textbook

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Item #: 023977
ISBN: 9789810184940
Grade: 1

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Singapore Math definitely prepares the kids well especially in grades 1-3 I would recommend starting them in 1A in Kindergarten if they are not a special needs child ALL of my boys work one year ahead in these books I've never really needed the Textbooks only the workbooks But this is a preference Maybe in level 3 you might consider the textbooks Saxon is heads above all others and I switch my kids after Primary Mathematics 3B Be sure to get the older versions of Saxon starting with Saxon 54 The new ones are watered down for public school requirements
June 8, 2015
After completing Saxon Math with my daughter for first grade and wanting a change I bought Miquon and Singapore Primary Mathematics (Singapore version) The Singapore version did not bother me since I am Asian myself My daughter LOVES Singapore Math and I do too! She does not like too many problems on one page nor too much repetition of the same thing so Singapore Math works well for her
September 17, 2005
I have used both Saxon and Singapore for first grade math and much prefer Singapore although we will continue doing some parts of Saxon However we did find the Singapore textbook and workbook need to be supplemented with extra problems about halfway through (when students are starting to do addition with numbers up to 20) The Extra Practice problems are good; there are just not enough of them That's why I ordered the intensive practice books also I would not recommend the Challenging Word Problems books which I feel are misnamed - at least at the 1 level They are wordy but not challenging For the most part the student need not read the problem If he sees a 7 and a 2 in the section on addition he knows the answer is 9 and in the subtraction section 5 without reading the problem In other words they aren't really word problems just arithmetic drills with references to kids' names and papayas tops and other countable objects
September 20, 2005
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Singapore Math is an excellent curriculum for helping students learn Math skills using concrete, pictorial, and abstract methods. It's really great for preparing them for word problems!!
Shannon C on Oct 1, 2015
Singapore Math is an excellent curriculum for helping students learn Math skills using concrete, pictorial, and abstract methods. It's really great for preparing them for word problems!!
Shannon C on Oct 1, 2015