Math Lessons for a Living Education: Book 2

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Item #: 050290
ISBN: 9781512095425
Grades: K-2

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We have tried a few of the popular Math curricula with my 2nd grade daughter the standard textbook approach has been too overwhelming for her She could never get a grasp on it and would be stressed out She reads very well has no problems in any other subject so I recently bought Math Lessons book 2 It has been wonderful! My daughter now asks to do her math lesson! This is a much slower approach but the series as a whole (when finished in its entirety) will be a complete program There is very little prep and the stories are cute Math Lessons for a Living Education is based on the Charlotte Mason philosophy which we love I plan to stay with this curriculum as long as they keep writing the series until we are ready to switch to Life of Fred: Fractions
January 19, 2012
A wonderful, engaging math program!
I've been home educating almost 20 years, and have noticed that I am naturally letting go of traditional textbook curriculum and gravitating toward a more natural, Charlotte-mason approach. My 7 year-old-daughter was doing fine with her math workbook, but I decided to try the Math Lessons books "just for fun." She is loving it, and so am I. My daughter calls her math "Charlie and Charlotte" (the names of the kids in the story) and we are enjoying sitting together reading the stories and doing the activities. From my perspective, she is learning as much or more than she did with traditional programs, but having much more fun. This is not a program that kids can use independently, but it is worth a few minutes of your time to sit down with your child. After all these years of homeschooling 9 kids, I am learning that the process is just as important as the end result, and making schooling more engaging and relationship-driven is worth the effort.
November 7, 2015
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I love the CM method and it is great to have a CM-style math curriculum option.
Tiffany K on Feb 12, 2016
I love the CM method and it is great to have a CM-style math curriculum option.
Tiffany K on Feb 12, 2016
I absolutely love this series. It doesn't take all day to finish an exercise but my girls really understand the math and love the story that goes with it. I have one daughter that just finished all 5 books and really has an excellent understanding of math.
Tara U on Jan 26, 2016
I absolutely love this series. It doesn't take all day to finish an exercise but my girls really understand the math and love the story that goes with it. I have one daughter that just finished all 5 books and really has an excellent understanding of math.
Tara U on Jan 26, 2016