Developmental Math Level 3 Teacher & Student

Developmental Math Level 3 Teacher & Student


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I would have loved using this math program as a child! It is an extremely sound, logically presented math program that is virtually self-instructional (once your child can read). Best of all, children can progress at their own pace, according to their ability, instead of having to "put in" the requisite nine years of math before beginning higher-level math (algebra and beyond). Not only is it great for a naturally independent learner, but it would teach any child to take responsibility for his learning, and greatly improve thinking skills as well. Extensively field tested, Dr. George L. Saad and team made sure that children could progress through the 16 levels of worktexts essentially unaided. Where confusion was found, additional instruction was added until the program was a finely-tuned math tutor! Many homeschooling mothers-of-many are stretched to the max with multiple levels of school to teach, toddlers to watch, babies to bubble, and teens needing driving practice (not to mention husbands that need occasional attention!). This is a math course you can feel good about using with no regrets about neglecting critical skills. Presentations are extremely clear, with very desirable progression of instruction from the concrete level to the abstract, then mastery through practice, and, finally, application with problem solving using word problems. Each skill is taught in bite-sized pieces and built upon slowly so as not to "lose" the child's understanding. In fact, presentation is so well done, that children are able to deduce math principles from working through the exercises, in much the same way as the Miquon lab sheets. There are no manipulatives used. Rather, pictures are substituted for live objects (this may hamper some extremely kinesthetic children who need to touch and feel to understand). Also, some concepts normally taught in math programs are not taught in Developmental Math because they do not really fit into the normal progression of skills. These concepts are time (including calendar time), temperature, weights and measurement. The levels are ungraded, and students should be able to complete about three levels per school year. Each level book is divided into units, which culminate with a unit test to assure mastery. A diagnostic test is taken after students complete each level also. Placement of your child in the program depends on his/her skill level. Students should be placed at the level of skill that they're already familiar with, but have not totally mastered. Specific guidelines for placement are available if you're in doubt. Alternatively, you could use the Developmental Math Test Pack, a series of 5 diagnostic tests, to accurately pinpoint your child's current level. Each 8-page placement test covers three levels. Placement Test A, for example, covers Levels 2-4, while Placement Test E assesses Levels 14-16.

Skills covered by level are as follows:

Level 1 - Number concepts and symbols

Level 2 - Addition concept, basic facts 1-9

Level 3 - Subtraction concept, basic facts 1-9

Level 4 - Tens concept, addition & subtraction

of tens

Level 5 - 2-digit numbers, addition & subtrac-

tion without regrouping

Level 6 - Addition with regrouping

Level 7 - Subtraction with regrouping

Level 8 - Multiplication concept and facts

Level 9 - Division concept and facts

Level 10 - Hundreds concept, three-digit addi-

tion & subtraction

Level 11 - Three-digit multiplication & division

Level 12 - Thousands concept; all operations

Level 13 - Decimal and metric system

Level 15 - Fractions; advanced skills

Level 16 - Ratio, proportion, percent, probability, number theory, graphs

Level 17 - Algebra I

Level 18 - Algebra II

Level 19 - Geometry I

Level 20 - Geometry II

Upon completion of level 16, your child should be ready for Algebra ½ or Pre-Algebra. Parent guides at levels 1-9 contain general suggestions for the parent's role in the course, a brief overview of skills taught in previous levels showing the current level in context of the program, a lesson-by-lesson explanation of skills presented, and answers to exercises. Teacher guides at levels 10-16 are copies of student worktexts with answers shown. A program overview booklet showing level by level progress, is available for those who want to sample before deciding.

Have you been waiting for the upper levels of Developmental Math - they have finally arrived. Levels 17-20 are for your students who are ready to move on to algebra and geometry using the same format as the lower levels of this series. Students in 7th and 8th grade should have completed levels 13-16 in order to prepare for these levels which should then be done in sequence. Levels 17 and 18 are Algebra I and II, Levels 19 and 20 are Geometry I and II.


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Good for remediation and emphasis of core concepts.
George C on Sep 7, 2023
To fill in some gaps in my child's math knowledge.
Wendel G on Apr 21, 2021
Good for remediation and emphasis of core concepts.
George C on Sep 7, 2023
The name says it all developmental math
Brenda C on Jan 24, 2023
To fill in some gaps in my child's math knowledge.
Wendel G on Apr 21, 2021
great program for my 5 year old
Quatavia W on Oct 29, 2018
Supplemental subtraction instruction that is more sequential and friendly than what is offered at my son's school.
Tricia H on Sep 14, 2018
To see how it will fit my learning center needs
Vanitha G on Jul 20, 2016
The name says it all developmental math
Brenda C on Jan 24, 2023
great program for my 5 year old
Quatavia W on Oct 29, 2018
Is this edition different from the older ones?
User on Aug 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, it is the same.
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Love these books!
We have tried Saxon math and also used Khan Academy as well as a couple other online math resources. These Developmental Math books have been our favorite by far! They are simple, pretty self explanatory for the kids, and require no prep work from the parent.
October 3, 2016
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