Making Math Meaningful 5 Workbook

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Item #: 010768
ISBN: 9780012066843
Grade: 5
Publisher Backorder: due 06/13/2019

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Publisher: Cornerstone Curriculum Project

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My 8 year old is finishing up fourth grade and is on the third to the last book of the Life of Fred elementary series. (We love Fred!!) I just feel she needs something more. She's a huge book worm so the story form of Fred has worked great for her for 3 years, but I think she's getting bored. She's G&T so she doesn't need a lot of repetition. I like the style of MMM so much and I HOPE it will fit her as well. Homeschooling is trial and error right?? :)
Abby P on Mar 22, 2019
I have used this series with all of my kids. I really like how the text is scripted in the early years and leads to more independent work in the later levels. I like how it focuses on understanding why math works and not just shortcuts.
User on Aug 11, 2016
My 8 year old is finishing up fourth grade and is on the third to the last book of the Life of Fred elementary series. (We love Fred!!) I just feel she needs something more. She's a huge book worm so the story form of Fred has worked great for her for 3 years, but I think she's getting bored. She's G&T so she doesn't need a lot of repetition. I like the style of MMM so much and I HOPE it will fit her as well. Homeschooling is trial and error right?? :)
Abby P on Mar 22, 2019
Been using MMM since Kindergarten and find the word problems essential in my child's comprehension growth. I find the word problems transfer into her reading higher literature.
Winnie G on Feb 8, 2019
I have used this series with all of my kids. I really like how the text is scripted in the early years and leads to more independent work in the later levels. I like how it focuses on understanding why math works and not just shortcuts.
User on Aug 11, 2016
A few years into our homeschooling journey, I new we needed new math. We had been using Saxon. It left my 2nd grader in tears, and it was so tedious for my 6th grader, we just never got it done. I went to a huge convention with the sole purpose of finding the perfect math. I looked at EVERYTHING. I talked to EVERYONE. I chose this. We switched. Math became instantly happy and non-stressful. We have used this math for over nine years, for 6 children, ages K through 6. Best choice I ever made.
Camilla A on Aug 8, 2016
Recommended by a teacher to help build confidence in math skills
Daisy H on Jun 18, 2016
We love this program! It's the next book in the series.
Tina H on Dec 30, 2015
My kids find the teaching style of this series fun and easy to understand. They especially like the historical and daily application lessons. Lessons also offer several different assignments geared towards different learning styles so I can skip an assignment that might be frustrating and give them a similar one that suits them better. Although most of the time I mix the different styles up to challenge them.
Victoria H on Oct 22, 2015
Been using MMM since Kindergarten and find the word problems essential in my child's comprehension growth. I find the word problems transfer into her reading higher literature.
Winnie G on Feb 8, 2019
A few years into our homeschooling journey, I new we needed new math. We had been using Saxon. It left my 2nd grader in tears, and it was so tedious for my 6th grader, we just never got it done. I went to a huge convention with the sole purpose of finding the perfect math. I looked at EVERYTHING. I talked to EVERYONE. I chose this. We switched. Math became instantly happy and non-stressful. We have used this math for over nine years, for 6 children, ages K through 6. Best choice I ever made.
Camilla A on Aug 8, 2016
Is this math program good for a child who struggles with remembering math concepts and may even have dyscalculia?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Possibly. The program is based on teacher-student interaction with an emphasis on concept development. These two characteristics are usually positive more struggling students. Lower levels of this curriculum have a strong hands on element but that has large disappeared by this level. It may boil down to the learning style of your student. Another positive would be that computational practice are not over-emphasized.
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