Have I mentioned that we tend to gravitate toward art and writing, as opposed to math? I think each of my children would say they enjoy the creativity of expressing themselves artistically, through drawing or painting, musically, or as a wordsmith, with little inclination to numbers crunching. I acknowledge that numbers are vital to the order of the universe, though; so, I am always looking for ways to mathematically engage my students.
Pearson Homeschool desires to support our commitment to give our children the best education possible. “From kitchen table to computer, our proven resources propel learning at your child’s perfect pace. You can teach core skills confidently with proven programs built on the best education research.”
Pearson Homeschool has affordable curriculum packages available for grades Pre-K through 12.
and my current interest –
enVisionMath “uses problem based interactive learning and visual learning to deepen conceptual understanding. It incorporates bar diagram visual tools to promote problem-solving skills, and it provides data-driven differentiated instruction to ensure success.” I couldn’t have said it better myself!
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Products are available individually, but a Homeschool Bundle has been created for each grade level, K – 6.
Student Text, a beautiful hard bound book with semi-glossy pages. Daily lessons introduce a concept using engaging illustrations, examples of problems, guided practice, independent practice and problem solving.
MindPoint Quiz Show CD-Rom, quiz show-type math games, with multiple-choice answers, played against the computer or more than one player.
Teacher Edition CD-Rom, which contains customizable lesson plans, teaching guides, reviews & assessments, and printable resources that include practice worksheets and tests.
We have used several online computer programs for math, in the past few months, and I think my daughter enjoys having a book-in-hand and not having to schedule available PC time. enVisionMATH is a full math curriculum and it does teach sequential concepts, which I definitely like, but I am still undecided whether or not I would use it exclusively as our math program. Grade 4, has been a wonderful gap-filler, for us, and I do expect to complete every lesson with my daughter.
enVisionMATH Grade 4 – Table of Contents –
- Topic 1: Numeration
- Topic 2: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers
- Topic 3: Multiplication Meanings and Facts
- Topic 4: Division Meanings and Facts
- Topic 5: Multiplying by 1-Digit Numbers
- Topic 6: Patterns and Expressions
- Topic 7: Multiplying by 2-Digit Numbers
- Topic 8: Dividing by 1-Digit Divisors
- Topic 9: Lines, Angles, and Shapes
- Topic 10: Understanding Fractions
- Topic 11: Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Topic 12: Understanding Decimals
- Topic 13: Operations with Decimals
- Topic 14: Area and Perimeter
- Topic 15: Solids
- Topic 16: Measurement, Time, and Temperature
- Topic 17: Data and Graphs
- Topic 18: Equations
- Topic 19: Transformations, Congruence, and Symmetry
- Topic 20: Probability
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This is a non-consumable book, which I actually appreciate, since I can re-use it with my other children without an added expense, but a notebook is needed in addition to the student text. The course can be teacher intensive, because the introduction of a new concept sometimes lacks fine details, in the student text, and must be taught. In this case, I like that it forces me to remain hands-on with my child’s education. Assessment of her strengths and needs is easy, because I’m involved on a daily basis. Teaching Guides are available and I do not think this is difficult to teach.
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