Math Lessons for a Living Education

Math Lessons for a Living Education

This is a skills-based series that uses a Charlotte Mason flavored approach to teaching elementary mathematics. Each skill level is the equivalent of one school year and everything you need for the course is in one book. There is a free online placement test that students are encouraged to take prior to starting the program. Once the appropriate skill level is determined, there is a lesson plan at the beginning of each book to guide you through the level. Students do approximately 1 lesson a day. Lessons include instruction, story, narration, review and practice. The teacher’s instruction is worked throughout the course with answers and manipulatives in the back of the book.

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on Oct 8, 2018

This is an elementary math program for grades 1-6. Level 6 also serves as a transition into our Principles of Mathematics 1, which is our pre-algebra for Jr. High students.

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No. Students who are coming from a Common Core based program are highly encouraged to take the free placement test. Math Lessons for a Living Education follows a more traditional scope and sequence and requires mastery of skills before moving to the next level.

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Math Lessons for a Living Education would be classified as a mastery program; however, it is not your typical mastery approach methodology. Instead, it uses various practice techniques, which help the student take in the concepts using as many senses as possible. Because narration is employed, both the teacher and the student know exactly where they are in the learning process and every concept is completely mastered before moving on to the next.

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This is a non-denomination, faith-based series that teaches Christian values and that God is the author of all true knowledge. Christian character is taught through the modeling of Biblical truths and family values.

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This is a complete course, including everything you need for one school year of elementary mathematics.

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on Oct 8, 2018