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This program purports to be useful in teaching students regardless of the student’s learning style. The learning styles that this curriculum reaches include kinesthetic learners, auditory learners, visual learners, and analytical learners. The curriculum is entirely contained within workbooks that provide a script for the instructor to use in presenting the materials. At the higher levels, the student will pull the book from the shelf, and self-teach. There is an assessment tool at the website to determine the student’s level. Each level costs between $30 and $50 for the materials.

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  1. Making Math Meaningful Review by chris allred
    Pros: very easy format-great follow up
    Cons: not repeative

    Grades Used: 1-4

    I love this program-all the Quines books are great!
    I just needed to practice more on my own w/memorization. Should work some supplements on the side- Love the approach of teach the whole of math just not in grade level. I taught 2 kids of different age at same time. I really enjoyed these lessons!! very helpful.

  2. Making Math Meaningful Review by Sara
    Pros: Explains concepts in a logical way that uses higher math in the early grades, uses household materials, minimal planning required
    Cons: Sometimes stays on a topic too long, little emphasis on time & money

    Grades Used: K, 1, 2

    I wasn’t sure about this curriculum as we were ending our 1st grade year because we hadn’t covered the traditional 1st grade topics (place value, 2-digit math), but i am very pleased with what we have done so far in 2nd. We are currently learning place value via expanded notation. I love how the curriculum uses algebra to teach simple math concepts. K & 1st are very slow moving programs that we usually skipped part of for my math-minded son. There is very little time spent on time & money (neither were introduced until 2nd), but these are best taught naturally anyway. Sometimes the teaching makes a leap that you don’t expect, or they ask the student to do something in a way they haven’t taught yet, but overall I am pleased with the program.

  3. Making Math Meaningful Review by michelle perry
    Pros: step-by-step, able to use without answer key
    Grades Used: 8

    This is a well-explained course with hands-on activities that my daughter was able to use and understand with minimal tutoring.

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