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Making Math Meaningful: A Source Book for Teaching Math in Grades One Through Five Paperback – 2009
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This core lower school curriculum guide in the Making Math Meaningful curriculum series by Jamie York provides a method of teaching that is developmentally appropriate in accordance with Waldorf educational philosophy, helping to develop the whole human being. It has the same meticulous detail as the popular Making Math Meaningful middle school math series. The major themes addressed in the lower grades' book are: the principles of Waldorf education, working with “struggling” students, will our children be prepared? golden rules for teaching math, topics in the math classroom, ideas for manipulatives, movement, main lesson books, etc. Books for all grades in the Making Math Meaningful series, including the student and teacher workbooks for the middle school years, have a direct and logical approach toward the teaching of mathematics.