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Math Lessons for a Living Education Level 5 Paperback – August 12, 2016
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About the Author
As a homeschooling mom and author, Angela O’Dell embraces many aspects of the Charlotte Mason method, yet knows that modern children need an education that fits the needs of this generation. Based upon her foundational belief in a living God for a living education, she has worked to bring a curriculum that will reach deep into the heart of home-educated children and their families. She has written over 20 books, including her history series. Angela’s goal is to bring materials that teach and train hearts and minds to find the answers for our generation in the never changing truth of God and His Word.
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There are a few mistakes in the answer key. I believe the corrected key is available for fee on the publishers website. This was minor and no big deal. It did not take away from the text at all in my opinion.
Most people don't use or remember most of the math they learned in school. Why waste so much of our short lives on it then? Teach your children how to learn and think and they can learn anything as needed. Anything you ever need to know can be found in a book of you know how to comprehend. This book gives my child all the math they will need in every day life. It is gentiel and practical. It covers just enough of several math topics so that my child will be able to recall it if they need it in college later. My daughter loves her math now. The tears are gone and she is motivated to do her work.
If your child is advanced in math I would purchase a level ahead. At the same time they can just go through the book quicker and use it as review also.
Since we have started using this math, he went from dreading math to actually choosing math as his first subject of the day. This is exactly what we've been looking for in terms of a math curriculum.