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Teaching styles

One of the unique features of Math on the Level is that it looks different with every family who uses it, since it equips you to teach the way that works best for you and your family. If you have a child who learns quickly and easily, he can move quickly without busywork. For children with learning disabilities and challenges, you can slow to their pace and use life experiences to help keep them interested and see the relevance of learning math. If you like to teach using unit studies, you can include math in your study instead of teaching it completely separate. If you wish to delay formal math, you can use the "Delayed Formal Math" record keeping forms to easily track activities your child has done and the math concepts covered in practical experiences. The Concept Chart lists all concepts that need to be taught and shows where in the teaching guides to find the teaching instructions and practice problems to use when teaching and on the daily 5-A-Day review papers. The Overview and Record Keeping binder has forms, explanations and guidelines to help provide structure, but every part of the curriculum can be modified and adapted to meet your needs.

Children find the Math on the Level approach to be much more motivating than other math programs, which makes the task of teaching them much more joyful.

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