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Hello,

ReplyDeleteI just found your blog and have quite enjoyed browsing through your posts. I am trying to find out what "living math" curriculum you use. I looked at your links to MLC Bridges, but this seems to be for classroom use and not homeschool. I have tried taking the math curriculum we were using and adding in math games and books, but with four children this is very time consuming. I would love to find a curriculum that has a living math approach like yours seems to.

Thank you so much!

Virginia Lee

vlcjrogers@mac.com

Hi Virginia,

DeleteI do use Bridges curriculum. I wish I could point you toward a complete homeschool curriculum that does what Bridges does, but at this point I'm unaware of any. Someday...

Cynthia

I hope it is OK to reply to Virginia. I have 6 children so I totally understand the need for a math curriculum that works for all (with modifications of course where needed), and encourages living math. I would love to suggest Math on the Level. I hope that is OK. I don't gain anything from it, but I am just a Momma teaching many who has found it to be very helpful to our large family and is the living math we were looking for here!

DeleteGoing now to see what my most popular math post was! :) FUN!

I hope it is OK to reply to Virginia. I have 6 children so I totally understand the need for a math curriculum that works for all (with modifications of course where needed), and encourages living math. I would love to suggest Math on the Level. I hope that is OK. I don't gain anything from it, but I am just a Momma teaching many who has found it to be very helpful to our large family and is the living math we were looking for here!

DeleteGoing now to see what my most popular math post was! :) FUN!