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comments: 3 | views: 34 | last updated: 5/23/2020
Are more math levels in the works? What level to you plan to extend math to? Just wondering when or if I will need to seek a different math curriculum.
Question about using the online package for multiple students.
comments: 2 | views: 45 | last updated: 4/29/2020
I am currently using the hard copy curriculum (Age 10-12) for my 3 kids. They are 10, 11 & 12. I purchased 1 full student package and 2 consumable packages for the other two kids. However, the lesson description and other vital information for co . . .
comments: 4 | views: 329 | last updated: 1/10/2020
Is there any update on 8-10 level math? I like this curriculum but I need to know if I should start looking for a replacement since we are nearly done with 7-9. I'd hate to give up on MBTP but we do need math.
Has anyone gone backwards
comments: 2 | views: 176 | last updated: 12/16/2019
We are on yellow level and there was a book I wanted to cover in a level below. I just want to get that Unit. Has anyone done that?
Working with MBTP while meeting charter school requirements
comments: 3 | views: 809 | last updated: 12/16/2019
Hi. Three of my children are enrolled in a charter school. At the end of each learning period (once a month), we meet with our assigned Teacher Facilitator. Part of the meeting consists of turning in samples of their work, per subject. To meet this . . .
Remove Age Recommendations from Covers of Guides?
comments: 5 | views: 717 | last updated: 12/16/2019
I consider one of the perks of homeschooling to be being able to adapt to my children's strengths and weaknesses. My youngest is right on target with her age range for LA, SS, and SCI. I believe, however, that she has some sort of math learning disab . . .
age 8-10 Magnetism link in Lesson 5 of Magnetism and Electricity
comments: 2 | views: 139 | last updated: 12/5/2019
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Learning Gates (on paper?)
comments: 2 | views: 92 | last updated: 11/14/2019
My son having difficulty taking the test on the computer. He knows the material but somehow scores lower when taking the test online. Is there an easy way to get the tests on paper? Thanks so much! Emily
Buying units as you need them
comments: 2 | views: 110 | last updated: 10/14/2019
Hi To save money does anyone buy the v units as you go? Eg. 7-9. How much of the curriculum pkg is necessary to buy to start off with for 6 weeks? Kirsty
Meetups in NYC?
comments: 1 | views: 115 | last updated: 9/17/2019
Is anyone doing the MBTP curriculum in NYC? Looking for meetups and connections!
comments: 3 | views: 119 | last updated: 9/16/2019
I am waiting for our 6-8 curriculum to come in the mail. However, is there any way to know what books I will need to be using the first few weeks so I can get a head start on reserving them at the library. Any help is greatly appreciated!
comments: 4 | views: 244 | last updated: 8/14/2019
How do you organize the unit activities? What containers or cabinet do you use? Can you show me in photos? Link me to any fb forums that may be easier?
comments: 1 | views: 139 | last updated: 8/13/2019
Good day! I am wondering if anyone has experience with filling out an IHIP for 6-8 using this curriculum.
Using one level for multiple age kids
comments: 5 | views: 203 | last updated: 8/1/2019
I used the 8-10 with my older daughter and she did well last year. I'd like to switch my younger daughter to MBTP next year but she would do better in the 7-9. Can I use the 7-9 with my older daughter? Or would it be too easy for her after using 8-10 . . .
comments: 3 | views: 855 | last updated: 6/18/2019
considering using MBTP. My kids I am trying to place are 7 (8 in April) and 6 (7 in November) I am looking for placement for the fall. My daughter who is 7 is reading chapter books on a 1st/2nd grade reading level. I think level 6-8 would be to e . . .
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