Age 5-7 notify me

Mbtp math for 5-7,6-8

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Lindsay L
Covina, CA
6/23/2018
Super excited about the new math levels coming up! Does anyone know when there will be samples of the student pages up on the website?
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Keith H
College Station, TX
6/25/2018
Hi Lindsay,

We do now have a sample of our Age 5-7 level available on the website in our sample center.

Let me know if you have any additional questions. We are working hard to put the finishing touches on this so we can make it available for purchase.

Keith
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Apollina W
Stone Mountain, GA
7/21/2018
Any updates on when 6-8 math will be ready? Only one of my children is homeschooled so we follow the public school calendar, and they go back on August 6. At the very least, do you know already how many lessons/instructional days it will have? My concern is that if we start too late, my daughter wouldn't be finished with her school year by the time my son's summer break starts, which is not going to go over well haha.
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Keith H
College Station, TX
7/23/2018
Hi Apollina,

We are going to be releasing Age 6-8 level math on our website in the next few days. We are waiting on the final pieces of art to be finished before printing, and I anticipate it will ship around August 14th. I am very sorry about the delay in getting this out to you guys, but the curriculum looks fantastic. We are very excited to get it into your hands.

Keith
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Marie G
Cincinnati, OH
7/24/2018
Is this Math for 5-7 a full curriculum or is it just a supplement?
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Keith H
College Station, TX
7/25/2018
Hi Marie,

The math for Age 5-7 and Age 6-8 is a comprehensive full-year curriculum. We used the Age 5-7 level with my daughter this past year as it was being developed, and I think families are going to really like it. Let me know if you have any additional questions.

Keith
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Marie G
Cincinnati, OH
7/25/2018
Can you let me know what the manipulatives are for the math package? 5-7 that is
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Keith H
College Station, TX
7/25/2018
Hi Marie,

Your timing is uncanny. I literally updated that on the website within the last 15 minutes. You can see it here:

Age 5-7 Math Materials Kit

When we worked on this level with my 5 year-old this past year, we didn't have the materials kit, and it was quite the challenge to gather them all. The list of items is substantial. (Note that there are currently duplicate items in the list, but we are working to get those removed.)

Let me know if you have any additional questions.
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Marie G
Cincinnati, OH
7/25/2018
I took a look thanks! Just fyi from ky end there is a lot of repetition that you may want to fix, the word abacus was in there about 5 times
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Keith H
College Station, TX
7/25/2018
Thanks Marie. We have an update coming to the website in the next couple of days that will get rid of those duplicates. Sorry for any confusion.
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Maureen S
Everett, WA
8/26/2018
Is there any update on when the 6-8 curriculum will ship? I assume it didn't ship August 14 or we would have gotten a shipment notice. We homeschool through a PS program and start soon, so need to have it to start the school year. Thanks!
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Keith H
College Station, TX
8/27/2018
Hi Maureen,

We will begin shipping the Age 6-8 Math curriculum on Thursday. I am sorry for the delay on the shipment of this curriculum, but I am sure that you will be very happy with your decision to go with it this year. Our new math curriculum is as good as anything we have ever done.

Keith
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Maureen S
Everett, WA
8/28/2018
Disregard this comment, I found a table of contents online, so don't need a scope and sequence. I'd delete this comment if I could.
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Keith H
College Station, TX
8/29/2018
No worries Maureen. I have actually intended to post a more detailed scope and sequence online at some point in the near future. Here is a list of the details that will be on the page. It should be available within the next week or so.

Age 5-7
Semester 1
Unit 1: Number Sense 1-20 (27 days)
Counting, ordering and comparing numbers, creating number bonds, making 10, recognizing patterns, learning skip counting.

Unit 2: Geometry (14 days)
Exploring two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes, understanding shape attributes, forming halves and quarters.

Unit 3: Addition and Subtraction to 10 (14 days)
Adding and subtracting to 10, counting coins, using an abacus, number line, and counters.

Unit 4: Data and Graphing (13 days)
Collecting and representing data, using tally marks and tally graphs, creating pictographs and bar graphs.

Unit 5: Addition and Subtraction to 20 (17 days)
Understanding mathematical properties, adding three numbers, reading and writing in mathematical language, learning addition and subtraction problem-solving strategies.

Semester 2
Unit 6: Time (14 days)
Exploring the concept and measurement of time, learning both digital and analog formats, reading and writing time to the ½ hour, sequencing time, and relating time to daily activities.

Unit 7: Place Value (27 days)
Representing two-digit and three-digit numbers, understanding tens and ones place value, sequencing and comparing numbers to 120, adding and subtracting larger numbers.

Unit 8: Measurement (17 days)
Exploring linear measurement using nonstandard units, introducing the measurement of weight, temperature, and volume.

Unit 9: Addition to 100 (17 days)
Synthesizing skills for adding and subtracting within 100, adding two-digit numbers, adding multiples of ten, adding a one-digit number to a two-digit number, developing mental math strategies.

Unit 10: Skills Review (6 days)
Reviewing addition and subtraction, fact fluency within 10, place value, linear measurement, and basic geometric shapes and attributes.
Age 6-8
Semester 1
Unit 1: Number Sense
Number patterns, mathematical language, greater than, less than, equal to, odd and even numbers.

Unit 2: Addition and Subtraction / Fact Power!
Fluency in addition and subtraction to 20, fact power, arrays, commutative property of addition, doubles, fact families.

Unit 3: Geometry
2D and 3D shapes, sides, angles, vertices, faces, edges, halves, quarters, thirds, tessellations, tangrams.

Unit 4: Place Value I
Place value to the thousands, skip counting by 10s and 100s, composing tens, carrying.

Semester 2
Unit 5: Measurement: Length
US Customary System, metric system, selecting units.

Unit 6: Place Value II
Adding and subtracting two-digit and three-digit numbers, borrowing, sequencing and comparing three-digit numbers.

Unit 7: Telling Time
Telling time to 5 minutes, AM and PM, using time to communicate and plan.

Unit 8: Money
Coins and bills up to $5, money problems.

Unit 9: Data and Graphing
Collecting and displaying data, graphing up to four categories, pictographs, bar graphs, line plots, using data to draw conclusions.

Unit 10: Skills Review
Review place value to 1000, addition and subtraction within 1000, linear measurement using standard units, geometric shapes, time, money, and graphing.
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Maureen S
Everett, WA
9/4/2018
I'm just wondering if the math shipped last week like it was supposed to? We're level 6-8. We're going to need to turn in work samples in a couple of weeks...
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Keith H
College Station, TX
9/4/2018
It started shipping last week, and we should get them all shipped out by later today. Sorry about the delay in the shipping of the math program. Let me know if you need anything.

Keith