A few weeks ago I decided to scrap Singapore math. Curly Q. needed a bit more direction than was given by Singapore's workbooks. The problem is that I could spend a fortune on a math program. As I was debating what to choose I stumbled upon a FREE program out of a British university. It has detailed lesson plans, printable worksheets and even printable resources. Best yet it goes up to 6th grade. I was thrilled and immediately started using it. Curly Q. took to it right away.
Then it went away...
The website went down last week and was out of commission for a whole week. It is up today, but I am not taking any chances. I saved the pdfs to my hard drive. Live and Learn.
is that CIMT math? It is here:
but there is tons of free stuff online. check out all these old primary arithmetics. they have tons of excellent story problems.
otherwise, go to
and follow the links on the right hand column. you will find scads of stuff for homeschoolers. happy hunting.
Thanks for the info :-) CIMT was only down for a few days,but now I know to print out the stuff I need to have further ahead of time. The other links were really helpful too. BTW do I know you?
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