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    Default Thoughts / experience with the Singapore method (Singapore math)?

    Hello!

    We chose to use the Singapore method with our daughter this year (she is 5 y/o).
    I was wondering if any of you have used Singapore with your children, and if you had any thoughts you could share?

    What was easy / difficult?
    What did / didn't you like?
    Etc etc...

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    We uses Singapore for most of elementary school. I enjoyed the program and would use it again. I liked the visuals, the colorful and simple graphics, the various different ways of explaining concepts. I was able to reinforce concepts with just enough hands on manipulatives, so that it was not overkill.
    Rebecca
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    Cool, thanks!
    Was there anything in particular that they found difficult?

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    No, nothing I can remember. Math with fractions were a bit of a bump in the road for both my kids, but I just added in extra worksheets from the web.
    Rebecca
    DS 15, DD 13
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Thoughts / experience with the Singapore method (Singapore math)?