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From: Robin J in TX (
Subject:         MUS
Date: July 5, 2008 at 10:42 am PST

In Reply to: 5th grade: MUS, Horizons, Harcourt? posted by Carolyn on July 8, 2007 at 6:03 pm:

We did Saxon math for years and it worked fine for my oldest son but my second son struggled with it. We started over the 3rd grade level 2 times and finally I said Saxon is not working!!
So I came across MUS. It has been a God send for us! My son now loves math and is passing on level with A's.
What we did was test him to see what level he needed for MUS. We backed him all the way to Beta which is subtraction. That was really hard to do since he was in 4th grade but I am so glad we did. Now he has all those gaps filled in and it only took 2 years to get him caught up with grades in the A's.
The DVD lessons and the manipulative blocks are the keys to this program. You are supposed to watch them with your kids but I dont and my son is doing fine. I even made my older son switch to MUS because I belive in there curriculum so much. I also like how it resells for near what I bought it for!
If your daughter does not like math I would not recomend SOS. Its frustrating to use even for a gifted child.
Robin J. in TX

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