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From: Michelle at Fort Benning (98.66.154.246)
Subject:         Having hsed your own, I am sure you know that every child is different.
Date: April 16, 2010 at 7:58 pm PST

In Reply to: Pre-K Math posted by Ronnie on April 1, 2010 at 7:33 am:

I used Abeka with my son and he flew through it. He is graduating this year, and starting college next month.

I have a daughter that turned four last month and we have been using the Singapore Earlybird books, and are finishing up with a couple of K3 & K4 books from Abeka. We do have some math manipulatives that are random and used when needed. Mostly, however, she just likes working in the books. Abeka has a lot of coloring which she gets frustrated with so I just let her skip it. If she wants to color she can, if not, that's fine as well. It does not affect her learning the concepts.


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