I'm starting to make the COTR review sections as we talked about in this recent thread.

I am having concerns as we get further into it.

How do you have your students review for the quizzes and tests? We are very used to doing the review section in R&S Math as a great prep for the chapter test.

My 7th grader just finished Chapter 1 and took the test - and scored a 71. I can already tell this is not enough review for her, and I realized it before she took the test. Despite doing many of the even problems prior to the test, she didn't feel very prepared for it.

She scored solid 88-95's on her R&S Math daily work and tests. I feel like she is solid through R&S Math Grade 6.

I'm concerned there are going to be too many mom-made supplements needed to go with COTR in order for her to be successful. Should I stop where we are now and go to something else?

I have Math Mammoth 7th grade (their Pre-A) here at home, but it won't work for her. It was perfect for my son, but it is a hard no-go for this child. She thrives with R&S Math-style.

I have concerns about my daughter being successful with COTR if we only do it as written with no further review.

Any suggestions on how to have success with COTR without me spending hours and hours (that I don't have) to add supplementation?

Lauren

I am having concerns as we get further into it.

How do you have your students review for the quizzes and tests? We are very used to doing the review section in R&S Math as a great prep for the chapter test.

My 7th grader just finished Chapter 1 and took the test - and scored a 71. I can already tell this is not enough review for her, and I realized it before she took the test. Despite doing many of the even problems prior to the test, she didn't feel very prepared for it.

She scored solid 88-95's on her R&S Math daily work and tests. I feel like she is solid through R&S Math Grade 6.

I'm concerned there are going to be too many mom-made supplements needed to go with COTR in order for her to be successful. Should I stop where we are now and go to something else?

I have Math Mammoth 7th grade (their Pre-A) here at home, but it won't work for her. It was perfect for my son, but it is a hard no-go for this child. She thrives with R&S Math-style.

I have concerns about my daughter being successful with COTR if we only do it as written with no further review.

Any suggestions on how to have success with COTR without me spending hours and hours (that I don't have) to add supplementation?

Lauren

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