Hi folks!

I have a question. Given that Memoria Press is so "on target" with their expectations in the grammar years, I am trying to slow my primary gang down to be mature enough to handle third grade and beyond. I am eagerly waiting for the additional options that will be coming, so that they can each "hang out" where they are and get older. I don't know what to do about math though...

Specifically, in the fall, I will have a seven year old who has completed second, and a nine year old who has completed third...I want to get each of them a year older before they go into third and fourth, respectively. And I would like to keep them able to do the whole core curriculum, if at all possible. So what do I do for math? Just move them along and adjust plans? Use blacklines to just keep practicing and mastering facts? Have a "light" math year that way???

Suggestions would be appreciated!

AMDG,

Sarah

I have a question. Given that Memoria Press is so "on target" with their expectations in the grammar years, I am trying to slow my primary gang down to be mature enough to handle third grade and beyond. I am eagerly waiting for the additional options that will be coming, so that they can each "hang out" where they are and get older. I don't know what to do about math though...

Specifically, in the fall, I will have a seven year old who has completed second, and a nine year old who has completed third...I want to get each of them a year older before they go into third and fourth, respectively. And I would like to keep them able to do the whole core curriculum, if at all possible. So what do I do for math? Just move them along and adjust plans? Use blacklines to just keep practicing and mastering facts? Have a "light" math year that way???

Suggestions would be appreciated!

AMDG,

Sarah

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