This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Math Mammoth. All opinions are 100% my very own.
Math Mammoth offers full math curriculum and supplemental worktexts and workbooks for elementary and middle school (plus some supplemental materials for high school), loved by parents, homeschoolers, and teachers.
Math Mammoth is mastery-oriented and organized into chapters by topics. Thus, in each chapter, the curriculum concentrates on one theme and its connecting topics (such as place value, multiplication, or geometry). Each grade level typically contains 8-10 chapters.
We actually used Math Mammoth when we homeschooled years ago, and I still have all the digital downloads. My 4th grader and 6th grader are going to be working through the workbooks during the school closures. That’s the beauty of Math Mammoth. I purchased these workbooks probably seven years ago for my older children. Now, my younger children can take advantage of these in-depth workbooks.
The light blue series focuses on conceptual understanding. Mental math and number sense are emphasized. The curriculum is nearly self-teaching and requires little teacher preparation. Score for Mom!
Win Math Mammoth Light Blue series bundle, grades 1-7 (digital download)
I’ve teamed up with Math Mammoth this week due to the school closures. Math Mammoth wants one of Blessed Beyond a Readers to win a Light Blue series that includes grade 1-7 (digital series). This is valued at $175.00. I will be picking a random winner on April 23rd at 12:00am. All entries will be verified. All entries will be verified. Please note that you will be added to Math Mammoth’s email list to receive updates.
I’m new to homeschooling teaching preK and Kinder/1st. Thanks for this information.
I am teaching 4th and 6th grader well till May.
I haven’t heard of math mammoth. I don’t necessarily hate math, just uncertain of how to go about teaching it. This could be just the thing I need. Thank you for the opportunity.
My kids are in Pre-Primary, Year 2, and Year 4. I haven’t heard of Math Mommoth. I am only very familiar with Kumon (but they are a bit expensive if you have three children). Thank you for this, and all your other resources!
Our kids are in kindegarten, 1st and 3rd grade. This would be a great resource to have!
I’m teaching pre-k and 6th grade.
Well I hope I am entered in the math mammoth giveaway. Couldn’t tell when I tried to leave a comment on the entry page. I would really like to try it for my 10 and 13 yr old who I homeschool and we happen to be behind in math. My 10 yr old is dyslexic and am hoping this would work with her. Look forward to hearing from you!
I am teaching 4th – 6th in an inclusive home and homeschool.