Math Mammoth Grade 6 Worksheets now ready

This is what I've been working on behing the scenes so to speak... and now some of it is finally come to the fruition and is available to the public:

(now comes the sales pitch as was made up by my dear husband)

Meet Mrs. Maria Miller's Most Marvellous & Magnificent Math Mammoth Modified Modern Mathematics Meticulous Multiplication Methodology Major Madness - It's Mmm Mighty Majestic!

Ok, back to normal...
I have been making worksheets for SpiderSmart, Inc. tutoring company and the 6th grade ones are now available as two downloadable ebooks at:

Math Mammoth Grade 6 Worksheets

These aren't your run-of-the-mill worksheets, but more like carefully hand-crafted quality problem sheets, with varying problems that both emphasize understanding of concepts and computation.

The worksheets do NOT have explanations and therefore best suit math teachers or others who can explain the mathematical subject matter to the student(s).

I will later on (next year) be making more worktexts (with full explanations) using some of this material, and those will better serve the homeschool community.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Hope I am on the right spot! My son in grade 6 is having a hard time with grade 6 math.
tired of having bad test marks.

Can you help?
Maria Miller said…
Hi Anonymous,
you might want to let me know your contact info somewhere.

My contact form at HomeschoolMath.net.

Or go directly to Math Mammoth website

Math Mammoth grade 6 worksheets
jlovebaker said…
Hi Maria - My 5th graders are on their second year of Mammoth Math. One question - my older son's public school had him on track for pre-algebra in 6th grade (which he taught himself out of a textbook) and algebra for 7th grade which he is now doing with Video Text. When do you anctipate a student using your program would be ready to do pre-algebra? I'd like my youngers to be doing it at least by 7th grade to keep up with the schools. What track are we on using your math? Thanks!
Maria Miller said…
I am anticipating that once I get the complete curriculum for 6th grade (Light Blue series) written, then a student who has studied Math Mammoth through 6th grade should be ready for pre-algebra.

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