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    New here with questions

    What do you do with the practice lessons at the end of math? For example, there are about 101 "practice" lessons at the end of 6th grade math. Each of these can't be a daily lesson or finishing 6th grade would be impossible to do in a timely manner.

    Do you group 3 or 4 together?

    Thanks for any advice. I'm trying to figure this all out.

    Denise

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    Hi, Denise. Welcome!

    Most of the math curriculum is new. Instead of "wasting" some excellent material, the old lessons were bundled up and placed at the end of the program in a chapter called "Practice". You don't have to use them at all, if they aren't needed. If your student needs extra practice on a certain concept, you can find appropriate lessons within the "Practice" chapter.

    I hope this information helps with your scheduling.

    Mom of six . . . current students and homeschool graduates. Enjoying using Time4Learning since 2006!

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    Thank you! That's sure what I wanted to hear We are playing catch up in math and don't need extra work for the sake of being busy.

    Denise

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