I've lost it - what math program do you recommend?

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  1. Linda

    Linda Amity's Focus Member

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    There is also Stanford's EPGY program. I like the Demo's We will probably do that for Leah this year. It is $15 a month. Open enrollment.
    EPGY Mathematics Department
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    lol. Just saw the talk about EPGY on the thread:) I'll post in the forums when we have some experience with it.
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    How do you access the $15 per month?
    This is the prices that I see:
    M0WA Accelerated K-2 Mathematics $495 Variable-Term One Quarter
    M0WB Accelerated 3-4 Mathematics $495 Variable-Term One Quarter
    M0WC Accelerated 5-6 Mathematics $495 Variable-Term One Quarter
    M0WD Accelerated Pre-Algebra (7) Mathematics $495 Variable-Term One Quarter
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    I am NOT positive as I have not enrolled her yet. I have a friend who has her kindergardener taking it and that is the price she quoted to me.
    Here is a link for the INDIVIDUAL courses:
    EPGY
    $135 for the math. $50 to add on Algebra. You can pay three months at a time according to said friend :) I don't know if that still stands.

    Open Enrollment is different. You need a minimum group of 8 that come from a 'school' I really need to read through it all. But since I have moved I have been filtering so much information...that I have not, yet. I wonder if that is the tuition you listed?

    Ill try to read more tomorrow...and attempt at enrolling Leah on Monday. When *I* am clearer I'll let ya know. LMAO.
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    Ah! Thank you! I do remember people talking about this before.
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    Right, we do the open enrollment as well. We do not have the access to tutors, etc. that comes with the expensive enrollment, but it works for us.
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    AlexNPeytonsMom Natural Mommy

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    We are using MEP Math. Its online and free except for the cost of printing. LOVE IT!!
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    Andrea S New Member

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    I think what type of math program to choose depends on your teaching style and your kid's learning style. For me Beestar has been a great addition to my rotation of various supplemental websites to help my students depending on what they need more focus on. Furthermore they have a great GT program that is currently running for my students that should be placed in the GT classes. It helps us to ensure that my students are still receiving the education and challenges they need to really succeed in school and beyond.

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