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A variety of math concepts are presented in a weekly cycle of exercises; students complete ten problems a day. The problems are designed to be grade-level appropriate for most students, with grade 8 focusing on division, fractions, probability, measurement, percents, geometry vocabulary, word problems, mean, and more. 82 pages. Grade 8. 2nd Edition. Answers are NOT included, but provided in the sold-separately Daily Mental Math Teacher's Guide Grades 8,9,10, 2nd Edition.
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Kimberly EdmondsSouth CarolinaAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Wonderful!!!August 24, 2012Kimberly EdmondsSouth CarolinaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was just what I was looking for. 10-15 minutes worth of work, focuses on random skills that once you get moving along in math get dropped off and forgotten by the student. Or, maybe they needed a little more work....or, there may be a random idea that they may come across during testing but who knows when it was really covered in math, and if it was, it was very very briefly.
I homeschool my girls and we do this at breakfast. Takes very little time and I am right there with them because we do end up having to discuss some of the ideas.
The concepts are repeated throughout the week and by Friday, they have got it. Huge confidence builder!!!
I do wish 8th grade had Friday tests, as the lower grades do, however, my daughter enjoys Fridays off (while her little sister sits there doing hers:)
I would highly recommend....I'm sure this will boast testing scores! Not only because of the random skills practiced but also because it makes them engage their brains. Sometimes if there is a question they aren't sure how to answer (what a certain shape is or how to find the MEAN) I make them search it on the internet vs. just giving them the answer. They actually enjoy it.