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To teach Mortensen Math you need #1 the method, #2 manipulatives, #3 exercise books & manual
If budget is a challenge, the essential is to learn the method by, for example, the Teacher's Handbook.
You can make base ten tiles out of a cereal box and do examples from a school textbook or out of your head,
but you must have the method. Buy the book, attend a workshop, study videos to glean the principles,
but you can't teach Mortensen Math without knowing the method.
For more, see Comparing Methods
Exercise Books & Manuals
as of Feb. 1st, 2021
**Scope & Sequence charts are below in the blue panel.
Now in .pdf for only $25!
The Complete Method
- in a printable .pdf file - 46 pages, 11"x8.5"
- fully illustrated in color
- all you need to know to teach math with manipulatives
- K-12 including fractions, decimals, algebra, solving equations, problem solving, etc.
- complete academic foundation supported by research citations.
- quick delivery by e-mail (M-F)
- Only $25, via Paypal to:
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NB. "The Complete Method" is Section one of:
Teacher's Handbook for Teaching Math with Manipulatives using the Mortensen Method
A must have for homeschoolers and teachers alike. Table of Contents
So, you can buy The Complete Method, maybe that's all you need, say, if you are an experienced home schooler or a school teacher. If not, you can buy the Complete Method, then upgrade to the whole Handbook later - 210 additional pages of illustrated lessons for only $40
Description of MM Program & Materials
The Mortensen "more than Math" Program
consists of 200 exercise books defined
in Five strands:
This can only be approximate as curricula vary from district to district and many do not include some topics at particular grades. The table above is shown only as a guide to purchasing materials. All arithmetic is covered before grade 9 for example, and yes we have "Kindergarten Calculus!"
The books are numbered but, nothing in Book One Level One Algebra indicates the Student's intended age, thus it may be used with teenagers or adults as readily as with elementary aged pupils depending on their ability.
The exercise books increase in difficulty incrementally as the numbers grow higher. Once a student has done all 200 exercise books she will have covered the entire school curriculum in mathematics as prescribed by most school districts. Some variations are inevitable as the program is used throughout North America from Florida to Alaska in Australia and in Europe, by independent schools and in Public Schools with adult learners and in Montessori Pre-schools.
Scope & Sequence of Ex. Books
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