These cumulative reviews are available as PDF files and as editable html files.
There is a cumulative review matched for each chapter, except for chapter 1.
For example, the review titled "Cumulative Review, Chapters 1 - 4" means that the problems in that review cover topics from chapters 1-4.
In general, 1st-2nd graders might spend 25-40 minutes a day on math. However, it is not good to drag out the lessons on a regular basis, because that can then affect the child's attitude towards math.
There is a test for each chapter, which can be administered right after studying the chapter. Some homeschooling families might prefer not to give tests at all.
One of the main reasons for the cumulative reviews is to spot any areas that the student has not grasped well or has forgotten, and thus needs additional practice.
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When you find such a topic or concept, you have several options: See even more word problem and problem solving resources at can also use puzzles from the Internet: Search in Google for “brain puzzles for kids” Search in Google for “logic puzzles for kids” Search in Google for “brain teasers for kids” Please read the FAQ at the Math Mammoth website.
Go through a few of the exercises together, and then assign some problems for your child to do on his/her own.
You can also let the child study the lesson completely on his own if you feel he/she is capable.
The main reason I have provided tests is for diagnostic purposes, and so that homeschooling families can use them for their record keeping. They are provided as PDF files and as editable html files.
I have not provided any grading system for the chapter tests. You can open the html files in most any word processor (such as Microsoft Word) for editing.