## Beginning Math Program

### After Completing Level A---Recommended For:

- Advanced 4's (AK4)
- 5-year-olds (K5)
- Beginning 1st (B1st)

**Notice to Math Edition 1 Users:** If you own the original Math Lessons Guide: Level A and Math Lessons Guide: Level B, 2011's Home School workbooks (Levels A, B:1, B:2, and C) are *not compatible*. To purchase Edition 1's Math Workbook A, **order Part 401**. For Level B, **order Part 403**.

## Skills Covered at Math Level B:1:

- Number Concepts 1-20
- Number Recognition 0-100
- Counting to 100 by 1's, 10's, 5's, 2's
- Counting Backwards from 20-0
- Missing Numbers in Sequence 0-100 (by 1's, 10's, 5's, 2's)
- Greater Than/Less Than 0-100
- Addition Facts 1-10
- Subtraction Facts 1-10
- Adding Multiple Numbers (e.g., 3+2+4+1)
- Simple Word Problems

### Description of Math Workbook B:1:

After teaching the daily lesson in Math Lessons B:1
(Part 530),
refer to Part II’s **Workbook Answer Key** for additional teaching tips. Each
day's **Math Workbook B:1** assignment begins with Scripture plus a spiritual and math application.

Through the B:1 lessons and workbook, students will be encouraged to strive for mastery of the 1-10
addition/subtraction facts. They will also learn more about the importance of godly character development
through the continued study of the godly qualities of the Math Flashcards 1-10 animal families.

### BEST RESULTS! Order the full Math Kit B (Part 005HS) which contains all you need to teach Levels B:1 and B:2.

If you already have Math Kit A (Part 004HS), you only need the Math Add-On Kit B (Part 005AO) to teach Levels B:1 and B:2.

### In addition to Math Workbook B:1, you need a:

*Christ-Centered Math Master Guide* (Part 500)

*Christ-Centered Math Lessons: Level B:1* (530)

- Math Hands-On Teaching Aids Set (Part 520)---if you don't already have a Place Value Pocket Chart and Snap Cubes.

### Pacing Suggestions:

An **Advanced K4, K5, or Beginning 1st grader** can usually complete Math Levels A and B:1
in a year. Some **K5/B1st** students can also finish Level B:2. A few more advanced students have even finished Levels A, B, and C in a typical school year, or shortly
thereafter. For the **best results**, teach in sequence according to whatever pacing lovingly
challenges your student's God-given capabilities.