The workbooks are divided into 5 strands:

Arithmetic

Measurement

Problem Solving

Algebra

Calculus

and 5 Levels:

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Levels 1-3 contain ten books each of Arithmetic, Measurement, Problem Solving, Algebra, and Calculus.

Level 4 contains ten books each of Measurement, Problem Solving, Algebra, and Calculus.

Level 5 contains ten books of Calculus.

The five math strands are much like the strands of a rope woven together to make the rope stronger and are meant to be worked in concurrently to make the child’s math education stronger.

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Anna, I’m now looking back the scope and sequence. Printed it out. It’s a very helpful guideline, thanks again!

Fantastic – glad it has helped you.

I find the scope and sequence very helpful as a math tutor.

Parents always want me to “help with math homework.”

I take the books which cover what the student is working on, reteach what they didn’t understand in class, then have the student do some problems from the Mortensen Math textbooks.

My students LOVE them.

Yes. I use a page protector or with older students, just have them tell me the right answer.

That’s an excellent way to approach it Kirk!