Math Materials (K - 7) provide a full Math curriculum
based on manipulatives and workbooks.
uses Miquon Math?
home schoolers choose this Math curriculum, also schools
are allowed to progress at their own pace. Remedial teachers
find it a helpful resource.
are the "manipulatives" that they use?
examples in the workbooks are based on Cuisenaire rods - each
rod has its own colour and length, for numbers from to 10. Children
explore and investigate different ways of combining the wooden rods
- "hands-on" visual Math!
Math topics can be covered with Miquon?
Math topics can be investigated easily - certainly all Arithmetic operations
- and there are even examples on algebraic graphing -have a look at
the list below! Miquon develops a real understanding into concepts
such as number bonds, fractions and the rule of operations.
it difficult for a parent who is not a trained teacher?
are 3 comprehensive guides to help teachers implement the program:
Notes to Teachers explains the aims and beliefs of the Miquon
Lab Sheet Annotations contains specific instructions for each
of the worksheets, also teaching suggestions and ideas for creating
additional math materials.
First Grade Diary is a personal account of daily activities and
is important about Miquon Math?
thirty years, Miquon Math Materials have offered children
a friendly invitation to the world of mathematics, based on
the belief that mathematical insight grows out of observation,
investigation and the discovery of patterns.
It introduces all four arithmetic operations and work with fractions
in the first year.
Cuisenaire rods and concrete models are used continuously
with attractive and varied worksheets that require few reading
The 6 workbooks are sequenced by level of difficulty, contain
over 650 worksheets, and form a complete math curriculum.
By the third year students are graphing algebraic equations.
concrete models, Cuisenaire rods and manipulatives to provide
children with a great variety of hands-on activities
designed so that children can progress at their own pace
6 workbooks containing 650 worksheets that cover topics
from counting to algebraic equations
mathematical thinking in the average learner and challenges
the exceptionally gifted child.
worksheets cover the following topics:
Series & Progressions
Length, Area & Volume
Grid & Arrow games
Equalities & Inequalities