Making Math Meaningful: A 6th Grade Studentʼs Workbook

Making Math Meaningful: A 6th Grade Student’s Workbook
by Jamie York

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JOIN US also for the current session of our 2017/18 ONLINE Art of Teaching Math 6th Grade WORKSHOP between December 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018. 1st-3rd Grade, 4/5th Grade, 7th Grade, and 8th Grade online workshops are also available. Our online workshops are designed to enhance your understanding of our Making Math Meaningful® curriculum.

8.5′ x 11′, 59 pages, illustrated, Lay-flat, Saddle-stitched, softcover ISBN 978-1-938210-03-7.

Make sure you also purchase the Waldorf A Source Book for Teaching Middle School Math by Jamie York that is an essential resource for use with our workbooks.

Note: The Teacher’s Edition of the 6th Grade Workbook contains the Answer Key.

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For more details about the 6th Grade Student’s Math Workbook,  please see information about the Teacher’s Edition.

Using the Making Math Meaningful® workbooks: The Making Math Meaningful® workbooks (especially from 8th grade and up) are specifically designed to lead the students (with the teacher’s careful guidance) along a path of discovery.  The problems contained in these workbooks are NOT randomly ordered or selected. They are chosen to promote the development of mathematical thinking in a very conscious way. As teachers of math, our most important task is to develop the capacity for mathematical thinking in our students.

About Sixth Grade Waldorf Math.

Sixth grade is an important year for developing math skills. All the students’ work on math this year will help prepare them for studying math in the future. How good they will become depends less on natural ability and more on their effort, determination, and organizational skills. Even students who feel that they aren’t good at math can catch up by putting forth some extra effort. We need to ensure they don’t give up! Almost anyone can become good at math if it’s something they really want.