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Equivalent of Reading Chest in maths

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Frogusha Tue 16-May-17 11:06:13

Is there an equivalent of Reading Chest in maths? Which would probably be similar to Kumon but with no marking involved. Basically looking to subscribe to some workbooks / math activities without the Kumon intensity and without having to go somewhere for them to be checked, and to be sent to me instead of me looking for things and trying to work out whether they are at an appropriate level. Online doesn’t really work for us - DD doesn’t enjoy online and also that involves me remembering to do it, while with printed resources it's just out for her to do. Thanks!

Tomorrowillbeachicken Tue 16-May-17 14:09:57

Mathletics?

GU24Mum Tue 16-May-17 14:27:14

There isn't really an equivalent (afaik) but how about buying some of the Schofield & Sims books which aren't that expensive and some schools use bits of them at times anyway.

irvineoneohone Tue 16-May-17 15:07:39

You can buy Kumon worksheets from amazon. Also there are loads of workbooks in book shops.
Either way, you have to mark yourself.

Great things about online is that they do the automatic marking and also some gives you detailed feed backs.

irvineoneohone Tue 16-May-17 16:54:22

TBH, I never heard of system you describe in England. My native country has, but not here, to my knowledge.

Frogusha Tue 16-May-17 20:46:11

Thank you. Will look up Schofield & Sims. Kumon workbooks are boring, no pictures or colours, I got a couple on Amazon. I was hoping to subscribe to something, that would look colorful and be at an appropriate level, so that there is a steady stream of resources she could work on by herself, just a page or two at a time. If there isn't such a thing, it should be invented! smile

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