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Old 02-24-2011, 11:33 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Ray’s Arithmetic  dates back to the 1800 and served as Math for teh McGruffy Reader population / era.

 

The CCA books are a modern accumpment.

 

they both look pretty cool to me; and i like the old "test of time" aspect but i fear maybe they are not as good as someing "moderen"?

 

i am really at a loss for a math curr -- Kindy level child, but math skills are bascily first grade, save wrtitting aspect (fine motor is an issues, in OT).

 

I am not good at math, functional but not good, and i am just worried i am not going to give him a good foundation / teach it correctly.

 

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