There is a cumulative review matched for each chapter, except for chapter 1.
For example, the review titled "Cumulative Review, Chapters 1 - 4" means that the problems in that review cover topics from chapters 1-4.
One of the main reasons for the cumulative reviews is to spot any areas that the student has not grasped well or has forgotten, and thus needs additional practice.
When you find such a topic or concept, you have several options: See even more word problem and problem solving resources at can also use puzzles from the Internet: Search in Google for “brain puzzles for kids” Search in Google for “logic puzzles for kids” Search in Google for “brain teasers for kids” Please read the FAQ at the Math Mammoth website.
Then, multiply this number by 5 to get an approximate page count to go through in a week.
Example: Now, let's assume you determine that you need to study about 1.7 pages a day, or about 8.5 pages a week in order to get through the curriculum, based on the number of school days in your school year.
Basic principles in using Math Mammoth Complete Curriculum How to get started Pacing the curriculum Using tests Using cumulative reviews and the worksheet maker Concerning challenging word problems and puzzles Frequently asked questions Contact the author Math Mammoth Complete Curriculum is not a scripted curriculum.
In other words, it is not spelling out in exact detail what the teacher is to do or say in a specific lesson.
Then some other day you might only assign one page of word problems.
Also, you might be able to go through the pages quicker in some chapters, for example when studying the clock, because the large clock pictures fill the page so that one page does not have many problems.