Christ-Centered Math Levels A, B, C
Home School Edition
After Completing Levels A and B---Recommended For:
- 1st Grade
- Advanced K5's who know the 1-10 addition and subtraction facts well.
Christ-Centered Math Is Uniquely Scriptural!
Math Level C begins with the exciting study of place value which reveals that just as God designed a
special dwelling place for Himself among men (the Tabernacle),
so He designed a special dwelling place for numbers. As the instruction on place value expands, the verses in the workbook lead up to the wonderful truth that Jesus Christ is our True Tabernacle---the blessed eternal dwelling place for all born-again believers! Hallelujah!
The place value study is excellent preparation for teaching
the 11-18 addition/subtraction facts through a Base 10 system. Ten is the number in Scripture that most Bible scholars believe signifies perfection or completion of divine order. It implies nothing is lacking; the cycle
is complete. Because our number system is composed of cycles of 10, the 10 Moth Family (taught in Math Levels A and B:1)
now becomes even more important as an aid to helping children understand the difficult teen combinations. Step-by-step, through various demonstrations and hands-on exercises, young students will learn to master the 11-18 addition/subtraction families.
Complete Math Kit C includes:
- Christ-Centered Math Lessons: Level C with Workbook Answer Key (Part 540)
- Christ-Centered Math Workbook: Level C (Part 541)
- Interlocking Base 10 Blocks Set---100 one's units, 10 ten's rods, 3 100 flats (Part 542)
Note: If you do not have the Math Hands-On Teaching Aids Set (Part 520---Place Value Pocket Chart & Snap Cubes), we recommend ordering these materials as a concrete reinforcement of the Math C lessons. The Level C charts and visual aids are at Tabs 4 and 5 of the Christ-Centered Math Master Guide (Part 500).
Skills Covered at Math Level C:
- Place Value (1ís, 10ís, 100ís Places)
- 2- and 3-digit Addition/Subtraction (No Renaming)
- Greater Than/Less Than to 999
- Identifying Missing Numbers in Sequence to 999
- Counting by 1's, 2ís, 3ís, 4ís, 5ís, and 10ís
- Numeration (Reading and Writing Numbers 0-20)
- Adding Multiple Numbers
- 11-18 Addition/Subtraction Families
- Word Problems and Equation Theory
The study of place value plus the difficult teen combinations is usually recommended for 1st Grade. However, some Advanced K5/B1st students have even been known to finish Levels A, B, and C in a typical school year, or shortly thereafter. For the best results, teach in sequence according to whatever pacing lovingly challenges God-given capabilities.