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Math on the Level is a family math curriculum and the community supporting it. Each topic is highly customizable by style, level, age, and family context. Math on the Level is an example of the growing "citizen curriculum" movement, where each family or small learning group designs their own - in the context of larger collaborative learning communities.
From the site's FAQ: Math on the Level is a complete, flexible math curriculum for the whole family that is designed specifically for teaching at home, taking advantage of the many learning opportunities that are not present in classrooms. The curriculum emphasizes practical, real-life applications as a primary way to teach math, adapting the instruction to each child's maturation level, and an individualized review approach that spreads practice out over time so the knowledge is retained for the long term.
Math on the Level was written by homeschoolers to equip parents to teach any concept to their children from preschool through pre-algebra.
**Practical**: math is taught through normal family activities.
**Flexible**: math instruction can be as formal or as informal as you desire.
**Individual**: the curriculum lets you teach to your child's actual abilities – even the review is designed specifically to each child's level of need.
**Simple**: the teaching guides make it easy to teach math.
**Versatile**: a number of different approaches are provided to address different learning style.

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