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Which Math Mammoth books or materials should you choose?
This page will explain the main differences and similarities between various Math Mammoth series of books, so that you can choose the materials that are BEST for YOUR situation.
Math Mammoth materials are very versatile and accommodate the needs of both parents and teachers. Whether you need a complete math curriculum, review materials, something for filling in gaps, or real-life math supplements, we have something for you!
The colorful boxes below give more details about the different kinds of Math Mammoth books.
Both of the two series featured below (Light Blue and Blue) contain FULL instruction & exercises for the student. The Light Blue series is designed to be a complete curriculum by grade levels; the Blue series goes by topics, not grades.
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*The Blue Series CAN be used as a full math curriculum. However, this means the teacher/parent needs to decide and plan the order of study (which topics to study when). You can get some help from this document.
What should you choose in these situations?
Here are some suggestions for Math Mammoth materials to fit certain common situations. Click on the "speech bubbles" to reveal the suggestion. (You may have to click twice.)