I’m so glad I had the opportunity to review Math Mammoth’s Homeschool Math Curriculum for this sponsored post! It really has helped my daughter cover the necessary content at her level and I’m excited by what else I can do with it in the future for her. All opinions about Math Mammoth Curriculum are my own. For more information, please read my full disclosure.

Math was my favorite subject in school. I thought of equations as little games or puzzles. But it wasn’t because of what we did in school that I liked doing it.

It was my father. He taught me early and he treated me like I was smarter than I really was. He shared problems with me that were way over my head and even though I didn’t fully comprehend them, just being taught like that was exciting. It made me beam to think that my Dad thought I was that smart already.

## Homeschool Math Curriculum

With any Math Curriculum, you have to keep that in mind. If your children don’t like math, you can increase their motivation and retention by going slow and treating them like they are geniuses.

That’s why I love Math Mammoth. In addition to offering lots of different methods of practice, it gives children a more thorough understanding of the concepts in each grade level.

My daughter (2nd grade level) really liked the visual and pattern exercises that were different from anything that she was used to. These specific exercises help children’s metal math capabilities and make it easier for them to visualize more complex equations.

Although quite simple, my daughter also enjoyed the math practice games that came with our CD version, especially the baseball math. The curriculum download or CD comes with 8 different simple games that can be changed to suit the level of your child.

The math practice worksheet maker is convenient for basic math facts that your child needs to put to memory. Just remember to make it just one step easier for your child, so they breeze through it and gain confidence. The student workbooks are the ones that will teach and challenge your children.

Math Mammoth Curriculum is well balanced with simple practice to build a child’s mental math capabilities and rich content and exercises to teach your child new concepts.

## What’s Included in Math Mammoth Curriculum

There are lots of different options when looking to purchase Math Mammoth. You can buy a bundled set and save money while having the flexibility to move as fast or as slow as you’d like. Or, you can purchase individual grades to see if Math Mammoth is right for your homeschool. Math Mammoth covers grades 1-7A and in the South African version it is available for grades 1-5. You can find a Placement Test here.

With every curriculum, you’ll find these things included:

- 2 Student Workbooks (A and B) with teaching explanations and exercises.
- Answer Keys
- Tests
- Cumulative Review Lessons
- Versatile Worksheet Maker

The downloads and CD versions include these extras:

- Extra files for different currencies in grades 1,2, and 3.
- Bonus Soft-Pak Software
- user guide (available also for free download on the web page of each grade level)

In addition to full curriculum, Math Mammoth also offers supplimental workbooks. I’m really excited to check out their “Make it Real” math activity workbooks for grades 3-12. The

exercises in these books are taken from real life, and use real data. They help answer the question, “Where is math used in real life?” and bring a practical application to the equations that children will use the most.

Remember, with any curriculum it is up to the parent to motivate and encourage the child. With those 2 things, you have nothing to loose when trying Math Mammoth Curriculum.

## Math Curriculum Giveaway!

1 lucky reader will win a Full Math Mammoth Curriculum worth $115! That covers 6 full years of homeschooling! To enter to win, please use the Rafflecopter below.

Alishab says

I like that it looks straight forward enough that my kids could work mostly independent on their math. With 4 kids I do not have time to sit everyday for hours working with each child.

Jennifer Mathesz says

I like the affordability of the program. I have yet to use it.

Amanda says

It looks like a very interesting and comprehensive math program.

Adelle says

This curriculum sounds awesome! I would love to win and try this out for my 7-year-old math lover!

Karen says

What an awesome giveaway! I’m considering changing up my math curriculum for next year and this would be a great way to do so.

Deborah says

I like that the instructions in the work text are written directly to the student. I also like that the books are a text/work book in one.

Shannon S says

We currently use Math Mammoth and we like the easy to follow examples.

April Croissant says

I love that math mammoth allows kids to become independent learners and provides so many extras.

Peggy says

I love Math Mammoth. We are on our third year and I’m amazed at how well my daughter learns the information. We too, encourage her and tell her how smart she is when it comes to math and science.

Pam F says

We just started using Math Mammoth this year after switching from another curriculum and we can’t rave about it enough! We LOVE Math Mammoth! We would love to win this set!

Nichole C. says

I love that it’s a complete curriculum and very affordable.

Kala says

I’ve heard great things about this curriculum! Looks like a good mix of workbook and hands on, something that would work great for my daughter!

brany says

I like that it looks very hands on

Jana says

I like that it incorporates a lot of mental math and shows different ways to figure things out.

Alisha M. says

I like how this curriculum gets children to think about math in ways that standard textbooks do not.

Nicole Vosburgh says

I love that the books are downloadable! Saves so much space!

Juli R. says

I got an error message when I clinked on the link.

Janine says

I’m so sorry Juli! Thanks for letting me know.

Rebecca Xavier says

I like how affordable this curriculum is.

Nova Roma says

Thank you so much for your helpful giveaways

LeAnn Harbert says

it looks like it would be interesting to kids

karen byassee says

Looks like a wonderful set.

Sally says

I appreciate the fact that it is downloadable – this is a great advantage with multiple children.

camille lopez says

I like the full scope of coverage, all the free downloads to try it out and see if it works for your kids.

Kimbelry Ingalls says

My son love this. It is easy to use and fun. She has so many links to help at the beginning of each chapter.

sandra says

I love that they span from grades 1 through 12

Lainey says

This looks exciting and would be an amazing addition into our homeschool routine! Thank you for the opportunity!

Lainey says

Whenever I try to click on the Mammoth Math link to leave a comment on their post it denies me access. Just wanted to give you the heads up 🙂

Janine says

Oh no! Could you tell me which link you mean? I want to fix it right away. Thank you!

Nancy S. says

It is the link that is posted in the first “ticket” option, with the request to visit Math Mammoth’s site and leave a blog post comment. Mammoth is spelled incorrectly there, so maybe that’s the problem.

Rebekah Mick says

I like how the child can pace themselves and can work on a level that works for them.

Valentine hemingway says

I really like the thorough approach to each topic with multiple methods of reinforcing and understanding it. The descriptions for each topic are interesting and helpful.

Lenora D says

I checked out the samples and I think this would be a great program for my boys.

Stephanie says

The math curriculum seems to cover all that is needed! I am new to homeschooling (actually going to start the fall of 2015) and this curriculum seems like a great one. I would LOVE to win this to begin our fall schooling!

Thank you!

Missy says

Use Math Mammoth with my children. This is the only program I have used and there is no need to change. Love it.

Jessica B says

It looks straight forward and very comprehensive. I would LOOVE this program!!!

Judith Martinez says

I like that it is all inclusive and inexpensive.

Nancy S. says

The mental math visualization activities are very intriguing! I appreciate how all inclusive and ordered the program is as well.

Becky M says

I like that it is affordable and comprehensive. I also like the Make It Real problems.

Karen W says

I like how affordable Math Mammoth is.

Lisa says

I love that it seems to be a combination of workbook/worksheets, computer, and even hands on plus I love how it is comprehensive.

Jessica says

I like that it’s hands on, computer and workbooks which is a great combination and would be a great fit for my child.

Jennifer Mathesz says

love the affordability

connie tillman says

I like that it is affordable, and looks like my kids will enjoy it!

Thanks for the chance

Melissa says

This would be a great addition to our curriculum.

sandra says

I like that the work texts includes teachers’ explanations

Rebekah M says

I like the flexibility to choose which way to teach math to my children, either by subject or sequential. Also, I like that my children can work at their own pace and level.

Cindy P says

I like that that it starts the child where they need and fills in the gaps they need!

PennyMindingMom says

I like that it works on mental math.

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Lisa says

We have tried several math programs and cannot find one we like. Mammoth looks great. Love that it fills in the gaps. So sad our budget is spent for the year. Maybe we will win.??

Natalia Gonzalez says

I like the etachers explanations.

Lauryn R says

I think my favorite thing about this is how it includes 7 years of math! I am homeschooling my 3 children and am a newbie, so any help that I can get is awesome! I also love how it includes visual as well as hands on learning.

Laura says

I love that this program lasts through so many years for an affordable price.