MCP/Seton

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MCP/Seton

Post  Bonzette16 on Wed Jul 02, 2008 10:20 am

I hope I'm posting to the correct board...anyways, my question is, has anyone that has used MCP math for K-3 switched over to Seton's new math books? I am wondering how they compare. We are currently using the MCP and I would like to incorporate something Catholic, now that one is available.

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Re: MCP/Seton

Post  adele on Wed Jul 02, 2008 12:05 pm

I used the 1st gr Seton Math last year and it was nice. My son liked it.

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Re: MCP/Seton

Post  sewcrew on Sat Jul 05, 2008 11:47 pm

I used both the MCP K and then Seton Math K...the Seton seemed like a Catholic version of MCP to me...same content and format, but with Catholic pictures (which are very pretty, by the way).

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Re: MCP/Seton

Post  adele on Mon Jul 07, 2008 12:18 am

I have not used MCP, but I have both for 2nd gr. Karin is right. Seton is the catholic version of MCP. I'm going to like using both.

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Seton Math

Post  catholicmontessori on Fri Jul 31, 2009 3:54 pm

I love the Seton math books. The use of the classical Catholic art in the books keeps distractions away and the level of work is very challenging. I homeschool year round, so what I do is have my children go through the Saxon math program during the summer (we whiz through it, but it is good reinforcement); we use only the workbooks and leave the meeting book alone. That preps them to have great success with the corresponding level of Seton. It works beautifully.

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