I'm having trouble figuring out if my son is on track for his grade, or if I need to speed him up. He's going into 3rd grade this year, and the placement test has him on level C (although I think he's already learned a lot of the concepts, doing Singapore 2A & 2B). Should I try to have him do C and D in one year?
Or should I be happy doing only level C this year? I want him to eventually be able to take calculus in high school (I know, I'm really looking far into the future...)
If he does only level C this year, I think this would be his progression:
Thank you for your message. If you did Level C you would be on the correct progression as you stated in your message.
Considering you are toggling between two levels, I would suggest first working on the transition lessons to help determine exactly what level your son should begin at. There is a guide on the table of contents explaining how to guide your child through the lessons in order to place them at the correct level.
You are a smart parent to plan ahead! I hope my suggestion works well for you and your family. Let us know if there is anything else that we can assist with.
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