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    Default Consumer math

    I need a consumer math for my 11th grader with enough content for a credit. I have Money Matters for Teens by Larry Burkett but I dont think its enough for a credit. She has dyscalculia and weve managed to get through Algebra I and well be finished with geometry soon but I feel like practical math would be better for her to do next.

    Thanks!
    Wife to David for 42 years, mom of 9, homeschooling Abby (16). Grammy to 6 granddaughters and 2 grandsons and 2 new babies due in the spring of 19! Homeschooling since 1986, Loving FIAR since 2000.

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    Joy, we used
    https://store.demmelearning.com/stew...tion-pack.html
    I counted it as
    Personal Finance 0.5 credits
    Consumer Math 0.5 credits
    after looking online to see how others counted it.
    Hollie, Special Needs Forum Moderator
    Wife to my best friend Tom and mom to 20yo Eli, 18yo Kyle, and 14yo Noah (with Down syndrome)
    If a child can't learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn. Ignacio Estrada


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    Ooooh! That looks good!
    Wife to David for 42 years, mom of 9, homeschooling Abby (16). Grammy to 6 granddaughters and 2 grandsons and 2 new babies due in the spring of 19! Homeschooling since 1986, Loving FIAR since 2000.

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    My daughter is currently using Consumer Mathematics from A Beka and really likes it.
    Livin' on the prairie with special husband and wonderful young lady! (7/00)

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