Math Curriculum Selector – Secular Math Curriculum K-6

Complete the questions to see a list of math curricula that are more likely to meet your needs.  This questionnaire covers 10 different secular math options.

Share your top 3 results in the comments.

Go here to check out Christian or Christian-influenced math curriculum options for K-6.

My child would learn best with a computer-based program.

1 out of 30

I would like a math curriculum that covers many topics with short activities and frequent review.

2 out of 30

I prefer a full-colored workbook with varied activities.

3 out of 30

Continually reviewing concepts is important.

4 out of 30

Understanding math concepts should be an emphasis.

5 out of 30

A fully-colored workbook with comic characters would hold my child's attention.

6 out of 30

Word problems are important and should be emphasized.

7 out of 30

Math instruction should include visual, tactile, auditory, and kinesthetic methods.

8 out of 30

I don't want to juggle multiple books and prefer to have the instruction written directly to the student.

9 out of 30

Mathematical patterns and relationships are more important than formulas.

10 out of 30

Each child should learn math at his/her own natural pace.

11 out of 30

Games, puzzles, and challenging problems are a good way to reinforce learning.

12 out of 30

Math should be taught in a step-by-step manner.

13 out of 30

Concepts should be the focus of math learning.

14 out of 30

Learning mental math is important in a math curriculum.

15 out of 30

Songs can be a good tool to learn math.

16 out of 30

Colorful workbooks, games, and manipulatives should be part of a good math curriculum.

17 out of 30

Problem solving and logical thinking are important in a math curriculum.

18 out of 30

Manipulatives are important in developing mathematical understanding.

19 out of 30

Learning the why of math is just as important as the how.

20 out of 30

I would prefer a program that my child can do independently.

21 out of 30

Math fact practice is best done through games.

22 out of 30

A child should practice a concept until it is mastered.

23 out of 30

I prefer a curriculum where previous concepts are revisited periodically.

24 out of 30

Memorization is important in the development of math skills.

25 out of 30

A math program should have built-in review to aid retention.

26 out of 30

A math program should involve hands-on learning.

27 out of 30

Math should incorporate auditory, visual, and tactile ways to learn.

28 out of 30

Learning to think through math is important in a curriculum.

29 out of 30

I prefer a curriculum that emphasizes creative problem solving.

30 out of 30

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6 Comments

  1. Right Start Math= 15 points
    Beast Academy, Singapore, and Teaching Textbooks all = 13 points

  2. Mcruffy, Schiller, mathmatical reasoning
    Huh. Never heard of these. Now to do my research. Thanks!

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