If not, you can always assign him/her the rest of the problems some other day.
In fact, you could even use these unassigned problems the next week or next month for some additional review. If your child finds math enjoyable, he/she can of course spend more time with it!
Go through a few of the exercises together, and then assign some problems for your child to do on his/her own.
You can also let the child study the lesson completely on his own if you feel he/she is capable.
There is a cumulative review matched for each chapter, except for chapter 1.
For example, the review titled "Cumulative Review, Chapters 1 - 4" means that the problems in that review cover topics from chapters 1-4.When you have a page or two filled with lots of similar practice problems ("drill") or large sets of problems, feel free to only assign 1/2 or 2/3 of those problems.If your child "gets it" with less amount of exercises, then that is perfect!One of the main reasons for the cumulative reviews is to spot any areas that the student has not grasped well or has forgotten, and thus needs additional practice.When you find such a topic or concept, you have several options: See even more word problem and problem solving resources at can also use puzzles from the Internet: Search in Google for “brain puzzles for kids” Search in Google for “logic puzzles for kids” Search in Google for “brain teasers for kids” Please read the FAQ at the Math Mammoth website. Therefore, it is not possible to say exactly how many pages a student needs to do in one day. However, you should calculate yourself a general guideline as to how many pages per week you should cover in the student worktext in order to go through the curriculum in one school year (or some other span of time you want to allot to it).You can check below how many pages there are to do for your particular grade level. Also allow several days for tests and cumulative reviews - at least twice the number of chapters in the curriculum.Basic principles in using Math Mammoth Complete Curriculum How to get started Pacing the curriculum Using tests Using cumulative reviews and the worksheet maker Concerning challenging word problems and puzzles Frequently asked questions Contact the author Math Mammoth Complete Curriculum is not a scripted curriculum.In other words, it is not spelling out in exact detail what the teacher is to do or say in a specific lesson.As you study each lesson, keep in mind that sometimes most of the page might be filled with those blue teaching boxes, and very few exercises.You might be able to "cover" two full pages on such a day.