Math Mammoth


I’m so excited to be sharing with you Math Mammoth. Math Mammoth is a complete, affordable math curriculum for grades 1-8 (aligned to the common core). Pre-Algebra  is in the works for 2014.

So in order to keep my post concise and to the point without writing a novel, I am going to just talk about the Light Blue Series, which is what I reviewed, and let you go here to read ALL that is offered. She even has some FREE stuff. We all love free don’t we?


I reviewed the Light Blue Series First Grade. I’ve been using it more as a supplement with the math that I’m already using. The series though is a complete year, first grade curriculum. You can either print it off page by page, or there are various places you can buy the printed version which I will list at the end of the post.

So now to what I like (love). 

  • I love that I can print at will.
  • I love that I can print for each child eventually, and don’t have to buy another workbook or pay for shipping.
  • I love that I can print in color or black and white.
  • I love that it is color.
  • I love that it is affordable.

What I don’t love.

  • That it isn’t printed out. I know I just said I loved that I didn’t have to by another book. It goes both ways with me. Sometimes it is just easier to buy the printed version.
  • Well I don’t think there is anything else I don’t love. So I’ll share some pics of my girls enjoying math mammoth.

Math Mammoth Review

Now where you can buy Math Mammoth either digital download, cd, or print copy?

(All places may not carry all math mammoth products, one distributor may only carry one while the other may carry all.) Click here for the FAQs page of where and how to order.

Digital Download- Kagi Store,

CD- Rainbow Resource

Print- Lulu, Rainbow Resource

(these are NOT affiliate links)

The light blue series on is $17.95 for each work text.

There are two work text ex. (1-A & 1-B) for each level.

The answer keys are $14.95 each (current at time of post).

Now I did print out the entire book. I’m planning on using my comb binder with it, but of course you don’t have to.

You could print one by one or 3 hole punch it and put it in a 3 ring binder.

So if you are struggling with finding an affordable curriculum for your child, consider looking into Math Mammoth.



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