In this world of calculators, computers, and even smart smart phones, students still need to master math and problem-solving skills.
Math 2 Homeschool First Edition from Saxon Math will prepare your students for future success in many fields!
Building directly on Math 1, Math 2 covers a larger range of critical concepts, such as:
- Working with larger numbers
- Geometric shapes
- Venn diagrams
- Basic arithmetic calculations
- Simple fractions
Your child will also learn to create, read, and write observations from real graphics, pictographs, and bar graphs.
Math 2 Homeschool First Edition Student Workbook Set contains:
- Two workbooks with practice pages
- Fact cards
Prepare your student for real-life problem solving with Math 2 Homeschool First Edition from Saxon Math! Order today from Curriculum Express!
Saxon Math has a proven record of success among schools and homeschools. As a result, Saxon is a top math choice from kindergarten through high school.
The Saxon Approach
Saxon’s approach to math is to focus on individual skills and essential concepts rather than classroom interaction. Therefore, with Saxon, each concept is introduced and then reviewed and expanded upon consistently throughout the school year. Students gain new concepts, practice them and build on them incrementally as they learn new concepts that apply to the old. Saxon does not provide colorful textbooks; instead it provides a step-by-step proven approach to math that leads to math success.
The Building Blocks of Math
When used in its entirety, Saxon’s innovative approach ensures that students gain and retain critical math skills, ensuring success in more complex skills. Topics and concepts are never taught and then dropped to be reviewed next year. Instead, more complex concepts build on the old as students practice them every day.
Saxon Placement Tests
Middle Grades 5/4-Algebra 1/2
This 2nd grade Saxon Math course offers lots of practice and repetition to give students the opportunity to master math concepts. It introduces new material while still reviewing what has been previously learned. Frequent assessments help parents track their students’ learning.
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