A Beka Book
Arithmetic 3
The spiral review method continues as students review and build on concepts learned in first and second grade. The review is so complete that students from other arithmetic programs can fill deficiencies and proceed to understand new concepts. The book and curriculum provide continuous practice in place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, story problems, rounding, estimations, graphs, English and metric measures, drawing and measuring line segments, plane and solid geometric shapes, perimeter and area, fractions and decimals, temperature, time, money, and process order. The abundant practice in the curriculum and text makes learning the multiplication and division tables possible for all students. Soft cover.



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Christian Light Publications
Christian Light Education Mathematics Sunrise Edition
CLE’s Mathematics program offers solid math instruction that
teaches from a Christian perspective at a very reasonable price.
Each grade level course includes a one or twovolume teacher’s
guide and ten LightUnit student workbooks. (Third grade has a
single volume for teacher's guide.) A few other items are either
required or optional, especially in the early grades.
CLE has built in continuous review. The program emphasizes
mastering math facts and computation skills, often taking students
into more challenging territory in some areas than do other math
programs.
Daily flash card practice and speed drills help students master the
math facts. In first and second grade, students work on the addition
and subtraction facts. Second graders also begin to learn the
multiplication facts. Mental math exercises are included beginning
at the end of second grade and continuing throughout all levels
through eighth grade.
CLE sells customized Addition and Subtraction Flash Cards that are
coded and come with dividers for setting up a systematic approach
for drill and review that both circulates the cards and arranges them
for daily drills. While CLE sells multiplication and division flash
cards, these are fairly standard, so you can use another set if you
already have them.
The speed drills are found at the back of each LightUnit book for
grades one through five and then in the first LightUnit of grade six.
The first LightUnit of each course after first grade thoroughly
reviews previously taught concepts and facts with pretests and
practice sets. The purpose is both for review after a ''summer
break'' and as a diagnostic test for those who might just be starting
the CLE program. If students do well on each of the pretests, they
can skip the practice sets and move on.



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Developing Number Concepts Using Unifix Cubes
Kathy Richardson
Make math concepts come alive for students with this comprehensive guide to using Unifix Cubes. Based on the concept that the students learn best through actual participation.



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MathUSee
Foundations of Mathematics
Steve Demme
Math explained so that it is visual and it makes sense. Includes a teaching video, teacher manual and skip counting tape.



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Gobble Up Math
Give students an appetite for learning mathematics using food as a tool for understanding concepts. Kids use healthy foods such as raisins, pasta, cereal and fruit to learn about patterns, sets, geometry, measurement, number systems, fractions and estimates.



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Borenson & Associates
Handson Equations Learning System
Mary Pride says: ''Here's something really newa handson approach to algebraic linear equations! You know what those are: fun stuff like 2x 2(x+4)=x +(2). With HandsOn Equations, learning prealgebra and solving simple linear equations can be as fun and easy as playing a game.'' This patented teaching method empowers the teacher to successfully present essential algebraic concepts to students in grades 3 to adult. It does not require any algebraic prerequisites. Its system provides students with an intuitive understanding of the most fundamental algebraic concepts and makes algebraic linear equations accessible to 3rd grade gifted students, 4th grade average students, and 5th grade LD students. HandsOn Equations consists of: manuals for Levels I, II, & III; a student kit of game pieces with flat laminated balance; a set of worksheets; and an answer key.



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Bob Jones University Press
Math 3
Uses student manipulatives to introduce a variety of concepts, including multiplication, division, common fractions, and decimal fractions. Provides a variety of activities in estimating. Presents new problemsolving experiences as well as new calculator skills and computer information. Teacher's Editioncontains 165 lesson plans divided into 20 chapters. Includes skill practice activities and a spiraling review to ensure retention of concepts. Provides additional information about manipulatives as well as ideas for games, songs, and bulletin boards. Teacher's Edition: 922 pages; two spiral binders. Student Worktext presents enjoyable activities with Hal, a photographer, and Horatio, his squirrel, as part of the national park theme. Student Worktext: 336 pages; softbound; full color; perforated.



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Saxon
Math 3
Part of excellent K12 textbook and workbook math program. K3 is manipulative based and are sold with home study kits. Students will generally work independently. Uses an effective incremental learning model.



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Math By Kids
Written by Pennsylvania Homeschoolers. This unusual book of word problems was written by homeschool students of all ages. Arranged by categories  Math Problems About Food, Working and Earning, Mystery Numbers, Etc. Problems are listed from easiest to hardiest.



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Math Drillsters
Bob Bernstein
A reproducible activity book containing 220 pages of math drill activities primarily covering addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, but also touching on measurement, time, money, temperature, fractions and mathematical thinking.



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