A Beka Book
Basic Mathematics 1
This worktext gives a strong review of all arithmetic concepts and skills with a yearlong emphasis on mastering and applying percents. Other branches of mathematics include algebra, plane and solid geometry, statistics, and trigonometry. Two units on basic algebra give the juniorhigh student the foundation he needs to enjoy and succeed in high school algebra. Practical topics such as adjusting recipes, banking, and reading the electric meter appeal to students. Frequent problem solving strategies help students develop needed problemsolving skills. Soft cover.



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Can You Count in Greek?
Judy Leimbach
This thorough introduction to ten different ancient number systems is a valuable resource for math enrichment or an introduction to our number system or incorporate it into any Ancient history unit.



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Challenge Math
A unique new resource for children gifted in math. Your child will love the fascinating true stories that tie math and science together and will be challenged by over 1000 problems at three levels of difficulty. Parents will appreciate the easy to learn instructional format that makes teaching and learning enjoyable. Contains 350 pages and twenty chapters in astronomy, statistics, probability, algebra, physics, and more. Allows children to see the wondrous side of math and its important role in today's world. A great way to enrich your curriculum.



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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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Key to Algebra Books
Julie King
Key to Workbooks offer a positive alternative to large, expensive textbooks which students often find complicated and intimidating. Only one concept is presented per page, so students have time to understand new ideas without being overwhelmed. Handwritten examples and exercises make work seem less formal. Vocabulary and reading levels are simple. Instructions are clear and direct. Each book is a complete textworkbook. Students develop understanding by solving equations & inequalities intuitively before formal solutions are introduced. a Full year's course that stands entirely on its own.



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Saxon
Math 7/6
Excellent K12 textbook and workbook math program. Students will generally work independently. Uses an effective incremental learning model.



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Mathematicians are People, Too
Luetta & Wilbert Reimer
This 2 volume set contains 15 illustrated vignettes per book introducing students to great mathematicians from various cultures. Stories focus on moments of mathematical discovery and on personal anecdotes.



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Rod and Staff Publishers, Inc.
Mathematics for Christian Living Series
Rod & Staff
Rod and Staff is a Mennonitebased textbook publisher. Their
math program ''is blackandwhite, straightforward, no
nonsense, traditional mathematics with an emphasis on drill
and memorization as well as practical application through word
problems. Previously taught concepts are continuously
reviewed.'' —Cathy Duffy



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Operation Magic Tricks
Ronald Edwards
Operation Math Tricks sparks students' interest and imagination. Unraveling the number tricks leads students through a variety of computations and mathematical discoveries.



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Saxon
Saxon Math Program
John Saxon
For starters, I want to put out there that my experience of Saxon is that either people love it or hate it and I think that is based on a lot of different things. What I am convinced of is that this program, if used correctly, will give your child a solid math foundation. Personally, I love it!
I love the Saxon program as I find it extremely solid. If you want to read my indepth review visit my site at
www.happyhomeschoolinghousewife.com and click on REVIEWS.



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