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Saxon Math 6/5

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  • Item #: 024426
    ISBN: 9781591413486
    Retail: $119.90
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    This Homeschool Kit contains a non-consumable student edition textbook, consumable tests and worksheets for one student and a solutions manual. All three components are softbound. The Student Edition Text uses a two-color page layout. Tests and Worksheets include a significant amount of fact drill practice, course tests as well as various forms for recording student progress. The Solutions Manual contains solutions to all problems in the text and tests.

    Teaching covers multiplication, division, word problems, fractions, decimals, percents, basic geometry and negative numbers.

  • Item #: 024428
    ISBN: 9781591413189
    Retail: $62.70
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  • Item #: 024427
    ISBN: 9781591413264
    Retail: $38.65
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    The Solutions Manuals leads you, step-by-step through the answer to every problem in the course.

  • Item #: 024429
    ISBN: 9781591413226
    Retail: $29.80
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  • Item #: 022106
    ISBN: 9781602773882
    Retail: $103.00
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  • Item #: SX65TC
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  • Item #: 028729
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    Math 65 - 3rd Ed WIN/MAC
  • Item #: 018102
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    Math 65 - 2nd Ed WIN/MAC
  • Item #: SXDV65
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  • Item #: 041256
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  • Item #: 070959
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  • Item #: 000233
    ISBN: 9781565770133
    Retail: $18.80
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    Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division flashcards for students who need help mastering basic math facts. Cards are intended for use with Math 54 and above. Addition and subtraction cards are double-sided, with an addition problem printed on one side and a subtraction problem printed on the other. Likewise with multiplication and division. 100 addition and subtraction cards cover single-digit addition with sums up to 18 and subtraction with differences from 0-9. 130 multiplication and division cards cover multiplication facts from 1-12 and division with quotients from 1-12. Flashcards are printed on cardstock (ten per page) and are separated by perforated edges. ~ Anh

  • Item #: RBW5SP
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  • Item #: 070958
    Retail: $62.95
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  • Item #: 045898
    ISBN: 9780358237082
    Retail: $44.99
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  • Item #: PDM6K2
    Retail: $119.51
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  • Item #: 062257
    Retail: $5.46
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    Drawing graphs on my Saxon homework always felt like a pain. Either I couldn’t find my graphing paper (or would lose it in the process of turning it in), or I couldn’t draw an accurate enough graph to convey my answers. These graph paper sticky notes seem like a great solution! Just stick a sheet with your answer on your notebook page or worksheet and you’re good to go. The adhesive will keep it with your homework. These 4x6 notes have .25” squares and come as a pack of 5 pads with 25 sheets to a pad for 125 total sheets. A really handy tool for upper level math. – Laura

  • Item #: 041229
    ISBN: 9780967738731
    Retail: $339.00
    Rainbow Price: $247.46
    Before studying history in depth in TRISMS for the high school level, you can take a one or two-year tour of the entire scope of world history in upper elementary or middle school. History's Masterminds covers world history up to the year 2010 in a similar format as the high school TRISMS, though there are some differences. In the high school level, more time is spent on each period in history, and students spend more time analyzing each civilization in depth, including the art, music, architecture, and literature of each culture. In History's Masterminds, the emphasis is on chronological developments throughout history, including new inventions, geographical explorations, and science discoveries. In fact, students will be compiling information on these three topics into a course book throughout the program. Children will also read and research their way through history via historical fiction, biographies, and other resource books. History, geography, writing, language, literature, and science are all covered through this program. Math history is covered, but math itself is not; so you will need to supplement with a complete math curriculum (Saxon Math is recommended). The set is composed of a teacher's manual, student book, and a loose-leaf pack of student worksheets, research questionnaires, quizzes, and quarterly tests. The teacher's manual contains all of the lessons, assignments, teaching information, reading lists, and answer keys while the other two packs contain the forms and worksheets the student will need to complete the ssignments.

    The author recommends completing this course over a 2-year period. There are 38 weeks of lessons included, and each week's activities are listed on a lesson plan grid, similar to what is used in the upper-level TRISMS books but with a few differences. The assignments are divided between science, inventions, explorers, and language. A separate grid for each week lists recommended historical fiction, biographies and resource books while major historical events, suggested topics for research, and math history developments are also included. Each weekly lesson focuses on a different chronological span of time and covers all of these topics during that time period. For each week, students will be reading historical fiction and other books and completing questionnaires for scientists, inventions, and explorers. Questionnaires include a series of questions about the topic that the student answers through researching the topic, using the library, and other available resources. Inventions questionnaires also ask the student to draw and/or diagram the invention, while Explorers questionnaires ask the student to mark the explorer's journey on a map and create a map key. The reading lists in the teacher's guide offer suggestions for resources, organized by lesson, which may help when researching. There are separate science assignments for most weeks, which include experiments and research projects. Language assignments are more extensive and incorporate a wide variety of topics including poetry, book reports, letter writing, reports, public speaking, word roots, grammar, outlining, interviewing, bibliographies, and much more. Because the emphasis is on exploring history in a very chronological way, creating a timeline is essential to the course. Famous inventors, scientists, explorers, other major historical figures and events will all be added to the timeline as they are studied each week. Quizzes and tests are also included for reinforcement; quizzes are given every three lessons while tests are given four times throughout the year.

    Overall, this course is not only a great way to try the TRISMS approach, but it offers great practice in researching and a terrific scope of our entire history as well. Its open-ended approach makes it useable with students of different grades, and it would be easy (and fun!) to use with multiple children. Because it is so heavily book and research-based, this would be a good fit for you especially if you have pretty easy access to a library and if your students are fairly motivated and independent. – Jess