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  1. I'm looking for the confidence to purchase Saxon Algebra and use it without the DVDs. My oldest used VideoText Algebra and it was a wonderful fit but my son is having a difficult time with it. I would like to use Saxon as I think the Spiral method is a good fit for him, but many reviews seem to list the DVDs as if they are necessary. I would love to hear from someone (preferably with multiple children) who successfully taught their child with Saxon Math and did NOT use the DVDs or other Video teaching. Was it difficult and time consuming? How involved were you? Thanks in advance fo
  2. Hi all! I could really use some help with choosing a curriculum for my 12 y/o daughter. We've done RightStart A-F. I'm considering doing RightStart Levels G and H for middle school. I like the independence of it, and I like that it integrates other math concepts.... Still not sure about waiting 2 years to start algebra though. She's not especially "mathy", but RightStart has laid a good foundation for her in regards to number sense and understanding math concepts and she is doing well overall with her math work. I'm also considering Math U See pre-algebra, but like any curriculum I've seen mix
  3. Hi All, I am hoping for some pearls of wisdom here because I am really agonizing over a math decision. Here is the background. My DS is a sophomore & completed MUS Algebra 1 in 9th grade. He got a B in the class, he is not a strong math student & works hard for his grade. He had done MUS since 6th grade. Well last summer, after completing MUS algebra 1, DS decided he wants to be a nurse & get his BSN degree. Well after research we realized he will need college algebra & stats as general ed requirements & no other higher level maths. Thank goodness. So I deci
  4. My 8yo son is currently using Horizons 3rd grade math. We both like the worksheets and that it has built in review. He's moving through it fine, but I feel like we're reaching a point where he is looking for more of the "why" not just the "how". I'm not looking to abandon the curriculum entirely, but I'm looking for something to add to round out the conceptual side of math that I feel is lacking. I've seen a lot of people talking positively about RightStart, Singapore (I see there are 2 options, Dimensions Math and Primary Math - happy to hear about both of these), and Math in Focus and
  5. I’m switching one of my kids to Saxon 5/4. We did the first lesson today and I’d read the intro and set a timer for 5 minutes to do the Math Fact page listed in the warm up. She did that, we continued with the warm up and did the mental math and the word problem, then we did the lesson and all the practice problems. But now that I think about it, I’m second guessing myself. She did nowhere near all the facts on the sheet. She just worked for 5 minutes. I figure over time and daily practice she’ll increase. In other places the instructions say to do all the problems, which we did in the wa
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  7. One of my ds will be starting Saxon Alg. 1 in the fall. I've been trying to decide on a CD/DVD for him to use at times when Dad is not available. Quite honestly I am of no use in the higher math dept. I'm wondering if anyone has actually used any of the Mastering ___"John Saxon's Way" DVDs which are taught by Art Reed? I have viewed the sample lesson on the Mastering site, but it is difficult to get a feel for it. I understand that Art Reed has taught Saxon math for 20 some odd years, but how is he as an instructor? Was he clear in his instructions, did he seem to explain the whys o
  8. I've always heard you either love it, or hate it. So, for those of you who didn't like it, can you tell me why. And for those of you who loved it, can you share with me all the positives. We are in Saxon 3 so you know. Oh, also, did you feel the need to supplement with Saxon or not? Thanks so much.
  9. My oldest daughter is enrolled in a charter school for 8th grade. The teacher's are frustrated because the children are not retaining the Saxon Math concepts and are behind the other area schools. They tested the class at 6th grade concepts and they still couldn't understand the material. I have a friend whose children attend a school that used Saxon Math and they stopped using it for the same reasons. Should I be concerned? We use Saxon Math for our 5th grader and will be using it with our kinder. Should I be looking for a new math program?
  10. I've never had my kids skip problems in Saxon (like doing only odds or evens). Does anyone do this and was it positive or negative? The books say not to skip any so I'm feeling weird about only doing half the set.
  11. Anyone have a preference between these two? I have not seen any samples of Math Tutor, so it's hard to compare. It is more expensive, though, so I'm leaning toward DIVE, but has anyone used the other? thanks, lisa
  12. I'm starting on Saxon Math 2, and the book I have does not appear to have the meeting strips. Can someone tell me what is on it so I can try to recreate it? Or, scan a page, and send it to me so I can print it? Thanks so much!!!:confused:
  13. I would love to hear some recommendations on what to use for Algebra II! DS has used Saxon since 54 and has done quite well with it, he is a good self-teacher (though we do work through tough parts together). His math skills have transitioned well to Apologia's Physical Science and Chemistry courses. If I left it to him to choose, he'd go with the familiar, Algebra II by Saxon. He hopes to take Advanced Math at our co-op, and the current teacher uses Saxon for Advanced Math. He will be taking Geometry concurrently with Alg II, I am pretty sure with Jacobs (love your opinions on that
  14. I have couple of questions. My dd (10th grade) did Saxon Algebra I in 8th grade, Saxon Algebra 2 in 9th grade and is currently doing TT Geometry. I was planning on moving her into the Larson text Precalcus with Limits 5th edition in the fall. I am concerned she may have forgotten many of the concepts learned in Algebra 2. Could we do a College Algebra course next fall to revisit some of theose concepts? I am afraid the Larson text won't have any review. If so, is there a particular text you would recommend? Second question: My dd (8th grade) is currently doing TT Algebra 1. She is
  15. My son is just starting Chapter 10 of TT Algebra 1. It is okay, but he is not making the grades I am accustomed to in math. he went from upper 80's/low 90's to low 80's and below. I think it has something to do with the presentation of the lessons. Mr. Sabouri doesn't seem to talk about math concepts in the traditional sense that I was taught. So, I think this is throwing me off a bit when I try to grade my son's work or look over the solutions. I really don't know if this is affecting my son's understanding or not. The bottom line is I am not as happy as I thought I would be. I am conside
  16. Hello, DS can do math pretty darn well for his age, and he has been doing Horizons K. I want to change curriculums next year. I want the Teacher Manual to be of actual use! I want it to tell me what I need to say, help me teach it. Color is helpful. LOVES manipulatives. Also, if you recommend Saxon, then what in the world is the meeting book for??? Is it just calendar stuff? DS knows the calendar. Thanks so much! If you need any other info from me, just let me know!
  17. I am looking for math work for my sons for the summer. I will be finishing Saxon 1 and 3 with my sons in May, but I plan to continue with homeschooling this summer. I would prefer it it were something that they could do every day (five days) to continue practicing math problems and concepts. Or should I go ahead and start Saxon 2 and 54 (which I plan to use for next year)? Any suggestions? How do you schedule Saxon math to cover an entire year?
  18. We have some catching up to do. Ideally, we finish 100% of curriculae. Our accountability cover requires 70%. Does Saxon Alg 2 spiral enough to review enough of Alg 1 that dd would still be well equipped if we just finish 70% of Alg 1 and move on to Alg 2?
  19. My 12 yo dd is doing TT Alg 1 this year and loving it. However, I don't know if I want to continue this program all the way through. It is more expensive than the other programs. She is also gifted (not so much in math, but could easily learn it if pushed). I am thinking of what to do for next year ( I am hopelessly OC and a control freak). Should I have her repeat Saxon Alg 1 (which I already have and we both hate)? Or do Singapore? How does Singapore compare with LOF and Chalkdust and some of the other "great" maths? Thank you! Connie
  20. Ds is struggling with Saxon Adv Math with D>I>V>E> cd and solution manual. I know the teacher DVD is out now but I heard it wasn't much of an addition to the solution manual. Anybody using it ? Starting to look at something easier. :confused:
  21. What is the opinion of the Hive Mind about Saxon Algebra 1? I don't think I could teach Dolciani. Can't afford Chalkdust. What is the opinion here about Jacobs? Even if I stay with Lial's for ds13, Lial's will not work for ds11 in a year or two. Thanks, Pam L
  22. How many of the first lessons are review in Algebra 2? I had always heard that the first 40 or so lessons in Saxon were review. I was having my son do just the tests to determine where he should start in the book, and there was new material presented in lesson 11 (couldn't find anywhere in the Algebra I book where this was taught). So, does anybody know how many lessons are review in this book?
  23. I am mostly a lurker here, and I have searched and searched on this subject. In WTM book it says to go with Saxon math. Well, in elementary school DD did not care for it so we went with Rod and Staff and I felt like such a rebel not following the guideline! *gasp* But you go with what works for your kiddo, right? Well, we have now entered the realm of high school and algebra I and I did lots and lots of lurking yet again. I fell in love with Teaching Textbooks and most of the debate on here was 50/50. Either you loved it or hated it. The first 10 lessons we loved it and then DD started getting
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