River notes Posted February 24, 2012 Share Posted February 24, 2012 Currently my ds is doing Saxon prealgebra and like it. I am now trying to decide if we should switch from saxon to chalk dust algebra. He recently told me he really like geometry and he would like to take a geometry course, which made me think of Jacobs geometry. I know Saxon includes geometry but he wants a hands on course for that specific class, he is good at building,just a natural when it comes to th subject. This is what my ds needs in his algebra program which is does not come natural: For it to be broke down in steps Repetition Practice at word problems He can be independent but likes instruction He can learn in units or increments From your experiences with the programs which looks like a better fit. I could really use the advice. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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