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From Sadlier-Oxford Math to ????


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I am new to homeschooling and looking to start this coming fall. My kids have been in a private Catholic school and my 4th grader is currently using Simple Solutions Math and Sadlier-Oxford Progress in Math. My 1st grader is also using the Sadlier-Oxford Progress in Math. For my older child they also supplement with Hands on Equations next year in 5th grade.

 

I am running myself in circles trying to figure out which math program is most similar and will not completely throw them off when we change to homeschooling. I also want a math curriculum that will give me enough support to be able to teach them. (too tall of an order?)

 

I, honestly, have no comparison...so if it is an awful math program, how do I make a transition to something better? Any suggestions? 

 

THANKS!!!!!!!!!

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I personally think the Sadlier-Oxford Math is really well done.  You can buy it as well as a homeschooler.  I wouldn't change their math--especially the 4th grader.  

http://schoolstore.sadlier.com/?__hstc=13306344.b9ce4ea70658961145fbf7c7b06841f4.1399550263447.1399550263447.1399550263447.1&__hssc=13306344.1.1399550263448&__hsfp=3189273956

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