Saxon Math 3 Home Study Kit
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The Math 3 Home Study Kit contains the Teacher Edition, the Meeting Book and a set of 2 workbooks. No manipulatives are included in the Home Study Kit; those are a separate purchase with several different options available.
These 140 lessons use math in real life; identifying place value; completing patterns; mastering multiplication and division facts; adding/subtracting multidigit numbers; multiplying a multidigit number by a single digit; dividing by a 1digit divisor; adding/subtracting fractions with common denominators; telling time to the minute; change for a dollar; graphing.
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Math 3 uses simulations and games to help thirdgrade students understand and practice new concepts. Social studies and science connections are stressed. Your child can learn to: skipcount by whole numbers, compare and order numbers, identify ordinal position to the twentieth, identify and complete patterns, add and subtract multidigit numbers, divide by singledigit divisors, add positive and negative numbers, picture, name, and order fractions, add and subtract fractions with common denominators, understand and calculate measurements, compare and measure mass, identify function rules, graph ordered pairs on a coordinate graph, identify angles, identify lines of symmetry.
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Using math in real life; identifying place value, completing patterns; mastering multiplication and division facts; adding/subtracting multidigit numbers; multiplying a multidigit number by a single digit; dividing by a 1digit divisor; adding positive and negative numbers; fractions; adding/subtracting fractions with common denominators; telling time to the minute; change for a dollar; graphing. 140 lessons.
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Show MoreThe Math 3 Home Study Kit contains the Teacher Edition, the Meeting Book and a set of 2 workbooks. No manipulatives are included in the Home Study Kit; those are a separate purchase with several different options available.
These 140 lessons use math in real life; identifying place value; completing patterns; mastering multiplication and division facts; adding/subtracting multidigit numbers; multiplying a multidigit number by a single digit; dividing by a 1digit divisor; adding/subtracting fractions with common denominators; telling time to the minute; change for a dollar; graphing.
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Math 3 uses simulations and games to help thirdgrade students understand and practice new concepts. Social studies and science connections are stressed. Your child can learn to: skipcount by whole numbers, compare and order numbers, identify ordinal position to the twentieth, identify and complete patterns, add and subtract multidigit numbers, divide by singledigit divisors, add positive and negative numbers, picture, name, and order fractions, add and subtract fractions with common denominators, understand and calculate measurements, compare and measure mass, identify function rules, graph ordered pairs on a coordinate graph, identify angles, identify lines of symmetry.
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Show MoreUsing math in real life; identifying place value, completing patterns; mastering multiplication and division facts; adding/subtracting multidigit numbers; multiplying a multidigit number by a single digit; dividing by a 1digit divisor; adding positive and negative numbers; fractions; adding/subtracting fractions with common denominators; telling time to the minute; change for a dollar; graphing. 140 lessons.

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4.9 / 5.012 Reviews5 Stars4 Stars3 Stars2 Stars1 Star111000Saxon Math 3My daughter will soon be 8. She is technically in 2nd grade but is currently going through this level with a bit of extra help from mom. She is grasping it very well. I'm very happy with this curriculum. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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Saxon Math 3So well written! I am so happy that I switched to Saxon math! Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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Works wellThis is our first experience with Saxon and it has worked well for us. While the daily lessons introduce perhaps too little new information, we do love the circular nature of the materials. Revisiting topics over and over solidifies the material. We find ourselves doing 23 lessons a day and that pace seems appropriate. Recommend without reservation. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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Love itWe are in our second year of homeschooling and this is our first year using Saxon. Both kids, 3rd and 2nd grade are using Saxon and love it. So happy to have found it. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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My children LOVE this math The teacher's manual can be very intimidating However I have found that I can use it only when either my daughters or I need extra help learning(or teaching) with a concept I do not use the teacher's manual daily nor do I do all the manipulatives daily It has the ability to be used as needed I find the price is well worth the material that you receive It has alot of speed drills and extra practice that can be utilized or not depending on the child's ability or understanding of a concept I chose this math over ABeka (I used this also for 2 years) because a concept is repeated several times and built on versus jumpimg from one concept to the next Saxon uses a more incremental/systematic approach with many manipulatives for the younger kids I would highly recommend it Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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Saxon 3 is what we used for our daughter this year I think Saxon is a really great and thorough program but it takes up way too much time Of course this may be because I am a mom who does exactly what it asks me to do Accordingly it took us 1 1/2 hours everyday sometimes more My daughter went from loving math to dreading it even days with tears I think she learned a lot from Saxon but it made her not enjoy mathBurn out! Not sure it was worth it I loved the program but she did not! We will be trying something different this year and hope that she will enjoy and be excited about math again! Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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I think Saxon Math is a very complete math curriculum but very dry There is lots of review and I think that is really good You want to master the basics before you move on I have 3 boys and I intend to continue to use Saxon Math The oldest will use 5/4 and the middle one will use Grade 2 Even though it is completelike I saidI think it is dry so I plan to mix it up and supplement with Life of Fred and Beast Academy Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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I have just completed Saxon Math 3 with my first child We have now worked from K3 and here is my 2 cents Math K lessons are all manipulative based and too time consuming when you are trying to school other children I used the MCP K workbook with my next child then went to Saxon Math 1 and this helped me keep my sanity As for Math 13 the daily scripted premath activities tend to get very repetitive but may be needed for some children until they memorize say skip counting We don't utilize the meeting strips but do use the meeting book calendar/weather activities I use the teacher manual as a review to teach any new concept I also only use worksheet A finding side B not necessary I do use all the facts drill sheets I think these are very beneficial for memorization even in grade 1 I think using the programs word for word everyday is daunting(except in the beginning with your first homeschooler it can be very helpful) I think if you stick with it and use what works for you Saxon is a very thorough incremental program If you use the program multiple times you will be a pro and find yourself knowing the flow of the lessons and not needing so much script My oldest son is 7(almost 8) and has paced through Math 3 and is now starting on Math 54 and I feel he is prepared to tackle it (Math 54 requires mastery of all add sub mult & div facts) I feel Saxon gives a strong early foundation and I would very highly recommend it just don't be overwhelmed I also think for a complete program it has a great price (especially through Rainbow :) And if you use it more than once you simply need the workbook for your next child Take what you feel your child can use and move on from there Good luck on your Math endeavers! Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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My son and I absolutely LOVE Saxon Math! My son had been in public school until this year and had been deemed to have a "slight learning disability" in math I ordered Saxon Math 3 and was a little worried because I had heard it was more for advanced children I was worried for nothing! The teacher's manual explains everything in order for you teach your child in a way that actually makes sense! It teaches by association therefore you child is constantly using information from previous lessons in order to learn the new concept! All of the lessons are thoroughly planned out and ready for you to teach All I do is go over the lesson the night before then we're ready to go the next morning The flash cards that come with the program are awesome They are used almost daily and with that repetition comes memorization The manipulatives are surely needed for this program and my son absolutely LOVES "getting" to use them They make the lesson fun! We do use the meeting book especially for the calendar and counting strips but not every day As far as this math being for "advanced" children I feel that AFTER using Saxon then he is and will become even more advanced He enjoys math now because he UNDERSTANDS! My nephew who is in the same grade but in public school is just now learning things that my son learned months ago yet the way he (nephew) is being taught these concepts aren't in a way he'll likely remember them This is an AWESOME program I feel like it teaches in a way that makes sense to the child Honestly had I been taught math in the way that Saxon teaches then I would've actually enjoyed learning I can honestly say I can't imagine using any other program for teaching my son math It is well worth the money! I just wish Saxon would come out with a program for every subject That would make choosing curriculum SO much easier! I HIGHLY recommend Saxon Math! Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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I have to be honest that when we started Saxon math that I hated it It seemed to take a long time to get through a lesson However I can honestly say that my daughter not only did well but the struggles she had in the beginning were overcome through the daily practice during meeting time It's almost like second nature for her to answer multiplication and division problems I have been very happy with the program and I plan to use it with my other children Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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A good choiceWe switched from Singapore because my daughter needed extra practice and more review. As someone who often skips the basics, It helps me become a better teacher and go over things that I wouldn't normally do. I do get tired of how long this program takes but it has been exactly what my daughter needed Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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This is my first year homeschooling and I love love Saxon Math and so does my son They introduce a concept and then it is repeated over and over even weeks later The teacher's manual spells out exactly what you should be saying (I usually use it as a guide) I review it the night before and we are good to go My son is getting a strong foundation in math and I plan on using Saxon Math again and again Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (1)
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Do not include HTML, links, references to other stores, pricing or contact info.My question is about:If your question is about more than one item, click + to add them.Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 37 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreWe used Saxon Math 2 Home Study kit this year for my 1st and 2nd grader and it worked great. Planning to use Math 3 for my 2nd and 3rd grader next year.Angela N on Apr 24, 2017for homeschoolCheon Joo L on Jan 15, 2017Saxon of course!Edward D on Dec 7, 2016My daughter is home schooled and having trouble in math. I was told this program is good. I am trying to see if this helps her understand.Amanda C on Sep 30, 2016Love Saxon Math. See review under 4th grade books.Carrie P on Sep 15, 2016Excited for a new challenge in math!Carly B on Aug 25, 2016We used Saxon Math last year. Even though the lessons are long (including meeting), our daughter did really well. It is a GREAT program!W E on Aug 10, 2016I have used it before in my own classroom when teaching 2nd grade.Lana D on Jul 29, 2016First time to homeschool and I hear about Saxon everywhere (good stuff) and a good friend of mine will be using it with her 3rd grader this year so thought we could both share our thoughts as we go along.Jade W on Jul 14, 2016Best homeschool math availablePeter R on May 31, 2016Love Saxon for my kids. Needed the next level.Erin G on Apr 23, 2016Saxon textbooks are the best :)Bonnie Y on Mar 11, 2016We wanted a 3rd grade math program that would reinforce material that had been learned in previous years and lessonsPaige M on Jan 26, 2016Saxon Math 3 is a GREAT curriculum. I use it for both my son with severe learning disabilities as well as my son who excels at math. It works for any type of learning and is a STRONG program!Amber H on Jan 4, 2016I enjoy saxon math, I feel it gives children a good foundationLatoya W on Dec 7, 2015it had good reviewswendy s on Dec 1, 2015Upon recommendation by friends, my 13yearold is using Saxon for the first time to study Algebra. I really like the way Saxon teaches a small new concept or two in each lesson, and the problem sets always contain new and old material. All the concepts are being reinforced constantly. The tests reflect this as well. So she is less likely to forget something. We like it so much, I switched my other 2 kids to Saxon as well.Theresa M on Nov 5, 2015We used Saxon Math 2 Home Study kit this year for my 1st and 2nd grader and it worked great. Planning to use Math 3 for my 2nd and 3rd grader next year.Angela N on Apr 24, 2017I have a cousin that home schools her two children also and she highly recommended it.Christie B on Apr 10, 2017for homeschoolCheon Joo L on Jan 15, 2017Have used Saxon 1 and 2. We have a young student (6) who is ready for the math concepts in 3, but still needs the strong teacher led instruction established in these beginning books. Will move to more advanced Saxon series in the future.Aja F on Dec 30, 2016Saxon of course!Edward D on Dec 7, 2016We have used Saxon math since K. An excellent program that just makes sense. My children are thriving in the spiral learning Saxon math offers.Nicole H on Nov 16, 2016My daughter is home schooled and having trouble in math. I was told this program is good. I am trying to see if this helps her understand.Amanda C on Sep 30, 2016"We have used Saxon math K2 and have found it helpful.Kristi C on Sep 23, 2016Love Saxon Math. See review under 4th grade books.Carrie P on Sep 15, 2016It is a classical method and my son needs something that helps him practice concepts regularly.jennifer m on Sep 2, 2016Excited for a new challenge in math!Carly B on Aug 25, 2016My son is used to the Saxon Math program from being in a charter school the last 2 years.Thomas K on Aug 10, 2016We used Saxon Math last year. Even though the lessons are long (including meeting), our daughter did really well. It is a GREAT program!W E on Aug 10, 2016Saxon Math is very thorough. Teaches things that I didn't cover with my younger ones that used a different curriculum.Sherre P on Aug 9, 2016I have used it before in my own classroom when teaching 2nd grade.Lana D on Jul 29, 2016Wife told me toDavid D on Jul 26, 2016First time to homeschool and I hear about Saxon everywhere (good stuff) and a good friend of mine will be using it with her 3rd grader this year so thought we could both share our thoughts as we go along.Jade W on Jul 14, 2016We have used Saxon Math 1 & 2 and really like the program. Saxon teaches math the way I learned it, which makes it easy to teach.Esther J on Jun 25, 2016Best homeschool math availablePeter R on May 31, 2016After trying several curriculums we settled on Saxon. Love it!Christine B on Apr 28, 2016Love Saxon for my kids. Needed the next level.Erin G on Apr 23, 2016So highly recommended and my child placed into this level.User on Mar 15, 2016Saxon textbooks are the best :)Bonnie Y on Mar 11, 2016Needed to try a new math program and also needed some help with teaching tips.Stacey S on Mar 9, 2016We wanted a 3rd grade math program that would reinforce material that had been learned in previous years and lessonsPaige M on Jan 26, 2016Just finishing Saxon Math 2 and moving onto 3. Thank you!Samantha C on Jan 21, 2016Saxon Math 3 is a GREAT curriculum. I use it for both my son with severe learning disabilities as well as my son who excels at math. It works for any type of learning and is a STRONG program!Amber H on Jan 4, 2016We use saxon math for homeschooling. Love it!Beth K on Jan 3, 2016I enjoy saxon math, I feel it gives children a good foundationLatoya W on Dec 7, 2015After ordering intermediate Saxon and looking it though, I decided to go with this one instead. I think the workbook will be easier for my daughter to use, because the written practice questions are in the workbook, so she doesn't have to use a textbook and a separate page for answers.Lindy S on Dec 2, 2015it had good reviewswendy s on Dec 1, 2015Excellent curriculumJeanette H on Nov 20, 2015Upon recommendation by friends, my 13yearold is using Saxon for the first time to study Algebra. I really like the way Saxon teaches a small new concept or two in each lesson, and the problem sets always contain new and old material. All the concepts are being reinforced constantly. The tests reflect this as well. So she is less likely to forget something. We like it so much, I switched my other 2 kids to Saxon as well.Theresa M on Nov 5, 2015Love Saxon!Markus J on Oct 21, 2015I have a cousin that home schools her two children also and she highly recommended it.Christie B on Apr 10, 2017Have used Saxon 1 and 2. We have a young student (6) who is ready for the math concepts in 3, but still needs the strong teacher led instruction established in these beginning books. Will move to more advanced Saxon series in the future.Aja F on Dec 30, 2016We have used Saxon math since K. An excellent program that just makes sense. My children are thriving in the spiral learning Saxon math offers.Nicole H on Nov 16, 2016"We have used Saxon math K2 and have found it helpful.Kristi C on Sep 23, 2016It is a classical method and my son needs something that helps him practice concepts regularly.jennifer m on Sep 2, 2016My son is used to the Saxon Math program from being in a charter school the last 2 years.Thomas K on Aug 10, 2016Saxon Math is very thorough. Teaches things that I didn't cover with my younger ones that used a different curriculum.Sherre P on Aug 9, 2016Wife told me toDavid D on Jul 26, 2016We have used Saxon Math 1 & 2 and really like the program. Saxon teaches math the way I learned it, which makes it easy to teach.Esther J on Jun 25, 2016After trying several curriculums we settled on Saxon. Love it!Christine B on Apr 28, 2016So highly recommended and my child placed into this level.User on Mar 15, 2016Needed to try a new math program and also needed some help with teaching tips.Stacey S on Mar 9, 2016Just finishing Saxon Math 2 and moving onto 3. Thank you!Samantha C on Jan 21, 2016We use saxon math for homeschooling. Love it!Beth K on Jan 3, 2016After ordering intermediate Saxon and looking it though, I decided to go with this one instead. I think the workbook will be easier for my daughter to use, because the written practice questions are in the workbook, so she doesn't have to use a textbook and a separate page for answers.Lindy S on Dec 2, 2015Excellent curriculumJeanette H on Nov 20, 2015Love Saxon!Markus J on Oct 21, 2015What edition is this?A shopper on Oct 8, 2016BEST ANSWER: Saxon Math 3 is the first edition. There is a newer edition found in the public schools but the homeschool kit is the first edition with an early 90's copyright.
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BEST ANSWER: Saxon Math 3 is the first edition. There is a newer edition found in the public schools but the homeschool kit is the first edition with an early 90's copyright. Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!Hi where do I find the manipulatives for saxon math 3? I am purchasinging the Saxon math 3 homeschool editionA shopper on Jun 6, 2016BEST ANSWER: We carry manipulatives kits for all levels of Saxon Math K3. They can be found here: http://www.rainbowresource.com/prodlist.php?subject=Mathematics/10&category=Math+3+Manipulative+Kits/2084 Reply
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BEST ANSWER: We carry manipulatives kits for all levels of Saxon Math K3. They can be found here: http://www.rainbowresource.com/prodlist.php?subject=Mathematics/10&category=Math+3+Manipulative+Kits/2084 Reply
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