Saxon Math 7/6 4ED Homeschool KIT
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This Homeschool Kit contains a nonconsumable 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 twocolor 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 decimals, fractions, number lines, measurement, area, perimeter, volume, place value, solid figures, percent, ratio, unit conversion, probability, angles, coordinates.
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Math 8/7 introduces new concepts your child will need for upperlevel algebra and geometry. After every 10th lesson there is an Investigation an extensive examination of a specific math topic, discussed at length to ensure understanding. Includes: Student Text (120 lessons, 960 perforated pages, softcover), Tests and Worksheets Book (240 perforated pages, threering punched, softcover), Solutions Manual (384 perforated pages, softcover).
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Show MoreThis Homeschool Kit contains a nonconsumable 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 twocolor 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 decimals, fractions, number lines, measurement, area, perimeter, volume, place value, solid figures, percent, ratio, unit conversion, probability, angles, coordinates.
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Math 8/7 introduces new concepts your child will need for upperlevel algebra and geometry. After every 10th lesson there is an Investigation an extensive examination of a specific math topic, discussed at length to ensure understanding. Includes: Student Text (120 lessons, 960 perforated pages, softcover), Tests and Worksheets Book (240 perforated pages, threering punched, softcover), Solutions Manual (384 perforated pages, softcover).
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Covers decimals, fractions, number lines, measurement, area, perimeter, volume, place value, solid figures, percent, ratio, unit conversion, probability, angles, coordinates.

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4.9 / 5.010 Reviews5 Stars4 Stars3 Stars2 Stars1 Star91000My daughter was left behind in the second grade she was in fourth grade when it was discovered that she was still only doing second grade level math not only could she not do the problems she had no concept of what the numbers represented She might know that 2+2=4 but then might guess that 2+3=12 They put her in special ed for two years and made no progress I pulled her out of public school and began to home school her I started her out with Saxon math 3 we worked at an accelerated pace and throughout the summer she completed Saxon 3 4/5 and half of 5/6 in one and a half years then took the Iowa basic skills test her score? Grade level equivalence 12th!!! Saxon doesn't just teach how to do the problem it explains the logic behind it Even I who minored in math in college can thank Saxon for finally explaining to me the reason for and logic behind exponents and square roots I truly believe that any child who uses Saxon Math in the lower grades will be able to easily learn algebra and other higher math Was this review helpful? Yes (13) No (0)
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Excellent!Our 7th grader with ADD can work independently in this book, it by far has been the best curriculum we have ever worked in. New concepts are introduced slowly, and old concepts are continually repeated for retention in achievable lessons. She feels confident with every lesson she completes, b/c she gets more correct answers than wrong. An incredible confidence booster & brilliantly designed system of concept building. Very Happy! Was this review helpful? Yes (5) No (0)
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great materialwe are enjoying saxon math this year. I had homeschooled up to 6th grade using another curriculum and wanted material that was more selfdirected and would sure up what we had already covered. Saxon 7/6 has been just right for us. my daughter does her math independently, even grading and correcting her own work, but there are periodic tests so I can make sure she is learning. I love it! Was this review helpful? Yes (5) No (0)
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Challenging and CompleteWe have started working in the Saxon Text, it is a little challenging coming from A Beka but it seems to be a complete series and my daughter gets through it with oversight. Was this review helpful? Yes (2) No (0)
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Saxon Rocks!We LOVE Saxon Math. We preiovusly had done ABeka and didn't feel it describes the concepts very well. The spiral approach and good examples and explainations help the information stick. Best change I made in our new homeschool year! Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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SaxonWe used Saxon Math for the first time last year. This year, grade 6, we look forward to delving into the Saxon lessons. Easy to understand and the flow helps my son retain what he learns. The format is just right for us. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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I like itSimple to use. Comprehensive. Repetition helps knowledge stick and stay, and provides a nice rhythm for the student. He knows what to expect, gets good at doing it quickly and well. I have one who needs the repetition to learn and remember well. I have two others who learn math very quickly and remember well, but need the practice of focus, concentration and completing a task quickly and well. So Saxon works for all in our family, in different ways. It's very nice to have consistency also. Students seem to thrive with a balance of consistency and variety. Throw in a little fun, and they're happy! :) Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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I really like it!My complaint with my sons math program was that once he learned a new concept it wasn't brought up again. It was just on to the next thing. I love how this one repeats problems from previous lessons. He is retaining much better! Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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ExcellentI find this book to be one of the best math books my kids and I have ever used. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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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 7 questions Browse 7 questions and 70 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreSchooling twin boys and we are about to finish 6/5. I really like the set up and flow of this book. It repeats and adds new material in just the right volume. Very easy to teach from.Tracy G on Jan 30, 2018I needed the next Saxon text for homeschooling my 6th grader.Radoslava F on Dec 12, 2017We've been using Saxon and have had good success.Kathryn L on Nov 29, 2017Great prices on the Saxon compete math I needed.Jamie S on Nov 10, 2017My daughter loves SAXONTia F on Sep 19, 2017Love Saxon. We have done K, 1, 2, 3, 5/4, 6/5 and found that the kids learn a great deal using Saxon.Erin G on Aug 30, 2017I am looking for a better math curriculum. I am hoping this is it.Kristin W on Aug 24, 2017I like how user friendly the Saxon Math program is for homeschoolers.Shawna M on Aug 23, 2017Following in sequence to Saxon Math 6/5. We love!Julia B on Aug 14, 2017Been using Saxon for years and continuing with Ruth Cooper teaching Math 3."Donel L on Aug 10, 2017Saxon does an excellent job reviewing and drilling.User on Jul 12, 2017We love Saxon Math, and this is the next step up in lessons for our daughter.Corrine C on Jul 2, 2017Horizons is moving too fast. Need to change. Plus you can download DIVE math that has a teacher teaching the content with each lesson.Kacie H on Jun 22, 2017I've been using Saxon Math for my child for the last year. It has worked phenomenally well. This is a spiral curriculum which means that there is a small lesson on new topics with limited practice, then mixed review for each lesson. The daily facts practice has encouraged my child's recognition and memorization of math facts. If your child is struggling with math, I strongly recommend this curriculum for the struggling and on target learners both.Michelle W on Mar 22, 2017We love Saxon math and its spiral approach to learning. All of my children have done well with it so far and are doing a good job at retaining information. No, they're not going to remember everything the first time they do it, which is why I love the mixed review problems at the end of each lesson. All skills are revisited nearly every day. I wish I had been taught with Saxon books in school.Kerri S on Mar 4, 2017It was recommended by 2 different homeschooling mothersUser on Jan 13, 2017Recommended by a friendTina K on Dec 20, 2016My 6th grader who struggles with Math finds this to be a doable program!Jacquelyn E on Nov 11, 2016I am using this to help me find the holes in my children's public school math education. I have researched extensively, and I like this program a lot. It doesn't follow common core, which is critical.Heather J on Oct 17, 2016used other productMelissa C on Aug 31, 2016We feel Saxon is a great math program.Kimberly D on Aug 24, 2016By ordering this course and the previous course I now have both courses and she can progress as quickly or as slowly as she needs to. I ordered this course as it is the next grade according to her learning.Erin D on Aug 5, 2016My older son didn't seem to learn well from the program I used with him  once he got to high school, he really struggled with math. I wanted to make sure younger siblings did not have the same problem. Saxon has an excellent reputation, so we started with Saxon 6/5 last year. It seemed to teach younger brother the concepts better and give more opportunity to practice, including the incorporation of previously learned concepts every lesson. So I am continuing this year with level 7/6.Monica M on Jul 30, 2016I have a 7th grader who is tired of doing math online, and the 8/7 seemed a bit daunting to him.Leslie R on Jul 24, 2016Great Price!Deann H on Jul 19, 2016Schooling twin boys and we are about to finish 6/5. I really like the set up and flow of this book. It repeats and adds new material in just the right volume. Very easy to teach from.Tracy G on Jan 30, 2018Recommended by a friend.Cathy J on Jan 10, 2018I needed the next Saxon text for homeschooling my 6th grader.Radoslava F on Dec 12, 2017I read great reviews about it and the price was economical. I think my daughter will do well with this math.Ambre M on Nov 30, 2017We've been using Saxon and have had good success.Kathryn L on Nov 29, 2017My 8th grader is using Saxon 8 homeschool kit and we love it. Better than any online program we tried.Livia K on Nov 27, 2017Great prices on the Saxon compete math I needed.Jamie S on Nov 10, 2017We just finished Saxon 5/6 and my daughter really liked it and was able to work very independently which really surprised me. I am thoroughly impressed.Megan V on Nov 3, 2017My daughter loves SAXONTia F on Sep 19, 2017My 6th grader has struggled with Math Mammoth. I decided to use a spiral approach curriculum instead of a mastery approach.Christy B on Sep 12, 2017Love Saxon. We have done K, 1, 2, 3, 5/4, 6/5 and found that the kids learn a great deal using Saxon.Erin G on Aug 30, 2017I chose this because of the reviews and the placement test results.Dixie L on Aug 30, 2017I am looking for a better math curriculum. I am hoping this is it.Kristin W on Aug 24, 2017I like that Saxon is rigorous, thorough and has built in review.Elizabeth W on Aug 23, 2017I like how user friendly the Saxon Math program is for homeschoolers.Shawna M on Aug 23, 2017next levelKirstine C on Aug 17, 2017Following in sequence to Saxon Math 6/5. We love!Julia B on Aug 14, 2017I've used several different math curriculums, and I've found that we like Saxon the best.Jay M on Aug 13, 2017Been using Saxon for years and continuing with Ruth Cooper teaching Math 3."Donel L on Aug 10, 2017It was recommended for children who struggle with math.Cynthia B on Aug 9, 2017Saxon does an excellent job reviewing and drilling.User on Jul 12, 2017we've always used saxon for mathDebbie G on Jul 9, 2017We love Saxon Math, and this is the next step up in lessons for our daughter.Corrine C on Jul 2, 2017We have found Saxon Math to be an excellent program that if followed improves both speed and accuracy for the student. It may be work, but it works!Tammy E on Jun 30, 2017Horizons is moving too fast. Need to change. Plus you can download DIVE math that has a teacher teaching the content with each lesson.Kacie H on Jun 22, 2017Previous math program did not work for my daughter. I have heard good things about Saxon.Eileen R on Mar 24, 2017I've been using Saxon Math for my child for the last year. It has worked phenomenally well. This is a spiral curriculum which means that there is a small lesson on new topics with limited practice, then mixed review for each lesson. The daily facts practice has encouraged my child's recognition and memorization of math facts. If your child is struggling with math, I strongly recommend this curriculum for the struggling and on target learners both.Michelle W on Mar 22, 2017best price for kit; part of MODGMary C on Mar 15, 2017We love Saxon math and its spiral approach to learning. All of my children have done well with it so far and are doing a good job at retaining information. No, they're not going to remember everything the first time they do it, which is why I love the mixed review problems at the end of each lesson. All skills are revisited nearly every day. I wish I had been taught with Saxon books in school.Kerri S on Mar 4, 2017Our math tutor suggested this curriculumErin V on Jan 19, 2017It was recommended by 2 different homeschooling mothersUser on Jan 13, 2017We've used Saxon since 2nd grade. The curriculum is thorough, and it is set up to help students retain knowledge.Adria D on Jan 2, 2017Recommended by a friendTina K on Dec 20, 2016neededShelley on Nov 17, 2016My 6th grader who struggles with Math finds this to be a doable program!Jacquelyn E on Nov 11, 2016Best Math curriculum out there!Kirsten B on Oct 27, 2016I am using this to help me find the holes in my children's public school math education. I have researched extensively, and I like this program a lot. It doesn't follow common core, which is critical.Heather J on Oct 17, 2016We're using Saxon 7/6 for 6th grade math after using Saxon Math in grades 4 and 5.User on Sep 2, 2016used other productMelissa C on Aug 31, 2016Saxon is excellant math instructionChristeen T on Aug 25, 2016We feel Saxon is a great math program.Kimberly D on Aug 24, 2016It is the next book.Lorinda H on Aug 9, 2016By ordering this course and the previous course I now have both courses and she can progress as quickly or as slowly as she needs to. I ordered this course as it is the next grade according to her learning.Erin D on Aug 5, 2016To continue from Mystery of History Volume 3Candace C on Aug 4, 2016My older son didn't seem to learn well from the program I used with him  once he got to high school, he really struggled with math. I wanted to make sure younger siblings did not have the same problem. Saxon has an excellent reputation, so we started with Saxon 6/5 last year. It seemed to teach younger brother the concepts better and give more opportunity to practice, including the incorporation of previously learned concepts every lesson. So I am continuing this year with level 7/6.Monica M on Jul 30, 2016It's our Math curriculum.Maria S on Jul 27, 2016I have a 7th grader who is tired of doing math online, and the 8/7 seemed a bit daunting to him.Leslie R on Jul 24, 20166/5 was not enough of a challenge so we skipped itSydney C on Jul 22, 2016Great Price!Deann H on Jul 19, 2016Saxon is easy to follow and fits nicely into a 32 week school year.Tracey S on Jul 16, 2016Recommended by a friend.Cathy J on Jan 10, 2018I read great reviews about it and the price was economical. I think my daughter will do well with this math.Ambre M on Nov 30, 2017My 8th grader is using Saxon 8 homeschool kit and we love it. Better than any online program we tried.Livia K on Nov 27, 2017We just finished Saxon 5/6 and my daughter really liked it and was able to work very independently which really surprised me. I am thoroughly impressed.Megan V on Nov 3, 2017My 6th grader has struggled with Math Mammoth. I decided to use a spiral approach curriculum instead of a mastery approach.Christy B on Sep 12, 2017I chose this because of the reviews and the placement test results.Dixie L on Aug 30, 2017I like that Saxon is rigorous, thorough and has built in review.Elizabeth W on Aug 23, 2017next levelKirstine C on Aug 17, 2017I've used several different math curriculums, and I've found that we like Saxon the best.Jay M on Aug 13, 2017It was recommended for children who struggle with math.Cynthia B on Aug 9, 2017we've always used saxon for mathDebbie G on Jul 9, 2017We have found Saxon Math to be an excellent program that if followed improves both speed and accuracy for the student. It may be work, but it works!Tammy E on Jun 30, 2017Previous math program did not work for my daughter. I have heard good things about Saxon.Eileen R on Mar 24, 2017best price for kit; part of MODGMary C on Mar 15, 2017Our math tutor suggested this curriculumErin V on Jan 19, 2017We've used Saxon since 2nd grade. The curriculum is thorough, and it is set up to help students retain knowledge.Adria D on Jan 2, 2017neededShelley on Nov 17, 2016Best Math curriculum out there!Kirsten B on Oct 27, 2016We're using Saxon 7/6 for 6th grade math after using Saxon Math in grades 4 and 5.User on Sep 2, 2016Saxon is excellant math instructionChristeen T on Aug 25, 2016It is the next book.Lorinda H on Aug 9, 2016To continue from Mystery of History Volume 3Candace C on Aug 4, 2016It's our Math curriculum.Maria S on Jul 27, 20166/5 was not enough of a challenge so we skipped itSydney C on Jul 22, 2016Saxon is easy to follow and fits nicely into a 32 week school year.Tracey S on Jul 16, 2016Is this 4th edition common core aligned?A shopper on Aug 10, 2016BEST ANSWER: As far as I know, it is not aligned.
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BEST ANSWER: As far as I know, it is not aligned. Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!Does this edition align with common core?A shopper on Aug 9, 2016BEST ANSWER: No, there is a newer edition that goes along with common core. I'm trying to steer away from it. I love this set. I love the disk that goes with it as well. Amazing. Reply
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BEST ANSWER: No, there is a newer edition that goes along with common core. I'm trying to steer away from it. I love this set. I love the disk that goes with it as well. Amazing. Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!What year was this published?A shopper on Jan 6, 2016BEST ANSWER: I bought ours last summer June 2015 and the copyright date is 2005. Reply
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BEST ANSWER: I bought ours last summer June 2015 and the copyright date is 2005. Reply
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he one that I received this year was published in 2005. Reply
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Published by Saxon & Hake in 2005. Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!If I have 3 children in the same Saxon math level, would they each need their own text or just the text and worksheets?A shopper on Feb 1, 2016BEST ANSWER: The textbook has the lessons/explanations and questions/problems to solve. The worksheets book has the tests, timed/math facts daily tests, and any supplemental worksheets for selected lessons. The "teacher book" has just the solutions.
Balancing out frugality and ease of use, I would get 1 textbook, 1 teacher/solutions book and 3 worksheet books. Reply
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BEST ANSWER: The textbook has the lessons/explanations and questions/problems to solve. The worksheets book has the tests, timed/math facts daily tests, and any supplemental worksheets for selected lessons. The "teacher book" has just the solutions.
Balancing out frugality and ease of use, I would get 1 textbook, 1 teacher/solutions book and 3 worksheet books. Reply
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Depends on if they work on them simultaneously. You use the text to learn the lesson and work through the problems, but you don't have to write in it you can write your answers on a different sheet of paper. Reply
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If they share a text you would either need to teach the group all at once, or they would take turns reading from it independently. But it's not consumable so that would work if it fits your schedule. Reply
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It depends on whether you want them doing math at the same time each day. If they can study at different times, they can definitely share the text. Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!What year was this published? Does it have timed tests for every day and mental math?User on Jan 6, 2016BEST ANSWER: The copyright date is 2005. There are timed tests for every lesson. There is an investigation after every ten lessons, and there are tests every five lessons(starting at lesson 10). On investigation days, there is no timed test. But there is on test days. There is a box at the beginning of every lesson with mental math, and a special problem to solve. Then the student reads the lesson, then does the lesson practice problems. Next is the Mixed Practice which is 30 problems from all the lessons before including that days' work. Reply
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BEST ANSWER: The copyright date is 2005. There are timed tests for every lesson. There is an investigation after every ten lessons, and there are tests every five lessons(starting at lesson 10). On investigation days, there is no timed test. But there is on test days. There is a box at the beginning of every lesson with mental math, and a special problem to solve. Then the student reads the lesson, then does the lesson practice problems. Next is the Mixed Practice which is 30 problems from all the lessons before including that days' work. Reply
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Published in 2005. There is a speed drill every day and mental math begins each lesson. There is no mental math on test days, but there are speed drills on test days. The speed drills do not have a time limit, but students time themselves and record the time to track improvement. Reply
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Publish date 2005. Yes, it has timed tests for each day and mental math for each lesson. Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!I'm looking at ordering your complete kits, but I need a different math level than what they come with. Is there a way to switch them out?Amber B on Aug 9, 2016BEST ANSWER: We are not able to make any changes/substitutions in the kits. However, the consultants are happy to work with you to develop a custom curriculum plan based on the kits. (There's no charge for this service.) Reply
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BEST ANSWER: We are not able to make any changes/substitutions in the kits. However, the consultants are happy to work with you to develop a custom curriculum plan based on the kits. (There's no charge for this service.) Reply
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