Saxon Geometry Homeschool Kit w/ Solutn Manl
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The Geometry Homeschool Kit includes the textbook, solutions manual, and the tests and answers.
Category Description for Saxon Geometry
Here it is! The longawaited homeschool edition of Saxon Geometry. Since the release of the program for public school, we have been receiving phone calls wanting to know when it would be available for homeschool. Harcourt has listened and here it is. The wait has not been in vain as this program is as good and solid as the other Saxon math programs.
The hardcover Geometry student text includes all topics in a high school geometry course using the Saxon methodology of incremental development and continual review. Some of the topics covered include triangle congruence, postulates and theorems, surface area and volume, twocolumn proofs, vector addition, and slopes and equations of lines. There are 120 lessons divided into 12 sections, 12 Investigations, and 15 Labs in the student text. The table of contents is colorcoded according to the math strands incorporated into each lesson.
To help students understand the flow of a lesson, the first lesson has yellow highlighted teaching boxes to explain the different elements that will be present in each lesson. Each lesson begins with a 'WarmUp' in which students are given the skills and vocabulary which are prerequisite to this lesson. 'New Concepts' presents the new vocabulary with meanings and examples of the concepts along with solutions. 'Lesson Practice' lets students check to see if they understand the new concept and italicized reference numbers help students know what example demonstrated the concept for that problem. The 'Practice' section is where students practice new and old concepts together. Italicized numbers in this section refer to the lesson in which the concept is taught. This mixed practice serves as a good practice for state tests since the format is similar.
Some added features make this book very user friendly. The skills bank found in the back of the book highlights 22 different skills used in the lessons and are referenced by small numbers (ex. SB10) found throughout the warmup and practice sections. For quick reference there are 6 pages of symbols, formulas, metric and customary measure, and properties, along with 2 pages of postulates and theorems. An extensive glossary rounds out the reference section. Pages of the text have very wide margins and occasionally the student will be given 'Hint,' 'Math Reasoning,' 'Math Language,' or even 'Caution' boxes with additional information for the lesson.
The Solutions Manual offers stepbystep solutions for all of the problems found in the student text. The Test Forms & Test Answers include tests to be taken each week along with a testing schedule. Solutions for test problems are found in the last half of this booklet. An Adaptations Workbook is now available, which provides an alternative for students with special needs. This consumable workbook contains adapted versions of the practice problems found in the student text, with plenty of space provided for working the problems in the workbook. The adapted problems offer more visual prompts and clues for doing the problems.
The question is, "How does Saxon Geometry compare to other geometry programs?" When you compare Saxon to Jacobs Geometry and BJU Geometry, you get a pretty good picture of the type of program Saxon has published. All 3 programs are comparable, covering the important topics that should be found in a strong geometry program. A good, solid introduction to trigonometry is also included in all 3, but Saxon includes a little more practice in this area.
With the release of the Saxon Geometry, you now have two different ways to complete your high school math. For the noncollege bound student or the student who doesn't wish to pursue a math or science degree, use Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Advanced Math if you want or need a fourth year of math. If your student is collegebound in the area of math or science or they just really love math, use Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Advanced Math, and Calculus, and your geometry will be covered by the content found in these texts.
The Homeschool Kit includes the student text, solutions manual, and test forms and answers. The Homeschool Packet is just the test forms and answers.  Donna
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The Geometry Homeschool Kit includes the textbook, solutions manual, and the tests and answers.
Category Description for Saxon Geometry
Show MoreHere it is! The longawaited homeschool edition of Saxon Geometry. Since the release of the program for public school, we have been receiving phone calls wanting to know when it would be available for homeschool. Harcourt has listened and here it is. The wait has not been in vain as this program is as good and solid as the other Saxon math programs.
The hardcover Geometry student text includes all topics in a high school geometry course using the Saxon methodology of incremental development and continual review. Some of the topics covered include triangle congruence, postulates and theorems, surface area and volume, twocolumn proofs, vector addition, and slopes and equations of lines. There are 120 lessons divided into 12 sections, 12 Investigations, and 15 Labs in the student text. The table of contents is colorcoded according to the math strands incorporated into each lesson.
To help students understand the flow of a lesson, the first lesson has yellow highlighted teaching boxes to explain the different elements that will be present in each lesson. Each lesson begins with a 'WarmUp' in which students are given the skills and vocabulary which are prerequisite to this lesson. 'New Concepts' presents the new vocabulary with meanings and examples of the concepts along with solutions. 'Lesson Practice' lets students check to see if they understand the new concept and italicized reference numbers help students know what example demonstrated the concept for that problem. The 'Practice' section is where students practice new and old concepts together. Italicized numbers in this section refer to the lesson in which the concept is taught. This mixed practice serves as a good practice for state tests since the format is similar.
Some added features make this book very user friendly. The skills bank found in the back of the book highlights 22 different skills used in the lessons and are referenced by small numbers (ex. SB10) found throughout the warmup and practice sections. For quick reference there are 6 pages of symbols, formulas, metric and customary measure, and properties, along with 2 pages of postulates and theorems. An extensive glossary rounds out the reference section. Pages of the text have very wide margins and occasionally the student will be given 'Hint,' 'Math Reasoning,' 'Math Language,' or even 'Caution' boxes with additional information for the lesson.
The Solutions Manual offers stepbystep solutions for all of the problems found in the student text. The Test Forms & Test Answers include tests to be taken each week along with a testing schedule. Solutions for test problems are found in the last half of this booklet. An Adaptations Workbook is now available, which provides an alternative for students with special needs. This consumable workbook contains adapted versions of the practice problems found in the student text, with plenty of space provided for working the problems in the workbook. The adapted problems offer more visual prompts and clues for doing the problems.
The question is, "How does Saxon Geometry compare to other geometry programs?" When you compare Saxon to Jacobs Geometry and BJU Geometry, you get a pretty good picture of the type of program Saxon has published. All 3 programs are comparable, covering the important topics that should be found in a strong geometry program. A good, solid introduction to trigonometry is also included in all 3, but Saxon includes a little more practice in this area.
With the release of the Saxon Geometry, you now have two different ways to complete your high school math. For the noncollege bound student or the student who doesn't wish to pursue a math or science degree, use Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Advanced Math if you want or need a fourth year of math. If your student is collegebound in the area of math or science or they just really love math, use Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Advanced Math, and Calculus, and your geometry will be covered by the content found in these texts.
The Homeschool Kit includes the student text, solutions manual, and test forms and answers. The Homeschool Packet is just the test forms and answers.  Donna

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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 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 29 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreWe have been using Saxon since the first grade and are now ready for GeometryGina C on May 22, 2018cheapIan B on Mar 17, 2018My daughter and grandson liked the offering of this geometry program.Mary L on Feb 13, 2018I choose Saxon because I like how they show the work in the solutions manuel of their past math books. and heard they have it in their Geometry books also.Monique G on Oct 25, 2017I love the Saxon math program. We have homeschooled for over 25 years and this has been hands down the best math curriculum of all.Jennifer L on Sep 25, 2017Looking for a good geometry course for my childNancy J on Sep 2, 2017My daughter's coop has selected this book.Detria on Aug 18, 2017because it's next after Algebra 1, and my OD prefers Saxon to the other programs we've tried.Christa B on May 25, 2017We love Saxon math!!User on Dec 28, 2016Saxon provides timetested, solid math instruction at any level.Barbara H on Aug 23, 2016I've used Saxon Math for several years and used the Algebra 1 Saxon Teacher CDRom.Trent T on Jul 24, 2016Needed for a recorded class.Susan V on Jun 29, 2016We wanted another level of Math that isn't readily taught on it's own anymore.Lynnea H on Apr 29, 2016We need this text book.Wei C on Jan 9, 2016We have been using Saxon since the first grade and are now ready for GeometryGina C on May 22, 2018We are home educators and have used Saxon Math for many, many years.MARK Z on Apr 6, 2018cheapIan B on Mar 17, 2018We love the Saxon math series and are looking ahead to the next level!Christine B on Mar 1, 2018My daughter and grandson liked the offering of this geometry program.Mary L on Feb 13, 2018I love Saxon Math!Jessica N on Jan 13, 2018I choose Saxon because I like how they show the work in the solutions manuel of their past math books. and heard they have it in their Geometry books also.Monique G on Oct 25, 2017sophomore mathJennifer D on Oct 18, 2017I love the Saxon math program. We have homeschooled for over 25 years and this has been hands down the best math curriculum of all.Jennifer L on Sep 25, 2017I'm a homeschooling mom and am choosing this geometry course for my high school son. We've used Saxon in the past with success, the reviews are to my liking...so we're going with it.Sandra D on Sep 15, 2017Looking for a good geometry course for my childNancy J on Sep 2, 2017Same thingJames E on Aug 25, 2017My daughter's coop has selected this book.Detria on Aug 18, 2017I love Saxon Math  while this text was not written by Mr. Saxon, the general tone and structure is the same as the other high school Saxon texts. I believe it is the best way to learn math for most students.James C on Aug 11, 2017because it's next after Algebra 1, and my OD prefers Saxon to the other programs we've tried.Christa B on May 25, 2017We needed a handson geometry text for our student. After looking through a number of different texts, we settled on Saxon as the most comprehensive and understandable curriculum available. I can't say he loves geometry, but he is learning it!Joyce C on Mar 10, 2017We love Saxon math!!User on Dec 28, 2016just completed saxon algebra an my son enjoys the way saxon explains the work.Tami M on Aug 24, 2016Saxon provides timetested, solid math instruction at any level.Barbara H on Aug 23, 2016Really like Saxon MathKymberly M on Aug 13, 2016I've used Saxon Math for several years and used the Algebra 1 Saxon Teacher CDRom.Trent T on Jul 24, 2016school requirementSusan D on Jul 16, 2016Needed for a recorded class.Susan V on Jun 29, 2016Recommended by a friend that homeschools childrenTina B on May 9, 2016We wanted another level of Math that isn't readily taught on it's own anymore.Lynnea H on Apr 29, 2016That was easy! Thank you for offering quality good at a very competitive price. This really helps with the high costs of home schooling. God bless.Christine W on Apr 15, 2016We need this text book.Wei C on Jan 9, 2016Convenience and priceNancy H on Dec 15, 2015We are home educators and have used Saxon Math for many, many years.MARK Z on Apr 6, 2018We love the Saxon math series and are looking ahead to the next level!Christine B on Mar 1, 2018I love Saxon Math!Jessica N on Jan 13, 2018sophomore mathJennifer D on Oct 18, 2017I'm a homeschooling mom and am choosing this geometry course for my high school son. We've used Saxon in the past with success, the reviews are to my liking...so we're going with it.Sandra D on Sep 15, 2017Same thingJames E on Aug 25, 2017I love Saxon Math  while this text was not written by Mr. Saxon, the general tone and structure is the same as the other high school Saxon texts. I believe it is the best way to learn math for most students.James C on Aug 11, 2017We needed a handson geometry text for our student. After looking through a number of different texts, we settled on Saxon as the most comprehensive and understandable curriculum available. I can't say he loves geometry, but he is learning it!Joyce C on Mar 10, 2017just completed saxon algebra an my son enjoys the way saxon explains the work.Tami M on Aug 24, 2016Really like Saxon MathKymberly M on Aug 13, 2016school requirementSusan D on Jul 16, 2016Recommended by a friend that homeschools childrenTina B on May 9, 2016That was easy! Thank you for offering quality good at a very competitive price. This really helps with the high costs of home schooling. God bless.Christine W on Apr 15, 2016Convenience and priceNancy H on Dec 15, 2015does saxon geometry only have a 1st edition?A shopper on Jul 20, 2017BEST ANSWER: Yes, that is correct. The most recent of Saxon Geometry is the 1st edition.
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