Saxon Math 6/5 3ED 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 multiplication, division, word problems, fractions, decimals, percents, basic geometry and negative numbers.
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Math 6/5 introduces new concepts your child will need for upperlevel algebra and geometry. After every tenth lesson is an investigation  an extensive examination of a specific math topic, discussed at length to ensure solid understanding. Includes: Student Text (120 lessons, 627 perforated pages, softcover, 3rd Edition.), Tests and worksheets book (283 perforated pages, threeringpunched), Solutions Manual (302 perforated pages, softcover).
Category Description for Saxon Math 6/5 (3rd Ed.)
Covers multiplication, division, word problems, fractions, decimals, percents, basic geometry, negative numbers.
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There is a lot of review. There are typically 30 review problems per lesson once you pass Math 3. However, concepts are built upon in the review problems. Creativity is required in the review questions to solve problems that are similar, but not exactly the same as concepts previously presented. A piece of information may be missing that you are expected to figure out how to calculate. On high school math team, this is exactly what we were required to do at a tournament. Only students use those skills every day with this curriculum! It is challenging and rigorous.
For this reason, it may not work with all learning styles. If a child needs to repeat the exact same kind of problem over and over to learn all the steps involved, or if they have a hard time learning multiple concepts per lesson, they will have a hard time with this curriculum. Many lessons in Algebra 1/2 present multiple concepts, but they all fit together intuitively. There are typically only 4 to 8 problems practicing these new concepts per lesson. Supplemental practice is available on selected concepts in the back of the book from Levels 54 to 76. No supplemental practice in Algebra 1/2. I don't know about 87.
If there is a downside to this curriculum, it is that it is quite timeconsuming. This is has been consistently true through all the levels. Levels 13 require a lot of teacher time. 54 to 76 move the time burden to the student. For me, time spent doing this kind of math is fun and well worth it. In my opinion, if you want to train an engineer, this is your choice for math curriculum.
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The more affordable option would be to buy 1 workbook and have a notebook for each student where they could just answer the questions from the workbook. And buy 1 test booklet and just make copies for the warmups and tests.
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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 multiplication, division, word problems, fractions, decimals, percents, basic geometry and negative numbers.
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Math 6/5 introduces new concepts your child will need for upperlevel algebra and geometry. After every tenth lesson is an investigation  an extensive examination of a specific math topic, discussed at length to ensure solid understanding. Includes: Student Text (120 lessons, 627 perforated pages, softcover, 3rd Edition.), Tests and worksheets book (283 perforated pages, threeringpunched), Solutions Manual (302 perforated pages, softcover).
Category Description for Saxon Math 6/5 (3rd Ed.)
Covers multiplication, division, word problems, fractions, decimals, percents, basic geometry, negative numbers.

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4.9 / 5.07 Reviews5 Stars4 Stars3 Stars2 Stars1 Stars61000Best Math!!!I really like all Saxon Math. Plenty of math problems to practice what was learn in the lesson. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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I homeschooled six students using Saxon.Exceptionally easy to use. Just the right combo of new info and review. Huge fan! Was this review helpful? Yes (1) No (0)
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Rigorous, yet intuitive. I love Saxon!I have used all levels of Saxon from grade 1. We are now in Algebra 1. I love the way concepts are presented in an intuitive way, where one skill leads into the next. For example, skip counting by 5s leads directly to telling time, and counting nickels & $5 bills. A student already knows the basis for what they are about to learn through concepts previously presented. This is why integration with geometry makes so much sense. Once you know how to multiply 2 numbers, you can calculate the area of a rectangle. I wish I had learned math this way! It is not your traditional math.
There is a lot of review. There are typically 30 review problems per lesson once you pass Math 3. However, concepts are built upon in the review problems. Creativity is required in the review questions to solve problems that are similar, but not exactly the same as concepts previously presented. A piece of information may be missing that you are expected to figure out how to calculate. On high school math team, this is exactly what we were required to do at a tournament. Only students use those skills every day with this curriculum! It is challenging and rigorous.
For this reason, it may not work with all learning styles. If a child needs to repeat the exact same kind of problem over and over to learn all the steps involved, or if they have a hard time learning multiple concepts per lesson, they will have a hard time with this curriculum. Many lessons in Algebra 1/2 present multiple concepts, but they all fit together intuitively. There are typically only 4 to 8 problems practicing these new concepts per lesson. Supplemental practice is available on selected concepts in the back of the book from Levels 54 to 76. No supplemental practice in Algebra 1/2. I don't know about 87.
If there is a downside to this curriculum, it is that it is quite timeconsuming. This is has been consistently true through all the levels. Levels 13 require a lot of teacher time. 54 to 76 move the time burden to the student. For me, time spent doing this kind of math is fun and well worth it. In my opinion, if you want to train an engineer, this is your choice for math curriculum. Was this review helpful? Yes (1) No (0)
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Lots of practice!We have been using Saxon Math since 2011 consistently. The most important task for any curriculum, I have learned, is to figure out your child's needs. In order to achieve mastery, my one child needs a lot of practice; my other child doesn't need as much. Saxon has A LOT of practice so I've had to tailor it to my one child who doesn't need as much practice. Saxon isn't colorful or "fun" to look at but it has everything a student needs to master math. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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Very Good Math CurriculumI would recommend this to parents who wish to give their students a comprehensive, Common Core free math education. I enjoy how Saxon reviews and builds on simple concepts in order to teach concepts that are more complex. The way Saxon explains the lesson makes it fairly easy to teach. Was this review helpful? Yes (5) No (0)
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Saxon is not the program that I thought would be a good fit for my twins now 10 They are both fairly creative learners active and what I had always heard about Saxon Math was that it is "drill and kill" and repetitivein short it seemed exactly not the way I saw my children learning I have been very pleasantly surprised with just how well Saxon has met our needs and how eager my boys are to do the work For Kmiddle of 3rd grade we had used a combination of programs: primarily MathUSee supplemented with Singapore Math and DK workbooks I've never been a singlecurriculum user; I tend to use most materials as "resources" more than a single program to meet all of our needs I was very happy with what we did in those early years but what motivated me to try Saxon was wanting to cover more areas of math to better prepare for testing in the middle grades The spiraling approach was appealing to me I'm now using Saxon 1 with my 1st grader and it's a better fit for her than it would have been for her older brothers She enjoys the many drawing activities ("There were 5 turkey sandwiches on the picnic table and 3 peanut butter sandwiches Draw a picture and write a number sentence to tell how many sandwiches were on the table altogether") whereas they would have felt overwhelmed by the amount of pencil work involved My daughter looks forward to the varied activities for each day As the parent I do find that Saxon at those early levels (up to 2 or 3) does require more involvement from me and is simply more timeconsuming if you choose to do many of the daily activities like calendar work writing the date charting the temperature My daughter loves this stuff but I'll admit some days it just makes me tired and I long for the simplicity of the other math curricula I've used!What my 5/4 and 6/5 children like about Saxon is that it is straightforward It's no frills (though I think many of the word problems are rather creative and fun!) They wake up each morning and know exactly what they need to do and this routine is comforting They both approach math in different ways One of my twins is much more confident about his math abilities and he has liked Saxon because there is such a variety of problems that he doesn't get bored doing the same concept over and over day after day His brother has seen his confidence grow because things move in this program at a manageable pace And I have been pleased because I feel that Saxon prepares them well for testing It is more tied to standards than some of the other programs we've used and I don't approach testing time wondering if we should have taken some time to at least acquaint ourselves with probability or some other topic that may not have been covered in some of the masterybased singletopic programsWith all that said I am still supplementing Saxon a bitthrowing in a bit of MathUSee for some extra practice on some concepts (fractions for example) and I'm also having them use some of the "Key To" series to reinforce some things But overall Saxon has definitely surprised us in that it turned math into a confident nomoretears situation and into a subject that my boys want to now do first It feels right on for poising us well to be prepared for moving into prealgebra and after researching other curricula as they have finished their Saxon book I see by looking at placement tests for other programs that they are might even be able to skip some levels of other programs based on how wellprepared they have been from using the middlegrade saxon books Was this review helpful? Yes (8) No (0)
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I am currently using Saxon 65 with both my 5th grade level son and 6th grade level daughter Each day we start our math lesson by setting the timer and doing the drill worksheets The children compete with each other to get the best times We then do the warmup exercises and go over the lesson The children then complete the mixed practice on their own I love how Saxon is both student friendly and teacher friendly I appreciate that skills learned in previous lessons continue to be included in subsequent lessons For years I have been afraid to use Saxon because I have heard remarks from others that Saxon was too repetitive and boring I asked my children if they liked Saxon better than the other math curriculums we have used they emphatically stated that they did I asked how they felt about doing the same drill sheets over and over and was told "It helps us memorize the math facts better!" Was this review helpful? Yes (8) 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 75 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreWe love Saxon in our Homeschool!Heather R on May 8, 2018you had a reasonable price and didn't charge taxLevi S on Mar 19, 2018My children have done well learning math with Saxon. This will be our first experience with Math 6/5.Angela P on Feb 27, 2018Very good price for a new set!Tim W on Feb 16, 2018Great price and free shipping on the math curriculum.Ale G on Jan 25, 2018Saxon is tried and true for my family.Shanna W on Jan 1, 2018I have several friends who homeschool and use Saxon math and they love the simple instructions.Chelsea B on Oct 6, 2017It is a great math program for all types of learners.User on Sep 8, 2017on the recommendation of the Classical Conversations homeschool programShay G on Aug 31, 2017Saxon is tried and true. This sale made it easy for me to decide to buyKatie S on Aug 31, 2017As a home school mother, Saxon Math has been a great asset in teaching my children math. The format is very organized and has just the right amount of review and challenges. So far, four of my six children have completed college math with ease.Rhonda J on Aug 27, 2017My daughter is ready to move into this level of saxonKariann F on Aug 23, 2017Saxon works for us. Time to start next sequence.Julia B on Aug 14, 2017used them for many yearsHarvest Baptist A on Aug 10, 2017We have used Saxon Math since Level K and my oldest will be entering this level later in the year. I have three children using Saxon Math and love the way it works and is set up.Nicole V on Jun 30, 2017While my children sometimes moan and groan about Saxon, there is nothing like it for consistent teaching of new concepts and reviewing of old concepts.Julie A on Apr 9, 2017We love Saxon Math at our house!Maren J on Feb 28, 2017I love the Saxon Math program! It is very organized and thorough. My 5th grader can easily read the instructions for each new concept at the beginning of each lesson, and is able to do much of the work on his own.Barbara W on Dec 27, 2016Very thorough program.Jenny B on Sep 22, 2016I'm using Saxon 5/4 currently with my daughter and she really enjoys it. This math curriculum is much easier for her to comprehend than the one we used previously. With this price, I thought I'd just grab her next grade level math early!APRIL H on Sep 4, 2016suggestedCassie D on Aug 31, 2016We switched to Saxon math last year because it is used in the Classical Conversations program in 7th gradeElizabeth P on Aug 21, 2016Time for a more rigorous and spiraled approach to mathElizabeth Z on Aug 16, 2016It is super for kids who need a lot of review, and everything spelled out incrementally for them to make them feel successful. It is very slow and methodical (at least in the younger grades) so I'm hoping this grade will be the same.Kristin S on Aug 10, 2016Highly recommended in Classical Conversations  our homeschool community. Prior to homeschooling, his private schools used Saxon. Great curriculum!Howard H on Aug 8, 2016We love Saxon in our Homeschool!Heather R on May 8, 2018I like Saxon Math. It is thorough and helps me see where my student is at.Teresa H on May 1, 2018you had a reasonable price and didn't charge taxLevi S on Mar 19, 2018We love Saxon math.Suzanne S on Mar 13, 2018My children have done well learning math with Saxon. This will be our first experience with Math 6/5.Angela P on Feb 27, 2018We need it for homeschooling, and we know that the Saxon mathematics program of courses is very good for learning. In particular, it continually reviews and reinforces concepts that were learned earlier while at the same time introducing new concepts incrementally.Anthony K on Feb 24, 2018Very good price for a new set!Tim W on Feb 16, 2018Next book in the series. Child doing really well with Saxon.Karine D on Feb 1, 2018Great price and free shipping on the math curriculum.Ale G on Jan 25, 2018Next level for my studentKristen S on Jan 10, 2018Saxon is tried and true for my family.Shanna W on Jan 1, 2018The best maths method that we knowJose G on Oct 20, 2017I have several friends who homeschool and use Saxon math and they love the simple instructions.Chelsea B on Oct 6, 2017My wife told me toJames E on Sep 21, 2017It is a great math program for all types of learners.User on Sep 8, 2017We love Saxoon and we are continuing with this curriculum.kim w on Sep 7, 2017on the recommendation of the Classical Conversations homeschool programShay G on Aug 31, 2017This is the next level in our Saxon Math progression for homeschooling and I like Saxon Math and intend to continue with it for the remainder of our schooling.Debra E H on Aug 31, 2017Saxon is tried and true. This sale made it easy for me to decide to buyKatie S on Aug 31, 2017I have heard great things about this math curriculumBetsy T on Aug 29, 2017As a home school mother, Saxon Math has been a great asset in teaching my children math. The format is very organized and has just the right amount of review and challenges. So far, four of my six children have completed college math with ease.Rhonda J on Aug 27, 2017Saxon is my favorite for homeschool math. My daughter can work on it independently and I like the way they constantly review the new concepts learned.Mark P on Aug 26, 2017My daughter is ready to move into this level of saxonKariann F on Aug 23, 2017It is a good solid math program for children.Michael L on Aug 22, 2017Saxon works for us. Time to start next sequence.Julia B on Aug 14, 2017Need it for schoolGiannina H on Aug 12, 2017used them for many yearsHarvest Baptist A on Aug 10, 2017All of my children have used Saxon math. It is easy to teach and my children master the concepts.Rachel M on Jul 8, 2017We have used Saxon Math since Level K and my oldest will be entering this level later in the year. I have three children using Saxon Math and love the way it works and is set up.Nicole V on Jun 30, 2017Have used Saxon math for older child and it really explained well so I thought it will be good for my younger child.Sharon T on May 7, 2017While my children sometimes moan and groan about Saxon, there is nothing like it for consistent teaching of new concepts and reviewing of old concepts.Julie A on Apr 9, 2017After trying other math programs, Saxon is the one my daughter asks to use.Toni M C on Mar 9, 2017We love Saxon Math at our house!Maren J on Feb 28, 2017We have used Saxon Math for three years in our home school and have seen our sons grow in their math understanding by leaps and bounds. It is a very thorough math curriculum and has helped me teach math in a more confident way.Chris C on Jan 30, 2017I love the Saxon Math program! It is very organized and thorough. My 5th grader can easily read the instructions for each new concept at the beginning of each lesson, and is able to do much of the work on his own.Barbara W on Dec 27, 2016I have heard great things about Saxon math! This will be our first time using it!Kristina S on Dec 2, 2016Very thorough program.Jenny B on Sep 22, 2016Price is lower than most places. Required for Veritas LIve Online Saxon Math class.Wendy B on Sep 6, 2016I'm using Saxon 5/4 currently with my daughter and she really enjoys it. This math curriculum is much easier for her to comprehend than the one we used previously. With this price, I thought I'd just grab her next grade level math early!APRIL H on Sep 4, 2016It had great reviewsAlister C on Aug 31, 2016suggestedCassie D on Aug 31, 2016I have talked to other homeschool parents with kids in college and they said the ones who did saxon were the most prepared.Jaime M on Aug 29, 2016We switched to Saxon math last year because it is used in the Classical Conversations program in 7th gradeElizabeth P on Aug 21, 2016We like Saxon math products and have used them for years.Shawn M on Aug 19, 2016Time for a more rigorous and spiraled approach to mathElizabeth Z on Aug 16, 2016This math program is perfect for my son who suffers with ADD. He needs to constantly repeat what he is learning and Saxon offers just the right amount of repeats that he needs.Trena S on Aug 11, 2016It is super for kids who need a lot of review, and everything spelled out incrementally for them to make them feel successful. It is very slow and methodical (at least in the younger grades) so I'm hoping this grade will be the same.Kristin S on Aug 10, 2016Love Saxon's way of introducing concepts. They build upon each other so intuitively. I love the geometry integration into all levels. I wish I had learned math this way.Tina S on Aug 10, 2016Highly recommended in Classical Conversations  our homeschool community. Prior to homeschooling, his private schools used Saxon. Great curriculum!Howard H on Aug 8, 2016classically oriented math program; love the spiraling review to reinforce math concepts.Natashya G on Aug 5, 2016I like Saxon Math. It is thorough and helps me see where my student is at.Teresa H on May 1, 2018We love Saxon math.Suzanne S on Mar 13, 2018We need it for homeschooling, and we know that the Saxon mathematics program of courses is very good for learning. In particular, it continually reviews and reinforces concepts that were learned earlier while at the same time introducing new concepts incrementally.Anthony K on Feb 24, 2018Next book in the series. Child doing really well with Saxon.Karine D on Feb 1, 2018Next level for my studentKristen S on Jan 10, 2018The best maths method that we knowJose G on Oct 20, 2017My wife told me toJames E on Sep 21, 2017We love Saxoon and we are continuing with this curriculum.kim w on Sep 7, 2017This is the next level in our Saxon Math progression for homeschooling and I like Saxon Math and intend to continue with it for the remainder of our schooling.Debra E H on Aug 31, 2017I have heard great things about this math curriculumBetsy T on Aug 29, 2017Saxon is my favorite for homeschool math. My daughter can work on it independently and I like the way they constantly review the new concepts learned.Mark P on Aug 26, 2017It is a good solid math program for children.Michael L on Aug 22, 2017Need it for schoolGiannina H on Aug 12, 2017All of my children have used Saxon math. It is easy to teach and my children master the concepts.Rachel M on Jul 8, 2017Have used Saxon math for older child and it really explained well so I thought it will be good for my younger child.Sharon T on May 7, 2017After trying other math programs, Saxon is the one my daughter asks to use.Toni M C on Mar 9, 2017We have used Saxon Math for three years in our home school and have seen our sons grow in their math understanding by leaps and bounds. It is a very thorough math curriculum and has helped me teach math in a more confident way.Chris C on Jan 30, 2017I have heard great things about Saxon math! This will be our first time using it!Kristina S on Dec 2, 2016Price is lower than most places. Required for Veritas LIve Online Saxon Math class.Wendy B on Sep 6, 2016It had great reviewsAlister C on Aug 31, 2016I have talked to other homeschool parents with kids in college and they said the ones who did saxon were the most prepared.Jaime M on Aug 29, 2016We like Saxon math products and have used them for years.Shawn M on Aug 19, 2016This math program is perfect for my son who suffers with ADD. He needs to constantly repeat what he is learning and Saxon offers just the right amount of repeats that he needs.Trena S on Aug 11, 2016Love Saxon's way of introducing concepts. They build upon each other so intuitively. I love the geometry integration into all levels. I wish I had learned math this way.Tina S on Aug 10, 2016classically oriented math program; love the spiraling review to reinforce math concepts.Natashya G on Aug 5, 2016Does this curriculum meet common core standards?A shopper on Mar 12, 2018BEST ANSWER: I hope not. One of the biggest reasons I chose to homeschool was to get rid of common core. I found that Saxon Math does a good job of explaining each lesson. The lessons are easy to follow and the practice questions are applicable.
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BEST ANSWER: I hope not. One of the biggest reasons I chose to homeschool was to get rid of common core. I found that Saxon Math does a good job of explaining each lesson. The lessons are easy to follow and the practice questions are applicable. Reply
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While there might be some accidental alignment in terms of topics, Saxon Math 65 was published in 2004  long before Common Core and makes no claims to being aligned with CCSS. Reply
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 Janice Staff on Mar 13, 2018
Vote for the best answer above!Hello, Which Dive compass CD accompanies this kit?A shopper on Jul 17, 2017BEST ANSWER: DIVE Compass are separate purchases. This one corresponds to the Math 65 Kit  http://www.rainbowresource.com/proddtl.php?id=041256 Reply
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BEST ANSWER: DIVE Compass are separate purchases. This one corresponds to the Math 65 Kit  http://www.rainbowresource.com/proddtl.php?id=041256 Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!I used Saxon Math 5/4 for my fourth graders last year. Is Saxon Math 6/5 next or should I use Saxon math 5 intermediate?User on Aug 20, 2016BEST ANSWER: We have been using Saxon for a few years now and have gone straight from 5/4 to 6/5. Saxon does have a placement test on their website that is very helpful for determining which text is most appropriate. Reply
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BEST ANSWER: We have been using Saxon for a few years now and have gone straight from 5/4 to 6/5. Saxon does have a placement test on their website that is very helpful for determining which text is most appropriate. Reply
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It would be Saxon 6/5. 5 Intermediate is used more in a class (school setting) and 6/5 is more of a homeschool resource, Reply
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 Christina R on Aug 21, 2016
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Our school goes from 5/4 to 6/5 without trouble. Reply
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 Sarah F on Aug 20, 2016
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I went from 5/4 to 6/5 with no problems or gaps. Reply
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Vote for the best answer above!I will be teaching triplet boys do I need to get three student workbooks and three consumable tests and worksheet books or could I make copies?User on Jul 31, 2016BEST ANSWER: You can make copies but in the end it would be super expensive.
The more affordable option would be to buy 1 workbook and have a notebook for each student where they could just answer the questions from the workbook. And buy 1 test booklet and just make copies for the warmups and tests.
I hope this helps. Reply
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BEST ANSWER: You can make copies but in the end it would be super expensive.
The more affordable option would be to buy 1 workbook and have a notebook for each student where they could just answer the questions from the workbook. And buy 1 test booklet and just make copies for the warmups and tests.
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 Derek R on Jul 31, 2016
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personally i would buy 3 students texts but maybe only one test book bc it's much smaller, therefore not as costly to copy. it would cost far more to photocopy the student texts than to buy the workbooks. Reply
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You can make copies, although it would be a lot of work to make copies of the workbook. I would make copies of the test as they occur less often and are not as many questions. Reply
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 Amy W on Jul 31, 2016
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You could make copies, but I have always bought the extra consumable books. The time saved outweighs the cost in my experience. Reply
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i'm pretty sure you're not supposed to make copies. Good idea, though. Reply
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Hi! You should be able to make copies! Reply
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 Lisa F on Jul 31, 2016
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You could make copies, definately. Reply
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 Susan O on Jul 31, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 19, 2015
Vote for the best answer above!I will be teaching triplet boys do I need to get three student workbooks and three consumable tests and worksheet books or could I make copies?A shopper on Jul 31, 2016BEST ANSWER: From the copyright info in the books, it is my understanding that the company would like for you to have one for each student. At that age, I just made each of my girls do the work in a notebook, leaving the books unmarked for the next student. However, my 3 weren't all working in the same book at the same time. If I remember correctly, there are less than 30 tests, which wouldn't be too much to make copies of, but there is at least 1 worksheet for every lesson, which is a lot to copy. Hope this helps!! Reply
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 Raegan C on Aug 1, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: From the copyright info in the books, it is my understanding that the company would like for you to have one for each student. At that age, I just made each of my girls do the work in a notebook, leaving the books unmarked for the next student. However, my 3 weren't all working in the same book at the same time. If I remember correctly, there are less than 30 tests, which wouldn't be too much to make copies of, but there is at least 1 worksheet for every lesson, which is a lot to copy. Hope this helps!! Reply
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 Raegan C on Aug 1, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 28, 2015
I would suggest getting one homeschool kit and two additional student workbooks. This way you have the solutions manual and then can make copies of the worksheets and tests for your boys when necessary. I believe they would all benefit from having their own workbook as you may find that they may work at a different pace and you would be photocopying most of it so save your time for other things. Your money will be well spent as Saxon is the best mathematics curriculum. Reply
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 Cherisse C on Jul 31, 2016
 Purchased on Jul 20, 2015
To share a student workbook would be like sharing a textbook. It all of the problems in it, but students do all of their writing on another piece of paper. I would recommend ordering 3 consumable tests and worksheet books or you will have to copy every single page in the book. Reply
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 Sarah F on Aug 3, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 24, 2015
You definitely can make copies, but it's a big book. If you have your own copy machine than I would consider coping the book since you need 3...if you need to make copies elsewhere then I would just buy the books. Reply
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 Sandy M on Aug 1, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 17, 2015
I Have 3 children of different ages. We made copies so we could use the books for each child as they reached that math level. If all are taking at the same time, you can easily make copies and teach them together. Reply
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 Melissa S on Jul 31, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 11, 2015
You can definitely make copies, but that's alot of copies to make. I would buy extra consumables. Reply
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 Natalya G on Jul 31, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 10, 2015
Vote for the best answer above!I will be teaching triplet boys do I need to get three student workbooks and three test and worksheets workbooks or can I make copy's and pass them out?A shopper on Jul 31, 2016BEST ANSWER: I love the Saxton Math homeschool kits. The kit I order comes with the math book, solutions manual, and test book. I have my children write the answers to the questions in each lesson in a graph paper notebook, and with the tests they write answers on a sheet of paper to be filled. This allows me to use one math kit for the family. Reply
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 April J on Jul 31, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I love the Saxton Math homeschool kits. The kit I order comes with the math book, solutions manual, and test book. I have my children write the answers to the questions in each lesson in a graph paper notebook, and with the tests they write answers on a sheet of paper to be filled. This allows me to use one math kit for the family. Reply
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 April J on Jul 31, 2016
 Purchased on Aug 13, 2015
You can definitely make copies. If it were me I would take the book apart and punch holes for a 3 ring binder. The binding is glued and doesn't lay super flat. Reply
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 Jimmy M on Aug 1, 2016
 Purchased on Jul 5, 2015
We don't write in our books. We do all of our work on notebook paper. Once I found 5/4 on CD and was able to load it on tablets for multiple people to use. Reply
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 Nancy B on Jul 31, 2016
 Purchased on Jul 17, 2015
Either buy three workbooks or make copies. Buying the extra workbooks would be less work and probably comparable in price:) Reply
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 Leann W on Aug 1, 2016
 Purchased on Jul 21, 2015
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