Key to Measurement Answers and Notes for Books 1-4

Key to Measurement Answers and Notes for Books 1-4

# 007794

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Item #: 007794
ISBN: 9781559530873
Grades: 4-12

Category Description for Key To Math (Gr. 4-12):

The Key To... series is a very self-instructional, unintimidating, programmed learning series. Covering seven basic topics, students can work through these horizontally or vertically. They are ideal for "homework" or a more topical approach to the subject. Presentation is done in a simple, friendly manner, incrementally, and with examples to follow as needed. Workbooks are thin and consumable. Answer keys are recommended. Order by the book or in sets.

We like this series because it encourages children to tackle these subject areas in as much depth as they can, rather than working strictly within the confines of an age-graded math program. Starting in 4th or 5th grade, I purchased a complete set of student workbooks for each child. Book 1 in each topic was put on the school book shelf. When Key to... was assigned, my children were free to work on whatever topic they chose, and they worked as much as they wanted. As soon as Book 1 in any subject was completed, it was replaced by Book 2. My oldest daughter sometimes got so involved that she just kept going!

Category Description for PROGRAMS - OTHER:

While offering some instruction, these programs include less teaching material or do not cover the full range of grade-level skills that the comprehensive programs offer.

Primary Subject
Grade Start
Grade End
Trade Cloth
EHS Title
Key to Measurement
Young Adult
Betsy Franco
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Key Curriculum Press
0.25 (lbs.)
10.75" x 8.25" x 0.06"
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Madeleine H on Aug 3, 2019
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Madeleine H on Aug 3, 2019
I am new to homeschooling. Is the key to series supplemental or can it be used as the only source of math for the year?
A shopper on Feb 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am using the algebra course for my struggling learner as her only math this year, but for someone with a math/science future it likely wouldn't be enough. I can see it working as a supplement for an average learner, maybe even a summer bridge item for a fast worker. My daughter completes 2-3 pages a day and it takes her an hour or more. By going slowly she is getting A's and B's. It's been a great fit for her, and a confidence booster.
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