Math 5/4 Homeschool Student Edition (3rd Edition)

Math 5/4 Homeschool Student Edition (3rd Edition)

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ISBN: 9781591413172
Grades: 4-5

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Customized for homeschooling, 12 Investigations and an Illustrated Glossary, 120 Lessons. Each daily lesson includes warm-up activities, teaching of the new concept, and practice of new and previous material, two-color format

Category Description for Saxon Math 5/4 (3rd Ed.):

For use by fourth graders who have completed Math 3 or who are doing well in math, or for average fifth graders. Covers review of 4 basic math functions, estimating, 2- and 3-digit computation, decimals, fractions, rudimentary geometry, word problems. 3rd edition.




Category Description for Saxon Middle School Programs:

Featuring the same methodology as previous editions plus enhanced mathematical content, Homeschool Kits contain a non-consumable student edition textbook, consumable tests and worksheets for one student, and a solutions manual. All three components of the Homeschool Kit come softbound. The Student Edition Text uses a two-color page layout, as opposed to the black and white pages of prior editions. Tests and Worksheets include a significant amount of fact drill practice, course tests, as well as various forms for recording student progress. Solutions Manual contains solutions to all problems in the text and tests.




Category Description for Saxon Math:

Students like Saxon because they feel successful in math instead of overwhelmed.

The most popular homeschooling math program hands down! Highly recommended by both Mary Pride and Cathy Duffy, Saxon Math also wins our award for the "Most Requested Text." Saxon math is a "user-friendly" math program - even for Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus and other usually difficult math topics. Learning is incremental and each new concept is continuously reviewed, so the learning has time to "sink in" instead of being forgotten when the next topic is presented. Higher scores on standardized tests and increased enrollments in upper-level math and science classes have resulted where Saxon has been used in public schools. Students like Saxon because they feel successful in math instead of overwhelmed. Because of the format, children are able to work more independently.




Category Description for COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMS - ALL GRADES:



Primary Subject
Mathematics
Grade Start
4
Grade End
5
ISBN
9781591413172
Binding
Trade Paper
Pages
640
Edition
3rd, Revised, Illustrated
Language
English
Audience
Scholarly & Professional
Format
Trade Paperback Book
Brand Name
Saxon Publishers
Weight
2.15 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.25" x 1.0"
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I think Saxon's method of teaching math is the most practical. I rely on the supplemental practice in the appendix and only wish Saxon offered a little more practice content.
fritz and d on Jan 27, 2021
Building confidence in my older student, therefore want to use it with younger student.
Dawn S on Sep 1, 2020
I think Saxon's method of teaching math is the most practical. I rely on the supplemental practice in the appendix and only wish Saxon offered a little more practice content.
fritz and d on Jan 27, 2021
Hands down, the most systematic and thorough math training system I've used in my over 14 years of home schooling.
Erica G on Sep 28, 2020
Building confidence in my older student, therefore want to use it with younger student.
Dawn S on Sep 1, 2020
have used this math curriculum for 7 older siblings. excellent reviews daily
Mae T on Sep 1, 2020
see above
Elizabeth C on Aug 20, 2020
next grade up :)
kelly h on Aug 18, 2020
needed it for 4th grade math curriculum
Cathryn E on Aug 18, 2020
did research and want to use saxon thru high highschool.
Valerie g on Aug 5, 2020
I need an extra copy for the tutor.
Colleen V on Jul 31, 2020
Saxon is a standard in math education. I've used it before and liked it.
Eliana V on Jun 17, 2020
Solid math curriculum. College prep!
Mary D on May 12, 2020
Have more kids in this book
Elizabeth M on Feb 25, 2020
extra set for classroom
Lori B on Aug 28, 2019
homeschooling
Shelly M on Aug 9, 2019
used with Classical Conversations
Lana T on Jul 1, 2019
The next one in the series that my daughter needs.
April R on Jun 10, 2019
We love Saxon math and I have 3 kids moving into this level this year.
Michelle J on Apr 29, 2019
I homeschool my child.
kim w on Jan 16, 2019
I find Saxon Math concise and easy to understand. Concepts learned are consistently reviewed throughout each new chapter.
Bette N on Dec 10, 2018
I love Saxon Math and the teaching video that the student can watch with each lesson.
Chanler K on Aug 28, 2018
I like Saxon's sequential approach to math. Have used it from kdg up through high school
Patricia K on Jul 7, 2018
Needed something that I could use to reteach my daughter the topics that she is struggling with.
Sherrylyn C on Feb 5, 2018
Using for 5th grade
Evelyn M on Nov 26, 2017
Homeschool, it is recommended as the best.
Kristine H on Oct 25, 2017
Love Saxon. Have used it with 3 kids for 3 years and learned plenty. Erin
Erin G on Aug 30, 2017
great program
Savannah S on Aug 17, 2017
Love the repetitive nature of Saxon! My kids thrive with it!
Andrea K on Feb 6, 2017
school request
trisha k on Nov 16, 2016
classically oriented math program; love the spiraling review to reinforce math concepts.
Natashya G on Aug 5, 2016
Hands down, the most systematic and thorough math training system I've used in my over 14 years of home schooling.
Erica G on Sep 28, 2020
have used this math curriculum for 7 older siblings. excellent reviews daily
Mae T on Sep 1, 2020
is the 3rd edition pre-common core?
A shopper on Feb 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it is. It was published in 2004 (Common Core materials are typically copyrighted 2012 or later).
Is the student edition consumable?
A shopper on Feb 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Great answers here, I just wanted to clarify these are designed to be non-consumable, however, as you can see, many families do use them as a consumable text.
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Rated 5 out of 5
I am currently using Saxon 54 with my youngest son This is my third time to use Saxon 54! Both my oldest boys used it and it is incredibly easy to teach It is strictly open and go My oldest son used Saxon from 54 through 76 He has dyslexia and I wish I had placed him in a mastery program sooner My middle son used Saxon from 2nd grade through 87 We switched to a traditional sequence in high school but I wish we had stayed with Saxon When I decided that my accelerated kindergartener would benefit from continual exposure even after mastery of a concept I pulled Saxon 54 back off the shelf
January 12, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5
The Saxon math is easy to use but the spiral method of teaching did not work for us The teacher's manual was great It not only showed you the answer but it also showed you how to work the problems out There is very little teacher preparation I just read over the introduction to each lesson and then went over it with the kids This was very easy to do with two kids at different grade levels While they were both doing their drills I was getting both lessons prepared Whichever one finished drills first they started their lesson first while the other child took a break When I was done teaching that child I would send them off with their math problems to complete while I taught the other child For my child who is ADD/ADHD this curriculum was too overwhelming for him He would see all the problems and begin to panic and then could not remember what we had learned in previous lessons For example in Lesson 65 you will still have a problem from Lesson 1 This product is worth the money however I think we will be trying Bob Jones next time since our children ages 9 and 13 have had a very hard time retaining much of what they have been taught in math this year
February 4, 2008


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