Math 1 Review Worktext 3rd Edition

Math 1 Review Worktext 3rd Edition

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Item #: 216200
ISBN: 9781591663225
Grades: 1

Category Description for BJU Press Math Grade 1 (3rd Ed.):

Digit the Clown and Cecilia the Seal are your child's hosts in this 3rd edition. Changes in this edition are an earlier introduction of number concepts to 20, place value up to 3 digit numbers, addition up to 3 digit numbers, learning facts through strategies, Venn diagrams, elapsed time, more concepts with solid figures, and hands-on activities with thermometer manipulatives. Chapters include chapter and cumulative reviews. Manipulatives are used. Unifix cubes are also recommended for this program, but any counters will work. The Reviews workbook has two pages per lesson. The first page includes the lesson concepts and the second page is reviews previous concepts. The Chapter Review pages correspond with the worktext chapter review Mathematics pages. The teacher edition includes a Toolkit CD-ROM, containing reproducible enrichment pages (replacing some of the older components), and the Teachers Visual Packet. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to access this program. ~ Donna

Category Description for BJU Press Math - Elementary:

Teaching Charts contain visuals and charts important to the presentation of math concepts. Student Materials Packets contain inexpensive manipulatives to be used in the lessons. Optional activity books at some levels provide extra practice and review. The "Spread Your Wings" books are for reteaching and extra practice needed on concepts taught in the course. Useful if your student "just doesn't get it" and needs a little more exposure. "Spring Into Action" activity books provide additional practice or review beyond the problems presented in the text. "Stretch Your Mind" books require going a little beyond the textual presentation, helping students to become resourceful and explore alternate strategies to solving problems. Cumulative review pages review skills from previous lessons. Concept Review pages cover a specific concept from an earlier chapter. Fact review pages provide drill practice.

Required materials are listed first at each grade level. Optional support materials are identified with an asterisk (*) preceding the

Category Description for BJU Press Math:

A solid thorough curriculum at all levels. Concepts are taught at the concrete level, with heavy use of manipulatives in the early grades. Elementary program texts are particularly well done - colorful, good variety of skills, and on-grade-level. For those that want to use a more traditional, yet appealing, worktext series at the elementary level, this is perhaps the best.

Teacher editions have complete lesson plans and answers to text problems. If you are using Bob Jones as your basal math program, you will want to invest in them, as they provide the one-on-one instruction, manipulative instruction, and offer many suggestions for presenting and enriching the concepts covered in each lesson. If you are not using Bob Jones as the core of your math program, consider using the student workbooks as such. We have long used the Miquon Math series and find it very effective to use the Bob Jones workbooks alongside (plus some drill products for mastery of basic math facts). If you are planning to use a different program at upper levels, we have found the transition seamless. Bob Jones supplies student worktexts though the 4th grade. This is particularly welcome for those of us with students who are not ready for a hardbound, copy-and-work system this early. Starting in grade 5, texts are hardbound.

Many homeschoolers have opted to use Saxon Math at the upper levels, but, like any program, it doesn't satisfy everyone. If you are looking for an alternative, I suggest the Bob Jones texts. One of the strengths of the Bob Jones program is the teaching of concepts, rather than the rote how-to-solve-it approach. Also, Christian principles and character traits are assumed and integrated throughout the program. Each level is themed, providing a motivation learning context. Lessons are "spiraled", meaning topics are reviewed throughout each level, delving a little deeper each time. This is not the same as the "incremental" approach used by Saxon Math (see description). Lesson exercises consist mainly of practice for that lesson, not a review of previous lessons or chapters. However, topics are not covered, then left forever; they reappear in more complexity throughout the course, allowing the student continuing practice. The approach you prefer depends on your child. Some children may need more concentration on the topic at hand, and Bob Jones Math will appeal to this group. Like Saxon, the people at Bob Jones are ever-ready to assist you with any difficulties you may have, including access to textbook authors.

Relatively new is the revised Geometry book for grade 10. For those desiring to approach geometry as a separate course, this revised text will supply a solid option to the Jacobs text. For those students who are not interested in pursuing math beyond algebra or geometry, Bob Jones supplies a Consumer Math course that presents math required for practical living. While there is no separate calculus course, the Advanced Math text does introduce the college-bound student to calculus.


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BJU Math has been a good fit for our family. All four children are currently using it and love it: Math 5, 3, 1, and K5. We've tried a popular computer curriculum, but my oldest begged to come back to BJU. Ordering Math 1 bargain book for use next year with the youngest.
Lari M on Oct 24, 2016
BJU Math has been a good fit for our family. All four children are currently using it and love it: Math 5, 3, 1, and K5. We've tried a popular computer curriculum, but my oldest begged to come back to BJU. Ordering Math 1 bargain book for use next year with the youngest.
Lari M on Oct 24, 2016
Used this with my first two kiddos and had excellent results so I plan to use it again with my younger two.
Michael W H on Nov 6, 2015
Used this with my first two kiddos and had excellent results so I plan to use it again with my younger two.
Michael W H on Nov 6, 2015
Does the math 1 review worktext have any colored pages? Or is it all black and white?
A shopper on Mar 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Only black and white. The logic behind the order of material isn't easily apparent. If student struggles with material in Ch. 3, the reviews in Ch. 3 section won't offer extra practice for the material presented.
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Rated 3 out of 5
Bought this to use with my BJU student text and teacher manual. I have mixed feelings. It is good review but seems overkill if you follow the lesson and complete the student work pg. The front side covers the exact same thing as the student text wksht and the back is a repeat of the review in the teacher guide for each lesson. We have been using the back side and skipping the review in guide. This is a good math program, however, it is much more suited for classrooms than homeschool, which makes it a little annoying to use.
January 30, 2019
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
My daughter loves this math She will sit and do page after page without stopping She has been learning so much - how to tell time addition subtraction greater than less than counting by 5s and 10s counting to 100 word problems coin values and counting coins We are about 1/3 of the way through the book so far I didn't buy the Teacher's Guide and though we have been ok without it I think it would be better if we had it If I continue with BJU for math I will definitely buy the Teacher's Guide as it will probably be more necessary as the grade level gets higher Overall very pleased
April 15, 2008

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