Life of Fred Pre-Algebra Set

Life of Fred Pre-Algebra Set


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Grades: 5-9

Even before we had a description of this math program on our website or in our catalog, we had many, many inquiries about it (and a goodly number of sales). Is it the name? Is it the concept of a small, pointy-nosed 5-year old teaching Calculus at Kittens University? Is it the outrageous storyline? Or are people desperate for another approach to math? Although I was the one who reviewed and decided to carry this program, I was initially skeptical about its scope. After all, much of the text was given over to following the Life of Fred, with all the strange humor and unlikely scenarios that go along with it. In fact, that's part of the attraction for a student who really doesn't enjoy math (yes, I have one of those). So, could the course possibly have the content that a more traditional text (like Saxon) has? Moreover, what type of person would actually use this course, as entertaining and whimsical as it is (if you can think whimsy and Calculus in one thought). Well, after using Life of Fred for Beginning Algebra and reading through most of the Fractions book, I think I can answer some of these questions.

First, Fred IS the unlikely mathematician in all of us. Despite his youth and other cards stacked against him (you'll have to read the books to understand this), Fred is amazingly successful as a math professor. Why? It's because he finds math so intriguing, entertaining, and downright USEFUL in everyday life (his life, the Life of Fred). Why, math is everywhere in the world of Fred - and no matter how things are going, he can always see the math in it.

Then, there's the psychology of Fred. You want to help the little guy. I mean, he's smart, but so innocent, kind, helpful, endearing - small, helpless, underweight (why, when he was erroneously inducted into the army, they had to use a little cup instead of a helmet for his uniform!). Clearly the underdog in many situations, Fred has ended up in the hospital in both books I've read - even though one injury was accidental. But I digress. You do get wrapped up in the Life of Fred. And because you're rooting for him and concerned about him, you kind of get taken up in the math that pervades his thoughts. No matter how tough the Life of Fred gets, he always has time to explain the finer points of math to those needy souls around him. Don't get me wrong, Fred has plenty of fun, too. He always makes the best of things and has some great student/friends at Kittens who also seem to need math in their everyday lives...

These are, indeed, the most unconventional full-program math texts I've ever seen. Maybe that's why students who dislike traditional programs are so drawn to LOF. The books just seem more accessible and - well, friendly. Maybe it's just the author's personality or particular gift, but students who are turned off by traditional math seem to find refreshment and even inspiration in LOF. Although you may have read some debate on whether the series is too lightweight for a basal program, my two cents is that it is not. The math is all here - and then some. What is missing is repetition, redundancy, and a multitude of problems to work. These books are like my favorite college math text. When I first saw it, I thought it was too slim for a whole-semester course. Ha! Every word in that book was loaded. The text was so cunningly and concisely written that you actually had to study every word because nothing was repeated. While LOF isn't quite that concise (it does have a complete storyline along with the math), Dr. Schmidt doesn't waste words or your time. Every problem is almost like a brainteaser - just a little out of your reach unless you truly grasp the concepts. It gives you a chance to figure things out for yourself. There's a whole lot of brain-stretching going on. Therefore, gifted math students are also drawn to these courses as they allow them to be challenged. Another good candidate for LOF is the remedial student who has already been through the course using another text. If it just didn't click, I would try this one. Finally, a motivated or independent student would also appreciate using the course. It's purposely addressed to the student and intended to be self-teaching. In fact, the author prefers that students use these with very little help from you so they can learn to study and understand on their own. Even the solutions are addressed to the student. In fact, there's a lot of actual instruction in the solutions, which students should read after trying to solve problems on their own. In short, just about EVERY student could use this program. The only shortfall I have seen in the program is for students who really need a lot of constant repetition and reinforcement. In some sections there are just not enough problems, even using the Home Companion. I had this problem twice in Beginning Algebra as serious as it needs to be. I both made up some of my own problems and supplemented with problems from Saxon Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 (some of the material is actually more advanced than in that series). I have since run across several other supplemental products that I could have used as well.

Life of Fred is a series of 12 courses. Two of these are Fractions and Decimals & Percents. The author recommends waiting to start these until your child is old enough to work on his/her own (about 5th grade). Each of these courses should take less than a quarter of a year to complete. The new LOF Pre-Algebra 1 with Biology is formatted like the previous books, with BRIDGES rather than CITIES. It would fit in a teaching sequence between Fractions and Decimals & Percents and Beginning Algebra. You can get a good idea of what is taught in the course and the proportion of biology to algebra by checking out the table of contents on our website. Literally a "dream come true", Fred is every bit as entertaining while teaching biology as he is when teaching math! While this course will not replace high school biology, it will replace much of the biology instruction in a general science course. Pre-Algebra 2 with Economics completes the pre-algebra instruction, this time delving into topics such as interest rates, competition, opportunity costs, supply and demand. Following the same format as the Fractions, Decimals & Percents and Pre-Algebra 1 and 2, Dr. Schmidt has released Pre-Algebra 0 with Physics (formerly Elementary Physics). This book fits nicely into the Life of Fred sequence between Decimals & Percents and Pre-Algebra 1. Dr. Schmidt feels that too much time is lost before presenting physics in high school and this book is designed as an introduction to fill that gap. Algebra and Advanced Algebra should each take a little more than half a year. While Geometry takes place during one day in the Life of Fred (a Thursday after his sixth birthday), it is definitely a full year course. Trigonometry can be completed in half of a year and Calculus (although covering two full years of calculus) will take one year. According to Mr. Schmidt, after this progression "you will be ready to declare as a math major at a university at the upper division level and take third-year (junior-level) mathematics courses". For even more Life of Fred, there is also a Statistics course which "has much more material than is normally covered in a beginning university statistics course". It's been years since my required course as a business major at a university - I may just take this one myself. Partly to test the author's assertion and partly because life is full of decisions and, as the author says, "Success in life is 90% making the right decisions in the first place" (the other 10% is carrying them out). Also new is Linear Algebra (as serious as it needs to be). Scanning through the book, it looks a lot like an upper-level course called Finite Math that I took in college. It covers: solving systems of equations with one solution (includes Gauss-Jordan elimination, Gaussian elimination), many solutions, and no solution (includes data fitting); matrices; vector spaces; inner product spaces (including Fourier series and Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization process); linear transformations; and systems of equations into the future (including eigenvalues, stochastic matrices, Markov chains, Fibonacci numbers) It is described by Dr. Schmidt as a math course required by most colleges for math majors and should be taught after Calculus As far as progression, Dr. Schmidt has placed it at the very end of his other courses, after Statistics. Like other upper-level courses, this one has "Your Turn to Play" sections separating textual chunks. Each chapter ends with six CITIES. There is a separate answer key for answers not included in the text.

Organization and format of the books is similar; of course, they all have a captivating storyline centering on Fred Gauss, a very young university math professor. The author, Stanley F. Schmidt, Ph.D., is a witty guy, a good storyteller, and he also loves math. Unlike many programs, the text is not written at a 6th grade level. If anything, the text is imbued with a little "extra" knowledge in different areas - especially vocabulary. Dr. Schmidt also appears to be a Christian man. Although his books aren't preachy and in places tend toward gritty realism, you will find a strong plug for goodness here, along with a main character who says his prayers every night. Fractions, Decimals and Percents, and the Pre-Algebra books are structured a little differently than the upper-level books. Chapters in these are short (as are the books), ending with a Your Turn to Play problem set, followed by complete solutions with explanation. Generally, after every five chapters, there's a BRIDGE taking you from the culmination of the preceding chapters to the new material. Actually, there are five BRIDGES - your student has five tries to make it across the BRIDGE. These contain a ten-question review of everything learned to that point. Mr. Schmidt recommends that students get at least nine out of ten right to move on. Answers to these are in the back of the book. The final BRIDGE has 15 questions (20 in Decimals) and, again, five tries to pass. This gives a student ample opportunity to go back, study the material, and try again without feeling like they've failed. It is built-in remediation, rather than just failing and still going on (isn't this also the way we train our children? If they don't get it right, they need to correct and do it again). Starting in Beginning Algebra, chapters are longer. For courses with the Home Companion available (Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry), this book breaks the chapters into bite-sized lessons. Natural breaks occur when the student encounters a Your Turn to Play (series of problems with completely-worked solutions following), but the Companions also provide sets of problems for each lesson in between. There are 108 lessons as laid out in the Fred's Home Companion Beginning Algebra study guide, but many of these are short; most students would combine some of them. By comparison, Saxon has 120 lessons, but this does not include testing whereas LOF's lesson count does. At the end of each chapter there are six CITIES (which all have names so you can assign a student to do Palmetto and Radcliffe for homework). Actually, I'm not sure why they have names - but, as with BRIDGEs, these determine whether to move forward. They have some review material from previous chapters, but are largely chapter recaps. They take roughly 20-30 minutes to complete and, again, give your student a chance to test, review, and test again (or you might work the first two cities together, assign the next two, and use the final two as tests). The first two CITIES have all answers provided; the next two have only odd answers shown; the last two have none. All answers not in the text are in the Home Companion or Answer Key. The back of each upper-level book (except Calculus) has an A.R.T. section (All Reorganized Together) containing definitions, formulae, theorems postulates - all the stuff you'd like summarized in one handy place together for easy reference. The Life of Fred actually begins in the Calculus as serious as it needs to be book (in which Fred is born), the first written (in 2001). Unlike the other volumes, it has all the Your Turn to Play questions and answers in the back and a Further Ado section containing even more rigorous material for you to include at your discretion. Possibly because this volume was originally written for college students, the material is edgier in this first book (Fred's dad drinks, his family is somewhat dysfunctional, and there are other allusions to drugs, alcohol and "hanky panky"). You may wish to skim ahead of your student and "edit" anything unsatisfactory.

So far, I'm giving a thumbs up to this unique (and slightly eccentric) math program. It has made math more palatable (and interesting) for my daughter. It has some unusual and novel approaches to problem solving (like a simple, foolproof method for factoring trinomials where the squared term has a coefficient > 1 instead of the guess and check approach employed in other books). It incorporates critical thinking and a discovery approach to math by its very nature. It integrates the value of learning in other curricular areas. It teaches math in the context of real life - okay, real life uses for math in a kind of surreal life. And, who wouldn't like a math book that begins, "Hi! This is going to be fun," then follows through on that promise? Visit for other Raves from Readers or to find out more about the content of the books - or even to contact the author directly. (You can even read some of Mr. Schmidt's 8:30 prayers). I'm not sure how Dr. Schmidt can include his home phone number on his website and encourage people to email and phone him with questions, but I have read several testimonies to his responsiveness. For a full scope and sequence, visit our website and take a peek at the table of contents for each level.

As a teacher, I have obviously enjoyed this course. But my daughter, Janine, has never had the innate appreciation for math that I do. Let's ask her what she thought (or thinks - we still have 14 lessons to go!). Here are her comments on Life of Fred Beginning Algebra as serious as it needs to be:

"I love Life of Fred because of, well, Fred! But also because this is the most creative math course I've ever seen. When I first looked at the math course, the thing that made me excited (besides the story) was not seeing millions of problems. Just a few, thought-provoking and even funny ones. In the lesson book, you'll only have one small page, then you can be done. The Cities don't even have that many problems. But they are all worth your time and un-repetitive, and most inspire a challenge or are a little puzzle. Mom didn't think it would be a full-fledged math course. But the more we've worked through it, I've seen that it's quite a bit harder and requires more thinking. No wonder it's been put on some "gifted" lists. Moving along... .the writing is HILARIOUS! It's almost like Stanley Schmidt and I have the same sense of humor sometimes. I've read Fractions and most of Begininng Algebra and enjoyed both immensely. It's a ridiculous, bizarre little series, which makes me love it all the more! My brother likes it so much he showed it to his college friends... and of course they all laughed. The characters are amazing, and the illustrations (especially of Fred) are priceless. Stanley even has a little fun subtly (and not so subtly) teasing movies, doctors, math books and a whole myriad of things, and he has never failed at amusing me. Math was my most hated subject. And while I can't say that I had a complete turnaround and wake up every morning saying "YAY! I get to do math today! Wheeeeee!" I can say that Life of Fred has taken all the dullness out, keeps me captivated, and injected a lot of fun. I'd call it an art piece, if a math book can be an art piece. An amazing, amazing series, even more so considering we're talking about a math course."

Well, there you have it - from teacher and student. Who says math can't be entertaining?

Category Description for Life of Fred:

Life of Fred (LOF) is an unconventional series of math texts that seem accessible and friendly, especially for students who dislike traditional programs. According to Dr. Schmidt, the author, this series is designed to teach you the math you need to know without repetition, redundancy, and a multitude of problems to work. LOF follows the storyline of Fred's life while incorporating solid math concepts and skills. Motivated or independent students will appreciate this series, as well as gifted math students who might need a challenge. Written to the student and intended to be self-teaching, the author prefers that students use these with very little help from you, so they can learn to study and understand on their own. Even the solutions (found in the text) are addressed to the student. In fact, there's a lot of actual instruction in the solutions, which students should read after trying to solve problems on their own. Math in a story context can sometimes make more sense to students than stand-alone math concepts - especially if it's an entertaining story! Students do two books per year up through pre-algebra; beginning with algebra, one book per year.


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We love Life of Fred math!
Kinzie B on Jan 25, 2023
Having read part of Apples years ago, our math challenged child asked for this series to supplement what we are already doing in math. If it helps, we'll go for the next level :)
Heather C on Jan 1, 2023
We love Life of Fred math!
Kinzie B on Jan 25, 2023
My oldest child loves Life of Fred. It's transformed her attitude towards math.
Elizabeth C on Jan 6, 2023
Having read part of Apples years ago, our math challenged child asked for this series to supplement what we are already doing in math. If it helps, we'll go for the next level :)
Heather C on Jan 1, 2023
We just purchased the elementary set for the youngest three boys. The girls, aged 14 and 15 were so intrigued they asked if they could have some Life of Fred books. So we are going to give them a try!
Ellen N on Apr 11, 2022
It seemed like a very interesting way to learn math.
vanessa antonette l on Mar 22, 2022
My daughter has done all the elementary and middle school books. When I said something about changing math curriculum, she was astonished that I would consider such a thing. Life of Fred is a non-traditional approach to math. But if my kid likes learning math with Professor Fred, I will continue to use Professor Fred for learning and enjoyment purposes.
Karen S on Jan 13, 2022
My daughter loves these books and actually likes to do math now. :)
Jill A on Dec 15, 2021
Both of my boys willingly, eagerly and independently work on their "Life of Fred" math books. They're aged 10 and 12, and the fact that they enjoy these books the way they do as they learn concepts that mesh so beautifully with our classical curriculum, is exactly what I'd hoped home-schooling would be all about.
Zuleika O on Nov 23, 2021
I like the non-traditional approach to math this course seems to offer. I also think this will focus on math use in real life, not a drill sheet. Finally, my daughter loves a good story and I think learning should be fun, so I am hopeful she will enjoy Life of Fred.
Catherine H on Aug 16, 2021
I have teenage homeschooled kids. We used Life of Fred in elementary school. We loved it and would recommend it to anyone.
Krystal R on Jun 17, 2021
Perfect set for middle schoolers need review on Math. After 1.5 years learning online, there are many holes in knowledge need to be filled in.
Yan X on Apr 29, 2021
My children asked for more from the series.
Meredith D on Mar 6, 2021
looking for an alternative to traditional material which will be more engaging for my partly self-taught student.
Susan W on Feb 7, 2021
My daughter has already used the lower level books in this series and is ready for the pre-algebra set. She and I have found the LIfe of Fred series to be very helpful. It has changed her attitude toward Mathematics.
Julie M on Jan 22, 2021
My daughter finished the elementary series and loved it!
Mamaleh on Dec 22, 2020
Our math curriculum. Our oldest is ready for them. Life of Fred is great.
Caleb V on Oct 26, 2020
We've worked through all the Life of Fred books in the Elementary series. For Middle School, we've started the year off remote and I'm just worried that we are missing out on our normal level of instruction. We loved the elementary books so I hope this will be a fun supplement to what we are learning now. My son loves story books about Math. He started out in Pre-school with You Can Count on Monsters. After that, he always asked me for stories about Math. Fred is the best I've found.
Jennifer M on Oct 21, 2020
My daughter struggles with math and has never relaly graped the concepts or the skills in basic arithmetic. We hope this helps her make sense of it and get her up to speed before doing Algebra.
Paula B on Sep 7, 2020
ecause my children learn math best when they have real-life context. This curriculum appears to offer that context within the curriculum. As a homeschooling parent, I am hoping this curriculum will keep my children excited and loving math at their 1st, 5th and 6th grade levels. They were beginning to lose interest with Math Mammoth only.
Tasha V on Sep 4, 2020
We have used the elementary series and loved it. The story is great and my kids don't feel like they are doing work.
Jessica A on Aug 25, 2020
Ease of use, a complete set
Brianne N on Aug 17, 2020
great reviews
Sandra B on Aug 13, 2020
Co-op Class is using this series
Holly on Aug 10, 2020
My daughter (8th grade), who is an artist and storyteller at heart, struggles with conventional text book style math. When I found this, I asked her to read through it and she giggled and told me she was excited. Not only that, but it is geared for the student to be independent. In our house of five kids, the independent work is more likely to get finished. I expect this will be a win for us in more ways than one.
Shannon C on Aug 8, 2020
Perfect for my upcoming 7th grader. Highly recommended by my neighbor!
J B on Jul 21, 2020
Love Fred
Lynda G on Jul 15, 2020
suggested by friend who kids LOVE
Elizabeth H on Jun 24, 2020
I am a former math teacher and believe that "real life" application of math is very important while developing math skills. I have a rising 6th grader who is a strong math student and voracious reader and I'm excited to use this curriculum with him next school year.
Monica L on Jun 9, 2020
My daughters understand math so much easier with Life of Fred.
Terra C on Apr 15, 2020
This is my son's favorite math curriculum, and I can tell he's actually learning so I'll keep on buying the books for him!
Miranda C on Feb 13, 2020
Continuation of Curriculum
Holly D on Jan 28, 2020
Taking a turn from Math-U-See when we begin Pre-Algebra.
Jodi C on Jan 25, 2020
the next level of the set we already have
Sasha M on Jan 1, 2020
Kids love it! They read for fun!
C A on Aug 7, 2019
We love Fred :)
sherry y on Aug 2, 2019
I have heard a lot about this curriculum and after checking out a couple volumes from the library, I decided to purchase.
Jessica B on Jul 18, 2019
We love LoF books!
Marion G on Jun 23, 2019
My kids enjoy math with Life of Fred.
Megan V on Apr 5, 2019
my kid love life of fred elementary set. he can't wait to read more
jingrong l on Apr 1, 2019
We love Life of Fred, and these books are the next step as we steam toward Jr. High!
Karissa R on Feb 24, 2019
Just finished the Intermediate set and ready to move on to the middle school set. Very satisfied with Life of Fred from kindergarten into 6th grade at this point.
Anne L on Dec 19, 2018
I would like to have a fun read about algebra to give my students are a break of worksheets once in a while.
User on Dec 12, 2018
Fun way to learn math and see how math is applicable in every day life.
Michelle C on Oct 22, 2018
We have struggled to find an algebra program that my two oldest students could teach themselves without me having to learn each lesson myself in order to help them get through it. Finally, Life of Fred is the answer. It makes learning the concepts more like reading a fun story than trudging through an endless set of assignment problems.So I am actually looking forward to having a student in algebra!
Scott U on Sep 1, 2018
We have homeschooled for nine years and this is still my favorite math curriculum. Really helps the kids think outside the boring math box.
Jessica J on Aug 4, 2018
My son has been reading LOF maths elementary and intermediate level books since he was 5. These books are fun to read and re-read. He is 8 now and ask for more, we are ready to get Pre-Algebra set, based on the past reviews, hopefully it would be a good buy too!
Wee Ding N on Jun 21, 2018
My daughter is ready for the next set of books.
Yoanna T on Jun 16, 2018
Using Life of Fred elementary then intermediate...Love it!
Jeff B on Jun 11, 2018
My son dislikes traditional math. Since he is a very creative person, I decided to give this curriculum a try after researching it. The price was right at Rainbow Resource.
Danielle B on May 20, 2018
My child requested it
Mary J on Apr 24, 2018
My oldest child loves Life of Fred. It's transformed her attitude towards math.
Elizabeth C on Jan 6, 2023
We just purchased the elementary set for the youngest three boys. The girls, aged 14 and 15 were so intrigued they asked if they could have some Life of Fred books. So we are going to give them a try!
Ellen N on Apr 11, 2022
Are there any success stories of people who used this series through high school and transitioned to traditional math courses in college?
A shopper on Jul 10, 2020
Life of Fred Pre-Algebra Set
Life of Fred Pre-Algebra Set
Life of Fred: Fractions
Life of Fred: Fractions
BEST ANSWER: My kids have used this series a bit. I wouldn’t recommend it for college prep. Maybe more for fleshing out their ‘core’ math books. If college is your goal and high test scores, I would recommend Saxon. One of my kids was a National Merit Scholar Finalist - 4 full years of college tuition and boarding paid - and only used Saxon math. She was more than prepared and practically aced the SAT. Another one of my kids isn’t so ‘scholarly’ and 4 years of college just isn’t their goal, so I have used Life of Fred more with him.
im looking for a math curriculum for my 8th grader. would this be appropiate? could this be completed in a year?
A shopper on Aug 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this is appropriate for 8th grade. However, we are completing the five books over two years (7th and 8th grade). It is possible for a student that is diligent at math to complete in a year, but we have found doing 2 1/2 books each year to work well for us. Our student did Singapore Math 1-6. It has been a great to begin this series in junior high.
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Life of Fred (Fractions / Division and Pre-Algebra with Physics).
In perusing the table of contents of “Life of Fred Pre-Algebra 0” I happened to glance at a subheading which said that the REASON WHY the division of fractions necessitates multiplying by the reciprocal would be explained - who else could explain this but “Fred”?!?! I know I’ve been struggling to do so myself since my 12 year old effortlessly remembers math concepts, but only when he understands all the “why’s” and “wherefore’s”. Anyone who thinks outside the box or who is creative and feels that math is dry should try this working through this series - I dare you not to fall in love with math!!
December 26, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Life of Fred
Love this curriculium!!! Shipped super fast, packed great. Couldn’t have been a better experience!!
August 18, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Best Math Ever!
My 11 yo has been working her way through since school let out. It is a favorite part of her day. She loves the stories and said she now finally understands many concepts that had eluded her in school.
May 7, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
This curriculum has been such a blessing for my daughter & me. She was struggling with math; nothing we did seemed to help. She is now excelling in math & even enjoys it!
April 29, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Life of Fred Pre-Algebra Set
We love this math series! My right-brain dominant, math despiser daughter loves the books, understands math for the first time, and willingly works on math. I love it for all the previous reasons, plus it really teaches math!!
January 23, 2020
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Love life of fred
Life of fred math books have been the greatest thing ever for my kids who have always struggled with math!!
March 1, 2018
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
great and engaging
Engaging and complete. My children sat and read through them all. Now we have to go back through them and memorize some math, ha ha ha.
April 24, 2017
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Life of Fred is worth it!
My daughter struggles with math. Not her strong suit. She began Algebra 1 with a curriculum that she thoroughly enjoyed, but after Christmas break, she came to me crying and saying that she felt she needed to start all over again because nothing was making sense. I investigated Life of Fred and liked the Charlotte Mason gentle approach. I ordered the Pre-Algebra set to give her a running start and she came to me half way through the first book and said "Where has Life of Fred been all my life?" She now is understanding even better what the other curriculum didn't teach.
March 8, 2017
over 6 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Finally can continue
Our grandson loves the math lessons in Life of Fred and was waiting for his new books instead of trying another another book. He is excelling in math using this series.
March 13, 2016
over 6 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Pre-Algebra set
My son is only 12 chapters into the first book Fractions. He says it's fine. We have been enjoying Life of Fred since last spring.
November 19, 2015
over 7 years ago

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