Principles From Patterns - Algebra

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Item #: 010770
ISBN: 9780012066829
Grades: 8-9

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Publisher: Cornerstone Curriculum Project

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My son has done extremely well using Making Math Meaningful. This is the next level.
Pamela G on Jul 2, 2016
My kids find the teaching style of this series fun and easy to understand. They especially like the historical and daily application lessons. Lessons also offer several different assignments geared towards different learning styles so I can skip an assignment that might be frustrating and give them a similar one that suits them better. Although most of the time I mix the different styles up to challenge them.
Victoria H on Oct 22, 2015
My son has done extremely well using Making Math Meaningful. This is the next level.
Pamela G on Jul 2, 2016
Read it would be helpful for students struggling with algebra.
Heidi C on Jan 4, 2016
My kids find the teaching style of this series fun and easy to understand. They especially like the historical and daily application lessons. Lessons also offer several different assignments geared towards different learning styles so I can skip an assignment that might be frustrating and give them a similar one that suits them better. Although most of the time I mix the different styles up to challenge them.
Victoria H on Oct 22, 2015
Read it would be helpful for students struggling with algebra.
Heidi C on Jan 4, 2016
Any opinions on the rigor of this Algebra 1 curriculum in comparison to Saxon or Math-U-See?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have not seen Math-U-See. I found Saxon to be very rigorous years ago, and better suited for someone pretty skilled in math. I used Principles for one son, who did great in it. I ordered for my 13yo, who found it hard to understand. This son had much less math background than the older one. For a child who has a good background in homeschool math, and is more familiar with beginning algebra concepts, Principles From Patterns works well. For a child who may have gaps in education, (mine are adopted) you should be able to explain the steps to help. Principles does take more time to introduce concepts than Saxon, which helps.Saxon is very strong, but it whips through concepts faster, I think. It certainly gives lots of practice in each, as some pages have up to 45 problems. If you use this, you might consider limiting how many problems your child does per day, so he or she doesn't burn out.
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