Saxon Curriculum

Saxon Publishers have consistently been one of homeschoolers' top choices when it comes to math curriculum. Their incremental approach to education has been proven to be one of the most effective teaching methods; learning pieces of information in small amounts, and then continually repeating concepts keeps information fresh and active in one's mind, preventing once-learned information from slipping away. Applauded by public, private, and home schools, and by experts and scholars alike, Saxon has proven itself committed to continued educational success.

Below are some examples:

Saxon's kindergarten math kit contains all the information you will need to teach kindergarten math concepts to a child. The scripted lessons provide language and techniques that have proven effective for teachers in a variety of settings. Concepts and skills covered include skip counting, acting out problems and more.

Saxon's Math 2 kit continues teaching young minds in an incremental manner, slowly building upon previously learned concepts and increasing retention. Math 2 covers working with larger numbers, geometric shapes, Venn diagrams, graphs, basic calculations, simple fractions and multi-step problems.

Saxon's Math Intermediate 3 is a perfect transition into Saxon Math 5/4! Incremental lessons provide daily practice and assessment; mathematical concepts are taught through informative lessons, diagrams, interactive activities, and investigations that build critical thinking as well as real-world problem solving skills.

Algebra 1/2 provides a full pre-algebra course and an introduction to geometry and discrete mathematics. Topics covered include Prime and Composite numbers; fractions & decimals; order of operations, coordinates, exponents, square roots, ratios, algebraic phrases, probability, the Pythagorean Theorem and more.

View Saxon's Math curriculum here.

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