Stressing science and social studies connections, Math 3 uses simulations and games to help your students understand and practice new concepts. This course covers skip-counting; identifying ordinal positions; adding and subtracting multi-digit numbers; dividing by single-digit divisors; adding positive and negative numbers; adding and subtracting fractions; plus measurements, mass, function rules, coordinate graphs, angles, and lines of symmetry.
Saxon teaches students using a spiral-format that consistently reviews older concepts, adding more and more information to concepts they’ve previously encountered.
For Math 3, you will need the Home Study Kit as well as the Manipulatives Kit. The Home Study Kit is comprised of the Teacher’s Manual, the Meeting Book, and two Student Workbooks (one for each semester).
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Check out this video from a homeschool mom, as she reviews Saxon Math level 3.
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Nicole the Math Lady (click here) – Meet Nicole, the Math Lady! Nicole’s site is a subscription service that provides math video lessons for each lesson of Saxon Math books, starting with Math 3. Nicole makes math fun and engaging. You can use her video lessons as part of your daily math lessons, or as a supplement when additional explanation is needed.