Saxon Math Homeschool 7/6 teaches math with a spiral approach, which emphasizes incremental development of new material and continuous review of previously taught concepts.
Math 7/6 is considered a math program for a typical sixth grade student, or a seventh grade student who is struggling with certain math concepts.
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Check out this video from Rainbow Resource, which reviews Saxon Math 7/6, as well as a few of the other Saxon Math grade levels.
Looking for more help to teach Saxon Math? Check out these options:
Dive CD/Roms for Math 7/6 (click here) – Boost your students understanding of Saxon Math with DIVE’s easy-to-understand lectures! Lessons are about 10-15 minutes in length and are taught from a Christian worldview. A weekly syllabus is provided to help students stay on track with the lessons.
Saxon Teacher for Math 7/6 (click here) – Comprehensive lesson instructions feature complete solutions to every practice problem, problem set, and test problem with step-by-step explanations and helpful hints.
Teaching Tape for Math 7/6 (click here) – Designed to meet the needs of homeschoolers, Teaching Tapes features instruction by a state-certified teacher who explains and demonstrates each concept, example, and practice problem. Perfect for students working at their own pace, Teaching Tape DVDs will help students gain a solid understanding of the material they’re working on. Each DVD is approximately 2 hours long.
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.
My Math Assistant (click here) – Consider an online subscription to My Math Assistant. A Saxon Math grading service designed to give the student the power to grade their own lessons and tests — without handing them the answer book.