Saxon Math Book Homework Sheet

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Author: Smith, Johnny one
Title: Short
Publisher: Smity and smatty
Features: Free
Comments:

This is my second year using Saxon Math. This year we are using Saxon 1 with my Kindergartener and my first grader, Saxon 5/4 with my fourth grader, and Saxon 6/5 with my fifth grader.

What I love about doing Saxon with all my kids is that everyone knows exactly what is expected each math lesson. As a teacher, the prep time for me is easy, and with four precious elementary students, I need easy prep for at least a few of my subjects. My fourth and fifth grader have become good at reading the lesson instructions and understanding the new concept being taught. The “practice set” each day deals exclusively with the new material, and if they need help understanding it, they can either go back to the instruction material or come see me. The daily “problem set” incorporates the new material with material they have mastered (or are trying to master) with increasing difficulty each day.

My first grader knows what to do with her math worksheets, and she is learning to read the instructions and follow them closely. My kindergartener, if I can get him to sit still for five minutes, will often just do the fact sheet or one side of the practice sheet. But he was just not created to sit still, so I allow him to do other hands-on activities, like sorting or counting.

Overall, my kids do well with this math program. It isn’t their favorite subject, but I don’t get very many complaints. There is absolutely nothing flashy or glamorous about the Saxon math series, but I believe that it is teaching my kids what they need to know and doing it in a way that is working great for my multi-age classroom.

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