This text builds on Saxon Math Homeschool 5/4 and uses the incremental method throughout 120 lessons to teach students how to apply mathematical tools and techniques to real-life situations using word problems. The book covers advanced divisibility concepts, multiplication, integers, prime and composite numbers, powers, roots, patterns and sequences, geometry and measurements, ratios, and more.
|Suggested Grade: 5th - 6th|
|Authors: Stephen Hake and John Saxon|
|Copyright: 2005 (3rd edition)|
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Ive Used Saxon for several years. It is very easy to understand at each grade level with very good explanations that read as if someone is telling it to you. Each chapter builds upon previous lessons and incorporates problems from previous chapters. If as student forgets how to do a problem, the chapter is referenced right next to the problem so they can go back and look up the proceedure.