Item description for Saxon Math 3: An Incremental Development, Home Study Meeting Book by Larson, 0242 & Saxon Publishers...
Overview Saxon's Meeting Book is a blank calendar designed to keep track of your student's progress in Saxon Math 3. Check off when the daily exercise-whether telling time or problem solving-is practiced. The calendar follows a school year, beginning in August and ending in July. The back also contains tips for learning the months of the year, a place for birthdays, measurement, number words, counting strips and zigzag number line. 24 pages, softcover.
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Studio: Steck-Vaughn Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.98" Width: 8.48" Height: 0.08" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2000
Publisher Saxon Publishers
Grade Level Grade 3
ISBN 1565770242 ISBN13 9781565770249
Availability 0 units.
More About Larson, 0242 & Saxon Publishers
JEFFRY H. LARSON, is professor and director of the marriage and family therapy graduate programs at Brigham Young University. For two years, he was chair of the Marriage Preparation Focus Group, National Council on Family Relations, and he has been an active marriage and family therapist for more than twenty years.
Reviews - What do customers think about Saxon Math 3: An Incremental Development, Home Study Meeting Book?
Great Work Book Nov 1, 2009
This workbook has been a great resource to not only re-reinforce math concepts but to help me find out my daughter's specific weak areas that need to be explained in more detail.
Prior to using this work book my daughter truly hated using her school workbook. Now we use both and it isn't a struggle for her. Her work gets done and she experiences more success than frustration. This is a "Great Workbook" that has changed our homework and learning time to together from frustration to more success. This workbook primes my daughter for her school workbook. My daughter's math grades prove it too.
To be honest, this workbook has also helped me understand so much more about Third Grade Math--I have been out of school longer than I care to share; this workbook has sharpen my math too.
Saxon Math 3 Workbook Sep 12, 2009
The Saxon Math program has been one of the best investments of our home school. The concepts and methods - thought by some as "old school" - are timeless. My children have greatly benefitted from the incremental approach and continual review of concepts. Math lessons are easy to understand, even for this Mom for whom Math was always a struggle throughout school. The early K-3 program well prepared my children to be partially independent by Math 54, and almost completely independent by high school. My only complaint regarding the Math 3 workbook is that the page quality is noticeably poor. I began noticing a change in paper quality last year with the workbooks for Math 2. Pages tore easily when removed from the workbook. However I am afraid that these new environmentally friendly worksheets not only tear easily, but also do not hold up to an eight year old's frequent erasures. Despite this, I still believe Saxon is an excellent investment.
Great Math System Sep 15, 2008
Saxon has a great way for kids to learn and practice math. They review, and include all areas for daily practice instead of just a single subject per page(such as addition). This allows the child to keep each process in mind until it is learned and then becomes a review.
great Sep 14, 2008
I think this manual is great for parents that homeschool. because it is totally scripted it takes all the guess work out of teaching your child.
Saxon Math 3 Feb 24, 2008
Excellent gradients for students with lots of practice and drilling. Easy to teach without having to step out of this curriculum to help the students understand.