Homeschooler's, I have a question...

steffpeck

Songster
12 Years
Mar 25, 2007
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Erda, UT
I am not homeschooling my kids, but would like to find a program that I can supplement my daughter with for math. Can you tell me which programs you use? Thanks.
 

Tala

Flock Mistress
10 Years
Apr 14, 2009
6,372
58
251
Benton (Saline County) AR
We used Math-U-See (or however they spelled it, maybe they used the word "you" I can't remember) whenever I was in school. It has videos, building blocks and books.
 

PotterWatch

My Patronus is a Chicken
11 Years
Apr 22, 2008
5,470
36
288
Virginia
Math-u-see is the most common it seems in my homeschool groups. I have right start math, but I don't really use the books, just the tools that came with it.
 

Robin'sBrood

Crowing
12 Years
May 8, 2008
6,654
159
386
North Carolina
I'm using Teaching Textbooks for math with my son and I LOVE IT! Seriously, it is the best homeschooling math program EVER! You can click on the grade level you're interested in (they're coming out with 3rd grade next month, which I'll get for my daughter
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scarter

Songster
11 Years
Aug 22, 2008
342
1
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Roberts, WI
We use Saxon Math. I used to use Math U See and if your kid is in Public school you will not want to use this. It's a great program but they go through addition one year then subtraction one year and so on. One of the complaints about this program has been the testing skills for early elementary. By the time they hit the older ages they are caught up but if you are wanting to supplement you have to decide what exactly what are your goals. Is it for paralleling your school program or is it math fact practice?
 
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