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SAXON Math Home Study Kit - Grade 3

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Home study kits for grades 1 to 3 include

A spiralbound Teacher's Manual that features scripted lessons, step-by-step directions, and answer keys

A Meeting Book that uses calendars to keep track of your child's progress and is used for the daily opening exercise where your student practices skills ranging from time and temperature to counting money and problem solving.

A Student Work Kit

and color-coded Fact Cards that give your child plenty of practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Saxon math curriculum starts your children with a foundation to ensure success for a lifetime.

This series is a hands-on, success-oriented series that emphasizes Manipulatives and mental mathematics.

It guides your child in a multi-sensory approach, building confidence and developing a solid foundation in the language and basic concepts of mathematics.

The Saxon Math 3 Home Study Kit includes the Teacher's Manual, two Student Workbooks with Fact Cards, and the Meeting Book, but does not include the Manipulatives set.

Saxon Math 3 focuses on the use of mathematics in real-life situations. Children use simulations and games to learn and practice new concepts.
Social studies and science connections are stressed.
Children will skip count by whole numbers;
compare and order numbers;
identify place value;
identify ordinal position to twentieth;
identify and complete patterns;
solve routine and non-routine problems;
master all basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts;
add and subtract multi-digit numbers;
multiply a multi-digit number by a single-digit number;
divide by single-digit divisors;
add positive and negative numbers;
picture, name, and order fractions;
add and subtract fractions with common denominators;
measure to the nearest quarter inch, millimeter, foot, and yard;
identify the volume of standard containers;
compare and measure mass;
measure perimeter and area;
tell time to the minute;
determine elapsed time;
count money;
make change for a dollar;
identify angles;
identify lines of symmetry;
identify function rules;
graph ordered pairs on a coordinate graph;
and create, read, and write observations from real graphs, pictographs, bar graphs, Venn diagrams, and line graphs. 140 Lessons.

For Saxon Manipulatives Click Here!