Saxon Math extends from Kindergarten through high school.
Saxon math is available at these different levels:
- 1st Grade
- 2nd Grade
- 3rd Grade
- Algebra 1/2 (Pre-Algebra)
- Algebra 1
- Algebra 2
- Advanced Math (covers trigonometry, logarithms, analytic geometry, and algebric concepts)
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Comment: Saxon 7/6 used in sixth grade.
|Jade Vargas Pulido|| |
Comment: Love Saxons Math! My son who doesn't fair well with Math during his private school days loves it and understands it much better.
Comment: I use Saxon for my children starting in the 8th/9th grade. It is so well written that my high school student is self teaching Algebra II, then we go over his work after he is done. I highly recommend Saxon.
Comment: Love this program. We have been using this for 4 years. I have to admit I almost gave up on it two years ago. I felt one of my kids was just not getting it. However, we stuck with it and now are reaping the rewards. My kids are all doing great! It is so well laid out and covers everything!
Comment: This is our second year with Saxon and I am so glad we made the switch! Last year we used Saxon 3. It was parent-dependent, but such a great incremental program. If your child is struggling with math or may have some learning gaps, this will help. Now we are in 5/4, which is more student-directed. Lessons are spelled out nicely, review is already built in, and lessons challenge but don't overwhelm. Great program!
|Jd Grass|| |
Comment: We have used Saxon math for k-5/4. I really like how it's layed out and easy to understand. I think there hands on approach using there manipulative kit really helps things click.
|Diane Y|| |
Comment: We used the 5/4 and we're not impressed. My children had no troubles in math until we used this. While it is very easy to use, the content seemed disjointed and haphazard. My children dogs not like not knowing what concept would be covered in each lesson.