Algebra 1, Grades 9-12 : An Incremental Development by John H. Saxon (1990, Hardcover)
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About this product
- AuthorJohn H. Saxon
- Number Of Pages576 pages
- Publication Date1990-01-01
- PublisherSaxon Publishers, Incorporated
- Edition Number2
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- teiladaySep 25, 2014by
Should be required for grade school students! I use it in my home school
The Saxon series is wonderfully progressive in pace; not too fast or slow, and presented well enough where young minds can grasp the material and gain a foothold by doing every problem in each section, and working step-by-step as they progress through the book. I find the examples and explanations to be better than most. High on content, low on fluff. This should be taught in grade school!
I am a firm believer that it is up to me (not public school) as a parent to require a high level of performance from my children.
I use this book in my home school arsenal to teach my youngest children (in grade school) the most important subject matter in academics- higher math and science! Physics, Chemistry, Engineering principles, coding, etc... My daughter will not wind up "doing hair" at the local mall for a living! Saxon math/science books are one weapon that I use to keep their minds both hungry and taxed.Read full review
- john_m76Aug 11, 2014by
I love Saxon Math and have used multiple grade levels.
I love Saxon Math and have used multiple grade levels. It is a great product for homeschool use or supplementing your child's math curriculum.
- 3kidcropshopAug 09, 2010by
This book is a great for homeschooling families. I love the fact that it covers everything a student needs to learn in Algebra. The teachers book that is sold separately is awesome too. Actually show the teacher how the equation is done, by breaking down the steps. If your a homeschooling parent, you should consider this math book for your children.
- 364800170@delet...Oct 01, 2006by
Saxon Alegra 1
I have used Saxon math from 54 through Algebra 1. I love how Saxon has plenty of equations for the new material as well as the old. The only draw back I've had using Saxon's Algebra 1 is for the student that has difficulty understanding algebra. For that student I found teaching one chapter in two sessions helps, but I have discovered another publisher was better for him.
- thebigbigbirdJun 04, 2007by
my son had his Algebra 1 book on his basement bedroom floor one night the sump pump quit and we had a slight flood damaging his book. since it was an older book and the teachers book & tests were older we needed a maching book. looking on ebay for a replacement book was the awnser I replaced the book at under half the cost of a new book.He was able to finish his school work with his replaced book. I will be looking for more homeschool books on ebay.