Do you have students who have never mastered fraction concepts--or need a good review?
Key to Fractions covers all topics from basic concepts to mixed numbers and is written with secondary students in mind. Minimal reading is required, so students can easily work independently or in small groups. This Answers and Notes book contains teachers' notes for each of the books plus answers for all problems. Student pages are reduced and overlaid with the correct answers.
Key to Fractions Answers and Notes for Books 1-4
Always purchase the answer key.
I suggest purchasing the answer key even though you could work the problems yourself. It is so much faster and easier and worth the price.
December 8, 2013
I love that this tells you how to work through the problems without too many wordy directions that really just end up confusing you more. It is to the point and makes it simple. My child struggles with math, but seems to be picking up on this quickly. I wish the company would consider making some workbooks for multiplication and division as well. I do plan on buying the others that are avilable. I've only purchased the one about fractions so far. Love it. I also so loved the price of the product. Thanks
February 18, 2013
I use all the "key to" books for Math from grade six thru high school. They are the absolute best for kids who are like to go at their own pace. My daughter is an Algebra ace thanks to these books. Not only that, but she loves Math and has learned to challenge herself to do more and do better. My autistic son is very comfortable with these books as he can do them without a lot of interaction. He is on fractions 3 and doing great as well. If you haven't tried these buy one and try it. They are inexpensive and I predict you'll never go back to a standard Math progam. They start out very easy and progress rapidly so if one seems too easy, it is building a great foundation for the tougher stuff later.
April 9, 2012
You need this. Don't pass it up. I bought the entire set of books with the key and am not disappointed!
December 3, 2011