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This set is designed to be used during the second half of the year. The teacher's guide features objectives, materials needed, and a list of page numbers; teaching instructions are provided in a step-by-step, listed format that's incredibly easy to see and read. Reduced student pages are given with the correct answers overlaid.
The textbook is designed for the 2nd half of fourth grade, and covers adding & subtracting decimals; angles; line segments; squares & rectangles; area & perimeter; symmetry; and tessellations. Real-life problems are included throughout all chapters. Examples are provided alongside helpful representations and explanatory text; fun games, hands-on activities, math journal, "put on your thinking cap", chapter wrap-up, and review/ test exercises are also included.
The consumable student workbook provides practice, assessment, and skill-development exercises. Cheery illustrations and easy-to-understand text give kids a fun atmosphere to work in. Each chapter includes "Put on Your Thinking Cap" exercises and often a math journal exercise. 2-chapter cumulative reviews and an end-of-year review test are also included.
This Math in Focus 4B kit includes:
Please Note: This product is only available for purchase by homeschools, consumers, and public institutions.
Vendor: Saxon Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Math in Focus
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Laurie5 Stars Out Of 5depthNovember 15, 2013LaurieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I just received the 4th grade homeschool set, and started today working with my daughter. I absolutely love the way they cover multiplication and long division! I had seen this approach in Ray's Mathematics, and was already trying to use the Ray's approach before receiving the books, feeling a little unsure of myself. Now, I find the same methods in Math in Focus 4th grade! This is encouraging; however, I wish I had bought the Teacher's editions, because I'm struggling to find the words to explain this to my daughter. And it looks like I can't go back and purchase the teacher's edition separately. So, I'll keep experimenting with explanations until it clicks. I am so glad they are restoring understanding to memorized procedures. I'm pleased!
vanmailAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5using Math In FocusMay 26, 2012vanmailAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I will start by saying that I am a new homeschool mom. I used this program this year (actually 3A, 3B, 4A and this 4B) on my 5th grader. I wanted to use the singapore method for math, but after looking at those books I realized it may have been too late to "start" plain singapore with him. I then found Saxon Singapore Math in Focus and have been very pleased with it. We chose to fly through those mentioned above as he was very familiar with the basic facts from public school. So we just had to go over the "different way to look at the problems" which is what makes the singapore method desirable for me. I have seen other reviews that spoke of how the word problems were difficult and unanswerable. I would question if these moms were also (as I was) new to the method. I see the biggest differences when helping my son solve the word problems. This method is a very clear way of solving word problems, which are often what main-stream students find the most challenging anyway. In short, I am very happy with this program and plan on using it this fall as well.