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This student workbook and fact card set includes everything your student needs to get the consistent practice needed for understanding math using the Saxon Math 3 program. The two flip-top style workbooks include over 130 worksheets as well as assessment forms. Drill sheets are single-sided, but worksheets are double-sided and labeled Side A/Side B; Side A is completed with assistance during the lesson, and Side B is completed later in the day in an effort to improve retention. 1-2 fact sheets are completed daily. Twenty-six pages of color-coded "fact cards" provide plenty of addition, subtraction multiplication, and division review, and provide an opportunity for students to use fact strategies from the lesson to solve problems.
This kit includes: 2 student workbooks and 1 fact card set. Grade 3. Consumable, non-reproducible workbooks. Classroom recording forms are also included, along with oral assessment forms.
Vendor: Saxon Publishing
Publication Date: 1997
Dimensions: 8 1/2 X 11 (inches)
Series: Saxon Math
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manders5 Stars Out Of 5workbooksSeptember 3, 2016mandersQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I'm not all about workbooks, but these supplement the lessons so nicely, and can be used at my discretion. I enjoy them. The lessons seemed too repetitious at first, but I am seeing my student needs the constant review.
farmgirl5 Stars Out Of 5Great Math ProgramJanuary 21, 2015farmgirlQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Really one of the best math programs out there. Not overwhelming, easy to follow.
Kalin5 Stars Out Of 5Saxon MathDecember 17, 2014KalinQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Great curriculum!
Momx25 Stars Out Of 5Saxon math 3 Student workbook set with fact cardsOctober 26, 2014Momx2Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is my first time using this curriculum and I love it. Its easy to use. My son loves it.
SChomeschoolingmom5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent resource packetSeptember 4, 2014SChomeschoolingmomQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love this curriculum. It is easy to use and implement. Everything is in order and is easily torn out and added to my daughters portfolio. My only suggestion would be to make it into one big workbook (for convenience only). I am a first time homeschooling parent and this curriculum is very easy to follow. It teaches your child the method to the madness of math that sometimes we as adults we forget. For example, today my daughter was learning about adding nine to a number (9 + 1 = 10). For some people, it is easy to just add the two numbers but this curriculum provided a lesson on other ways to come up with your answer. Add 10 and then subtract 1 from your new answer. This may seem like this is the hard way but when the student gets to 4th grade and they have to add 35 + 39 using mental math, the student will be able to just round 39 to 40 and then take 1 off of their answer. I have a daughter doing this lesson in 4th grade right now and she is amazed at how fast she can add two digit numbers together without having to rack her brain over it...Thanks Saxon for making this homeschooling mom's life that much easier.
Q: About how long does one daily lesson take to teach?
Each daily lesson takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes.