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Math in Focus: The Singapore Approach Grade 5 Student Workbook A
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This student workbook accompanies Math in Focus's Student Text 5A. Complementing the student text, this workbook features word problems, riddles, challenging practice questions, and plenty of practice exercises to help students really understand what they're learning. 264 non-reproducible, perforated pages, softcover. This Workbook is for Text 5A.
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Vendor: Saxon Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
Series: Math in Focus
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Angela5 Stars Out Of 5Math in FocusMarch 24, 2015AngelaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We have been using Math in Focus for 4 years with both of our 2 homeschooled daughters. We had both daughters extensively tested by outside agency in January & both scored above 90% percentile in Math. One of our daughters had LD in Math & was 2 grade levels behind when first started, but using Math in Focus has helped. I have been very happy to see both my daughters understand Math.
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