Teaching Textbooks Math 3 Complete Kit
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An included digital gradebook grades answers as soon as they are entered and calculates percentages for each assignment. The CD-ROMs feature step-by-step audiovisual solutions to every one of the thousands of homework and test problems.
Teaching Textbooks 3 is designed for Grade 3, or advanced Grade 2, children. 118 lessons, 17 quizzes.
This full-year curriculum kit includes:
This Product Contains The Following Items
Vendor: Teaching Textbooks Inc
|Publication Date: 2009|
Series: Teaching Textbooks
Buggy5 Stars Out Of 5Love!January 31, 2015BuggyQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5The day we set up TT 3 our son did 13 lessons in a row!!! He loves it!! Says it's "FUN!" :) I am so relieved to have this curriculum! It helps free up some time for me so I can work with my younger ones and since I'm not strong in Math, I don't have to wonder if "I'm doing it right or doing enough" I can relax a lil' and know he's being taught well;) Thank you TT!
bg5 Stars Out Of 5fantastic math bookOctober 2, 2014bgQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5my daughter loves it getting straight A's...she enjoys doing it on her own my son has used teaching textbooks for 4 yrs so now she will get to use his as she goes.Its her favorite thing to do.
BrendaKSaskatchewan, CanadaAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Very impressedOctober 29, 2013BrendaKSaskatchewan, CanadaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am not good at explaining math so I was thrilled to hear about this product from a friend. We immediately purchased the pack and my daughter began working on it as soon as it arrived. My daughter loves it because it explains the approach to her in a way that she can understand. I love that it walks her through and gives her hints, that she can redo the question if she struggles with it, and that I can track her progress. We are very satisfied!
campsarOrland Park, ILAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5April 3, 2013campsarOrland Park, ILAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Great product! As a homeschool mom of 3, my kids love doing their math now!
ElizabethChico, CaAge: 25-34Gender: female2 Stars Out Of 5Lame-0-rama!September 19, 2012ElizabethChico, CaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2My kids really wanted to try this curriculum because it looked so fun....I liked that it looked easy for me...built in grading & gradebook, SWEET!....unfortunately, I think it's too easy for them....I had my first grader doing math 3...keep in mind she has only had Singapore K math....she got 100% on the first 3 lessons....easy! But my bigger concern is she was learning how to get the right answer but not learning the big picture math concepts we saw with Singapore.....Singapore's though, I'm not going to lie....I found it frustrating because I have 3 grades & one of mine has learning issues, Singapore was super hard for her...but at this point I felt like a bad Mommy to let me kids do TT....I wanted to like it because I thought it would make my life easy....and it would. But we're in California & this is way below the expectations I had for it. I don't want to keep up with public school (and actually my children have only been in private & now home)...but this would have put them at a huge disadvantage to continue until college....not because of state schools, because I don't even care if my children want higher education or not...but because Singapore will create larger capacity in them as thinkers for the rest of their life. I'm putting all 3 TT on ebay & ordering Singapore....Last year I was learning from it & enjoyed it expanding my capacity to think creatively & out of the box. I want kids who think big & out of the box too...that's what this world needs. TT is like the math I learned as a kid that's just to get the right answer, not to learn to think differently. My kids are a little sad...they will miss their burbing & growling buddies, but I just can't have a clear conscience letting them use this out of date method after I've been exposed to Singapore. It's WAY inferior to what we're used to....bye bye to the easy life mama....hello working hard to equip kids for the rest of their lives!
Q: Does this have a spiral approach to learning? We have used Saxon Math in the past which is wonderful for having a spiral approach meaning.....you might cover money in chapter 1. You won't forget the concepts as you'll continue reviewing money in chapter 3, 4, 5, etc. on a lesser basis to keep it fresh in the student's mind...while moving onto other areas such as measurements, fractions, decimals, etc. Looking at the TT table of concepts it doesn't seem to lend itself to a spiral approach, but I can't be sure. Appreciate your input.....
Yes, "Teaching Textbooks" uses the spiraling method .
Q: Teaching Textbooks Math 3 - Does this program read the work to them? Wondering because I am not sure that my son will be able to do it all on his own. My son is doing well in my math but struggling with reading, so I am wondering if he will be doing alot of reading or if this reads along with the teaching on the page. Thanks so much for your help..
Yes, all of the math problems are orally and visually presented in this curriculum.