17 December 2010

Working through high school math


One of the most asked questions concerning our homeschooling is, "How do you get your kids through high school math?" Simple question, simple answer. I use Saxon Dive cd roms. My children use Rays and some Singapore math until they are ready for Saxon 54. From there they stay using Saxon all the way through. But those upper math books can be a challenge to a mathematically challenged mom like me! These cd's are a lifesaver for me. They are thorough, to the point, and extremely easy to use. Or, you could always get your big sister to talk you through it. That works well too!

5 comments:

The Valentine's said...

Good to hear! My oldest is switching to Saxon next year, hoping to use it through High School.
Ali

Kim said...

The very thought of high school intimidates me! I'm sure you do a great job!

A Homemaker's Heart said...

It is a challenge! I'm hoping for Big sisters to help littles in the future :)

dggp said...

I need that big sister to come to my house!

busymomof10 said...

Do you have any posts in your archives that sort of go through a "typical day" at your house? I love to read about other families average homeschooling day! like what time you start? what you do together and what you all do independently, etc>?

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