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Getting The Most From Saxon Math

I’ve been discussing curriculum over the past few weeks, and the conversation has mostly been about Saxon Math.  What I like, and don’t like has stirred some feedback, which I might add has been awesome!  What I want to share with you today has more to do with using Saxon Math in a way that will give you the biggest bang for your buck.  Well, strategies that have helped us, at least.  🙂

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Saxon Math: What I Don’t Like

This is a continuation of the homeschool curriculum series, in which I share with you my experiences with the curriculums we’ve used over the past five years.  My hope is that you will walk away with a better understanding of these curriculums, and further assisting you in your curriculum research.  Today I share with you what I don’t like about Saxon Math.

Should I use Saxon Math? Here's what I don't like about it! - Anchored In His Grace #homeschool

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Saxon Math: Why I Love It!

This is a series discussing our experience with homeschool curriculum from the past five years.  Today we’re discussing Saxon Math, and why I love it.  Check out last week’s post about Classical Conversations.

My experience with Saxon Math, & what I love about it! - Anchored In His Grace #homeschool #curriculum

Although we use Classical Conversations as the spine of our homeschool curriculum, we supplement with Saxon Math as our math curriculum.  There’s actually some debate among homeschooling moms whether or not your child actually needs a math curriculum in the early years, but I feel more confident with a curriculum.

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