SOS Consumer Math
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Teach your child how to manage personal finances with Switched-On Schoolhouse Consumer Math for grades 9-12! This fun-filled, practical one-year course covers daily math applications like family finances, taxes and insurance, investments, travel, and a basic math review. Easy-to-follow topics include step-by-step instructions and clear explanations to help build your student's understanding. And SOS has interactive, exciting learning tools to engage your child in learning! Your child will study multimedia-enriched lessons which include video clips, learning games, and animation. No typical, boring, textbook lessons here. Your student will actually be excited to learn math and finance with this colorful, motivating computer-based course!
Easy to Use!
And that's not all. Switched-On Schoolhouse's innovative format gives parents the time-saving features they've always wanted, including automatic grading, lesson planning, and integrated solutions keys available from the SOS Teacher application. Now, that's sure to make your homeschooling easier! Join the thousands of families who are already experiencing the amazing benefits of SOS - like a built-in calendar, a message center, and personalized curriculum. And you can be assured your student will cover quality, Bible-based academics taught in a fun, inviting learning environment. Course is appropriate for students who have completed Algebra I and Geometry.
Scope and Sequence
Publisher: Alpha Omega Publications
Made In: USA
Faith Based: Yes
This product is Windows Only
(Not compatible with Mac)
Windows 7, 8, & 8.1 Minimum Requirements
Note: Windows RT, XP, and Vista are not supported.
Is this Faith Based?
Yes! While you will find far fewer biblical references in the Consumer Math than you will of course in a Bible course it is still a bible-based course and there will be some bible/Christian references. For example, it references Matthew 22:21 in regards to taxes, it references the parable told by Jesus of hiring different workers at different times of the day and paying them all the same daily wage, it talks about seeking God’s will in financial decisions, it references Noah’s ark, etcetera.
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