Continue in Horizons with Pre-Algebra
While we love Math-U-See for pre-algebra, we understand it may not be the right choice for every student. Horizons Math Pre-Algebra will be a blessing for families whose children have gone all the way through the sixth grade in Horizons Math and don't want to switch to a different program, or a great alternative for the student who is looking for a text and workbook rather than computer-based instruction.
Complete Set Includes All You Need
Horizons Pre-Algebra builds on basic math operations with hands-on lessons in basic algebra, trigonometry, geometry, and real-life applications. The complete set includes a full-color student workbook with 160 engaging lessons, a user-friendly teacher's guide, and a separate tests and resources book for evaluating student progress.
Student Book with 160 Colorful Lessons
Containing 160 colorful lessons with perforated pages for easy removal, the Pre-Algebra Student Book teaches your child volume and surface area of solids, four operations with monomials and polynomials, representations of data, trigonometric ratios, and more.
Time-saving Teacher's Guide
The step-by-step Horizons Pre-Algebra Teacher's Guide includes daily lesson plans, helpful teaching resources, material lists, exciting hands-on learning activities, and answer keys for all 160 lessons in the Horizons Pre-Algebra Student Book. The guide also includes solutions keys for worksheets, tests, and exams in the Tests & Resources Book.
Solidify Skills with the Tests & Resources Book
Solidify your child's pre-algebra skills with the Horizons Pre-Algebra Tests and Resources Book. This handy resource improves concept comprehension of lessons with easy-to-use, tear-out materials that include hands-on activities, 80 review worksheets, 16 tests, and four exams.
This solid math course includes:
These materials may also be purchased individually.
Publisher: Alpha Omega Publications
Made In: USA
My child covered more in this book than other programs available. This program moves quickly and reaches into algebra 1. My struggling learner was overwhelmed and we had to modify it for her. My quick learner was able to hang on and be challenged.
My two girls do not enjoy math in a textbook type format. My son did fine with Saxon Math, but my girls really do much better with the workbook format of having concepts presented and then working problems in the same book. They can easily refer to the sample problems as they work on the student problems. Thank-you Timberdoodle for providing so many options for our different styled learners!