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Math 1 Student Worktext (4th ed.)

Math 1 Student Worktext (4th ed.)
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Engage your students in the learning process by providing learning opportunities for both guided and independent practice with Math 1 Worktext, 4th ed. Skills for writing equations, reading graphs, and problem solving are introduced using theme characters Digit the Clown and Cecilia, his pet seal, to help young students foster a love for math. Two new chapters have been added to the worktext—a chapter on plane figures and one on charts and graphs. Within the worktext, students are provided with ample opportunities to practice new concepts as well as space to show their solutions by drawing pictures or using the pictures that have been provided. The worktext includes colorful theme counters, puppets, a Digit clock, and work mats.

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  • ISBN - 978-1-60682-566-2
  • Copyright Year - 2014
  • Format - softbound
  • Length - 428 pp.
  • Grade Level - 1
  • Publisher - BJU Press

Math 1 Student Worktext (4th ed.)

Math 1 Student Worktext (4th ed.) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love Math 1 from BJU! I enjoy using the Math 1 Student Worktext. The pages are colorful and interesting to my students. I do feel that the curriculum moves at a fast pace. I find that I often need extra days to review particular concepts and the curriculum easily allows for this. My students seem to understand the concepts as they are presented. The Math Reviews is a great addition for homework options!
Date published: 2017-10-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from well written Thank you so much for making this product available. The creativity and thinking style of the problems work so well for my son. Instead of just repeating more of the same thing on every page, application and thinking problems are introduced in a way that it can be easily understood and enjoyed by the child. I keep and hole puncher and notebook with the math book, so my son can easily rip out his page and put it on a clip board to do it then whole punch it and place it in a note book when he is done.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We are so pleased with your Math curriculum When I started my kindergartener with your Math program, I was really unsure if he was ready to understand the concepts in the level that you present them. I was confused if I should get something a little more traditional or if I give it a try and let him be challenged by your critical thinking method. Since my older boys are already excelling in your program in upper school grades, I decided to give it a try and I am so excited to see how much my little one has learned through your kindergarten and first grade Math. He is doing fantastic! I enjoyed seeing the progression into what is being taught to him and how it all makes sense and now, my son can figure things out on his own, which is a great base of Math understanding. I am very pleased! He is way ahead peers at his age. I am so glad I picked your curriculum. It hasn't been hard at all for him to understand and learn Math concepts the way you present them at this level. I have to say, I love your books, they are very colorful, with the right spacing in between exercises and the right amount of pictures per page, so it is very easy to work on them without confusion. My son had trouble with other company's books during preschool because they jammed the pages with pictures and activities and it was hard for him to follow. I highly recommend your products.
Date published: 2016-03-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I believe that there is cognitively inappropriate material introduced in this book I began using BJU math over 12 years ago. When I received my youngest daughters' workbooks I was excited to get started. First, the workbooks fell apart within days of their arrival. I had to start punching holes in them to put them into a 3 ring binder. Then as we began, I found what I believed to be material that is inappropriate to be introduced at kindergarten and 1st grade levels. I asked a friend who has been involved in researching math curriculum for several years and she concurred. You have veered from traditional math. You are focusing on critical thinking skills when they should be focused on the concrete concepts at this age. I am sorry that you have chosen to do this. I will no longer be using your curriculum for this reason!
Date published: 2015-10-15
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