Mathematics B



The goal in Mathematics B is to develop a greater appreciation and understanding of God´s creation through the study of the precise order of Mathematics.  This is a transitional course designed to help students move from the concrete concepts of arithmetic to the abstract concepts of algebra.  To achieve this goal, an incremental development of mathematics is used, that is the division of concepts into small, easily understood pieces that are taught over several lessons.  Continual practice allows fundamental skills and concepts to be reviewed throughout the year.  As a result students achieve a deeper understanding and successful retention of the material.


Student Texts

Saxon Math Course II, Saxon


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