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    Saxon Math K-3



    Review from member mommalee93
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    My son is a visual learner, but has ADHD. So looking for a math program that was simple, visual and did not have a lot of color or ...
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    Calvert School



    Review from member AmyButler
    Member Ranking - Extremely Positive
    We are just completing the 4th grade Calvert Curriculum, and it has been wonderful. It is very complete and covers everything from art to science without inserting god in places s/he doesn't belong. There is some religious content in the 4th grade history, but it is a overall history of the world, and religion is treated as a historical topic.



    Review from member homescholar
    Member Ranking - Somewhat Positive
    I used Calvert from second grade to fifth grade, ...
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    Moving Beyond the Page



    Review from member Laina
    Member Ranking - Extremely Positive
    We found this curriculum halfway through my daughter's first grade year. We completed Level 6-8 Concept 2 Measurements and half of Concept 3 Culture. I am very impressed. Each day's lesson includes about five activities. Some are hands-on activities with materials you find around the house, some relate to a book we've read, and some are activities from the Student Activity Book. My daughter has learned a ton and prefers MBTP to any other schoolwork we do (we also use Explode the Code and Math Mammoth). I plan to finish Concept 4 this summer and move her to Level 7-9 ...
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