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From: tami (68.119.80.195)
Subject:         Re: What is the easiest to understand Algebra curriculum?
Date: October 2, 2008 at 8:15 am PST

In Reply to: What is the easiest to understand Algebra curriculum? posted by Linda on October 1, 2008 at 12:37 pm:

We love Teaching textbooks!!! We tried others, but they are by far the best! My oldest had gotten pretty far ahead in math and it was a great subject for him, but when he first did Saxon Alg.1 with the dive cds- he needed help every day that whole school year. We went ahead and repeated Alg. 1 the next school year with Teaching Textbooks. He only needed help ONCE the whole school year!!! Their website is www.teachingtextbooks.com (they have where you can try it online and it really is exactly what you get on their cds) Don't be afraid of the pricetag. If you look for it, you can usually find it a bit cheaper than the brand new price. Also, the resale is awesome on this. I've been able to sale mine for pretty close to what I've paid for it- which to me makes it almost free to use. Hope this helps! Also- read the reviews on their site.

Tami
PS Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions on this curriculum or if you need the names of other sites which may have this used


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