Saxon Math K Teacher’s Edition


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To master mathematics, students need to build on prior learning—what new concepts they can learn depends on which concepts they already know. Saxon Math™ provides a learning structure proven to advance students steadily and assuredly to higher levels of understanding. Concepts from every math strand are woven together and connected throughout the year. Skills or concepts are reinforced, helping students build a strong foundation of understanding. An incremental approach gives students the time to understand and practice a small concept before adding the next step. Distributing skills across the year ensures that students have time to practice and master a concept. Cumulative practice and assessments cover ideas from earlier lessons to ensure students retain and make connections between concepts. Students build skills and confidence through daily opportunities to review, develop mathematical reasoning, and apply knowledge. Engaging manipulatives and hands-on learning tools help students develop and demonstrate understanding. In Saxon Math Kindergarten students work on basic foundation skills: oral counting; recognizing and sequencing numbers; acting out addition and subtraction stories; counting with one-to-one correspondence; identifying and counting pennies, nickels, and dimes; sorting; telling time to the hour; and using a calendar.

This book contains 112 lessons to cover a full year of kindergarten math. The Saxon Math K Teacher’s Manual contains the lesson plans with detailed instructions and strategies on how to reinforce the foundational math skills introduced in the program.



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