Rated 5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by BBBunch BJU Math
I would recommend BJU math for homeschoolers. The teacher textbook gives you detailed account of what to say if you are unsure of how to explain it. I also like the fact that the teacher workbook has the students worksheet answers included and you don't have to buy a extra book for the answers. With five homeschoolers that saves me a lot of time correcting worksheets. We also use the included cd for extra worksheets as needed. It is colorful and the kids like that! It is a bit pricey but overall I have been satisfied. We are looking at other less expensive curriculums for next year however.
July 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1coni It looks to be the quality of the Grade One book which is why I purchased it.
Since we have not started our second grade education program at home yet, I can only make my assessment based on what I have viewed, not what I have taught our our little girl has learned. I will be watching closely to see that the excellence continues and does not give in to CCSS. If that happens, I will become an ABEKA subscriber for sure.
July 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by homeschoolof4 Very pleased. Not a single complaint.
In my 6 yrs. homeschooling 4 children, I have found BJU Math to be one of the best. It is the only curriculum I have used that isn't filled with typos - in fact, I have yet to find a typo in BJU Math which is unheard of. The lessons are well planned out and very easy to follow for both student and teacher. My children love the color workbooks, interesting themes, and daily lessons which can be completed in a reasonable amount of time. The curriculum is well worth the price.
May 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gramma good for a boy
My grandson's interests are usually limited to tractors, farming, and trucks. He likes this math book because the construction theme caught his fancy. The builder, Matt, and beaver friend, Paddy, go on adventures around the world to help people in other countries construct or repair their dwelling. I like it because it not only teaches math, but also social studies, caring for others, and Scripture verses.
February 12, 2013