Resources to Help You Streamline and Go From Questions To Confidence!
There are commonly three types of math mistakes, which include careless, computational and conceptual errors. Using a sheet of graph paper to work out problems can be a really simple fix for students who struggle with neatness. Graph paper allows students to line up the numbers correctly and prevent sloppy mix ups. This one small change can eliminate the bulk of careless errors, thus making for a better self taught, experience. Our unique and simple workbooks have been designed for Saxon Math, the Robinson Curriculum way. This product also works great with the companion Our House Math Error Tracking Workbook to cut down on careless errors.
This guide provides a simple how-to explanation of writing an essay, a section of commonly misspelled words, as well as a section where each student can write down their own frequently misspelled words. There is also a section at the beginning where a student can brainstorm ideas and create an outline for their essays, all in one convenient notebook. Although created by a Robinson Curriculum parent for the Robinson Curriculum writing component, this workbook could be used by any student to use in their writing journey. These notebooks will be a treasure to keep not just for school records, but as an additional way of communication between children and parents.
Sometimes with a self-correcting, math curriculum, there could be a temptation to be careless with their work, since they will correct and fix their own errors. However, by charting how many errors they get wrong after the first try, the student will try harder to have fewer errors to graph on this visual reminder. Students will also be more aware of how they are progressing as newer concepts are introduced. The natural inclination of every student is to see the chart come down after tackling a new or challenging concept. As a parent, this also gives you a convenient visual to check progress, without micromanaging the self taught, math method. Note: This workbook is spiral bound, formatted in a calendar style to hang at a student's desk. This products in addition to the companion Saxon Math Workbook, are a perfect combination to both help the math student, and the save parent's time.
This guide offers a simple. methodology for math facts memorization. It has broken up the 705 math facts into a systematic order that is achievable. It has proven to be a wonderful system and a great accompaniment to the Robinson Curriculum math flashcards. In addition, included in this guide is 52-weeks worth of the Math Flashcard Tracker, which has made keeping track of multiple children learning their math facts, very easy.
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