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Each level listed below is an integral part of a complete and comprehensive curriculum. While each book has a specific theme, Math-U-See continuously reviews and integrates previously mastered concepts. To learn more about the Math-U-See program be sure and watch the Demonstration and visit the "How To Use" and "Placement" pages.

Click on the course name or picture for a more complete description, sample pages and sample video.
Have fun introducing math!
Single-digit addition and subtraction and other topics
Multiple-digit addition and subtraction and other topics
Single and multiple-digit multiplication and other topics
Single and multiple-digit division and other topics
Fractions and other topics
Decimals, percents and other topics
Negative numbers, order of operations, solving for the unknown, and other topics
Algebra 1Algebra 1
Graphing, simultaneous equations, exponents, polynomials, unit multipliers, and more
A Christian approach to personal finance and consumer math
Points, lines, planes, angles, circles, triangles, quadrilaterals, Pythagorean Theorem, conic sections, proofs and more
Algebra 2Algebra 2
Factoring polynomials, quadratic formula, graphing conic sections and other algebra 2 topics
Trigonometry, identities, polar equations, logarithms, sequences, limits and other topics to prepare for calculus
Derivatives, integrals, calculus applications, differential equations, and more
Algebra-Decimal InsertsAlgebra-Decimal Inserts
The algebra inserts are smooth pieces which snap into the backs of the ten and hundred pieces to illustrate X, -X, and X squared. The decimal parts represent units, 1/10s and 1/100s. There are 50 pieces in all.
Fraction OverlaysFraction Overlays
A 37-piece set of colored vinyl fraction pieces to represent the numerator, and lined clear overlays to illustrate the denominator. The kit presents the 1/2s through the 1/6s, plus 1/8s, 1/10s, and 1/16s. All of the colored vinyl pieces correspond to the manipulative blocks and are organized in a cloth, stepped holder.
Integer Block SetInteger Block Set
The manipulative blocks are used in all of the Math·U·See levels from Primer to Algebra 1. There are 133 pieces in this colorful, base-10 set of stacking blocks used to teach all aspects of arithmetic. The same blocks are used in conjunction with the Inserts to illustrate key algebra and decimal concepts. The set includes 20 ones and tens, 13 fives, and 10 each of twos, threes, fours, sixes, sevens, eights, nines, and hundreds blocks, plus the Decimal Street™/Block Clock poster. The durable cardboard storage box doubles as a carrying case while keeping blocks tidy and simplifying clean up.
Skip Count and Addition SongsSkip Count and Addition Songs
These are songs on a CD to help the student learn the skip counting facts. They include a booklet with the words and music. There are two versions of the songs on the CD, one with Christian lyrics, and the other with with the lyrics taken from science and literature.
Lower Level
Upper Level
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I'm a chemist and a mother of 3. My kids are 10, 8, and 5. I was just watching your DVD for Epsilon and had to stop and write you. (I got goose-bumps and was so happy with the program.) My college major was Chemistry/Physics/Math Education. I chose to work as a chemist until I had kids, but teaching is in my heart. Besides my own kids, I do get to teach chemistry part-time at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. I'm continually aware of those students who don't know the math concepts like they should. I found your program through another homeschool mom when my 10 year old was pre-school age and immediately fell in love with it. I so very much appreciate your approach to math. What an amazing start these kids are getting by learning to think and understand, not just memorize formulas! My kids understand math far beyond their peers...and you should see the structures they can make with the math blocks. My 5 year old has known how to make 10s for a couple of years now. My 8 year old learned her multiplication largely from making rectangles with her little brother. My 10 year old is starting fractions. She loves the overlays and seeing the patterns. Math is a joy for me to teach and for them to learn. Thank you!! These new DVD's and books are awesome. I like the re-organization of them. I used the others up until this year. I like the student texts with the word problems included and the teacher's books are even better than ever. It might sound silly, but I can't wait to see how you teach the higher math skills. I want to buy them all just out of curiosity. Smile. Thank you so much for sharing your mind with us....your math mind as well as your Christian mind. Thanks for taking a stand and being an example worth following. I speak highly of you as a person and as a teacher whenever I get the opportunity.
Estella Schmeltzer

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