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Fractions and other topics

  • Fraction of a Number, Symbols
  • Fraction of 1 Using the Overlays
  • Add and Subtract Fractions with the Same Denominators
  • Equivalent Fractions
  • Add and Subtract Fractions with Different Denominators
  • Rule of Four
  • Compare Fractions with the Rule of Four
  • Add Three Fractions with the Rule of Four
  • Multiply Fractions
  • Divide Fractions with the Rule of Four
  • Common Factors and Divisibility
  • Reducing Fractions by Recognizing Common Factors
  • Reducing Fractions with Prime Factorization
  • Linear Measure
  • Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
  • Linear Measure with Mixed Numbers
  • Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers
  • Add Mixed Numbers with Regrouping
  • Subtract Mixed Numbers with Regrouping
  • Subtract Mixed Numbers with Same Difference Theorem
  • Add Mixed Numbers with Regrouping and Different Denominators
  • Subtract Mixed Numbers with Regrouping and Different Denominators
  • Divide Fractions and Mixed Numbers Using the Reciprocal
  • Solve for the Unknown with 2X = 10 (Multiplicative Inverse)
  • Multiply Three Fractions or Mixed Numbers
  • Solve for the Unknown with 2X -2 = 10 (Additive Inverse)
  • Compute the Area and Circumference of a Circle with π = 22/7
  • Solve for the Unknown with 1/2X = 10
  • Transform a Fraction to a Decimal to a Percent
  • Solve for the Unknown with 1/2X + 1/3 = 10
Necessary Materials
 Epsilon Instruction Pack 

Epsilon Instruction Pack


 Epsilon Student Kit 

Epsilon Student Kit


 Fraction Overlays 

Fraction Overlays


Epsilon Demonstraction Video
Helpful Links
Sample Pages   Sample Pages
Here are a few sample pages for you to see what this curriculum is like.
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Scope and Sequence   Scope and Sequence
A walkthrough of the lessons and topics covered in this curriculum.
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Placement Testing   Placement Testing
The competency exams were created for the benefit of the teacher and the student, to determine what level of mathematics the student has mastered so they will know in which book to begin.
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.
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