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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 wanted to take an opportunity to share with you how Math U See has changed our homeschooling. My oldest son is in grade five. For a couple of years I have seen math becoming harder and harder (we were using a different curriculum). I could see his eyes glass over and he would just sit and stare at his math work. Last year was the hardest. He could do the math problems with great effort, but I never felt like he knew what he was doing. He would just memorize what to do, but often times get the answer wrong because he got a little mixed up in the process. This year we started Math U See. I kid you not when on the first day my oldest sat there and started whooping and hollering, saying, "I get it! I finally get it! I understand now". I have never had to ask him once this year to complete his math. He loves it. Actually, everyone loves it in our home! I tell everyone person I can about how great this math program is. I'm even understanding why we do things that I never understood before. Thanks for making this so easy (and practical)!!
Christianne Hathaway
Metro Boston
Christianne Hathaway

Math U See