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Principles of Mathematics Book 1: Student

Biblical Worldview Curriculum

Written by Katherine Loop
$39.99
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  • Format: Softcover
  • Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"
  • Length: 300 pages
  • Grade: 6 - 8
  • Publisher: Master Books
  • Published: 2015
  • SKU: 10-1-623
  • ISBN: 9780890518755
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This student book is part of the Principles of Mathematics Biblical Worldview Curriculum. It takes math to a whole new level; one that students and parents love! This course goes way beyond the old Christian texts that teach math with a few Scriptures sprinkled in and maybe some church-based word problems. This course truly transforms the way students see math!

Details

Lost in the mechanics of math? Unsure why you have to learn different math concepts or how to prepare for high school math? Wanting math to be more interesting? Wishing you could finish your math lesson awed at God’s greatness? Experience the difference truly understanding the principles of mathematics can make!

General Structure

This math program is designed to give students a firm mathematical understanding, both academically and spiritually. It is designed to be self-taught, so students should be able to read the material and complete assignments on their own, with a parent or teacher available for questions.

Grade Level

This curriculum is aimed at grades 6-8, fitting into most math approaches the year or two years prior to starting high school algebra.

Features

  • Biblical Worldview: Discover how the very existence of the math concepts proclaims the faithfulness of God…and experience the joy of using math to explore God’s creation.
  • Solid Foundation for High School Math and Real Life: Learn why the rules you’ve been memorizing work…and get practice applying those skills to real-life settings as you build problem-solving skills.
  • History, Science, and Real-Life Connections: Find the height of a tree without leaving the ground, use negative numbers to describe the force on objects, explore historical multiplication methods, apply math to music, and much more!

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