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The Controversial History of Saxon Math & Giveaways!

In this video we go over the controversial history of Saxon Math and a brief overview of John Saxon, who had a very interesting life! Comment on the actual youtube vdeo to enter the new giveaway!
Here are some videos of John Saxon to watch-
https://youtu.be/-T6SEqcvBLc
https://youtu.be/Z6aJreXyV0Q
 

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Christian, Homeschooling, Mother of 6 with way too many ideas.

4 thoughts on “The Controversial History of Saxon Math & Giveaways!

  1. I am loving your history videos. Thank you for doing this one in particular. I am going to do Saxon Math as soon as my kids are old enough per the Robinson Curriculum recommendation. I love how each lesson has a simple yet through explanation. I especially love how it’s so clean cut and straight to the point. Perfect for self teaching. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about Saxon math for younger kiddos. I feel at times I push my kids too much too quickly and it ends up being a disaster. I know you did Life of Fred in the past and I tried it, thinking I was going to love it but it surprisingly didn’t work for my kiddos. I am glad to get back on track what the Robinson Curriculum recommends. Another suggestion is the EasyPeasy math workbooks. They seem to follow that spiral/ constant review style and are only $8.99 per a workbook for the whole 180 days of school. It has worked very well for us along with the flashcards. Please consider me in the giveaway. Thank you!
    Nerdymommyof4.com

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  2. Hi Karen! Love the videos! I was wondering have u ever read How to Live Like a King’s Kid by Harold Hill if so what are your thoughts on it? I haven’t read it I’m a new believer and am cautious of what I read or watch, but I have heard it is a good book.

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    1. Hi Amber! No, I have not heard of it. I don’t read any commentaries or books about the Bible, we just read the Bible :). I have a video on my channel on how we do Bible Time at our house with the kids. Its very simple but very effective 🙂 You are very wise to be cautious!

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