## Which math program is best?

Sonlight Math Comparison Chart

Programs | Grades | Key Features |
---|---|---|

Singapore Primary Math, US Edition | K–6 | Mental math |

Saxon Math Homeschool | K–12 | Thorough drilling |

Miquon Math | 1–4 | Think mathematically, discovery approach |

RightStart Math, 2nd Edition | K–6 | Visual and kinesthetic |

**Do homeschoolers have to take algebra?**

Homeschool Diploma Programs Even if you do not have restrictive laws in your state, if you use a packaged curriculum with a homeschool service provider who issues a high school diploma, Algebra 1 will be a requirement.

### Is Horizons math Common Core aligned?

The Horizons Math program was not written to align with the Common Core Standards. However, it seems to cover the standards although sometimes at a grade level earlier than required by the standards themselves. Except for Horizons Math K, there is also a test after every ten lessons in the student workbooks.

**Which college has the best math program?**

Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a great choice for students interested in a degree in mathematics. Located in the city of Cambridge, MIT is a private not-for-profit school with a large student population. A Best Schools rank of #2 out of 2,576 colleges nationwide means MIT is a great school overall.

## Do you have to take Algebra 1?

A fairly common situation in the US is the “standard level math student” takes Algebra 1, in grade 9 (freshman year), Geometry, in 10th grade (sophomore year), and Algebra 2, in grade 11 (junior year).

**Is Horizons math spiral or mastery?**

Our Horizons curriculum uses spiral learning, which is why it is often a favorite for children interested or gifted in math. Rather than doing 20 problems covering the same concept to ensure mastery, spiral-based curriculum allows a child to do 5 or 6 problems that introduce the concept before advancing.

### Is Saxon Math aligned to Common Core?

Saxon Math is a core curriculum for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Saxon Math is a kit-based program at the primary levels and transitions to a hard bound text at the intermediate levels. Saxon Math is aligned with the Common Core State Standards.

**What should I do in high school for math?**

High school students should also be able to construct simple proofs of geometric theorems and solve problems — such as finding volumes, side and arc lengths — involving all sorts of two-dimensional shapes, with a special focus on circles and right triangles.

## Which homeschool curriculum is best?

Switched on Schoolhouse[Alpha Omega Publications]This Christian program has risen to popularity thanks to its computer-based format.

**What is high school math curriculum?**

The high school math curriculum is organized into five courses: Algebra I – (289 Activities) – The concepts learned in Algebra I prepare students for Algebra II and Geometry. Geometry – (239 Activities) – High school geometry builds on the concepts of symmetry, shape, and relations.

### What is the highest level of mathematics?

There is no highest level of mathematics. Mathematical knowledge is like a tree. Starting from the ground, there is a natural progression upward. But pretty soon you start to encounter branches, and those branches split off into smaller ones, and so on.