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Grade Levels: 4th

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Product Code: 002-GRADE4


Complete Set $89.95 $80.96
Student Books only $49.90 $44.91
Teacher Handbook only $49.95 $44.96
Extra Worksheets $9.95 $8.96

 
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Horizons Math 4th Grade Curriculum
Does your child know how to read roman numerals, convert measurements, find place values to the billions, and solve simple story problems? With the Horizons 4th Grade Math Set, he'll learn all that and more!

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The award-winning Horizons 4th Grade Math uses eye-catching lessons to guide your student through fractions and decimals, equations, division, multiplication, and pre-algebra. Students and teachers enjoy using this course which utilizes gradual concept repetition (Spiral teaching) for complete mastery.

Samples of Horizons:
Horizons Fourth Grade Math Student Book 1
Horizons Fourth Grade Math Student Book 2
Horizons Fourth Grade Math Teacher's Guide
Horizons Math Scope and Sequence
Features

This solid math course includes:
  • 2 student books with removable pages
  • 160 appealing student lessons
  • Teacher's guide

    These materials may also be purchased individually.

    The complete teacher's guide includes:
  • Daily lesson planner
  • Student readiness evaluation test
  • Duplication masters
  • Answer keys
  • Teaching tips
  • Additional worksheets


    Publisher's Information
    Publisher: Alpha Omega Publications
    Made In: USA

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    Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

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    Horizons Math 4 October 24, 2011
    Reviewer: Lisa from Beaverton, OR United States  
    I love Horizons Math.  We have been using Horizons math for 3 years now.  My younger son is now in Horizons Math 4.  He loves it.  Math is not a struggle.  He is feeling good about his ability in math.  Having used a number of the different grade levels of Horizons Math books, 4 is by far the most difficult.  Currently my son is finishing 2 lessons a day.  I know as we get further into the division that rate may slow down. Having a major in elementary mathematics, I would highly recommend Horizons Math.  I would also say make sure to test your child and put your child in the correct level.  The curriculum spirals upward and they need to understand at the lower lever before they can jump into a higher one.  I worked with one student that tested into grade 4 horizons but she was in the 6th grade.  As soon as she finished Horizons 4, Horizons 5 and 6 were a piece of cake.  She zipped through them and is now above her grade level.

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    Easy breezy October 3, 2011
    Reviewer: Gabrielle Ferguson from London, ON Canada  
    My daughter who hates hates hates math as actually doing this one!  She enjoys the color, and the layout so much that it all seems like a game to her.  I think the fact that there aren't 100 questions on each page to overwhelm her is the key.  I do find that it's a little on the simple side for the grade level given on the book but for her that's perfect.  We used this program with our son who excels at math and he breezed through the grade above his own in half the time it was supposed to take but he loved it too.

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    Love the math! September 26, 2011
    Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Sicklerville, NJ United States  
    Horizons math is a great curriculum for a student who is strong in math and doesn't want tons of repetition.  Each day you work through many different concepts, each building on various skills.  I have found at a certain point, this starts to go a bit fast.  Cons: only goes to 6th grade, teacher's manual is very dry and sometimes hard to follow...

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    We no longer struggle with math July 27, 2010
    Reviewer: Carmen Denos from Dundee, OR  
    My 10 yr old loves this math program.  He had previously been frustrated by other programs that we tried, mostly due to lack of adequate instruction or too much repetition of something once he had "got it".  This book explains each new area as it comes up, reviews without undo repetition and approaches the same area from different angles to keep it interesting.  We no longer struggle with math.  It is a very good deal for the price.  We have opted to not use the teachers manual, just the workbooks and have had no problems with this, as things are explained very well in the workbook.  I highly recommend this math program and will be buying more for my daughter.

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    Wish we had started with Horizons long ago! February 24, 2010
    Reviewer: Karenlee from Boulder CO  
    Wow! Even my son said we had to review this to say how great it is. This from a kid who says he hates math and has found it too frustrating in years past. We tried Singapore in 1st and 2nd (not enough hands-on, too frustrating, not enough review), Seton Homeschool in 3rd (good but not enough review, too boring), and Shiller (no workbook, too much hands-on, too much prep for the teacher, never ended up using the expensive package). Horizons is the greatest! It has good explanations, doesn't stay on one topic too long... but reviews constantly. So when say long division is introduced, there are a few problems, then there are addition, multiplication, and word problems... often with fun activities like spelling out a secret word or answering a funny riddle. We both appreciate the Bible/religious references, and we are not evangelical people. There are a lot of colors, but not distracting... they enhance. One problem will be in a yellow box, the next in blue. This helps the eye settle on the problem at hand. There are also regular tests, usually 2 pages long, which help him and me see that he certainly does understand the concepts and knows those facts. And he gets good test practice, something he doesn't get in other subjects much. The one problem is there is SO MUCH to get through! But that is good, as it covers everything, and with great repetition. When my son demonstrates he knows the concept and math facts of a particular set of problems, I let him skip the rest. When he needs more work, he does them all. And we'll have some pages to do this summer, to keep the facts that often disappear after summer break. This year, my son really enjoys math for the first time and is proud of his accomplishments in it. I can't say enough good about Horizons Math, grade 4. I only wish we had started with Horizons long, long ago!

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