Math is my major weak spot, I can do it- but I need some instruction before I teach the kids. I am looking for a curriculum with instructional videos that we can watch together. I like the envision math videos- but I can't purchase the digital access to them as a homeschooler (that I have found). I was looking at Saxon math using the DIVE videos to go with it- but I'm a little unsure about Saxon in general.
Does anyone have any other suggestions on math cirriculm with video tutorials?
We use teaching textbooks and life of fred. We love them both. Teaching textbooks have awesome resale values. It is mostly the initial investment. I like how it does a lot of the same problems over and over.
We've loved Math U See. We watch the DVDs together and if she asks a question and I forget how he explained it, I can refer back to it in the teachers manual. Lately, she hasn't wanted to watch the DVDs so I occasionally watch the video on my own if I'm confused what they're referring to in the manual, and then I can just read from there when we go over it,