HOMESCHOOL MATH CURRICULUM WITH A PERSONAL MATH TEACHER

MathHelp.com (formerly YourTeacher) offers complete homeschool math curriculum for Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2.

Watch our introductory video to find out why Cathy Duffy has made MathHelp.com a top pick for homeschool math curriculum.

Want to learn more?  Find out how MathHelp.com can provide the instruction you need for your homeschool math curriculum.

 

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 MathHelp.com is one of Cathy Duffy’s “Top Picks” for Homeschool Math Curriculum!

Key Features Of Our Homeschool Math Curriculum

100+ HOMESCHOOL MATH LESSONS WITH A TEACHER

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Each homeschool math curriculum features 100+ lessons.  Every lesson includes videos, guided practice, self-tests, worksheets and more.

DAILY QUIZZES AND WEEKLY TESTS WITH ANSWER KEYS

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Our homeschool math curriculum features daily self-tests with automatic grading and weekly printable chapter tests with answer keys.

GRADE REPORTING AND PROGRESS TRACKING

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We offer detailed grade reporting and progress tracking to keep on task while completing your homeschool math curriculum!

AUTO-GENERATED BACKGROUND LESSONS

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If you are struggling on a particular topic, MathHelp.com automatically generates relevant background lessons to rebuild your math background!

Our homeschool math curriculum was originally designed by Mr. Mike Maggart while he was a math teacher at St. John’s School in Houston, TX.  St. John’s is currently ranked as the 13th ‘smartest’ private high school in the country by Business Insider.

 HOMESCHOOL MATH CURRICULUM REVIEWS

“This is the best homeschool purchase I have ever made. An outstanding program, Math Help provides a comprehensive mathematics education, including lecture, demonstration, evaluation, and tutoring, all with the convenience of home scheduling. My math-hating student loves this program and is doing excellent work with it! Her progress since purchasing the program is very gratifying, and I will stick with Math Help for the future and recommend it with enthusiasm!”

Lynda

“My 16 year-old daughter has been using Math Help for several weeks. It has proven to be the best math curriculum we have ever tried. I love how easy it is to implement, in that nothing is required of me as a parent. It is completely self-instructional, and keeps up with her grades and lessons completed etc. For the first time ever, my daughter looks forward to doing her math and chooses to do it before any of her other subjects. We love how organized and simple the lesson format is. She actually feels like she is learning something every day with every lesson. We have recommended Math Help to friends and will continue to do so.”

Julie

“We’ve been homeschooling for 16 years, and Math Help has been the best middle/high school math option we’ve ever used! (How did I ever manage it before?)!”

Lynne

“I am using Math Help for my 7th grade homeschooled daughter. She actually cheered the first day after her first lesson! She loves the self-tests and lessons. I love the step-by-step help since I never even took algebra in school. We plan on using Math Help straight through Pre-algebra and then Algebra I, II, and Geometry, God willing! To me, this is like having a math tutor right in my home! Plus, it is like having the text, tests, workbook, solutions guide, and more. As you can tell, I am really excited about this and so thankful we found you!”

Brenda

“We homeschool, and it used to take 4-6 hours everyday to get math done. Now, my son gets right through it and enjoys it. I’m thrilled! I thought I was going to have to put him back in public school because I can’t teach him math.”

Theresa

“I am a home-school parent and also write a blog for home-schooling. I am just so impressed with what you offer. I think your program is perfect for home-schoolers, not to mention the parent teaching them. I am learning right along with my daughter, since it has been years!”

Lisa

“I am a first year homeschooling mom. My 9th grade son and I started the year in a popular Algebra 1 book but really struggled after about a month or so. I then took a small break from the subject to look for alternative Algebra 1 curriculum. I researched numerous DVD, online, and book-based programs. It wasn’t until I found MathHelp.com that I got really excited. My son and I walked through the first couple lessons together and I found that the program was exactly what I was looking for. I think this is the greatest thing aside from homemade bread. I love the fact that you can have a virtual teacher going over each type of problem and practice problems with solutions, notes to print out, and short but effective tests. This program has it ALL! I have raved to many of my homeschool friends about this program and I plan on using it for many years to come. My 9th grader now has a systematic, well put together program that he can work with independently and at his own pace. I LOVE IT!!”

Clarissa

“MathHelp.com has been a life saver. My daughter was struggling working through a traditional textbook for her homeschool math. We were at wits end. Then a friend told me about MathHelp and suddenly math became possible again. I can’t say enough good things about it. My daughter was able to work through independently. Now she loves math and always does that subject first because she says it’s the easiest. Whereas before using a textbook approach it was the most difficult, near impossible. It is set out better than anything else I have seen. We both love the way it is broken down into bite size pieces so that the student does not get overwhelmed. It is extremely simple and practical to use. The video explanations are like having a teacher in your own home. Only better because you can replay them as often as you like. The testing on-line and the fact it keeps a record of all the test results is both convenient and time saving. This is certainly great value for money. Thanks so much for offering MathHelp.com. I seriously don’t know what we would have done without it.”

Mandie

“I have never felt inclined to write a testimonial about a product, but I truly believe MathHelp.com is a Godsend for my son. He is in 7th grade, and I was really struggling to teach the pre-algebra and algebra that he had moved on to, so I knew I needed help! We tried MathHelp.com out and I cannot say enough about how well it has gone for us. It is super user friendly, and it packs a lot into the lessons. My son is flying through the pre-algebra because he self-tests out of sections he knows he is strong on and I expect he will be moving onto algebra part way through the year. He keeps telling me that math is going great! I keep track of what he does on-line with his grades and I score his tests, etc. What’s not to love?!”

Laura

“My 7th and 8th grade children LOVE this program!!!! I love it as well because my children are able to work independently. Thank you so much for making math fun.”

S. Aderin

“Over the years, we have utilized Abeka, Horizons, and Calvert math programs. Our student has struggled through them even with the help of a tutor. We began using Math Help this summer. This is the first time that my child is actually inspired to attempt the work on her own and I am consistently hearing her say “Now I understand.” Each lesson on Math Help has several videos, a number of sample problems, and a self-test to be completed. There is also a library of worksheets that can be printed out for additional practice for each lesson. I like that Math Help gives me opportunity to choose as little or as much work for my student to do and she is encouraged along the way.”

Sue

“I just got home from a few hours out, and what was my son doing at 5:15pm? Math…without a word from me. We look forward to many more years with this fine program.”

Laura

“It has made a huge difference in my daughter’s ability and attitude towards math. Before MathHelp.com, math was a constant struggle and fight at home, but now she agrees to sit and do it and has learned so much more in a couple of months than what we would have covered in a whole a year. I am very grateful for this.”

Michal

“I am so pleased with this program and very happy that we had the opportunity to try it out. My son has been behind in math for a while and I was frustrated with trying to figure out what program would truly teach him and would also be easy for me to navigate. He has been doing great so far and we are now confident that by using this program, he will complete Pre-Algebra and actually retain what he has learned…and be confident and prepared for the next level. Math Help has been the best math program/resource for my son yet. The overall success has been such a blessing to my family.”

Callie

“I was terrified that I would hinder my gifted child once I started homeschooling. I love that she’s been able to move freely from what is easy to what actually challenges her. She loves it. We sat for a couple days and blew through lessons till we found right where she needed to be and she loves that she’s in control of her learning. Thank you for offering this product and easing my panic while creating something she truly enjoys doing.”

Cyndie

“This is the only math curriculum that my girls, 12 and 15, have not complained about doing. We have used it for 2 years in a row and have found it to be extremely helpful. The lessons were invaluable as they presented the material in clear language with great examples. Thank you for all your help.”

Laurie

“We absolutely love this program. The explanations are excellent and my daughter finally gets it. I think we have tried every math program out there and this one more than any other makes math easy. We are delighted.”

Liz

“This comprehensive math curriculum has been one of the best finds in our homeschool journey. This program enables not only my children to fully learn the material, but also aids me in helping them when the need arises. The lessons are easily understood and I greatly appreciate the independence this curriculum enables. I highly recommend this program, especially for the home-educator who feels less-than-confident in this area.”

Samantha

“We started using Math Help about 4 years ago and absolutely love it. My oldest did so well with the program that his ACT and SAT scores allowed him to test out of all college math required for a pre-med major. Now my next two boys are enrolled.”

Jennifer

“My children would complain about math every day until they started using MathHelp.com.”

Cheryl

“A+ for Math Help! My formerly math-phobic kids are excelling. Their understanding of math concepts has skyrocketed. Now, they usually pick Math as one of the first subjects of the day instead of procrastinating. The pre-tests ensure that the student doesn’t waste time on topics already mastered. It doesn’t bog the student down with busywork but gives opportunities for more practice if needed (and tells the student where he/she needs the review!).”

C. Harrison

“I have a child who hates math. We have tried so many different approaches, including Saxon, Math-U-See, Khan Academy, Life of Fred and Teaching Textbooks. After using the free trial at MathHelp.com, we had a winner. Great big thanks!”

Stephanie

“My 10 year old has a mind for math. He whizzed thru Math Mammoth thru to the end (6th grade math) and I was wondering what to use this next year. We did the free trial and he really enjoyed it, so we bought the subscription. He finished pre-algebra and is doing algebra without my help. The lessons are clear and short, and build on the previous concept. It really is stand-alone. A great product.”

Jenn

“This math program was a great addition to our high school curriculum. My son was starting to become more advanced in math than my husband and I, and he was impatient waiting on us to figure it out and then teach him how to do it. Math Help has an actual teacher presenting the concepts and provides very useful tips and tricks. I am even learning some new things to make advanced math easier. My son used to hate word problems, but now that this program has taught him how to approach them, he doesn’t fight them anymore. We will continue to use this program to the highest math available.”

Heather

“This is a great program. Online lectures, exercises, test and quizzes. My daughter needs a textbook for math and we loved the fact that Math Help allows you to track to the chapter and page number of a large list of great textbook choices. We will be using them again.”

Nita

“Our family has benefited tremendously from Math Help. It offers the one on one teaching that a mother of 5 cannot always offer. It allows the kids to go at their own pace and not have to wait for me to get to them to answer questions. My oldest daughter started community college this year, and uses Math Help to help her understand math concepts that weren’t clear to her in the classroom. It is money well spent.”

Sondra

“Algebra becomes easy when you understand what you’re doing and their methods of teaching make algebraic concepts easy to understand. My daughter now loves math because she understands what she is doing. I would give Math Help an A+.”

Vickie

“I finally found a program that fits my son’s needs. Online public school was just as politically charged as brick-and-mortar schools. They try to cram so-o-o many unnecessary things into our kids’ heads. He just stopped doing the work, even though he could do it. With Math Help, the video teachings and practice problems are clear. My son actually made the comment that he wished Math Help had other subjects that could be taught in the same manner. Thumbs up for Math Help!”

Christina

“We have been using Math Help for Algebra II, and it has been a huge blessing to us. I was concerned about how I was going to teach this subject (I found that Algebra I was probably as far as I could take my children). I was also concerned about teaching two students who absorb math in totally different ways. This program enables them to work at their own speed.”

Jennifer

“I love the fact that my son could switch from Algebra 2 to Geometry without needing to buy anything else or contact them. I love that you can switch back and forth and use whichever math you need at the time.”

S. Romero

“Oh, we so love it. She went to Huntington for a year and they didn’t help her, but with Math Help she’s understanding math.”

Tammy

“This is the best tool I have seen for teaching high school math concepts. I especially like it that I can see exactly what was accomplished and how the students did. As a mathematician, I appreciate the thoroughness and accuracy of the instruction. My kids thought it was very user friendly. Not much time is used to figure out just how to use the site, which means more time to learn the math. I will continue to use it. It is well worth the cost.”

Kim

“Wow! My children are enjoying using MathHelp and learning Math in a very efficient way. I like that they can take a pretest, then decide if they need to go in depth into that lesson. I highly recommend it.”

Amjad

“I love this website! I tried a couple of Algebra 2 curriculums for my daughter and I didn’t understand them so I couldn’t help her. Math Help explains everything. This is working great for my daughter! She’s ahead now for this school year.”

Anna

“MathHelp.com has made a tremendous impact on my daughter’s math scores and her confidence. She has struggled in math, but she is understanding the concepts now after starting Math Help. The program is easy to use and very well done. I would definitely recommend Math Help to anyone who has a struggling math student.”

Jodi

“We were struggling to get our oldest to do his Pre-Algebra, though we knew he could. Once we started with MathHelp.com, he excelled in Pre-Algebra, and after only a short time, tested in to Algebra for the following fall. He enjoyed the fact that he could turn the teacher on and off depending on what material was being taught. Thanks for curriculum!”

Donna

“Our whole family was impressed by the free trial, and my kids are HARD to impress. We did sample lessons from 4 different computer based math programs, and this was the one they chose to use for the fall.”

April

“This has been an excellent product. I have 2 LD sons who struggle with math. I have been using this program to pick up some of the concepts they missed or didn’t understand well enough the first time. It isn’t flashy. It is solid and easy to use. We usually use the ALEKS program and both kids commented they liked this much better.”

Pam

“We have been quite pleased with MathHelp! My high school student needed some refreshing in algebra and MathHelp has been the perfect fit. The videos are clear and concise and he can move quickly if he understands a concept by doing the pretest or slow down and spend extra time on a concept. We appreciate being able to print extra practice problems when needed and print the notes from each section. We will definitely be purchasing this for our fall studies!”

L.S.

“My daughter had struggled all year in Algebra I. I saw this and thought – why not? We started over and she is doing so much better and understanding it better. I’m keeping this for the rest of her high school.”

Jenny

“It is great to have the ability to focus on their weaknesses and improve them without wasting time on things they already know! Thank you!”

TDM

“I have struggled to teach Algebra 1 for a long time. The way things are explained in this curriculum is very understandable! I am so thankful a friend told me about this. Thank you!!”

Deb

“I have a son in 7th grade with ADHD. He loves MathHelp! The lessons are short (but thorough) and to the point, which works really well for him. He is able to do multiple lessons a day without a problem. They are explained well, and he seems to have no problems understanding the concepts. I like it because I don’t have to teach him the concepts. It also takes the pressure off of me to be constantly grading and giving feedback. I would recommend MathHelp especially for kids who need variety in their school day, or for parents trying to teach multiple grade levels, or for any homeschool family who is lacking time…and isn’t that really all of us?”

R. Easter

“I’m trying this with my daughter who is 16. We like this so much that I’ve already recommended it to several friends. The guy they have teaching knows what he’s doing. We will continue using MathHelp for her last year of high school since she is responding so well.”

Lynne

“Math Help has been a tremendous help. I like the ability to take a test several times with different questions each time, or quickly watch the videos with them and make sure they understand the concept without it taking a lot of my time. The number of practice questions is adequate with extra problems to print out if needed. The deep thought question has tricked me from time to time. Great logic practice. My 11 year old wants to use Math Help as her only math curriculum next year. That is quite an endorsement since she hates math. My 14 year old is working through geometry lessons that she needed to prepare for her national standardized test. All in all I have had no complaints from either child. Doesn’t get any better than that.”

Laurie

“This has made it possible for my two oldest children to do their math while I teach the younger ones to read. I also have found it especially useful to find areas of weakness.”

Lisa

“We have been using Math Help for a few weeks now and LOVE it. Math is not our favorite subject. However, that is starting to change. Everything is laid out very nicely and is easy to use. The videos and step-by-step help are really great and easy to follow. My daughter loves doing the tests and scoring 100%. Her motivation to do math using Math Help has greatly increased, making it much more enjoyable for us both. Thank you.”

Fiona

“This has been such a blessing for our family. Two of my children are doing the Geometry. My 14 year old son has Asperger’s/ADHD and is a very visual thinker, so this is a perfect match for him, and the fact that it is online means he doesn’t always have to go searching for his misplaced math book :). The teaching is clear, engaging and interactive. I am really grateful.”

Nanci

“I love it. My son uses it every day. He actually asked me to subscribe to it when the freebie ran out. The lessons are easy to follow and the index is well set out, making it easy to find lessons on concepts he needs extra help with. I’ve recommended it to everyone I know.”

Penny

“My daughter now enjoys math after using the MathHelp program. She has requested that we continue using it for next year’s math courses. It takes the stress out of learning for her. She likes that she can see the problem, hear how to solve the problem, and can self-test to see if she has learned how to do the problems. She enjoys printing out and working on the extra problem worksheets.”

Dianne

“My son used this program for his 10th grade geometry and loved it. My daughter is now doing the same. She much prefers it over Saxon in that the lessons are shown to her and they are short. The feedback is wonderful as well. She feels so proud when she does well. Thank you so much for this program. It really has made math as enjoyable as it can be :).”

Kelly

“Two words: life saver! My daughter was struggling with pre-algebra and “hated” math. I was already dreading trying to teach her algebra next school year. She loves MathHelp! The lessons are easy for her to follow, and she likes being able to repeat the videos as many times as she needs to until she gets it. I like the gradebook feature that makes it very easy for me to certify her grades. We highly recommend MathHelp and will definitely be purchasing the year license for her to use for freshman algebra 1. THANK YOU!”

S. Sims

“My three high schooler students have been using Math Help for the past 9 months and love it! After using 3 other math curricula, finally we have a program that explains each concept thoroughly. As a mom, I appreciate the opportunity the student has to relearn and retest many times. This encourages true understanding of the material. The MathHelp curriculum provides every opportunity for math success.”

JoAnne

“I chose to use MathHelp as a review for the end of the year. I wish we had been using it all year!”

J. Green

“Using Math Help has been amazing for my high school student! Being able to watch the math problems step-by-step makes it so much easier! It is amazing seeing the reaction when my child realizes how to do each step. The teacher is wonderful at explaining all the processes. I really really enjoy this product and will continue to use it in the future.”

Donna

“My son has been using MathHelp for almost a year. His advances in math are astounding. The lessons are so easy to understand. He can do math on his own now without struggling. He even likes math now!”

Ami

“This math curriculum has been a perfect fit for my daughter’s needs. She has a math textbook, but she really wanted a teacher to show her how to do the problems. With this program, she can look up the math concept she needs help with and watch a great video presentation on how to work the problems. She can also test her understanding with a pre-test and additional math practice problems. Thanks for making this program available! I will be sharing this with my homeschooling friends!”

Tammy

“Last year two of my high school children used Thinkwell for Geometry. They despised it and groaned every time they had to work on Geometry lessons or problems. We tried the free trial of MathHelp and really liked it. Therefore, we are using MathHelp for Algebra 2 this year. The kids don’t complain, are understanding the concepts better, and are getting great grades. I will be using MathHelp for all my children’s high school math needs from now on.”

Cheryl

“This is a great program, totally relieving the parent of math duty! Your high schooler will be taught by a great and easy-to-understand teacher. No math book is needed, everything is done online. We looked at several other programs, and the teachers talked fast, and were harder to understand. This is just right, and the feedback system is great. Concepts and problems are repeated until your student ‘gets it!’ Most of all, my very picky student likes it!”

Diane

“MathHelp is a great program! This summer my 15 year old completed the High School Geometry. She begged to continue using MathHelp for Algebra 2.”

Teri

“My 12-year old son has been using MathHelp.com for one month now. Math was not a strong subject for me, so I was thrilled to find such a comprehensive curriculum that my son could do independently. My son says that the lessons are laid out in an easy-to-understand format. He also said that the instructors do not ramble on like his previous math teachers in school! We have told other homeschool families about the program and I look forward to signing up again next year as well.”

L. Faris

“I have been sharing information about MathHelp.com with other parents who have expressed concerns about their children learning upper level math in public and private schools. Thanks so much for offering this to home schoolers!!”

Sheryl

“My son loved this program so much, he requested I purchase it for the next school year! This is a great program for visual learners. Sometimes it takes going over a lesson several times for my son to understand a concept. MathHelp.com patiently explains it again and again until he gets it. The lessons are short enough to hold his attention and the practice problems are wonderful, because they proceed step by step through each problem. MathHelp.com is great as a stand-alone math program, but it also is an excellent supplement if you prefer a textbook math program. Many lessons correspond to exact lessons in, for example, Saxon. You can type in a page number from the Saxon book, and get a YourTeacher.com lesson where a teacher is explaining that very topic. I would strongly recommend this program. We plan to use it from pre-algebra to Calc!”

Kathleen

“I am so thankful for Math Help. My 12 year-old son was intimidated by math, but with Math Help, every topic is explained fully and consistently with video and printable material for extra practice. It was always a struggle to get him to work in his Saxon workbook, but Math Help appeals to his visual learning style with real teachers doing the lesson on a white board. Parents can keep track of lessons completed and the overall score of quizzes completed. No cartoons, no cutesy graphics, no games, yet he loves it! Since math has never been my strong subject, we will definitely continue to use this product. I have been able to learn from it as well!”

Suzanne

“I must say that my 9th grader just loves MathHelp.com. He said he would do math all day long because he actually “gets it” and is having fun learning. I never thought I would hear this coming from a teenager having to complete a Geometry class. We will be signing up again next year for sure!!!!”

R. Josephs

“My 8th-grader started using this site with a free trial and we were both delighted with the video tutorials, step-by-step explanations, extra worksheets and variety of practice opportunities for all topics. My daughter loves the tone of each lesson and enjoys moving through at her own pace. When she needs a little more explanation she can review the lesson at leisure and when she’s confident, moves on to the next. Her attitude toward understanding advanced math is no longer apprehensive; now she’s excited! I feel even more positive because I know we have four levels of math topics to explore and will have the same support for each. I was happy to sign on for a full year of access this wonderful site and can’t wait to watch my children excel because of it.”

Heather

“We are very excited to continue using mathhelp.com. We especially like the lessons that are synced with other curriculum. It has been very helpful with my son’s understanding of his Saxon lessons. Great product!”

M. Montoya

“We tried several different math programs and I was getting frustrated. My daughter was not happy with any of them. She does well; math is her best subject. When she tried this, she was so excited about it. It encompasses all the different parts of other programs we have used – video of teacher explaining, step by step instructions, practice and challenge questions, even printable tests and extra work. She really is enjoying this curriculum. Thank you!”

Jennifer

“We have used two different math programs for my 12 year-old. She struggles with math. They were not working and every day was a struggle for us. We decided to try mathhelp.com. My daughter loved it! We like the style of the teachers, the practice questions, how the answers to questions are presented in different ways, the deep thought question and the final test on each lesson. We like the direct way the teachers present the material. All in all, a great purchase, and we are extremely happy with it!!”

Jill

HOMESCHOOL MATH CURRICULUM SCOPE & SEQUENCE

CHAPTER 1: WHOLE NUMBERS

Unit 1: Number Concepts

Place Value

Comparing Numbers

Rounding

Unit 2: Addition and Subtraction

Addition

Subtraction

Estimating Sums and Differences

Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

Unit 3: Multiplication and Division

Multiplication

Exponents

Division

Estimating Products and Quotients

Multiplication and Division Word Problems

Unit 4: Properties and Rules

Order of Operations

Grouping Symbols

Variables

Addition Properties

Multiplication Properties

CHAPTER 2: INTEGERS

Unit 1: Integers and The Number Line

Graphing and Writing Integers

Comparing Integers

Opposites and Absolute Value

Unit 2: Integer Operations

Addition

Subtraction

Multiplication

Division

Order of Operations

Word Problems

Unit 3: Absolute Value Operations

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

CHAPTER 3: FRACTIONS

Unit 1: Factors and Multiples

Divisibility Rules

Factors and Primes

Prime Factorization

Multiples and Least Common Multiples

Greatest Common Factor

Unit 2: Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Introduction to Fractions

Equivalent Fractions (Part I)

Lowest Terms

Equivalent Fractions (Part II)

Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers

Unit 3: Comparing Fractions

Comparing Proper Fractions

Comparing Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

Word Problems

Unit 4: Addition and Subtraction

Adding and Subtracting Like Fractions

Adding and Subtracting Unlike Fractions

Adding Mixed Numbers

Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Unit 5: Multiplication and Division

Multiplying Fractions

Multiplying Mixed Numbers

Dividing Fractions

Dividing Mixed Numbers

CHAPTER 4: DECIMALS

Unit 1: Decimal Concept

Understanding Decimals

Converting Decimals to Fractions

Converting Fractions to Decimals

Comparing Decimals

Rounding Decimals

Word Problems

Unit 2: Addition and Subtraction

Estimating Sums and Differences

Adding Decimals

Subtracting Decimals

Word Problems

Unit 3: Multiplication and Division

Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers

Multiplying Decimals by Decimals

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers

Dividing Decimals by Decimals

Word Problems

Unit 4: Scientific Notation

Powers of Ten

Converting from Scientific to Standard Notation

Converting from Standard to Scientific Notation

Unit 5: Rational and Irrational Numbers

Terminating and Repeating Decimals

Determining if a Number is Rational or Irrational

CHAPTER 5: ALGEBRAIC THINKING

Unit 1: Patterns

Patterns with Whole Numbers

Patterns with Fractions, Decimals, and Integers

Advanced Patterns

Word Problems

Unit 2: Variables and Expressions

Evaluating Expressions

Combining Like Terms

The Distributive Property

Modeling Expressions

Unit 3: One-Step Equations

Introduction to Equations

Addition Equations

Subtraction Equations

Multiplication Equations

Division Equations

Writing and Solving Equations

Unit 4: Multi-Step Equations

Two-Step Equations

Equations with the Variable on Both Sides

Equations with the Distributive Property

Modeling Two-Step Equations

Unit 5: Inequalities

Introduction to Inequalities

Solving Inequalities

CHAPTER 6: RATIO, PROPORTION, & PERCENT

Unit 1: Ratio

Introduction to Ratios

Equal Ratios

Unit Rate

Unit Price

Unit 2: Proportion

Introduction to Proportion

Solving Proportions

Word Problems

Unit 3: Percent Concept

Understanding Percents

Fractions and Percents

Decimals and Percents

Unit 4: Percent Problems

Percent of a Number

Percent One Number is of Another

Using Percent to Find a Number

Percent Increase or Decrease

Unit 5: Percent Applications

Discount

Sales Tax

Interest

CHAPTER 7: GEOMETRY

Unit 1: Lines and Angles

Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays

Classifying Lines

Angles

Measuring Angles

Complementary and Supplementary Angles

Unit 2: 2-Dimensional Figures

Angles of a Triangle

Sides of a Triangle

Polygons

Quadrilaterals

Circles

Unit 3: 3-Dimensional Figures

Classifying 3-Dimensional Figures

Nets

Perspective Drawings

Unit 4: Congruent and Similar Figures

Congruent Figures

Similar Figures

Problem Solving with Similar Figures

Symmetry

Unit 5: Graphing

The Coordinate Grid

Relations and Functions

Evaluating and Graphing Functions

Unit 6: Transformations

Transformations

Reflections

Translations

Rotations

Dilations

CHAPTER 8: MEASUREMENT

Unit 1: Units of Measurement

Customary Unit Conversions

Metric Unit Conversions

Units of Measurement

Unit 2: Perimeter and Circumference

Perimeter

Circumference

Word Problems

Unit 3: Area

Area of Squares and Rectangles

Area of Triangles

Area of Parallelograms and Trapezoids

Area of a Circle

Changing Dimensions

Word Problems

Unit 4: Surface Area and Volume

Surface Area

Volume of Prisms and Pyramids

Volume of Cylinders, Spheres, and Cones

Word Problems

Unit 5: Right Triangles

Square Roots

Using Square Roots to Solve Equations

Pythagorean Theorem

Pythagorean Triples

CHAPTER 9: PROBABILITY & STATISTICS

Unit 1: Common Graphs and Charts

Pictographs and Line Plots

Bar Graphs

Line Graphs

Circle Graphs

Unit 2: Representing Data

Stem-and-Leaf Plots and Frequency Tables

Histograms

Scatterplots and Trends

Misleading Graphs

Unit 3: Central Tendency

Range, Median, and Mode

Box-and-Whisker Plots

Mean

Word Problems

Unit 4: Probability

Simple Probability

Experimental Probability

Probability of Independent Events

Probability of Dependent Events

Simulations

Unit 5: Counting Methods

Tree Diagrams and the Counting Principle

Permutations

Combinations

CHAPTER 1: SIMPLIFYING

Unit 1: Positives and Negatives

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Unit 2: Order of Operations / Evaluation

Order of Operations

Evaluation

Unit 3: Fractions

Least Common Multiple

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Order of Operations

Evaluation

Unit 4: Absolute Value

Integers

Fractions

Unit 5: Simplifying with Variables

Combining Like Terms

Distributive Property

Distributive / Like Terms

CHAPTER 2: EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Beginning Equations

One-Step Equations

Two-Step Equations

Unit 2: Intermediate Equations

Equations with Fractions

Equations Involving Distributive

Unit 3: Advanced Equations

Variable on Both Sides

Variable on Both Sides / Fractions

Variable on Both Sides / Distributive

Unit 4: Equations with Decimals

Integer Solutions

Decimal Solutions

Unit 5: Fractions and Formulas

Fractional Solutions

Beginning Formulas

CHAPTER 3: WORD PROBLEMS

Unit 1: Introductory Word Problems

Number Problems

Consecutive Integer Problems

Geometry Problems

Percent Problems

Unit 2: Age / Value / Interest Problems

Age Problems

Value Problems

Interest Problems

Unit 3: Motion Problems

Introductory Motion Problems

CHAPTER 4: INEQUALITIES, ABSOLUTE VALUE, FUNCTIONS, GRAPHING

Unit 1: Inequalities

Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Combined Inequalities

Unit 2: Functions

The Coordinate System

Domain and Range

Definition of a Function

Function and Arrow Notation

Unit 3: Graphing

Graphing within a Given Domain

Graphing Lines

The Intercept Method

Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables

CHAPTER 5: LINEAR EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Introduction to Linear Equations and Functions

Patterns and Table Building

Word Problems and Table Building

Slope as a Rate of Change

Unit 2: Lines and Slope

Using the Graph of a Line to Find Slope

Using Slope to Graph a Line

Unit 3: Coordinates and Slope

Using Coordinates to Find Slope (Graphs and Tables)

Using Coordinates to Find Slope

Using Slope to Find Missing Coordinates

Unit 4: Slope-Intercept Form

Using Slope-Intercept Form to Graph a Line

Converting to Slope-Intercept Form and Graphing

Linear Parent Graph and Transformations

Unit 5: Writing Equations of Lines

Using Graphs and Slope-Intercept Form

Using Tables and Slope-Intercept Form

Direct Variation

Applications of Direct Variation and Linear Functions

CHAPTER 6: SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Solving Systems

By Graphing

By Addition

By Substitution

Unit 2: Word Problems

Number and Value Problems

Wind and Current Problems

Digit Problems

CHAPTER 7: EXPONENTS & POLYNOMIALS

Unit 1: Exponent Rules

The Product Rule

The Power Rule

The Quotient Rule

Unit 2: Advanced Exponent Problems

Numerical Bases and Exponents of Zero

Combining Exponent Rules

Unit 3: Multiplying Polynomials

The Distributive Property

F.O.I.L.

CHAPTER 8: FACTORING

Unit 1: Greatest Common Factor

Rules for Finding the G.C.F.

Factoring Out the G.C.F.

Unit 2: Factoring Special Polynomials

Special Trinomials with Positive Constant

Special Trinomials with Negative Constant

Difference of Two Squares

Unit 3: Advanced Trinomial Factoring

Coefficient on x2 Term, Positive Constant

Coefficient on x2 Term, Negative Constant

Unit 4: Factoring Completely

Factoring Out G.C.F. as First Step

Unit 5: Polynomial Equations

Beginning Equations

Intermediate Equations

CHAPTER 9: RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS & EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Beginning Rational Expressions

Simplifying Rational Expressions

Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

Unit 2: Advanced Rational Expressions

Adding Rational Expressions

Subtracting Rational Expressions

Unit 3: Rational Equations

Beginning Rational Equations

CHAPTER 10: RADICALS

Unit 1: Beginning Radicals

Simplifying Radicals

Multiplying Radicals

Dividing Radicals

Unit 2: Advanced Radicals

Addition and FOILing

Unit 3: Radical Equations

Beginning Equations

CHAPTER 11: QUADRATICS

Unit 1: Graphing Quadratic Functions

Linear or Quadratic

Graphs of Quadratic Functions and Beginning Transformations

Graphs of Quadratic Functions and Advanced Transformations

Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing

Unit 2: Completing The Square

Square Rooting Both Sides

Beginning Completing The Square

Unit 3: The Quadratic Formula

Beginning Quadratic Formula

CHAPTER 12: ADDITIONAL NCTM CONCEPTS

Unit 1: Algebraic Concepts

Variables, Expressions, and Equations

Translating English to Algebra

Using Manipulatives to Model Algebraic Equations

Using Algebra Tiles to Model Algebraic Equations

Field Properties

Unit 2: Patterns

Recognizing Patterns

Finding the nth Term in a Pattern

Finite Differences to Generalize a Rule

Unit 3: Functions

Dependency and Correlational Relationships

Recognizing and Evaluating Functions

Functions in Problem Situations

Domain and Range

Unit 4: Graphs of Functions

Linear and Quadratic Relationships

Parent Graphs and Transformations

Slope and Intercept

Interpreting Graphs

Unit 5: Ratio and Proportion

Direct Variation

Inverse Variation

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

Unit 1: Algebra Review

Addition and Subtraction of Integers

Multiplication and Division of Integers

Equations Involving the Distributive Property

Equations with the Variable on Both Sides

Unit 2: Basic Figures

Points, Lines, Planes, and Space

Segments, Rays, and Length

Segment Addition Postulate and Midpoint

Angles and Measure

Angle Addition Postulate and Angle Bisector

Unit 3: Reasoning

Inductive vs. Deductive Reasoning

Conditional Statements

Unit 4: Beginning Proofs

Properties

Algebra Proofs with Properties

Geometry Proofs with Midpoints and Angle Bisectors

CHAPTER 2: ANGLE PAIRS & PERPENDICULAR LINES

Unit 1: Algebra Review

Solving Systems by Addition

Solving Systems by Substitution and Method of Choice

Factoring Trinomials

Factoring Trinomials and Difference of Two Squares

Polynomial Equations

Unit 2: Angle Pairs

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 1)

Complementary and Supplementary Angles (Part 2)

Vertical Angles

Unit 3: Perpendicular Lines

Problems Involving Perpendicular Lines

Theorems Involving Perpendicular Lines

CHAPTER 3: PARALLEL LINES AND POLYGONS

Unit 1: Parallel Lines

Vocabulary

Given Lines are Parallel

Proving Lines are Parallel

Unit 2: Angles of a Triangle

Vocabulary and Triangle Sum Theorem

Algebra Problems

Word Problems and Exterior Angle Theorem

Unit 3: Polygons

Vocabulary

Sum of Interior and Exterior Angles

Regular Polygons

CHAPTER 4: TRIANGLES

Unit 1: Beginning Concepts

Congruent Figures

Proving Triangles are Congruent by SSS, SAS, and ASA

Unit 2: Advanced Concepts

Isosceles Triangle Theorems

Proving Triangles are Congruent by AAS and HL

Medians, Altitudes, and Perpendicular Bisectors

CHAPTER 5: QUADRILATERALS

Unit 1: Parallelograms

Properties of Parallelograms

Proving a Quadrilateral is a Parallelogram

More Parallel Line Theorems

Unit 2: Other Quadrilaterals

Rectangles, Rhombuses, and Squares

Trapezoids

CHAPTER 6: SIMILARITY

Unit 1: Ratio and Proportion

Ratio

Proportion

Unit 2: Similar Polygons

Properties of Similar Polygons

Angle-Angle Similarity Postulate

Word Problems

Unit 3: Theorems

SSS and SAS Similarity Theorems

Triangle Proportionality and Triangle Angle-Bisector Theorems

CHAPTER 7: RIGHT TRIANGLES

Unit 1: Simplifying Radicals

Simplifying Square Roots

Multiplying Square Roots

Dividing Square Roots

Adding and Subtracting Square Roots

Unit 2: The Pythagorean Theorem

The Pythagorean Theorem

Word Problems

Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem

Unit 3: Special Right Triangles

30-60-90 and 45-45-90 degree Triangles (Part I)

30-60-90 and 45-45-90 degree Triangles (Part II)

Unit 4: Trigonometry

Sine, Cosine, and Tangent (Part I)

Sine, Cosine, and Tangent (Part II)

Word Problems

CHAPTER 8: CIRCLES

Unit 1: Vocabulary and Tangents

Vocabulary

Tangents

Unit 2: Arcs, Central Angles, and Chords

Arcs and Central Angles

Beginning Arcs and Chords

Advanced Arcs and Chords

Unit 3: Angles and Segments

Inscribed Angles

Angles Formed by Chords, Secants, and Tangents

Unit 4: Segment Lengths

Theorems and Beginning Problems

Advanced Problems

CHAPTER 9: AREA

Unit 1: Area of Rectangles, Squares, and Parallelograms

Area of Rectangles and Squares (Part I)

Area of Rectangles and Squares (Part II)

Area of Parallelograms

Unit 2: Area of Triangles, Rhombuses, and Trapezoids

Area of Triangles

Area of Rhombuses

Area of Trapezoids

Unit 3: Area of Regular Polygons and Circles

Area of Regular Polygons

Area and Circumference of Circles

CHAPTER 10: VOLUME

Unit 1: Prisms

Vocabulary, Formulas, and Right Rectangular Prisms

Advanced Right Prisms

Unit 2: Pyramids

Vocabulary, Formulas, and Regular Square Pyramids

Advanced Regular Pyramids

Unit 3: Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres

Cylinders and Cones

Spheres

CHAPTER 1: SIMPLIFYING

Unit 1: Positives and Negatives

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Unit 2: Order of Operations / Evaluation

Order of Operations

Evaluation

Unit 3: Absolute Value

Integers

Unit 4: Simplifying with Variables

Distributive / Like Terms

CHAPTER 2: EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Beginning Equations

Two-Step Equations

Unit 2: Intermediate Equations

Equations with Fractions

Unit 3: Advanced Equations

Variable on Both Sides

Variable on Both Sides / Distributive

Unit 4: Formulas

Beginning Formulas

Advanced Formulas

CHAPTER 3: WORD PROBLEMS

Unit 1: Introductory Word Problems

Number Problems

Geometry Problems

Unit 2: Mixture / Motion Problems

Mixture Problems

Introductory Motion Problems

Advanced Motion Problems

CHAPTER 4: INEQUALITIES, ABSOLUTE VALUE, FUNCTIONS, GRAPHING

Unit 1: Inequalities

Solving and Graphing Inequalities

Combined Inequalities

Advanced Inequality Problems

Unit 2: Absolute Value

Absolute Value Equations

Absolute Value Inequalities

Unit 3: Functions

The Coordinate System

Domain and Range

Definition of a Function

Function and Arrow Notation

Unit 4: Graphing

Graphing Lines

The Intercept Method

CHAPTER 5: LINEAR EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Slope

Using the Graph of a Line to Find Slope

Using Slope to Graph a Line

Using Coordinates to Find Slope

Using Slope to Find Missing Coordinates

Unit 2: Slope-Intercept Form

Using Slope-Intercept Form to Graph a Line

Converting to Slope-Intercept Form and Graphing

Unit 3: Writing Equations of Lines

Standard Form

The Point-Slope Formula

Given Two Points

Parallel and Perpendicular

CHAPTER 6: SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Solving Systems

By Graphing

By Addition

By Substitution

Advanced Systems

Unit 2: Word Problems

Number and Value Problems

Wind and Current Problems

CHAPTER 7: EXPONENTS & POLYNOMIALS

Unit 1: Exponent Rules

The Product Rule

The Power Rule

The Quotient Rule

Unit 2: Advanced Exponent Problems

Numerical Bases and Exponents of Zero

Combining Exponent Rules

Unit 3: Multiplying Polynomials

F.O.I.L.

Advanced Problems

CHAPTER 8: FACTORING

Unit 1: Greatest Common Factor

Rules for Finding the G.C.F.

Factoring Out the G.C.F.

Unit 2: Factoring Special Polynomials

Special Trinomials with Positive Constant

Special Trinomials with Negative Constant

Difference of Two Squares

Unit 3: Advanced Trinomial Factoring

Coefficient on x2 Term, Positive Constant

Coefficient on x2 Term, Negative Constant

Unit 4: Factoring by Grouping

Basic Technique

Advanced Strategies

Unit 5: Factoring Completely

Factoring Out G.C.F. as First Step

Factoring Difference of Two Squares as Last Step

Unit 6: Polynomial Equations

Beginning Equations

Intermediate Equations

Advanced Equations

CHAPTER 9: RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS & EQUATIONS

Unit 1: Beginning Rational Expressions

Simplifying Rational Expressions

Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

Unit 2: Advanced Rational Expressions

Adding Rational Expressions

Subtracting Rational Expressions

Complex Fractions

Unit 3: Rational Equations

Beginning Rational Equations

Advanced Rational Equations

CHAPTER 10: RADICALS

Unit 1: Beginning Radicals

Simplifying Radicals

Multiplying Radicals

Dividing Radicals

Unit 2: Advanced Radicals

Addition and FOILing

Advanced Division

Unit 3: Radical Equations

Beginning Equations

Advanced Equations

CHAPTER 11: QUADRATICS

Unit 1: Completing The Square

Square Rooting Both Sides

Beginning Completing The Square

Advanced Completing The Square

Unit 2: The Quadratic Formula

Beginning Quadratic Formula

Advanced Quadratic Formula

Using The Method of Your Choice

CHAPTER 12: IMAGINARY & COMPLEX NUMBERS

Unit 1: Imaginary Numbers

Beginning Imaginary Numbers

Advanced Imaginary Numbers

Unit 2: Complex Numbers

Beginning Complex Numbers

Advanced Complex Numbers

CHAPTER 13: QUADRATIC EQUATIONS & FUNCTIONS

Unit 1: Quadratic Equations

Understanding y - k = a(x - h)2 Form

Graphing Quadratic Equations in y - k = a(x - h)2 Form

Writing Quadratic Equations in y - k = a(x - h)2 Form

Unit 2: Quadratic Functions

Graphing Quadratic Functions

The Sum and Product of Roots Formula

Writing Quadratic Functions