## What kind of math is Teaching Textbooks?

Teaching Textbooks is a computer-based math program with levels beginning in 3rd grade and progressing all the way up to Pre-Calculus.

### Is Teaching Textbooks common core math?

The program is not common core aligned, instead it teaches math the way we learned it. However, Teaching Textbooks is used by Seton, a nationally accredited homeschool curriculum. You won’t be disappointed with the quality of the program.

**Does Teaching Textbooks have Calculus?**

Each level of Teaching Textbooks high school math is equivalent to a full high school credit and they currently offer Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. A quick look at the gradebook will show you if a lesson is FULLY complete. This is one of my FAVORITE new features that has been added to the program.

**How many lessons are in Teaching Textbooks geometry?**

110 lessons

Teaching Textbooks Geometry Version 2.0 includes 16 chapters and 110 lessons that teach students the fundamental basics of geometry up through more difficult topics such as coordinate geometry, theorems, properties, and postulates.

## Is Masterbooks math too easy?

Masterbooks has a reputation for being “too easy”, or “not enough” by some homeschoolers. If you just flip through the book and glance at a day’s work, you’ll see why that is. One day of math usually consists of 1 page, sometimes 2.

### How many lessons are in teaching textbooks geometry?

**Is Teaching Textbooks algebra good?**

If you struggle teaching math to your children, Teaching Textbooks is a great tool. However, it doesn’t build much review or standardized test prep into the lessons. If your child struggles with tests and retention I recommend supplementing this curriculum with math test prep.

**Do you need Internet for Teaching Textbooks?**

Online is a bit of a misnomer for the new version as well, because the 4.0 Teaching Textbooks programs rely on downloads to your computer. Constant internet access is not required which makes it a fabulous option for those who don’t consistently have a great internet connection or who are roadschooling.