Each lesson includes two types of videos following the topics of the Saxon Math curriculum:

- The
**Daily Lesson**which teaches the new concept - The
**Practice Set**which includes original practice problems for students to apply their learning.

Each lesson includes two types of videos following the topics of the Saxon Math curriculum:

- The
**Daily Lesson**which teaches the new concept - The
**Practice Set**which includes original practice problems for students to apply their learning.

Nicole presents the new concepts in a clear, concise and lively format where students just “get it.” To get a sense of her style, take at look at how she makes this lesson on the “Distributive Property of Rational Expressions with Positive Exponents” (wow…that’s a mouthful!) engaging. (Algebra 1: Lesson 36)

Now let’s check out something for younger learners: Writing Decimal Numbers as Fractions (Saxon Math 7/6: Lesson 35).

When it comes to math, students need practice. Nicole gives students problems to try on their own. After they’ve had a chance to practice, she shows them the correct way to do it. And no boring practice problems here. Nicole’s practice problems involve Jordans, Dancing with the Stars and Pokeman, helping to make math relatable.

Sometimes all we need is a quick trick or an easy way to remember how to do something. NICOLEisms are ways to make math memorable. Let her show you the way.

Nicole uses Corny Brain Breaks in her practice sets to keep attention high. Really, it’s just kids being kids. The jokes are corny…we know it and we’re proud of it!