### Engaging and Lively Saxon Math Videos

Students and parents alike love Nicole’s videos.
She’s a real person, not just a voice on a screen.
Her videos are clear, short and concise, and
her teaching is lively, motivating and fun.

#### Sample Video – Saxon Math Algebra 1

Nicole presents the new math concepts in a clear, concise, but lively format. See how she engages students in this lesson on Distributive Property of Rational Expressions with Positive Exponents. Kids love her and parents report that they finally “get it” after listening to her explanations. You’ll wish Nicole had been your math teacher.

#### Sample Video – Saxon Math 7/6

Here’s a lesson for younger learners: Writing Decimal Numbers as Fractions. Nicole is great for those students who say “I don’t like math” or those who struggle to understand how it’s all connected. Her positive attitude makes kids want to keep watching.

#### Corny Brain Breaks

Need a little break from watching Saxon Math videos? Our Corny Brain Breaks between lessons keep attention high and remind us not to take ourselves too seriously. Really, it’s just kids being kids. Our jokes are corny. We know it and we’re proud of it.

#### Video – Practice Problems

Our practice problems give students a chance to work out the problem, then walk-through the answer to see the correct process. Students can choose to do the daily lesson practice problems in the Saxon Math textbook or walk-through original problems with Nicole. And no boring practice problems here. Nicole’s practice problems are kid-friendly and fun.

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