Using Teacher's Keys to Create Worksheets (Abeka)

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Using Teacher's Keys to Create Worksheets (Abeka)

Postby sequined_seahorse » Thu Apr 10, 2008 11:16 am

Hello! This is new for me, so if this topic has been covered I apologize.

I am planning on homeschooling my daughter in the 08-09 school year. I am looking at Abeka math (grade 3), which is what her school uses. I am also looking at buying used books to save money, but I am having a problem with finding a worktext that is worth using. Buying new isn't out of the question, but used would save a lot of money.

Can I just make worksheets with the teacher's keys? Have any of you done this? Would I be making too much work for myself or is it totally doable?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated! :)

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Postby 4given » Thu Apr 10, 2008 8:50 pm

It would be extremely rare to find a used workbook unless someone purchased it and then didn't use it.

ABeka is heavy on worksheets. Imo, you would be creating alot of work for yourself if you tried to simulate them.

I would advise you to find as many used teacher and student texts (answer keys, readers, etc.) as you can and purchase workbooks new.

HTH :)


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