Key To Curriculum Review

The Key To... series is an instructional workbook series with seven topics, which include fractions, decimals, percent, measurement, metric measurement, algebra, and geometry. The geometry program does not include proofs.

The series can be used for grades four through twelve and may be used independently by the students. It is commonly thought of as a supplemental program to more complete programs and can be used for students needing to catch up or cement concepts in one or more areas, or to cover gaps in mathematical learning. It is also successfully used with students who are advanced and who benefit from adding new concepts to their math programs regularly.

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Key Curriculum Press 
Key Curriculum Press Algebra Review Used over the last 8 years and currently using Likes: Key to Algebra books have been a life-saver for this "we …

Key to Geometry booklets are affordable and good for math-phobics! 
Product: Key to Geometry Levels Used: Whole set Dates Used: About 4 years ago and currently Likes: Key to Geometry books are small, simply-presented, …

Key to Series 
We have used the algebra, fractions and decimals books. I really like these books. I love the way they teach you consistently. The only problem is that …

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