PRAISE FOR THE CORE KNOWLEDGE SERIES:
“A new vision for the education of America is being tested in Florida—and it works.”
“I wanted to take a moment and thank you for the knowledge I am able to give my children through your series. They absorb the information like sponges and can’t get enough of it. It is clear to me that children have the capability to learn so much more than is expected of them in most schools!” —A Parent, Florida
“Core Knowledge has increased the enthusiasm and commitment of our teachers, and our rising standardized test scores show that the program is effective.” —Gina M. McKinnon, PDC K–6, Mystic Valley Regional Charter School, Malden, Massachusetts
“We credit Core Knowledge for the improved achievement levels of our socioeconomically disadvantaged students.” —Joan Jamieson, Principal, Santa Barbara Community Academy, Santa Barbara, California
The KIndle version works great on my iPad Mini.
Use these books as a guide for every subject (english, math, history, science, art, music) and add a few workbooks like math and science to make school work easy!
I'm very pleased with this whole line of books and purchase them each year as my granddaughter enters a new year at school.
We use these books to supplement our homeschooling. Our kids enjoy them and they're always helpful to us in our lessons. Read morePublished 2 days ago by A. Vaughan
Great reference for adult who forgot how to do simply stuff.Published 1 month ago by Amenia Critchlow
Great asset for home schooling. It really helped us when developing our own curriculum.Published 3 months ago by Jonathan
The What Your --th grader Needs to Know series is a great resource to have around! While I could never use it as a curriculum, it is a great springboard for lesson ideas and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by K. Pierce
Very happy, we have beebn using this book series for a couple years now.Published 5 months ago by JustKeepSwimming
I liked this a lot. In my opinion, it was written to intimidate/motivate parents, and on that score, the math is too easy. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nebushwacker