The enVisionMATH 2011 1st Grade Homeschool Bundle includes: Student Edition Worktext, MindPoint® Quiz Show CD-ROM, Teacher Edition CD-ROM, and Parent Guide
Student Edition Worktext: The Visual Learning Bridge teaches math concepts step-by-step with purposeful, sequential illustrations while connecting learning activities and lesson exercises. The tear-'n-take tablet contains a workmat and recording space to support daily hands-on, interactive learning.
“My son loved the bright, colorful pages. It picked up right where Kindergarten math left off so it was great for him to get a little jump-start on first grade.” Homeschooling My Miracles web blog
“There is a constant thread of ‘Let’s do math,’ instead of just solving random equations. I like this approach and have been pleased with enVisionMath’s way of presenting math topics and of leading kids through problem-solving exercises.” Fenced In Family web blog
MindPoint® Quiz Show CD-ROM: Multiple-choice questions in a game-show format give your child additional math practice. Ideal for children to play on their own or with you involved.
Teacher Edition CD-ROM: Contains the entire contents of the Teacher's Edition with easy navigation. Includes customizable lesson plans, teaching guides, reviews and assessments, and numerous printable resources in .pdf format all organized in a friendly, easy-to-use format. Macintosh/Windows Dual Compatibility
Parent Guide: This guide walks you through the program highlighting the main elements of the student and teacher materials and provides guidance on setting up your lesson plan, pacing, and adapting the curriculum to fit your family.
Windows: Minimum Processor: Pentium II 233MHz; Minimum System: Windows 2000 (SP4/XP (SP2); Memory: 256MD; CD/DVD Speed: 8X; Hard Drive Space: 40MB (20MB for Lite Version).
Macintosh: Minimum Processor: Power Mac 200MHz; Minimum System: OS 10.3.9 (Classic mode required. Will not work on Intel based Macs.); Memory 256; CD/DVD Speed: 8X; Hard Drive Space: 32MB (20MB for Lite version).
*NOTE: Program does not work on Mac OS 10.6 and above.