Math

  • Grade 1

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 1 lays a solid foundation for learning math throughout the student’s school years. Interspersed with basic number skills are forays into geometry, our money system, mental math, and number patterns. Practical story problems with a Biblical worldview relate math to real life. The U.S. and metric measurement systems are emphasized equally. Daily speed drills, oral drills, and flash card exercises help cement addition/subtraction facts from 1-18. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more.

    The course consists of ten LightUnit workbooks, two Teacher’s Guides, Addition & Subtraction Flash Cards, My Counting Book, and the Counting Chart.

    View the course scope and sequence. A Canadian version of the course is available here.

  • Grade 2

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 2 teaches telling time, reading simple graphs, adding/subtracting multi-digit numbers with carrying/borrowing, and working with money. Students learn basic fraction concepts and measurement in both the U.S. and metric systems. Use Christian Light’s Math Diagnostic Test to place students new to the curriculum.

    Daily review of the addition/subtraction facts from 1-18 ensures mastery. Multiplication is introduced in LightUnit 206, and students memorize the tables for 0, 1, 2, 5, and 10. Practical story problems relate to a theme (which varies with each LightUnit) such as pets, grandparents, and springtime. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more.

    The course consists of ten LightUnit workbooks, two Teacher’s Guides, Addition & Subtraction Flash Cards, Multiplication & Division Flash Cards, and a Counting Chart.

    View the course scope and sequence. A Canadian version of the course is available here.

  • Grade 3

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 3 teaches new skills and concepts in incremental, continuously reviewed steps. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more. Use Christian Light’s Math Diagnostic Test to place students new to the curriculum.

    Students learn both the U.S. and metric systems of measurement. Addition & Subtraction Flash Cards and Multiplication & Division Flash Cards are required. Division is introduced in LightUnit 306, and students memorize the tables for 0-9. By the end of the course, students will have memorized multiplication tables 0 through 10. Practical story problems relate to a theme (which varies with each LightUnit) such as insects, cooking, and the ocean.

    The course consists of ten LightUnit workbooks, a Teacher’s Guide, Addition & Subtraction Flash Cards, and Multiplication & Division Flash Cards. View the course scope and sequence.

  • Grade 4

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 4 teaches new skills and concepts in incremental, continuously reviewed steps. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more. Use Christian Light’s Math Diagnostic Test to place students new to the curriculum.

    Along with general fourth-grade math skills such as long division, fractions, and decimals, Math 4 lays a foundation for later geometry and algebra. The themes in the story problems take students around the world from Italy to Australia to a science station in Antarctica. View the course scope and sequence.

    Math 4 offers two study options:

    LightUnit Study Method

    LightUnit workbooks allow students to do their work right on the page. LightUnits can be less intimidating to students and easier to handle than a textbook. The LightUnit study method consists of ten LightUnits, a Teacher’s Guide, Addition & Subtraction Flash Cards, and Multiplication & Division Flash Cards.

    Textbook Study Method

    The textbook uses the same methodology and covers the same material as the LightUnits, though the sequence is sometimes different. The textbook is more colorful than the LightUnits and makes it easier for students to refer to previous lessons. Students must write their answers on other paper (except on quizzes and tests).

    The textbook course consists of one Textbook, one pack of Student Material, and either a Teacher’s Guide or a Full Solution Answer Key (your choice). The textbook study method uses the same Addition & Subtraction Flash Cards and Multiplication & Division Flash Cards as the LightUnit course.

  • Grade 5

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 5 teaches new skills and concepts in incremental, continuously reviewed steps. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more. Use Christian Light’s Math Diagnostic Test to place students new to the curriculum.

    Along with general fifth-grade math skills of reducing, carrying and borrowing with fractions, multiplying and dividing decimals, and applying the four operations to increasingly complex problems, Math 5 continues building a foundation for later geometry and algebra. The themes in the story problems relate to Christian ministries around the world. View the course scope and sequence.

    Math 5 offers two study options:

    LightUnit Study Method

    LightUnit workbooks allow students to do their work right on the page. They can be less intimidating to students and easier to handle than a textbook. The LightUnit study method consists of ten LightUnits and two Teacher’s Guides. Two Answer Keys are optional.

    Textbook Study Method

    The textbook uses the same methodology and covers the same material as the LightUnits, though the sequence is sometimes different. The textbook is more colorful than the LightUnits and makes it easier for students to refer to previous lessons. Students must write their answers on other paper (except on quizzes and tests).

    The textbook study method consists of one Textbook, one pack of Student Material, and either a Teacher’s Guide or a Full Solution Answer Key (your choice).

  • Grade 6

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 6 teaches new skills and concepts in incremental, continuously reviewed steps. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more. Use Christian Light’s Math Diagnostic Test to place students new to the curriculum.

    Each previous grade of Sunrise Math features daily speed drills. This course assumes mastery of the number facts in all four operations, so there are no speed drills after Math 601. The course covers three-digit divisors, decimal division, area and volume, using a compass and protractor, exponents, simplifying expressions, solving equations in two steps, estimation, and graphs and statistics. Unit themes focus on noted mathematicians in history and how man has used mathematical laws to make new discoveries. View the course scope and sequence.

    Math 6 offers two study options:

    LightUnit Study Method

    LightUnit workbooks allow students to do their work right on the page. They can be less intimidating to students and easier to handle than a textbook. The LightUnit study method consists of ten LightUnits and two Teacher’s Guides. Two Answer Keys are optional.

    Textbook Study Method

    The textbook uses the same methodology and covers the same material as the LightUnits, though the sequence is sometimes different. The textbook is more colorful than the LightUnits and makes it easier for students to refer to previous lessons. Students must write their answers on other paper (except on quizzes and tests).

    The textbook study method consists of one Textbook, one pack of Student Material, and either a Teacher’s Guide or a Full Solution Answer Key (your choice).

  • Grade 7

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 7 teaches new skills and concepts in incremental, continuously reviewed steps. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more. Use Christian Light’s Math Diagnostic Test to place students new to the curriculum.

    Themes in each unit are based on Christian occupations and a Biblical worldview of business, family, and personal finances. This practical emphasis on realistic problem-solving is combined with continued advancement in geometry and pre-algebra. Algebra and geometry concepts include using formulas for area and volume problems, scale drawings, proportions, and solving and graphing linear equations on a coordinate plane. The course assumes student proficiency in basic facts and mathematical operations, but provides practice to keep skills, geometry formulas, and definitions fresh.

    The course consists of ten LightUnits and two Teacher’s Guides. Two Answer Keys are optional. View the course scope and sequence.

     

  • Grade 8

    Sunrise Edition

    Sunrise Math 8 teaches new skills and concepts in incremental, continuously reviewed steps. Concepts are tested only after being reviewed for five days or more. Use Christian Light’s Math Diagnostic Test to place students new to the curriculum.

    This course contains enough pre-algebra to be an excellent prerequisite for any Algebra I course. Students who satisfactorily complete Math 8 will be prepared for high school geometry and/or consumer math. Concepts covered include irrational square roots, Pythagorean theorem, surface area, and basic trigonometry. LightUnit 810 teaches practical business skills such as writing checks, budgeting income, and balancing an account. Themes center on Christian occupations, integrity, and generosity in personal finances.

    The course consists of ten LightUnits and two Teacher’s Guides. Two Answer Keys are optional. View the course scope and sequence.

  • Grade 9

    Sunrise Edition Algebra I

    1 Credit

    Algebra isn’t easy, but it shouldn’t intimidate students. Sunrise Algebra 1 helps students succeed by using the same methodology of incremental teaching and continuous review found in elementary Sunrise Math. Students will appreciate the reference numbers after each direction line that indicate the lesson where the concept was previously taught. “Math in History” notes spark students' interest and broaden their knowledge.

    Algebra 1 is available in two formats: a textbook or 10 LightUnits. The exercises are the same in both the LightUnits and the textbook. The textbook is more colorful than the LightUnits. View the course scope and sequence.

    Textbook Study Method

    The textbook requires students to work the exercises on a separate paper. It is easier to refer to previous lessons using the textbook. The quiz/test pack must be purchased separately for the textbook study.

    LightUnit Study Method

    The LightUnit study option allows students to work exercises directly in the LightUnits. The quizzes and tests are included in the LightUnits and do not need to be ordered separately.

    Solution Keys

    The solution keys are the same for both study methods. They feature a complete list of steps for each problem to make it easy to find errors in students’ work.

  • Grade 10

    Geometry

    1 Credit

    Math 10 is a Geometry course. Because this is not a Sunrise Edition course, the material is presented in larger sections rather than daily lessons. Each section ends with a self test, which is similar to a quiz.

    This course is based on a math course from Alpha Omega Publications. It includes ten LightUnit workbooks and five Answer Keys. A Teacher’s Guide with answers is also available. Each LightUnit workbook can be completed in about three weeks.

    1001 A Mathematical System

    1002 Proof

    1003 Angle Relationships and Parallels

    1004 Congruent Triangles and Quadrilaterals

    1005 Similar Polygons

    1006 Circles

    1007 Construction and Locus

    1008 Area and Volume

    1009 Coordinate Geometry

    1010 Geometry Review

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  • Grade 11

    Algebra II

    1 Credit

    Math 11 is an Algebra II course. Because this is not a Sunrise Edition course, the material is presented in larger sections rather than daily lessons. Each section ends with a self test, which is similar to a quiz.

    This course is based on a math course from Alpha Omega Publications. It includes ten LightUnit workbooks and five Answer Keys. A Teacher’s Guide with answers is also available. Each LightUnit workbook can be completed in about three weeks.

    1101 Sets, Structures, and Function

    1102 Numbers, Sentences, and Problems

    1103 Linear Equations and Inequalities

    1104 Polynomials

    1105 Algebraic Fractions

    1106 Real Numbers

    1107 Quadratic Relations and Systems

    1108 Exponential Functions

    1109 Counting Principles

    1110 Algebra 2 Review

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  • Grade 12

    Functions and Trigonometry

    1 Credit

    Math 12 covers Functions and Trigonometry. Because this is not a Sunrise Edition course, the material is presented in larger sections rather than daily lessons. Each section ends with a self test, which is similar to a quiz.

    This course is based on a math course from Alpha Omega Publications. It includes ten LightUnit workbooks and five Answer Keys. A Teacher’s Guide with answers is also available. Each LightUnit workbook can be completed in about three weeks.

    1201 Relations and Functions

    1202 Functions

    1203 The Trigonometric Functions

    1204 The Circular Functions and Their Graphs

    1205 Identities and Functions of Multiple Angles

    1206 Application of Trigonometric Functions

    1207 Trigonometric Functions and Polar Coordinates

    1208 Quadratic Equations

    1209 Probability

    1210 Calculus and Review

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