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  • Hello.  Algeblocks are great to make algebra problems more hands on and helps with visualizing the problems. I also like khan academy videos. They do a good job of covering the material or for when students get stuck on an idea. Happy tutoring! ------------------------------ ...

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    Hello, I am new to this forum and I was wondering what will the next book that will be discussed? Thank you ------------------------------ Abel Munoz Nashville TN ------------------------------

  • ​hello, I am a parent of a learning disabled teen entering 9th grade. My son is AWFUL in math and is drowning in algebra now. Freshman year will be no different. What tools/books do you recommend- something that starts basic so I can help him over the ...

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