Around here, we LOVE Saxon Math! We wouldn’t want to change our choice of Saxon Math.


The P-R-E-P is no joke! The prep is enough to turn teachers into procrastinators. Especially if the teacher hasn’t prepped ahead of time.

Has this ever been you?

It is time to start Saxon math on Monday morning. You open the gargantuan Saxon Math teacher book to discover you were supposed to create some cards with meticulously drawn apples on them. (Oh, and go apple picking and pass them out to all your friends and neighbors with instructions to count all the seeds in each apple as they eat them).

If you are like me, you took one look at all that and said: “NO! I will just put it off and we can do that tomorrow.” And then life got in the way.

Tuesday morning…Saxon math time again. You still haven’t made those cards. You still haven’t gone to the grocery store. By the time you get around to making those cards and buying those apples, it is a week or more later. And you are off track…again!

Days (and weeks) like this caused us to take a full calendar year and a half to make it through our first year of Saxon Math. The next year, we started in September and finished in early April. We stayed on track!! I cracked the code. <high fives!>

BUT there was STILL all that prep!

This year, I came up with a solution that WORKS!! Now I can do my simple Saxon Math prep (2 times a month) in record time. I can print and cut out (if necessary) the resources I need for the next 2 weeks and slip them into my Saxon Math folder. DONE!! So SIMPLE!

Now, I am teaching TWO levels of Saxon Math AND staying on track!!

This offer is good only for the next 30 minutes

What’s in the Teacher Companions

I put together all the “night before” resources and charts,

all the extras,

the shapes of specific sizes,

the flash cards,

the construction paper projects.

AND yes, those apple cards!!

I put them all into TEACHER COMPANIONS for SAXON MATH 1, 2, and, 3. And I am sharing them with you for a limited-time offer.

The regular price for all four of the Saxon Math Teacher Companions is $30. If you buy now, you get the entire set of Saxon Math Teacher Companions (years K, 1, 2, and 3) for $15!!

What’s in the Teacher Companion – Saxon Math 1

Saxon Math 1 is the most prep intensive of the early elementary years. The Teacher Companion stretched itself onto 100 pages(!!) of material – that is a LOT of prep – DONE for you!

There’s those blessed apples ready for you to print and cut.

If you “just can’t” anymore with the Saxon Math 1 prep, the Saxon Math Teacher Companion is the perfect fit for you!

This is just the first year Teacher Companion! There are three more! Get ALL FOUR NOW for this limited time offer.

What’s in the Teacher Companion – Saxon Math 2

If you are looking for something to turn Saxon Math 2 into a more open-and-go curriculum, the Saxon Math Teacher Companion is the perfect fit for you!

The perfectionist in you will appreciate the chalkboard resources in this pack. Look at those perfect circles!

Remember, this group of Teacher Resources includes everything you need for years K, 1, 2, and 3!

What’s in the Teacher Companion – Saxon Math 3

If you are looking forward to the freedom of the upper elementary years, but you are still stuck prepping and teaching Saxon Math 3, the Saxon Math Teacher Companion is for you!

There are 140 of these problems of the day, prepped for you!

Now, you can get ALL these resources, from Kindergarten through year Three, for an incredible price.

What’s In the Teacher Companion-

Saxon Math K

This brand-new resource was added to the Teacher Companion pack by popular demand! It is jam-packed with long-term use math resources for your littlest learners. If you are starting out with Saxon K and want the prep to be as gentle as the curriculum, the Saxon K Teacher Companion is your new best friend!

There are 10 of these geoboard templates for you (no midnight coloring session required)!

Now, you can get ALL these resources, from Kindergarten through year Three, for an incredible price.

No thanks I love hours of prep for Saxon Math, please take me where I was going.