A gifted math teacher can spark enthusiasm and build confidence in his students. I know, because I had one such teacher.

Mr. Muir could bring math to life. His excitement about all things math was tangible, inspiring my determination to master each new topic. I admit I never loved geometry, but with the help of my amazing teacher, I made it through and went on to genuinely love Algebra II.

Eventually I tested out of basic math class in college, and I still enjoy the challenge of math to this day. If only I could pass along that spark to my children!

Instead, though, I find my tongue twisting and my mind racing ahead. I struggle immensely to present new math concepts clearly. I can *show*, but not *explain*.

Ultimately we decided to use videos to teach math lessons–that was one of the very best decisions we have made for our homeschool.

*I received free access to this product and was compensated for my time. All thoughts and opinions are my own; I was not required to post a positive review.*

## Teaching Saxon Math with Videos

Nicole the Math Lady has developed an excellent **online video curriculum for Saxon Math**. With an engaging teaching style and a genuine passion for math, Nicole can spark that enthusiasm that kids need in order to conquer the math mountain.

The video lessons cover **Saxon Math middle school books**:

- Saxon Math 7/6
- Saxon Math 8/7
- Saxon Math Algebra 1/2
- Saxon Math Algebra 1

Lessons for the odd-numbered chapters available on YouTube for free, but all the lessons and practice sets are available on the website.

## What We Love About Online Saxon Math Videos

### 1. Videos are available online.

I’m a huge fan of keeping homeschool portable *(car-schooling, anyone?)*, and lugging a laptop and DVD around is most certainly NOT portable in my book. Nicole the Math Lady’s lessons are available online and are accessible via mobile devices, as well as computers.

My teen son, Collin, loves the idea of being able to watch his math lessons on his iPod! *Super convenient!*

### 2. Lessons are brief.

We have used other Saxon Math video lessons that were incredibly time-consuming. My teens and tweens dreaded math every day, in part because it took so long to complete. With Nicole the Math Lady, lessons are divided up by topic, with each topic getting its own short, to-the-point video.

### 3. Learning is fun!

Yes, I DID say *fun*! Nicole didn’t earn her title of “Math Lady” with boring, monotone lectures. *(Yep, we’ve had those before.) *

If other Saxon Math videos could be considered a math encyclopedia, then Nicole the Math Lady would be the “living book” of math. Her use of “NICOLEisms”–mnemonic devices, silly songs, and other strategies–helps make math both memorable and fun.

**See for yourself:**

**BIG WIN!** Within the first 5 minutes of watching the videos, Collin asked me if he could continue using Nicole the Math Lady for his math lessons. *My kid actually wanting to do math? Amazing!!*

## More About Nicole the Math Lady

**Nicole the Math Lady offers two membership options:**

- Single Grade Membership – $49 a year
- All Grades Membership – $79 a year

Both options include the **By Topic Membership**. *(See the full list of topics.) *Although the curriculum is designed especially for Saxon Math users, the By Topic videos and practice sets are an excellent resource for middle school students who are using other math programs, as well.

The By Topic videos can be used as the main math instruction or for extra practice, review, or intervention.

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Get a FREE one-week trial of Nicole the Math Lady’s online videos when you use the code **Free1Week-nhi**.

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Angela says

I need algebra 2. Do know of anyone else who is doing this? Thanks

Judy Hoch says

Mr. D Math offers online Algebra II classes! You can find more info here. 🙂

Susan Gardner says

This looks great! Are the lessons updated with each new Saxon book update/version?

Judy Hoch says

Susan, I’d suggest checking with Nicole to be sure about that. I do know she was going through and updating videos recently but I’m not sure which ones or why.

Hollie says

Is the cost per year?

Judy Hoch says

Yes, it is a yearly membership, Hollie.

Hollie says

Thank you

Amy Downing says

I am looking for help for my daughter with Saxon Geometry. It is way out of my. League of things I remember… could you cover any of the geometry? Or recommend someone who might be able to help? We have the CDs that come with the set but there is still some confusion.