Introduce your child to algebraic principles combined with fun, interactive lessons from Monarch Algebra I. Available 24/7, this online Alpha Omega curriculum uses games and videos to help high school homeschoolers learn variables, equations, factors, radical expressions, quadratic equations, functions, and story problems. Purchase of this individual Monarch course grants access to one child for 18 months beginning on the date of activation.
No installation is required with Monarch Algebra I. Within seconds, your homeschooler can be enjoying the excitement of an online education without waiting and without shipping costs. This online Alpha Omega curriculum, which can be used with Windows® or Macintosh® systems, has access to numerous multimedia elements to enhance learning. Interactive tools in this Monarch homeschool course such as video and audio clips, interactive games, and animation make learning algebra easy.
Monarch Algebra I also includes time-saving features for parents like automatic grading and lesson planning. Approximately 85% of your teenager's work is graded by the Monarch homeschool program. Multiple printing options allow you to print entire assignments for additional homework or hands-on review. Enhanced security features reduce opportunities for cheating on tests and quizzes. Lessons are automatically saved, so there is no need to create backup files. Monarch Algebra I also has integrated, step-by-step solution keys. Take the dread out of high school algebra with Monarch Algebra I from Alpha Omega Publications. Order your online math curriculum today.
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- Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 11 & 10)
- Mozilla Firefox (current version)
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*While a number of touchscreen-specific features are built into Windows 10, we do not officially support touchscreen interactions at this time.