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Four-Year-Old Aspen and RightStart™ Mathematics Level A Lessons, Installment #2

Maren has continued to work with her daughter, Aspen. Let’s hear how it’s been progressing….. January 25, 2012 Aspen has been showing great understanding of organizing items by size in Level A. She is able to take any type of items and organize ... Read More

“It’s spelled wrong, Mama!”

Young Anson, a precocious four years of age, was playing the Zero Game as part of RightStart™ Level A, lesson 16. Numbers from 0 to 10 & tally numbers of the same are on slips of paper, folded, and placed in a bucket. Part way into the game, ... Read More

Love to Cut and Paste

A Twitter post we want to share! We love @RightStartMath because we get to cut and glue! Thanks for sharing with us. @ServingFromHome   ... Read More

Valentine’s Day Applied Math

In a small school district in North Dakota, elementary students make Valentine’s Day card boxes to collect cards from their friends. Some students just write their name on their boxes, others go all out. Here’s what Kylee created. Notice how ... Read More

What are Check Numbers?

Check numbers are a method of checking addition. Sometimes, this is called Casting out Nines. Check numbers also works with subtraction, multiplication, and division. I like to think of check numbers as a cool tool for my math toolbox. Some people ... Read More

Math Day School Event

Kulm Public School, located in Kulm North Dakota, is using the RightStart™ Mathematics curriculum. In November, they had a math day for the entire elementary school with great success. Let me tell you all about it. About a month before the event, ... Read More