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2018 Summer Game #4: Lowest in the Corners

We played this game, Lowest in the Corners, game P18 in the Math Card Games book, with four people ages 9 to adult. At first, I thought it may be difficult for Peter, the 9-year-old, but he had no problem catching on after we played an open-handed ... Read More

2018 Summer Game #3: Tens and Ones Bingo

Bingo! All the math bingo games have been winners with my kids but Tens and Ones Bingo, game N40 in the Math Card Games book, is particularly suited for those learning how to form numbers up to 99. Three children played this game today. We only ... Read More

2018 Summer Game #2: Magic Squares Memory

Beth and I might have had a tussle over who got to write about this next game if it weren’t for the fact that we live about 1300 miles apart. Opps, sorry Beth, that should say “about 2092 km.” Beth's from Canada.  :)  This is her son’s favorite game ... Read More

2018 Summer Game #1: Corners Speed

Whether you are winding up your school year or still plowing on, we invite you to join us in a summer of math games. For the next 14 weeks, Beth, Lisa, and I will be sharing some of our favorite RightStart™ Math card games. It is easy to get bogged ... Read More

RS2 Level F, Lesson 105

Lesson 105 in RS2 Level F is titled Dividing Fractions on a Fraction Chart. This lesson is very critical to understanding division of fractions. Yes, when dividing fractions we are generally taught to just invert and multiply. But why? Why does this ... Read More

RS1 Level G, Lesson 92

We just had a student email us with questions about Level G, Lesson 92. Well, actually, it was Worksheet 92-2, problem 5. Obviously, we need to see what the problems looks like. Here is the first problem. We are given an object and are to ... Read More