Spotlight on Kids

This page is dedicated to our RightStart™ kids. They are proud to say they got a RightStart™ in Math!

If you have work or photos that you want to show to the world, send it in and we will get it posted for all to see.

We had a mom give us some great feedback about her daughter recently. She asked her daughter to count by 10’s to 200. She did fine up to 100 but was stuck after that so they pulled out the Place Value Cards to practice. After that her daughter did not want to stop! She went all the way to 1000.

We received some great artwork from Fiona from Qatar that her child did. It’s a great use of what they are learning in Level B!

Check out this awesome Halloween Fractal!

Andrew is loving the program, especially working with the Geometry Panels!


Here’s a great Tessellation from Level G, by Jaya:

Here are some drawings from one of our Level G students, Jaya, when working on rotations:

Not that I encourage drawing  all over her notebook, but sometimes there are exceptions?

I came back from helping her brother and found it.

RightStart Mathematics Doodling

Sean worked incredibly hard to use his drawing tools to make this incredible replica of the Titanic after doing some lessons in Level C:

Ship using Drawing Tools

Elana has been very creative with this wonderful piece of bead work. Notice the T-Square and triangle?


Wonderful use of the Tessellation exercise: Look at the lovely pianos:


Jeremiah doing an activity from Level B, Lesson 31

Cotter Tens Fractal girl Cotter Tens Fractal happiness Cotter Tens Fractal group Cotter Tens Fractal boy
Cotter Tens Fractals



Dune Buggies Tessellation – Geometric Approach Lesson 108


Megan’s Tessellation – Geometric Approach Lesson 108


Escher-type tessellation by Weston Adams – Geometric Approach Lesson 108




What our Customers Are Saying

Thank you so much for your Right Start Math Curriculum. I have been using it for 3 years with my son and my daughter is beginning her second year. I love the strategies you use for teaching math and the lessons are fun to teach.
Jennifer Traugott