2018 Summer Game #8: Doubles Memory

Today I’m going to show you a quick and easy memory game for practicing the doubles facts: Doubles Memory, game A15 in the Math Card Games book. It takes less than 10 minutes to play, so it’s easy to fit in between runs through the sprinkler… or … [Read more...]

2018 Summer Game #6: Five in a Row Solitaire

Have you ever been caught up in a solitaire game and refused to quit until you won? Of course, then you had to play again to see if you could do it again! That is what today’s game is like: addicting, aggravating, and amusing! Five in a Row … [Read more...]

Ellen on Manipulatives

“What is the Math Set for?” This is a frequently asked question. Last year, I got to meet a lot of homeschoolers at conventions. Our sales table displays manipulatives from the Math Set. They draw kids in like magnets. Kids, who have them at home, … [Read more...]

Why RightStart?

We recently got this question from Deborah via email: We currently use another math program, but I am considering switching. Do you have any reasoning to share for switching to RightStart Math? Any information to help in my decision? … [Read more...]

2017 Summer Game #18: Mental Addition

One of the many aspects that drew me to RightStart™ Math was the idea of my children learning how to do mental math. Growing up, the whole idea of mental math was fascinating to me, but it was not encouraged. And, to be honest, I really doubted my … [Read more...]

Rachel on Second Edition (RS2)

It's that time of year where we're starting to look at the upcoming school years curricula. Gwen recently asked a question about RightStart Math's Second Edition and I thought I'd share my answer with you all. Between the first edition (RS1) and … [Read more...]