Summer Games

It is almost summertime. And for many of you, it’s either the end of school or very close to the end. Whoo-hoo! Happy dance! After twenty-three years of homeschooling, I still get excited for summer. About seven years ago, we started schooling … [Read more...]

Spring Fever!

Are you struggling to keep your kids motivated to finish out the school year? This time of year both moms and kids are ready for a break to the routine. Here are some ideas that might help revitalize your math lessons and hopefully, get you through … [Read more...]

RightStart™ Resolutions for a New Year

Now that my children are mostly graduated, I look back at my time schooling. As a mother of five RightStart kids, I am going to share some of my findings to encourage you and help you kick off a RightStart kind of year. BE CONSISTENT. B-E … [Read more...]

Summer Game #5: Concentrating on One

Well! We had a super windy week up here in North Dakota. I picked up tree branches, twigs, and leaves from my lawn every day. I’d have it all cleaned up, then I’d look out the window again and it looked just as bad. Some friends took their camper 45 … [Read more...]

Summer Game #2: Math Balance Addition

So how’s the summer so far? It’s been great up here in Hazelton, North Dakota. The days are getting long – almost 16 hours of official sunlight! First light is at 5:10 am and last light is 10:09 pm, so it’s even longer when you’re outside and … [Read more...]

Struggling Learner: Counting Challenges

We’ve had some conversations lately with parents of children who are struggling with counting. Sharon writes: “Any tips for children with dyscalculia? My daughter has had a horrible time learning to count. She is now 7 and still has a very hard time … [Read more...]