Anna Knotts

My daughter is in 4th grade this year. Math has always been a struggle for her, as it was for her father. I discovered that she has dyslexia (which is hereditary). I didn’t realize that had any effect on math, but I found out that people with dyslexia cannot learn with rote memorization or sequential skills. This makes it harder for them to remember math facts or how to do algorithms. Before I knew about dyslexia, I started using the RightStart Curriculum and saw that this program worked for her. Now I know why. The patterns, visualization, and hands on approach are perfect for dyslexic people. She understands and enjoys math and is right on track with the rest of her class. My other children are also using the Math Games in their lessons. We all love RightStart Math. It is intuitive and concept based. Thank you for restoring my hope and her confidence.

Anna Knotts
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