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The new revised beginning level lessons will build a firm foundation with number sense through quantity recognition and visualization strategies using the AL Abacus. RS2 Level A helps the child understand quantities based around 5s and 10s. This level includes addition and subtraction to 10, place value to the hundreds, and some basic geometry and measurement. Money and clocks are introduced. Problem solving is emphasized.
RS2 Level A Book Bundle includes the Lessons, choice of Worksheets, Yellow is the Sun book, and the Level A Appendix Pages
You will also need the materials used within the curriculum, which are available in the kit below:
If you are teaching this level to more than one child, you will need these duplicate items:
Posted by Unknown on 30th Aug 2016
We purchased this for our 4.5 year old for our first year of homeschooling (Kindergarten). We have finished lesson 36 and are happy with the layout of the lessons, manipulatives and math games. I find that some lessons move very quickly for us but we are able to either expand on the skills or practice further skills. For the times where the concept was more challenging I have been able to easily add in more practice of the concept at the same lesson or next lesson based on what is presented in the lessons and explanations. We plan to continue with Level B.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Jul 2016
Great amount of time and contact with each lesson.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jun 2016
This has been an amazing first year homeschooling using Right Start Math level A. Everything is hands on which helps my visual & kinesthetic learner really have fun touching, and holding the manipulative while learning math concepts. We're at the very end of the book working on fractions, and I am blown away that my kindergartner understand fractions? I never understood fractions, and now I can do fractions to! We both can see fractions mentally, and now it's a breeze. Thank you Right Start Math for making math enjoyable to teach, and helping my kind of learner really get math. I Looking forward to starting Level B in a few weeks!
Posted by Unknown on 29th Mar 2016
We really enjoy the curriculum, the only negative aspect is the price.
Posted by Josie on 21st Mar 2016
My son needs a lot of hands on learning and this is perfect for him. Loving it!
Posted by Charlene on 19th Mar 2016
I'm very thankful that we found Right Start. This was our first year homeschooling, first year using this company's products. It was a great year. I did balk at some of the lessons wondering at the relevance of information at times, or the approach. I was able to see that 99% if it made since and tied in sensibly, in later lessons.
The only thing in level A that I didn't agree with was having the student write and rewrite their numbers to make a complete 12 month calendar within the time span of one or two lessons. I though that was an exceedingly tedious requirement for this age and ability level. My son also had a lot of difficulty with handwriting. We worked on number writing in other ways, and had a printed calendar available to reference. (That's one of the great things about homeschooling!) For my next child, I think I'll spread it out and have him fill out the next month's page as one month ends... maybe once a week, spread it out somehow.
Otherwise, I look forward to continuing with Right Start, especially because of all the great manipulative; and the size of/time spent on lessons was age appropriate.
Posted by Beth on 22nd Jan 2016
I was really worried about teaching math, but it is fun for me and the kids!
Posted by Unknown on 26th Oct 2015
Just started RightStart, having a hard time with it. It was highly recommended for my daughter, who happens to have Down syndrome. She is not responding well the program. I never liked using Talley marks with her. I was hoping for the lessons to be more detailed.
Posted by Melissa on 6th Oct 2015
We just started RightStart and Im in love!
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