RightStart™ Mathematics Level G Second Edition Book Bundle
- BB G
Learn middle school mathematics hands-on and visually using a geometric approach. With a drawing board, T-square, triangles, compass, and goniometer, the student explores fractions, area, ratios, angles, Pythagorean theorem, and square roots. Circles, pi, arcs, along with reflections, rotations, and symmetry are taught all the while practicing arithmetic, fractions, and decimals. Some algebraic concepts are introduced. The history of mathematics is woven throughout the lessons. Daily card games are included in the lessons. Students work independently. No prior work with RightStart Math is necessary to complete this level.
If you are new to RightStart Math, you will also need the RS2 Geometry Set (2GS), which includes all of tools you will use along with your Book Bundle.
If you already have the Math Set utilized in the RightStart Math elementary program, then you will also need to add the RS2 Geometry Set Short (2GS). This small kit will contain the two additional manipulatives needed for levels G and H that are not included within the Math Set.
At first I was hesitant to buy this bundle and accompanying manipulative due to expense, but after reading other reviews, I decided to purchase it. I have been so pleased with this math learning system for my sixth grade son. I love how everything is spelled out for the parents as teachers. I love the pace, the review, the games, and the thoroughness of the curriculum. I highly recommend Right Start math products!
My kiddo has struggled with math in (private) school for YEARS! This year, I chose to homeschool and purchased Right Start Math for her. Now, she LOVES math and actually understands what is being taught. She self-selects to do math first thing every single day and sometimes does two lessons in one day because she enjoys it so much. Being that I was not great at math in school, I was so worried that I would not be able to teach her at this level, so I love that the lessons are also teaching her to teach herself. We sometimes do the lessons together and I’m (re)learning the concepts as well!
This is an interesting spin for our math lessons. So far my son LOVES the independence of the Level G curriculum. Of course it helps that it is geometry which he finds fun.