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Today I decided I needed a progress chart to help motivate my son in our math lessons. (And for me it’s helpful to have a visual reminder on the wall that we need to get some lessons done!). I had found a similar progress chart in the RightStart Facebook group but thought I’d make one that more resembled the RightStart abacus (with shaded beads) and could work for any level of the curriculum.
To use it, simply print out as many pages as you need and cross out the ones on the second page that go beyond the number of lessons in the book.
Are you looking for a math curriculum you can use with your whole family? We’ve loved using RightStart Mathematics this year. You can learn more by checking out the rest of my blog posts on this curriculum, or visiting the RightStart website to get started!
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