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Lately I’ve been having Manipulative Organization Envy.
Well, to be fair, most days I have homeschool organization envy (my homeschool area is um… chaos). But recently on the RightStart Facebook group, I’d been seeing people using a super duper organized container for all their pieces and well… I decided I needed to try it. I had been using a large Steralite box with all our stuff in it plus a couple extra containers for the cards, but had been taking way too long to find certain pieces in preparation for each lesson.
When someone recently shared that Michael’s had this container on sale for less than $12, I had to jump on it!
So, enter: our new RightStart organization system!
Now, you may notice that I have two boxes of tiles and no clock. Reason: I happened to have two clocks – a largish one that I bought before starting RS, and the smaller one that comes with the RightStart kit and would fit perfectly in one of these boxes.
One of my oh so precious children broke that clock.
So, the bigger clock is in the bigger storage box instead of the nice compartmentalized one. It is what it is!
In addition to these things, I have 2 RightStart things that don’t fit in this system: the math balance and our wooden fraction chart (incidentally, they now make a magnetic fraction chart!). I keep these on a nearby shelf.
RightStart also have a new organization tool that I’m thinking of getting this year:
This is the Place Value and Base 10 organizer, and I think it would be awesome (as long as it didn’t get knocked over!!).
Good News! Due to the cancelation of in-person Homeschool conventions this year, RightStart is taking their convention pricing online!
(P.S. If you only want the games kit, use code Bingo20 to get it for $51.60)
(Convention specials are only valid during the stated time period and codes cannot be combined with any other discounts.)
Are you looking for a math curriculum you can use with your whole family? We’ve loved using RightStart Mathematics. 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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