Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links. Any purchase you make using them will help support my blog - thanks! You know, it's funny. Before teaching my kids from a math curriculum, I never really considered that the months of the year, days of the week, or whether something was above, below, or between another object… Continue reading It’s Spring! Let’s go outside!
RightStart Math recently won some exciting awards and recognitions. And are you using the correct language for math? Dr. Cotter's recent blog post talks about why you shouldn't use these non-math terms or made up words in math.
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This year, I want to spend MORE of my time doing what I love and LESS of my time on things I'm SUPPOSED to do each day - like prepping dinner! Do you need to streamline your life too? Read more...
Oh friends, the Homeschooling winter slump is a real thing! Between snow days, holidays, and general interruptions, we have hardly got any math done in the last few weeks! But, spring is coming. Amiright?
Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links! 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… Continue reading Free Printable: RightStart Math Progress Chart
Looking to supplement your kids' math over the winter? Today is the last day of the RightStart holiday sale, so it's a great time to grab some of their resources at low prices! Right now, you can mix and match with the individual game kids (such as clock, fractions, math corner games), or get the… Continue reading RightStart Math – Holiday Sale!