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Free Printable: RightStart Math Progress Chart

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

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Math: Toddlers & Staying Flexible

When people learn that I homeschool AND have a toddler, I'm often asked what she does while I'm teaching. Her favorite thing to do, actually, is participate! Her favorite time of day is Math lesson because she just ADORES all the manipulatives! I have an Ikea abacus that she plays with during our lessons, but… Continue reading Math: Toddlers & Staying Flexible

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5 and 4 is 9: Visualizing Quantities with Fingers

*Contains affiliate links One of the foundational concepts RightStart Math* teaches in Level A is the ability to visualize a quantity without counting it. The author points out that as humans, we are designed to visually understand quantity in groups of 5 because we have 5 fingers on each hand. The curriculum spends a lot of… Continue reading 5 and 4 is 9: Visualizing Quantities with Fingers