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  1. My 8yo son is currently using Horizons 3rd grade math. We both like the worksheets and that it has built in review. He's moving through it fine, but I feel like we're reaching a point where he is looking for more of the "why" not just the "how". I'm not looking to abandon the curriculum entirely, but I'm looking for something to add to round out the conceptual side of math that I feel is lacking. I've seen a lot of people talking positively about RightStart, Singapore (I see there are 2 options, Dimensions Math and Primary Math - happy to hear about both of these), and Math in Focus and
  2. I know these editions are new. Has anyone done RS and gone on through levels G and H? My son is in level F (fifth grade) and I'm trying to figure out what to do for middle school and beyond. I emailed RS asking about the progression they used to recommend (starting videotext midway through the old level G) and I got the following response. We now have a Second Edition Level G and Level H that has taken the place of First Edition Level G. There was a lot of work done with the First Edition Level G that provides the teacher and the student with many improvements that help the student
  3. I am currently using RightStart 2nd edition A and C with my children. I really like the lessons and its clicking with my kids. I will do D and B next year. However i have 2 additional littles and getting to games often enough is hard and getting harder. I see D says to play games at lest 3X a week. Has anyone found some other way to drill and practice other than just making up problems like are in the game you missed? Any thoughts are appreciated...thanks
  4. Has anyone used Ray's for Today? It seems fairly new so I can't find much about it. My daughter is in RSA right now, and I keep looking at RSB and thinking that it won't review enough of A for her to move up a level. I feel like A is moving too quickly, but I didn't worry because everyone said B would repeat much of A. But the table of contents doesn't seem to reflect that. I have an older daughter in Singapore, but I can't see that meshing well with this daughter. I hate to lose what ground she HAS gained with RS and really don't want to give up that abacus as a teaching tool. I can'
  5. We're about halfway through the geometry/drawing section in RightStart C (2nd ed.), and we are LOVING it! I read SO MANY testimonies about moms/kids who hated this part of the book, how they could never draw anything accurately, how the entire section was skipped, etc. I just wanted to put this out there because that has not been our experience at all. It's really been a breath of fresh air. After going through a fairly intense (for my daughter) subtraction section, this has been a great break for us. After continuing to play a lot of the subtraction games, I'm optimistic that she will have mo
  6. Hello! I was wondering if RS math ever went on sale? Thanks.
  7. If you live in Canada, where do you buy Rightstart products? I avoided getting the card games the last 2 years, but I found the set of cards only (Canadian version) on an inventory clearance sale at CHER. They aren't going to carry Rightstart anymore. In photos the cards always looked handmade and cheap and not worth $35, but the ones I just received look great and are a laminated material. If I had known this before I would not have waited so long to buy them. In any event, we now have the cards and have played some of the games that have instructional videos online. I would like to
  8. I'm Copy/pasting this from the RightStart Yahoo Message board, where I originally posted this. I've been using RS for a few years it seems, but this spring I finally found a way that is the most efficient for me and my family. I find that our lessons go smoother (thus quicker) and I'm ready for anything. I have one large bin that is easy to carry to whatever room we are in. I typically just have my kids push it. (heavy work is good before doing seat work) Sometimes we work at the school table, kitchen table, or living room floor. Everything goes into that bin, except for: 1. math
  9. Hi everyone, I'm trying to decide which math curricula to buy. I've gone through some of Saxon and Singapore with my 2 boys before trying out RightStart this year (levels B & D). My oldest (ds9) was getting bored with level D, so I'm considering switching again to maybe Beast Academy or Mammoth Math. He is liking the geometry drawing at the very end of D, though. I'm wondering, can someone give me an idea of what is covered in RS Level E? And how does it compare to Level G? What grade level would you recommend for G? Just trying to figure out what the best way to go is. I need
  10. Has anyone tried RightStart math? Who loves it? Why? I'm agonizing over whether to try RightStart C next year instead of Saxon 3. (I picked C instead of B based on the site's recommendation.) It's not that my DS7 has a big problem with Saxon. He does fine and doesn't complain most of the time. But he doesn't have that mythical "love of math" I've heard so much about. Maybe because I don't have that, it's hard for me to imagine, but if it's real, I'd like him to have a chance to develop it. And Saxon isn't really inspiring. I would describe it as thorough and adequate, but it's not making a
  11. My 5yo really, really wants to do regular school work, just like her sister ;) (otherwise I'd do nothing formal). I've been playing around with SM 1a and LoF Apples, but 1a is going too fast and while she enjoys LoF, it's, idk, a bit abstract for her or something - she's not getting all that much out of it. I've thought about doing MEP reception, but I think she'd really enjoy and benefit from tons o' hands-on work. I've got the Activities book, but a) I didn't manage to use it with dd7.5, and b ) tbh I really want something entirely open and go (as older sis cannot use any curriculum as wr
  12. My 8yo is very bright and often thinks up ways of doing math problems that hadn't occurred to me but work. She did Math Mammoth through 3B, but asked to switch to CLE this year (level 400) because she liked the idea of more varied topics (her older sister has used CLE for several years). She isn't happy with it, though, and complains every time. I'm wondering about switching her to something completely different and hands on. RightStart looks like it could be a good fit. She would start at Level E according to the placement test. We have the math games set. I wondered about just playing t
  13. So many choices all with valid pros and cons. How do you ever know what to choose? Four choices are all on my chopping block. Help me decide which to keep. (primarily for k and 1st grader) I have all of Rightstart A and it appears enjoyable. I read over a few lessons and it doesn't seem extremely time consuming. What am I missing? Everyone tells me it is too teacher intensive, minimum of 45 min- 1 hour each lesson. Having a 2, 4, 6, and 11 yr old, I am worried I won't have ample time to devote to it. Is it the games that extend the time spent? Or is it farther into the program that it get
  14. Trying to make final decision for math for my 2nd grader for next year. He is technically still at a first grade Math level. He has SPD/ADHD/ and some delay issues, though he has made HUGE improvements over the last 6 months. He loves working on the computer, but cannot do that exclusively or his learning is still unbalanced. I am planning to use LOF with him next year, but need to combine it with a different program for reinforcement. Several sources have recommended Professor B, but I'm not sure it's hands-on really. The computer component is a possibility, but from the examples, I a
  15. Hi, I started Rightstart math with my 4yo this fall, but it didn't really seem to click for either of us. We didn't get very far with it, but I think I will keep the math games book & cards to add some drill to the mix later. I really wanted it to work, sigh. Let the math curriculum merry-go-round begin :bored: I think my daughter might prefer more of a workbook approach. I am considering Singapore Earlybirds (Standards Edition), but I am wondering if I can do without the teacher's guide (about $100 for the year), or do the guides add a lot of help that I would miss? I am also con
  16. I'm currently working through RightStart D with DD (age 8, 3rd grade). While math hasn't always been a breeze, I was generally happy with RS levels A-C. I was apprehensive about all the review at the beginning of level D since we moved directly from C to D with no break. But DD insisted she liked RightStart and didn't want to make any changes, so we've pressed on and made it through the section with many review lessons (and a few new topics here and there). But, I am noticing that more and more, DD tends to get frustrated when she doesn't understand why we are talking about a particul
  17. Hello, My dd is in K, and we have been doing RightStart Level A since September. It has been going well, but we have seriously hit a wall, and I don't know how to get past it. Basically, she seems stuck on how to count by 2s and add 2 to a number. So, for example, if the question is 24 + 2, she can't see that she should start at 24, count two ones, and arrive at the answer. She can count by 1s all the way to 100, but this has completely stumped and frustrated her. I have no clue how to explain it differently, and she very clearly is not wanting to do math lessons at this point:( I hav
  18. I seem to have found myself seriously struggling with math this year. We are currently using Right Start. Pros: I like the way Right Start teaches/explain concepts. I think it really makes sense. I think my son "get's it". Cons: I hate teaching it. I hate juggling all the manipulatives. I think manipulatives are key at this point, but with RS, there are a lot to keep track of. And sometimes I find I don't even have what I need. The books are wordy. I wish someone would take this book and make it more accessible (bullet points would be nice). I do think there is a lack of mas
  19. We are currently using RightStart B. I started supplementing Right Start with the SM workbook and the Miquon Red book this year because I felt like my DS needed extra practice that he was needing. I believe RightStart is a good program, the problem is that I really don't enjoy teaching it. My question is what would I be missing if I dropped it and just used SM and Miquon, both of which my children and I enjoy (and find challenging in their own ways)? One thing I do like about RightStart is the mental math games that they play at the beginning of each lesson. Do the SM HIGs have s
  20. I am new to homeschooling this year. I jumped into this without a lot of research/planning and I am just now starting to feel like I have a clue what I'm doing. Anyhow, I could use some feedback on my choices and the few areas where I'm having a hard time making a decision. A little about me and DD and our life...well first of all I am looking for open and go as much as possible and I'm willing to pay extra for things that make my life easier. My DD is smart, but not particularly interested in school or learning at this point in time. She does what I ask of her (sometimes with lots of stal
  21. These are the two most expensive things I'm considering purchasing for next year and I'd like to save some money on them if it's possible. I've watched some Rightstart auctions on ebay and the sets have gone for almost full price. It would seem that if they go on sale I might be able to get the set new cheaper than I'm seeing it for used. Also, what about Math U See? I'm somewhat undecided on math but leaning towards one of these two. Thanks!
  22. I'm doing some research and looking to buy used and realized that there are some older versions out there. Are there any major differences in the 2001 copyrighted vs. the currently sold materials? Thanks -
  23. Hello! This will be my first year HSing my two boys, 5 and 3.5. I am trying to decide on which math to use. I really like what I've seen of both RightStart and Professor B. From the samples I've seen, they look similar in approach. Is that true? Do they both provide enough "meat" for a stand-alone math program? I am gathering that I will need to supplement activities on time and money--what else? Thanks in advance for your help. I love learning from your experiences!
  24. I am thinking about getting my ds 11 RightStart Geometry (intermediate math - I guess it is called now) He started out with RightStart math. He completed levels A - C and then went on to Singapore Math and has just completed 6A. I know that Right Start does some things very differently that traditional math and I am curious if he will have trouble with the RightStart approach to geometry since he didn't do levels D or E.... Anyone have any helpful thoughts about this idea? Thanks!
  25. Hi everyone, I just ordered RightStart A for the fall and am wondering if there is a workbook that I could supplement with it? My problem is that I have some health issues and know that RightStart is teacher intensive. My plan is on my good days to do RightStart, but I would also like a workbook to reinforce what he's learned and can do himself for my bad days when I won't be able to help him much. I am comfortable with math and am looking for something secular. From my reading here I like the idea of Singapore, MM, Miquon or MEP. Thoughts, suggestions? Thanks! Marisa
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