LlamaMama Posted February 12, 2008 Share Posted February 12, 2008 Have any of you used Right Start Math Level A and then moved on to other more "traditional" programs? How did it work out? My daughter is four years old. For her preschool math, we've been using Critical Thinking Reasoning Level A and Kumon connect-the-dot books. At most we'll cover about four pages a week in the Critical Thinking book; we don't get to it every day. I've also tried to teach her skip counting by having her place raisins on a 100 number chart. When she was younger we worked through Mighty Minds tanagrams. I've shown her MUS rods (borrowed from a relative) but she wasn't interested in playing with them much and I didn't have the background to engage her in it. Anyway, at this point, she can complete worksheets with my help, but does not seem to really have an understanding of the material presented. I want to give her a solid math foundation. What do you think of Right Start Math? Would it work out for me to just get the games to play with her? Would it be easy to transition to another math program like MUS Alpha for the following year? RS A says its appropriate for four year olds. I also looked at Singapore, but I'd prefer not giving her another workbook. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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