RightStart Mathematics Starter Kit Level A with AL Abacus Standard (1st Edition)

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Grade: K

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Publisher: Activities for Learning

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We bought this for our four year old daughter this past fall At first I was worried that we were "rushing" through the lessons I soon realized that it wasn't supposed to take a long time to get through them The program is easy to follow and she never complained about doing math I found out about their online seminars by "liking" RightStart Mathematics on Facebook It was absolutely free to sit through them and you could even ask questions live on the spot Our daughter likes all of the manipulatives and I think her favorite things are the abacus and the games She doesn't even realize she is learning math while playing them There are some additional accessories that you will have to purchase at some point that do not come with the initial kit but it isn't a deal breaker for me You do not have to do too much preparation for the lessons except for copying a page here and there I looked ahead a week at a time to make my copies You will need heavy card stock for the game cards I used different colors to help distinguish between the games I wish I had learned math in this way and I highly recommend it for younger children so you can catch them before they are counting on their fingers by 1's etc Great program!
April 16, 2013
We started with Level A for my 1st grade son As other folks have mentioned I should have started with the Level B program It is a very fun hands-on math and the kids like doing math especially with all the games It would help to have more than one abacus also I ordered the small wooden abacuses but the beads don't move as easily as on the larger 8x9 abacus I believe the scope of the program covers all learning styles as there is oral work done in each lesson plus worksheets (more worksheets as you progress thru each level) Definitely worth the money! If you don't have a copier I'd recommend buying extra worksheets for other kids
March 19, 2009
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Shoko H on Sep 18, 2017
I have 3 kids that need to see math in order to understand it. This works especially well with my expressive/receptive struggling child.
User on Mar 27, 2017
Kindergarten homeschooling
Shoko H on Sep 18, 2017
Needed for kinder class!
Harangozo S on Sep 3, 2017
I have 3 kids that need to see math in order to understand it. This works especially well with my expressive/receptive struggling child.
User on Mar 27, 2017
Needed for kinder class!
Harangozo S on Sep 3, 2017
Is this edition 1 or 2?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Starter Kits - such as this one - which include manipulatives are 1st edition. Second edition material is packaged differently: there is a complete manipulative set (for all levels) and then teacher/student bundles for each level.
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    We bought this for our four year old daughter this past fall At first I was worried that we were "rushing" through the lessons I soon realized that it wasn't supposed to take a long time to get through them The program is easy to follow and she never complained about doing math I found out about their online seminars by "liking" RightStart Mathematics on Facebook It was absolutely free to sit through them and you could even ask questions live on the spot Our daughter likes all of the manipulatives and I think her favorite things are the abacus and the games She doesn't even realize she is learning math while playing them There are some additional accessories that you will have to purchase at some point that do not come with the initial kit but it isn't a deal breaker for me You do not have to do too much preparation for the lessons except for copying a page here and there I looked ahead a week at a time to make my copies You will need heavy card stock for the game cards I used different colors to help distinguish between the games I wish I had learned math in this way and I highly recommend it for younger children so you can catch them before they are counting on their fingers by 1's etc Great program!
    April 16, 2013
    We started with Level A for my 1st grade son As other folks have mentioned I should have started with the Level B program It is a very fun hands-on math and the kids like doing math especially with all the games It would help to have more than one abacus also I ordered the small wooden abacuses but the beads don't move as easily as on the larger 8x9 abacus I believe the scope of the program covers all learning styles as there is oral work done in each lesson plus worksheets (more worksheets as you progress thru each level) Definitely worth the money! If you don't have a copier I'd recommend buying extra worksheets for other kids
    March 19, 2009
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    Kindergarten homeschooling
    Shoko H on Sep 18, 2017
    I have 3 kids that need to see math in order to understand it. This works especially well with my expressive/receptive struggling child.
    User on Mar 27, 2017
    Kindergarten homeschooling
    Shoko H on Sep 18, 2017
    Needed for kinder class!
    Harangozo S on Sep 3, 2017
    I have 3 kids that need to see math in order to understand it. This works especially well with my expressive/receptive struggling child.
    User on Mar 27, 2017
    Needed for kinder class!
    Harangozo S on Sep 3, 2017
    Is this edition 1 or 2?
    A shopper on Nov 6, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: The Starter Kits - such as this one - which include manipulatives are 1st edition. Second edition material is packaged differently: there is a complete manipulative set (for all levels) and then teacher/student bundles for each level.
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