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Prerequisites: This course requires completion of Right Start math Level A 1-30 This curriculum starts from the ground up building math concepts. Students should be able to stay near the computer for at least 30 minutes. Students should be able to follow 1 and 2 step directions. Curriculum information: I will be teaching the award-winning Right Start Math Level A Second Edition. This curriculum has a very different approach to learning math, based on the research conducted by Dr. Cotter...
Students will complete lessons 32-52 of Right Start Math second edition Level A. The last session ended of lesson 30 because 31 is an assessment. Topics that will be covered include: Partitioning 5 Parts whole circle Place value ones and tens Equal and plus Combining 10’s and 1’s Composing 10’s and 1’s Using a math balance Hexagons Doubles Writing equations Ellipse Folding shapes Pennies Reflections
I am a certified elementary/ special education teacher who is homeschooling her own children ages 5 and 9. I strongly believe that not all children learn the same way. So there needs to be a variety of resources, methods and approaches to teach them with. I found the Right Start Curriculum when I was teaching middle and high school life skills and multiple disability support. I implemented it with students who still were not able to count past 5. This curriculum taught some them in a way that they could succeed while they still couldn’t always count to 10 they could see, add and subtract up 10. When I pulled my daughter out of a brick and mortar school to home school, I put my daughter into this curriculum. She has now gone through 3 levels of it. Disclosure: I am a RightStart Math affiliate so if you buy from the links on this page I do get a commission. Image by Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay
After every class I will give a list of the essential questions of the week and activities and games that will support mastery of essential questions. Families are responsible for completing the activities and games with their students.
Suggested: Right Start Math Level A Book Bundle and RS2 Math set RightStart Math Level A bundle: https://rightstartmath.idevaffiliate.com/idevaffiliate.php?id=173&url=208 Full RightStart Math kit https://rightstartmath.idevaffiliate.com/idevaffiliate.php?id=173&url=216 Required: Right Start Math Level A Lessons 2nd edition Right Start Math Level A workbook 2nd edition (per student) Yellow is the Sun book and CD Al Abacus (per student) Geoboard and rubber bands 1in tiles RSM Multiplication cards Craft sticks Dry erase board and dry erase marker (per student)
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Rachel RyanJob Trainer and special education teacher
20 total reviews
22 completed classes
I love to teach all age about skills they need to live. For younger learners I am going to be teaching courses that will help students grow in independence skills and social/ emotional regulation. For middle grade and high school I teach classes...