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# RightStart Math Level E Semester 2 quarter 4

In this class students will work through the lessons 105- 140 of RightStart Math Level E.
Rachel Ryan
20 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
45 minutes
per class
Twice per week
over 8 weeks
8-10
year olds
3-4
learners per class
per learner - per class

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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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## Description

### Class Experience

Week 26 (March 29 – April 2)
Supplies: warm up 11, worksheet 76, 77-1,78, 79, 80A geoboard rubber bands, goniometer, meter stick, 2 set of tangrams, two rulers, triangles and protractor from worksheet 76, geared clock, scissors
Monday: Warm up 11, Lesson 104 and 105 worksheet 76 Classifying Angles, angles in a circle angles on a clock, geoboard
Tuesday: Finish lesson 105 by completing worksheets 77-1 and 77-2
Wednesday: Lesson 106 Angles on a Geoboard, geoboard, goniometer, worksheet 78
Thursday: Lesson 107: Regular Polygon on a Geoboard, warm up 11, geoboard and rubber bands, goniometer
Friday: Lesson 108 worksheet 80-A Review worksheet

Week 27 (April 5-9)
Supplies: worksheet 81, 82, 83, 84  meter stick, tangrams, two rulers
Monday: Lesson 109 square units, meter stick, tangrams both sets
Tuesday: Lesson 110 Area Problems worksheet 82
Wednesday: Lesson 111 Distance Problems worksheet 83
Thursday: Lesson 112 Capacity worksheet 84
Friday: Capacity project or make up day

Week 28 (April 12-16)
Supplies: worksheet 85, 86, 87, 88 A calendar appendix 6 geometric solids, calculator
Monday: Lesson 113  Weight Problems  warm up on worksheet 85
Tuesday: Lesson 114 Time problems worksheet 86, casio calculator
Wednesday: Lesson 116 Review worksheet 88A
Thursday: Lesson 115 Line Plots worksheet 87, calendars appendix 6, geometric solids,
Friday: make up work and game day
Week 29 (April 19-23)
Supplies: Worksheet 89,90,91,92 geoboard and rubber bands, geometry reflector, 2 tangrams, drawing board, T-square, 45 triangle, 30-60 triangle
Monday: shapes in an Octagon, and lines of symmetry geoboard and rubber bands, games
Tuesday: Lesson 117 shapes in an octagon, geoboard, rubber bands and worksheet 89
Wednesday: Lesson 118 Lines of Symmetry
Thursday: Lesson 119 Drawing Reflections, 2 sets of tangram, geometry reflectors, T-square, drawing board, 45 and 30-60 triangle
Friday: Lesson 120 Drawing more reflections worksheet 92, Drawing board, T-square, 45 and 30-60 triangle

Week 30 (April 26-30)
Supplies: warm up 12 and 13, worksheets 93,94,95,  6 squares geometry panels with 5 rubber bands or printable of cube panels, 35 centimeter cubes, drawing board, T square, 10 tiles, colored pencils, Safe T compass
Monday: warm up 12, introduction to visualizing cubes, and isometric drawings, worksheet 93 and 94, 6 squares from the geometry panel and 5 rubber bands or printable cube panels
Tuesday: Finish Lesson 121 by completing worksheet 93 6 squares from the geometry panel and 5 rubber bands or printable cube panels
Wednesday: Finish Lesson 122 by completing worksheet 94, drawing board, T-square, 30-60 triangle, 10 tiles
Thursday: Lesson 123 and Lesson 124 views of an object and views of pyramids and cones, drawing board, T-square, 30-60 triangle, colored pencils, worksheets 94, 95, 96, pyramid and cone from the geometric solids, ruler or straightedge, Safe-T Compass
Friday: Complete Lessons 123 and 124 from yesterday

Week 31 (May3-7)
Supplies: worksheet 97, 98-1, 98-2, 98-3, ruler, drawing board, T-square, 45 triangle, safe-T compass, colored pencils: blue, yellow, black, red, green, warm up 14, geoboard, geometric solids, blank piece of paper
Monday: review geometric solids, drawing circles, how to use the safe-T compass
Tuesday: warm up 14 Lesson 125 Name the Solid Views worksheet 97
Wednesday: Lesson 126 Drawing Circle Designs worksheets 98-1, 98-2, 98-3, safe- T compass
Thursday: Lesson 128 Area on the Geoboard, warm up 14, worksheet 100, geoboard and rubber bands
Friday: Lesson 127 Drawing Olympic Rings

Week 32 (May 10-14)
Supplies: Warm up 15, worksheet 101, 102, 103, 104, geoboard, ruler
Monday: Lesson 129 Comparing Areas on the Geoboard, Pick’s Theorem, warm up 15, worksheet 101
Tuesday: Finish worksheet 129 by completing worksheet 101
Wednesday: warm up 15, Lesson 130 Triangle Areas on the Geoboard worksheet 102
Thursday: review Lesson 130 Triangle Areas and Lesson 132 Midpoint in Triangles worksheet 102 and 104, 4-in-1 ruler
Friday: Lesson 131 How Many Squares on the Geoboard worksheet 103

Week 33 (Mary 17-22)
Supplies: worksheets 105 and 106, 7 strips of paper about 11in (30cm) x 1in(2to 3 cm), scissors, tape
Monday: Lesson 134 Mobius Strips
Tuesday: Lesson 133 Midpoints in Quadrilaterals, worksheets 105, geoboard, 4-in-1 ruler, scissors
Wednesday: Lesson 135 Whole Number Review worksheet 106
Thursday: Whole Number Games day
Friday: make up day and game day

Week 34 (May 24-28)
Monday: Lesson 138 Fractions, Decimals and percent game day
Tuesday: Lesson 137 Fractions, Decimals and Percent review worksheet 107
Wednesday: Start part of final assessment
Thursday: Lesson 139 Geometry and Measurement review
Friday: Complete lesson 140 Final Assessment.

Congratulations on completing Level E.  I  hope to see you in Level F!
I am a certified elementary/ special education teacher who is homeschooling her own children ages 6 and 10.  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 RightStart 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 them in a way that they could succeed while they still couldn’t always count to 10, some 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.
Students are assigned and expected to complete the homework weekly.  Students can find the homework posted to there classroom on Sunday's.  At times I may reach out to an individual and adjust an assignment for an individuals unique needs. Students should expect to spend 2-4 hours a week outside of class on homework. In this level I will start teaching students to evaluate their  own mastery by discussing how they can tell if they understand such as if it is easy to do 10 in a row quickly (I would suggest a time appropriate to the problems) and accurately they probably have a good understanding but if it takes a lot of thought they might need to do a few more until it is easier.
Required: Level E workbook- https://store.rightstartmath.com/rightstart-mathematics-level-e-worksheets-second-edition/ Math game kit with abacus (if you have bought a manipulatives kit for another level it should have all of the needed items.) https://store.rightstartmath.com/math-card-games-kit/ centimeter cubes about 50 45 triangle 30-60 triangle T square Ruler Basic calculator Yard/meter stick Geoboard and rubber bands Goniometer Safe-T compass Recommended: https://store.rightstartmath.com/rs2-math-set-super-saver/ (This kit has everything listed above except the calculator and the workbook.)
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
I will not assign grades.  However, at parents request I can schedule an individual time to complete assessments and tutor students individually (these are a separate and the cost is not included in the cost of this course).  Parents will have all the materials to score and assess the students in the books that are required.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
During class I often share games related to the topic of study from education.com.  These games are shared via teachers computer and controlled by teacher.
For extra practice homework activities, I create assignments at prodigy.com, and education.com this is completely optional.
I have created customized game rooms using the website https://playingcards.io/.  This allows us to play the RightStart Math card games more successfully virtually. I give the link to the students so they can log in separately (to have a private hand of cards).  Links to room are only given to students. Students are asked to close link before the end of class and teacher ensures no students remain in the room before leaving.  These rooms do not have chat or voice features.

## Teacher

Rachel RyanJob Trainer and special education teacher
20 total reviews
22 completed classes