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# RightStart Mathematics Level B Lessons [SCM]

## by Joan A. CotterAuthor

Emphasizes comprehension of math concepts using an abacus, math card games, and other manipulatives. Includes addition facts and adding numbers in the thousands, time, and money. Need corresponding Worksheets for Level B. Use with the Manipulative Set.

#### Tags:

Resource Type
Book
Print Status
In Print
Lessons
105
1st - 2nd
Publisher
Activities for Learning
2001
URL
http://www.alabacus.com/

### Lessons

• 1 Quantities 1 to 3
• 2 Quantities 1 to 5
• 3 Quantities 1 to 6 and Abacuses
• 4 Quantities 1 to 7, Taps, and Writing Numbers
• 5 Quantities 1 to 8
• 6 Quantities 9 and 10
• 7 Building the Stairs
• 8 The Place-Value Cards and Translations
• 9 Part-Whole Circles
• 10 Solving Problems
• 11 Partitioning Numbers 2 to 5
• 12 Mastering Partitioning 5
• 13 Nickels and Pennies
• 14 Simple Money Problems
• 15 Partitioning 10
• 16 Practicing the Tens Combinations
• 17 Quantities Arranged by Twos
• 18 Evens and Odds
• 19 More About Evens and Odds
• 20 Writing Addition Equations
• 21 Writing More Equations & Parallel
• 22 Adding on the Abacus & Perpendicular
• 23 Introducing Tens
• 24 Partitioning and Adding Tens
• 25 Introducing Hundreds & Rectangle Design
• 26 More Hundreds & Building Rectangles
• 27 Rectangles from Tiles & Commutative Law
• 28 Thousands & Patterning
• 29 Tens and Ones & Right Triangles
• 30 Base-10 Picture Cards
• 31 Overlapping the Place-Value Cards
• 32 Large Numbers & Adding Tens and Ones
• 33 More Right Triangles & Practice Sheets
• 34 Trading with the Base-10 Pictures
• 35 Adding with the Base-10 Pictures
• 36 Derived Strategies & More Partitioning
• 37 Dimes & Problems
• 38 Test & the Tens Fractal
• 39 More Adding with the Base-10 Pictures
• 40 Quantities on Side 2 of the Abacus
• 41 Tens' Traditional Names & Numbers in Order
• 42 More About Tens
• 43 Traditional Names for the Teens
• 44 Counting by 5s & Making Calendars
• 45 Working with Teens
• 46 Tens in 1000 & Sum of Numbers 1 to 10
• 47 Days in a Year and Students in School
• 48 Math Balance & Bead Trading
• 49 Math Balance Equations
• 50 Partitioning 15 & Adding 1 to a Number
• 51 Adding 10 to a Number
• 52 Adding 100 & Hours on a Clock
• 53 Halves & Half Hours on a Clock
• 54 O'Clocks & Half Hours Practice
• 55 Five Minutes on the Clock
• 56 Minute Practice
• 57 Adding Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies
• 58 Choosing Coins
• 59 Corners Exercise
• 60 Corners Game
• 61 Combinations with 9 by Completing the 10
• 62 Introducing Geoboards & 9s Combinations
• 63 Sums Equal to 11
• 64 Congruent Rectangles
• 65 Designs with Diagonals
• 66 The 2-Fives Strategy & Patterning
• 67 Two-Fives Strategy Practice & Mirror Symmetry
• 68 Tile Symmetry & 2-Fives in Higher Decades
• 69 Combinations with 8s
• 70 Geoboard Patterning & Combinations with 8s
• 71 Adding 2-Digit Numbers & Symmetry
• 72 Flipping Vertically and Horizontally
• 73 Two-Digit Numbers Plus a Multiple of Ten
• 74 Finding the Number of Cubes
• 75 Adding 2-Digit Numbers With Sums Over 100
• 76 Mentally Adding 2-Digit Numbers
• 77 Partitioning Numbers into Three Parts
• 78 Adding More Than Two Addends
• 79 Numbers Totaling 15 & Rows and Columns
• 80 More on Mentally Adding 2-Digit Numbers
• 81 Even and Odd Numbers up to 100
• 82 Even-Odd Adding Rules
• 83 Continuing the Pattern
• 84 Continuing Patterns Up and Down
• 85 Skip Counting
• 86 Quarters
• 87 Quarter of a Dollar
• 88 Patterns in the Hundreds
• 89 Reviewing Place Value
• 90 Adding Four-Digit Numbers on the Abacus
• 91 Adding Four-Digit Numbers on Paper
• 92 The > and < Symbols
• 93 Introducing Subtraction
• 94 Subtraction as the Missing Addend
• 95 Making Change
• 96 More Making Change Activities
• 97 Introduction to Measuring
• 98 Finding Perimeter
• 99 Finding Rectangles with a Given Perimeter & Diagonals
• 100 Measuring Long Distances & Estimating
• 101 Constructing Triangles & Finding Perimeters
• 102 Subtracting by Going Back
• 103 Reading Scales
• 104 Time to the Minute
• 105 Halves and Fourths
• 106 Graphing
• 107 Final Test

### User Reviews

I love Rightstart

Reviewed by Parent/Teacher

We have completed level B and are part way through level C. This is an excellent curriculum. Although it is somewhat teacher intensive the lessons are well laid out and build well upon each other. This is a spiral method in that different concepts and introduced and then may be set aside to come back to later. The bset part of this program is the games. There are hundreds of games each of which pertain to a concept taught in the various levels. We did have to slow down on level B, but my dd is getting the ideas and understanding math which is my goal.

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Reviewed by Parent/Teacher

I Love it too. It is simply excellent. I just started with it (don't you love people like me - who review something they've just started!)....but I'm really pleased. I had been using Math U See, which is very good, but I really needed more daily direction as a teacher. I'm sure I was much of the problem. But we were not making strong and lasting progress with it. My child is very bright, but she was not retaining the learning. And I felt like I needed more ways to tackle a lessons - different tricks in the bag. Right Start really provides this. Working with the abacus is more straightforward and is clearer to my daughter than anything else I've seen. And it's just fun to use. I've watched my children (4 & 6) have several lightbulb moments where they've said, "OH, I see!" They are understanding this. I do the lessons primarily with her, but I require my son to sit at the table with us and draw so he can learn with "one ear open!" Take a look at it for sure, if you are looking into math programs.

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