We are finishing up with RightStart D (just turned 10 in May). He “understands” the math but when it comes down the the worksheets, he makes many errors. He has a tendency to also forget some concepts as RS takes a bit to come back around to review. I am trying to decide what to do as we are finishing up the last 2 lessons of Level D.
He is a Right-Brain, Visual Spatial learner… dyslexic. He struggled with traditional math in the early years (1st grade Complete Book of Math) and also (2nd grade Singapore 1b - I wasn’t aware there was a HIG then). RightStart helped him to “understand/see”… He has to know why/understand. I’m not quite comfortable continuing on with RS math based off his assessments/worksheets, here at the end. I feel he needs more practice applying.
We did start Teaching Textbooks 5 free trial and he is having fun with that. I am thinking/leaning towards possibly MUS or staying on with RS math and supplementing it with something like TT or Life of Fred.
Anyone been in this situation? Have suggestions/advice? Thank you!