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    Default RightStart manipulatives for Level A

    Can someone tell me what manipulatives are used in RS2 Level A?
    I want to try it for my son but I don't want to buy all of the manipulatives needed through Level G without knowing if he'll like it or not.



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    There are quite a bit. You absolutely need the abacus, I think that was the most used manipulative. I think we also used colored titles, and the cards.

    You could definitely get by with this super saver set. We did not use the alligator looking ruler (goniometer) and the drawing board set. So that gives you an idea of what is needed. I don't remember if we used the math card games book in level A or if that was just for level B.

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