After receiving it I wondered how in the world I'd organize all that stuff in a way that was uniform and accessible. I googled it and checked on Pinterest trying to find a storage system I liked and kept coming up short. After looking at a variety of storage containers from several different stores, I ended up finding JUST the perfect thing, and the price tag was minimal. I imagine I'm not the only mom who has wished for a good Right Start organization system, so I thought I'd share what I came up with.
First you need are three of these "Creative Options Large Artist Box" containers from WalMart, which will hold the majority of the Right Start manipulatives:
Here is how I arranged the things inside each box:
I put the geometric solids in a little lidded container from WalMart...
...which stacks nicely with a duplicate container holding the one and only manipulative I bought in addition to Right Start Math, which is a set of Base Ten Flats:
Then all that remains is this stuff...
...which I put into one of those clear, zip-up bags that sheet sets come in. But if you don't have one of those you could put it into a large ziploc as well.
I wish I could have read this post back when I ordered Right Start. But maybe it will help someone else get their Right Start manipulatives organized hassle-free!