Saturday, October 3, 2015

Common Core Math Resources and Modules for Eureka Math

This summer my school district bought Eureka math as a supplement to our units of study. Thus far, it has been a good program. I gathered some of these additional resources to go with the program. Scroll down to your grade level to see some challenge tasks for modules, lesson videos, and reteaching resources.

Watch this two-minute video of Stanford Professor Jo Boaler talking about changing the way we talk about and learn mathematics.

Teacher Resources for Eureka Math:
Kindergarten
Module 1
K.CC.3
K.CC.4
Module 6
K.CC.6
K.CC.7
K.MD.1
K.MD.2
K.MD.3
Grade 1
Module 2
1.OA.1
1.OA.2
1.OA.3
1.OA.6
1.NBT.2
MODULE 3
1.MD.2
1.MD.4
Weather Graph Data
Grade 2

2nd Grade Math Journals contains 90 math journal tasks that allow for multiple entry points and recording techniques, thereby allowing all students in your class to work at their individual level of thinking. Content for all tasks is aligned with the Common Core State Standards. 
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
2.NBT 1
2.NBT.2
2.NBT.3
2.NBT.4
Module 4
2.NBT 5
2.NBT.6
2.NBT.7
2.NBT.8
2.OA.1

Grade 3
Module 3
3.OA.4

Grade 4
Module 3
4.OA.1
4.OA.2
4.OA.3
4.OA.4
Module 4
4.G.1
4.G.2
Meerkat Coordinate Plane Task
Grade 5
Module 2
OA.1
OA.2
NBT 1
NBT 2
Module 3
NF.1

Additional Resources for parents:
1. Twelve Steps To Increase Your Child’s Math Achievement And Make Math Fun

Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University
2. The Mathematics of Hope: Moving from Performance to Learning in Mathematics Classrooms
Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University
3. Positive Norms to Encourage in Math Class
Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University
4. The Stereotypes That Distort How Americans Teach and Learn Math
Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University
5. Unlocking Children’s Math Potential: 5 Research Results to Transform Math Learning
Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford University
6. Addition and Subtraction Situations
Here is a chart that you can use to make up problems to help your K-2 child “make sense” of math. These will be challenge problems for K students. Substitute larger numbers for 1st grade (up to 20) and 2nd grade (up to 100).


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