• MATH RESOURCES

       

      Eureka Math Sites: These are websites geared specifically to Eureka Math Modules curriculum materials. If you are looking for help specific to the Eureka Math Modules, these will help you support with homework, studying for assessments, and following how Math is being taught.

      Eureka Homework Help: https://greatminds.org/math/parents

      Homework Helper Materials for purchase: https://eurekamath.teamcamelot.com/homework-helpers.php

       It gives students the opportunity to further practice what they learned in class and more deeply understand the “why” behind the math. 

       

       

      Homework Videos by Grade Level

      http://eurekamathhelp.piqua.org/

      Each grade level is full of awesome resources like newsletters by topic, a video locker re-teaching how to do homework, and vocabulary your student needs to know for each module. This site has printable math books that support math concepts in each module, printable games that reinforce math fact fluency and concept development, and links to other great math sites like Khan Academy and fact practice games.

      Videos, Newsletters, Module by Module support

      http://www.lpssonline.com/site5514.php

      You’ll find topic newsletters, activities for home, and video resources per topic. Just click on your grade level on the left column.

       

      YouTube Homework Help

      This channel was created by Marianne Strayton to support parents (and students) with homework tasks and share instructional strategies being used in the classroom.

      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB2S_NKF9VfXKno0Throk6Q

      Other Useful Math Sites for Student Practice of Math Skills Independent of Eureka Math

      We have two primary websites that teachers use to provide additional skill-based Math practice. These are not related to Eureka Math. They help students generalize the skills they are learning outside of Eureka Math.

       

      https://www.ixl.com

      IXL is a comprehensive, standards-aligned math program offering unlimited problems in thousands of skills. IXL helps your child master the basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts that are the building blocks of your child’s math education. Recalling the basic arithmetic facts quickly and easily is essential for success with fractions, decimals, and multi-digit algorithms.

       

       

       

       

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