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CCSS Resources for Everyday Mathematics

CCSS Resources for 2007 Edition

CCSS Instructional Bridge
password: CCSS (case sensitive)

Click on your grade level and select the unit you are teaching in order to obtain instructional guidance for Parts 1 and 2 of each lesson. The bridge will give you guidance to help you fully address the CCSS. You will be provided new content to download as needed. Guiding questions are provided for each lesson to engage in the Standards for Mathematical Practice through rich mathematical discussion. New guiding questions are provided to address the practices in each Open Response Task in the Progress Check Lesson. These questions are to be used during the new 2-day protocol. Also you will find a CCSS Review in each Progress Check lesson blade.The CCSS Unit Reviews allow teachers to monitor student progress toward grade-level CCSS standards that students should know by the end of that unit. The content in each review was either taught or practiced in that unit. New periodic assessments can also be found in the first section of your grade level. Currently, the Beginning of the Year Assessments are available. The Mid Year and End of Year assessments will be added soon.

CCSS Resources for 2012 Edition

CCSS Instructional Resource
password: CCSS (case sensitive)

Click on your grade level and select the unit you are teaching in order to obtain instructional guidance for Parts 1 and 2 of each lesson. The bridge will give you guidance to help you fully address the CCSS. Guiding questions are provided for each lesson to engage in the Standards for Mathematical Practice through rich mathematical discussion. New guiding questions are provided to address the practices in each Open Response Task in the Progress Check Lesson. These questions are to be used during the new 2-day protocol. Also you will find a CCSS Review in each Progress Check lesson blade.The CCSS Unit Reviews allow teachers to monitor student progress toward grade-level CCSS standards that students should know by the end of that unit. The content in each review was either taught or practiced in that unit. New periodic assessments can also be found in the first section of your grade level. Currently, the Beginning of the Year Assessments are available. The Mid Year and End of Year assessments will be added soon.

You can also click on the Tips and Tools (yellow button) in the upper right hand corner to access the following:

  • How to use the site (video on how to best navigate)
  • Teaching the Open Response Task (New 2-day protocol for teaching the open response problems found at the end of each unit)
  • Addressing the Standards for Mathematical Practice
  • Everyday Mathematics and the CCSS Correlation
  • The Spiral Curriculum (research)

You can also click on the PARCC/SBAC Preparation (Yellow button) in the upper right hand corner to access how to utilize the Periodic assessments, CCSS reviews and Open Response tasks in order to prepare your students for PARCC and SBAC.

For further information on the CCSS visit Common Core State Standards Initiative or download Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

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Everyday Mathematics and the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice

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Grade-Level Information

Access grade-specific resources for teachers, such as pacing guides, literature lists, and games.

Professional Development

The Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education offers strategic planning services for schools that want to strengthen their Pre-K–6 mathematics programs.

On the Publisher's Site

McGraw-Hill Education's website features supplemental materials, games, assessment and planning tools, technical support, and more.