ISBE Scope and Sequence - click on K-5 units; also click on the LiveBinders link for formative assessments and lessons (below High School.)
EngageNY - Choose a grade level in the left menu to find lesson plans and assessments. They are downloadable and editable.
Technology and the Common Core- presentation by Angie Arnold
Teaching Channel: a video showcase - on the Internet and TV - of innovative and effective teaching practices in America's schools. Not just for math, but for any topic related to teaching practices.
NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics): lesson plans and resources to support CCSS. Some resources require membership to access but many do not.
Illuminations: more resources for teaching math from NCTM; lesson plans, activities, web links
K-5 Math Teaching Resources: collection of lesson plans, games and activities sortable by grade level.
Inside Mathematics: lots of videos and tools for educators to support CCSS
Math Solutions: lessons, "explain it to me" videos, Marilyn Burns resources
Math Landing: resources and tools for math teachers
The Mathematics Common Core Toolbox: tools and instructional materials to help implement CCSS
Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium:updates and sample problems related to assessments aligned to CCSS
Children's Literature to Support Math Concepts
Books and Topics from Marilyn Burns sorted by grade level and math concepts
Extensive list from Christchurch City Libraries organized by math concepts
As Easy as Pi: Article by Marilyn Burns with math picture book titles and how to use them
The Best Children's Books for Math a great website with over 150 math picture book titles. The list is divided into 15 different broad math topics. Click on each book cover for a summary, reading level, awards won and sample pages.
Board Games, Card Games and Tools to Support Math Concepts
List of Games - Games located in Starke LC are highlighted
Resources for Math Tools (from Bridgette and Willow)
Building Number Sense (from Bridgette and Willow)
Teaching Channel Videos (Videos are marked with approximate intended grade level and sorter from lowest to highest grade. Many videos have content applicable to additonal grade levels.)
Beyond Right Answers: Math and the CCSS: All grades; Sarah Brown Weisling explains the CCSS and offers insights on how to implement the Core in classrooms across America. (Shown at Starke March SWIP).
Elementary Math - How Do They Do It in Hungary?: Gr. K-5; See how Hungarian schools approach elementary mathematics with a significant focus on proper mathematical language and manipulating concrete objects
Giving Efficient Directions - Sometimes Less is More: All grades; Give students the freedom to solve problems independently
Assess and Plan with Exit Tickets: All grades; Use exit tickets to assess learning and plan future lessons
Let's Count! Learning Numbers in Multiple Ways: Gr. Pre-K-K; Teach about counting and ordering numbers in multiple ways
Quick Images - Visualizing Niumber Combinations: Gr. K; Use quick images to identify combinations of 8 (best done in latter part of K)
Mingle and Count - A Game of Number Sense: Gr. K; Practice counting by forming groups based on a given number
Counting Objects and Ordering Numbers: Gr. K; Kindergarteners count and order numbers with and without a number line
Counting Collections to 100: Gr. K-2; Count and add within 100
Differentiating in Math Using Computer Games: Gr. K-2; Use technology to practice addition and subtraction
Skip Counting with Counting Collections: Gr. K-2; Record strategies when skip counting by 5s and 10s
Popsicle Stick Math - Making 10: Gr. K-3; Learn about combinations of 10 by counting popsicle sticks
Wake Up Brains with Skip Counting Songs: Gr. K-3; Practice skip counting with songs and movements
Silent Signals in the Math Classroom: Gr. K-5; Communicate learning with silent signals
Making Math Fun with Place Value Games: Gr. 2; Make learning fun and incorporate practice with games
Sharing Strategies for Counting Collections: Gr. 2-3; Record and share strategies when skip counting
Third Grade Math - A Complete Lesson: Gr. 3; Plan and implement meaningful math routines
Group Dynamics in Third Grade Math: Gr. 3; See how a few changes create a collaborative environment
Talking About Math - Sharing Strategies: Gr. 3; Share solutions and mathematical thinking
Third Grade Math Routines: Gr. 3; Use a variety of daily math routines
Third Grade Mental Math: Gr. 3; Use the strategies of decomposing, jumps of 10 and splitting
Persistence in Problem Solving: Gr. 3; Increase student confidence using multiple problem solving strategies
Graphing with Colors: Gr. 3; Find colored squares around the room and then create a bar graph
Discover Number Patterns with Skip Counting: Gr. 3; Look for patterns when counting by 200s
Reasoning about Division: Gr. 3-5; Develop an understanding about the meaning of division
Reasoning about Multiplication and Division: Gr. 3-5; learn how multiplication and division work together
The Iditarod and Math: Gr. 4; Calculate elapsed time and distance using real-time data