Our district follows the Everyday Math program created by the University of Chicago. Information regarding the program philosophy, curriculum, and other policies can be found at the University of Chicago Everyday Math Website.
A link to the Student Reference Book and other Everyday Math related activities can be found by clicking the book below. Students should use their username and password to login to their page on the website.
Your child's homework can be located and printed by clicking on the above book link and logging in to your child's account. You may also find it at by clicking here, which will take you to the Everyday Math site. Choose the correct unit from the page and find the day's lesson.
Unit 1: Place Value; Multidigit Addition and Subtraction
Unit 2: Multiplication and Geometry
Unit 3: Fractions and Decimals
Unit 4: Multidigit Multiplication
Unit 5: Fraction and Mixed-Number Computation; Measurement
Unit 6: Division; Angles
Unit 7: Multiplication of a Fraction by a Whole Number; Measurement
Unit 8: Fraction Operations; Applications
Math Websites to Visit
There are a wide variety of websites available for practice on the internet. Here are a few of my recommendations!
IXL We use this website in the classroom, it is a great website for practicing math facts and skills we are working on in class. Students may work on specific skills and it is well organized into categories. Each student has his or her own unique username and password on a notecard inside the cover of their Assignment Notebook. Remember to login to your account before practicing!
Hooda Math This site has several fun games for students to play to practice multiplication and division facts amongst other skills. Students can even practice and play with their friends (or you!).
Math Playground This site has multiple fun games for students to practice a wide variety of math concepts and skills.