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Eureka Math (also known as Engage New York) connects math to the real world in ways that build student confidence—while helping students achieve true understanding lesson by lesson.
It’s not enough for students to know the process for solving a problem; they need to understand why that process works so they can use it anytime. Eureka Math builds students’ knowledge logically and thoroughly to help them achieve deep understanding. While this approach is unfamiliar to those of us who grew up memorizing mathematical facts and formulas, it has been proven to be extremely successful and essential.
The following resources will provide support for both parents and students as we continue to shift our teaching practices and incorporate different strategies that help children conceptualize the math they are doing.
How to Access Eureka Math Homework Help
Follow the the step-by-step directions below to access a site that provides video explanations of homework problems by grade level.
Math Homework Help
Engage New York (ENY) Homework provides additional practice for math that is learned in class.
This site is intended to help guide students/parents through assigned homework. You will see a sample of what was done in class and how it was completed correctly. Below is an example of the top of the homework page for grades K-6. For example Grade 3, Module 1, Lesson 1.
Look below for links to grade level information on the Eureka Math website. Begin by clicking on your student's GRADE, next select the MODULE, and finally select the LESSON.
|Math Vocabulary & Representation K-6
||Math Vocabulary Cards by Granite School District
|Courtesy of Modesto City Schools. This document is an alphabetical list of vocabulary taught throughout Engage New York math lessons posted on this website.
||Math vocabulary cards for Kindergarten through 8th Grade and Secondary I Mathematics. These cards can also be found in Spanish, Chinese, and French under the Dual Immersion menu.
|A Maths Dictionary for Kids by Jenny Eather
||Maths Charts by Jenny Eather
A Maths Dictionary for Kids is an animated, interactive online math dictionary for students which explains over 600 common math terms and math words in simple language.
A collection of over 200 printable maths charts suitable for interactive whiteboards, classroom displays, math walls, student handouts and homework help.
|WeUseMath.org—Careers by BYU Mathematics
||CC Math at a Glance by Be a Learning Hero
The most common question students ask math teachers is
"When will I use math?" This website describes the importance of mathematics and many rewarding career opportunities available to students who study mathematics.
|To help you make sense of new standards—and to give you peace of mind as you support your child through the sometimes challenging experience of learning— this site provides parents with information, resources, and tips.
|Milestones: Watch kids demonstrate skills by Great Kids | Great Schools
|Welcome to Milestones, a free online collection of videos aimed at helping parents understand grade-level expectations in grades K-8. Milestones show students demonstrating what success looks like in reading, writing and math, grade by grade. Choose a grade to get started.
Eureka Math Parent Support Page
Click here to access a parent support page created by the authors of Eureka Math.