To get started, read your resource materials first. This will help you take a step back and look at the program with a wide lens. This is such a helpful strategy. When you see the big picture and know where you are going first, then it is easy to go back in and adjust the details.
It may seem like there are so many materials to go through, but to get a firm start, just focus on a few big picture concepts that will help you throughout the entire Eureka Math program. These are concepts that are not just taught in isolation, but can be filtered into your classroom continuously. Think of ways to create math as a part of your classroom culture rather than just during the math lesson time.
The program also includes a homework book called Succeed that follows the class lesson, as well as provides a parent explanation page for each lesson. This book is great, because it provides reinforcement of each lesson for home practice.
Finally, there is a book called Practice. This one is aligned with each module to provide students with continuous fluency practice. I find this book excellent for spiral review and keeping previously learned skills fresh.
These are just the materials provided for students! The program also includes teacher manuals for each module and an entire curriculum overview resource.
- Classroom Teacher
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