Where to Find Math Templates
One of the most effective resources we have in the Eureka Math program is the Teacher Edition book for each Module. Within each of these books, you will find the lesson in great detail and steps, the Student Fluency Practice pages, the Student Problem Set pages, and the Homework pages. Within each lesson you will also find the Lesson Templates. When you prepare for each lesson, copy these templates and either place them in a sheet protector to use with a dry erase marker, or make a copy for each student to cut.
These templates provide students a manipulative or a concrete visual of the lesson content for them to practice with. Many times, it is really effective to model the templates with your students during the whole group lesson. Then provide them their own for independent practice.
Most Commonly Used Templates
Some templates you will find are more frequently used than others. Therefore, knowing which templates will be used again in advance can help you decide which templates to keep for future lessons. The templates are also a great way to differentiate within your own class. At times, some students will become independent with a concept quicker than others. They may gradually move passed using the templates whereas others may continue to need the support longer.
After a lesson when you introduce and practice with a particular template, you may want to create a bin to save them in. You can either laminate or use a sheet protector to make them reusable.
How do I Find These Templates Digitally?
All of the lesson templates can be found digitally as well on the Engage NY Math website.
You can download them and create slides for students who may be working virtually.
For example, if you are looking for the Lesson Templates for Grade 2 Module 1, go to: https://www.engageny.org/resource/grade-2-mathematics-module-1.
Once you get into the site, you can jump around to find the grade, module, and lesson you are working in. You can download the entire module or just one lesson at a time in digital form.
Use these templates continuously throughout the modules. Students will love to become independent in using them. It will also help them be familiar with recurring templates throughout the next levels they move on to.
- Classroom Teacher
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