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Math Workshop: Our Resource for Daily Lessons

By Beth Newingham on April 25, 2013
  • Grades: 3–5

We use Everyday Mathematics in our school district. It is a great program because it includes lots of math games for the reinforcement of new concepts, and it provides teachers with materials to meet the needs of both gifted and remedial students. We teach the lessons in the order that they are introduced in the book.

But we do alter the lessons when necessary to meet the needs of our highest math students and our lowest math students by using the "enrichment" and the "readiness" resources provided in the program.

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