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    Everyday Mathematics goal

    The goal of the Everyday Mathematics program -- implemented in kindergarten through fifth-grade at Bellefonte Area School District -- is to significantly improve the math curriculum and instruction offered to students.

    Assessment in Everyday Mathematics

    Throughout Everyday Mathematics, teachers have many opportunities to collect information about a child's abilities. The purpose of gathering this information is to see how the child's mathematical understanding is progressing, and provide the teacher with feedback about the child's instructional needs. The process of collecting information to track a child's progress, and making decisions about how and what to teach is known as assessment. The assessment plan for Everyday Mathematics is an essential part of the mathematics program at the elementary level.

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  • Resources

    To access Everyday Mathematics online games, family resources and My Reference Book (Grades 1-2) or Student Reference Book (Grades 3-5), follow the steps below:

    • Everyday Mathematics online
    • Enter your child’s username and password
      • Contact your child's classroom teacher if you do not know your child's username and password

    Success stories

    Backed by years of research and experience, Everyday Mathematics is dedication to helping children learn math. Everyday Mathematics has been proven trough the actual stories listed on this website: Success stories

    Everyday Mathematics in action

    See videos that will help you to know more about Everyday Mathematics, in addition to:

    • Basic skills
    • Expectations
    • Hands-on learning
    • Implementation of Everyday Mathematics
    • Professional development
    • Results
    • Strategies
    • Use of calculators

    View video library, here: Video library