## The Do The Math Series

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 1 / Tier 1 Bundle was designed for first graders needing support with foundational number concepts and using benchmarks like 5 and 10 in addition. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

The Student WorkSpace is designed to support students’ transition to independent work and to help teachers monitor students’ progress and understanding.

The Student WorkSpace is designed to support students’ transition to independent work and to help teachers monitor students’ progress and understanding.

The Student WorkSpace is designed to support students’ transition to independent work and to help teachers monitor students’ progress and understanding.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 2 / Tier 1 Bundle was designed for second graders needing support with using 10s, addition and subtraction reinforcement, and working with larger numbers (greater than 100). Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 3 / Tier 1 Bundle was designed for third graders needing foundational support with multiplicative thinking, understanding and solving division problems, and connecting the ideas of whole numbers to fractions. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 3 / Tier 2 Bundle was designed for third graders needing support with using 10s, addition and subtraction reinforcement, and working with larger numbers (greater than 100). Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 3 / Tier 3 Bundle was designed for third graders needing support with using benchmarks like 5 and 10, figuring sums up to 100, and addition and subtraction reinforcement. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 4 / Tier 1 Bundle was designed for fourth graders needing support with array models and facts through 12x12, the relationship between multiplication and division, and comparing and ordering fractions. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 4 / Tier 2 Bundle was designed for fourth graders needing foundational support with multiplicative thinking, understanding and solving division problems, and connecting the ideas of whole numbers to fractions. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 4 / Tier 3 Bundle was designed for fourth graders needing addition and subtraction reinforcement, support with benchmarks like 5 and 10, practice with large numbers (greater than 100), and foundational multiplication/division concepts. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 5 / Tier 1 Bundle was designed for fifth graders needing support multiplying and dividing two- and three-digit numbers, and understanding how to add and subtract fractions. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 5 / Tier 2 Bundle was designed for fifth graders needing support with array models and facts through 12x12, the relationship between multiplication and division, and comparing and ordering fractions. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 5 / Tier 3 Bundle was designed for fifth graders needing addition and subtraction reinforcement, practice working with larger numbers (greater than 100), and reinforcement of multiplication and division concepts. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

Do The Math can help at-risk and struggling students rebuild their foundations of understanding through a classroom-tested teaching philosophy. The Grade 6 / Tier 2 Bundle was designed for sixth graders needing support multiplying and dividing two- and three-digit numbers, and understanding how to add and subtract fractions. Each Do The Math Intervention Bundle is designed to support teachers delivering math intervention within the core math block. However, the flexibility of these resources will support any intervention strategy.

The Addition and Subtraction A module focuses on addition with sums up to 100. It builds on the big idea that “10” is an organizer for our number system. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Addition and Subtraction B module focuses on subtraction with numbers up to 100. It reinforces addition and subtraction as inverse operations and teaches the three meanings of subtraction: take-away, missing parts, and comparison problems. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Addition and Subtraction C module focuses on numbers greater than 100. It applies these big ideas to calculations with greater numbers and provides strategies for solving word problems. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Connections Guide provides instructional lessons that encourage connections between the concepts taught in students’ grade-level math instruction and the strategies introduced in Do The Math.

The Division A module focuses on basic concepts. It builds upon the idea that division is inverse to multiplication and provides computational methods for solving division problems, using contextual and concrete methods to support the two meanings of division—sharing and ungrouping. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs.

The Division B module focuses on facts through 100/10. It applies the inverse relationship between multiplication and division to make sense of divisibility and the concept of taking out a quantity by groups of 10. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Division C module focuses on dividends to 1000. It extends to dividing two- and three-digit dividends by two-digit divisors, engages students in exploring divisibility, and provides experiences with solving contextual problems involving greater numbers. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Connections Guide provides instructional lessons that encourage connections between the concepts taught in students’ grade-level math instruction and the strategies introduced in Do The Math.

The Fractions A module focuses on basic concepts. It connects and builds upon the big ideas of whole numbers as they apply to fractions, using concrete materials to help students give meaning to the abstract idea of fractions. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Fractions B module focuses on equivalence and comparison. It helps students learn key strategies for comparing and ordering fractions while keeping the instructional focus on the meaning of the fractions being compared. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Fractions C module focuses on addition and subtraction. It Builds on what students have learned in order to develop the computational tools and strategies to add and subtract fractions, including improper fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs.

The Connections Guide provides instructional lessons that encourage connections between the concepts taught in students’ grade-level math instruction and the strategies introduced in Do The Math.

The Multiplication A module focuses on basic concepts. It provides visual and contextual models to help students understand the meaning of multiplication, supporting the shift from thinking additively to thinking multiplicatively. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Multiplication B module focuses on facts through 12x12. It uses an array model to represent the basic facts and demonstrate key concepts and strategies for multiplication. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Multiplication C module focuses on factors greater than 12. It develops strategies for making estimates and computing products with two- and three-digit factors, using the distributive property and multiplying by multiples of 10. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Addition and Subtraction Number Core module supports the development of quantity by using benchmark numbers, thinking flexibly about composing and decomposing numbers, and building facility with figuring sums. The Teacher Guide models mathematical thinking, includes visual representations, and provides point-of-use support to better serve students' individual needs. It includes step-by-step teaching instructions, guidance for monitoring student progress, and specific information about how to use the Classroom Materials and mTools effectively.

The Professional Learning Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the program architecture and instructional strategies.

The Addition and Subtraction A module focuses on addition with sums up to 100. It builds on the big idea that “10” is an organizer for our number system. The Do The Math Teacher Bookcase Addition and Subtraction A includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Addition and Subtraction B module focuses on subtraction with numbers up to 100. It reinforces addition and subtraction as inverse operations and teaches the three meanings of subtraction: take-away, missing parts, and comparison problems. The Addition and Subtraction B Teacher Bookcase includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Addition and Subtraction C module focuses on numbers greater than 100. It applies these big ideas to calculations with greater numbers and provides strategies for solving word problems. The Addition and Subtraction C Teacher Bookcase includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Classroom Materials Box provides a complete set of hands-on manipulatives and materials to support and extend student learning throughout the modules.

The Division A module focuses on basic concepts. It builds upon the idea that division is inverse to multiplication and provides computational methods for solving division problems, using contextual and concrete methods to support the two meanings of division—sharing and ungrouping. Do The Math Teacher Bookcase Division A includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Division B module focuses on facts through 100/10. It applies the inverse relationship between multiplication and division to make sense of divisibility and the concept of taking out a quantity by groups of 10. The Division B Teacher Bookcase includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Division C module focuses on dividends to 1000. It extends to dividing two- and three-digit dividends by two-digit divisors, engages students in exploring divisibility, and provides experiences with solving contextual problems involving greater numbers. The Division C Teacher Bookcase includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Classroom Materials Box provides a complete set of hands-on manipulatives and materials to support and extend student learning throughout the modules.

The Fractions A module focuses on basic concepts. It connects and builds upon the big ideas of whole numbers as they apply to fractions, using concrete materials to help students give meaning to the abstract idea of fractions. Do The Math Teacher Bookcase Fractions A includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Fractions B module focuses on equivalence and comparison. It helps students learn key strategies for comparing and ordering fractions while keeping the instructional focus on the meaning of the fractions being compared. Do The Math Teacher Bookcase Fractions B includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Fractions C module focuses on addition and subtraction. It Builds on what students have learned in order to develop the computational tools and strategies to add and subtract fractions, including improper fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators. The Do The Math Teacher Bookcase Fractions C includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Classroom Materials Box provides a complete set of hands-on manipulatives and materials to support and extend student learning throughout the modules.

The Multiplication A module focuses on basic concepts. It provides visual and contextual models to help students understand the meaning of multiplication, supporting the shift from thinking additively to thinking multiplicatively. The Multiplication A Teacher Bookcase includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Multiplication B module focuses on facts through 12x12. It uses an array model to represent the basic facts and demonstrate key concepts and strategies for multiplication. The Multiplication B Teacher Bookcase includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Multiplication C module focuses on factors greater than 12. It develops strategies for making estimates and computing products with two- and three-digit factors, using the distributive property and multiplying by multiples of 10. The Multiplication C Teacher Bookcase includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.

The Addition and Subtraction Number Core module supports the development of quantity by using benchmark numbers, thinking flexibly about composing and decomposing numbers, and building facility with figuring sums. The Do The Math Teacher Bookcase Addition and Subtraction Number Core includes 1 Teacher Guide, 1 Professional Learning Guide, 1 Connections Guide, Read Alouds, and 1 Annotated WorkSpace.