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Teaching for Thinking
Fostering Mathematical Teaching Practices Through Reasoning Routines

Teaching our children to think and reason mathematically is a challenge, not because students can’t learn to think mathematically, but because we must change our own often deeply-rooted teaching habits. This is where instructional routines come in. Their predictable design and repeatable nature support both teachers and students to develop new habits.

Math by the Book: K-5 Bundle

Math by the Book is a K–5 resource dedicated to teaching mathematics strategically through literature. The Math by the Book K-5 Bundle offers all six grade-level packs in this series at a discount! Learn more about this classroom resource at MathByTheBook.com.

Math by the Book: Third Grade Pack

Math by the Book: Third Grade supports strategically teaching grade 3 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Bilal Cooks Daal by Aisha Saeed—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: Fourth Grade Pack

Math by the Book: Fourth Grade supports strategically teaching grade 4 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Sweet Potato Pie by Kathleen D. Lindsey—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: Fifth Grade Pack

Math by the Book: Fifth Grade supports strategically teaching grade 5 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Tía Isa Wants a Car by Meg Medina—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: Kindergarten Pack

Math by the Book: Kindergarten supports strategically teaching kindergarten mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Grandma’s Purse by Vanessa Brantley-Newton—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: First Grade Pack

Math by the Book: First Grade supports strategically teaching grade 1 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Thanking the Moon: Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival by Grace Lin—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: Second Grade Pack

Math by the Book: Second Grade supports strategically teaching grade 2 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Max’s Words by Kate Banks—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Invigorating High School Math
Practical Guidance for Long-Overdue Transformation

High school math is failing many students. Out-of-date and stale curricula are not only dull, but perpetuate inequity by limiting opportunities and failing to prepare a majority of students for life in the 21st century.

Invigorating High School Math is a clarion call for meaningful transformation. In this book, Steven Leinwand and Eric Milou address the most critical challenges facing high school mathematics and provide practical guidance for meeting them.
Listening to Learn

Listening to Learn is a K–5 digital interview tool that helps teachers learn how their students reason numerically. The interviews can be used throughout the year to help guide instructional planning. Listening to Learn also includes interactive professional learning labs to support teachers.

Do The Math: Number Core Teacher Bookcase
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.
Do The Math: Number Core Teacher Guide
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.
Do The Math: Professional Learning Guide
The Professional Learning Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the program architecture and instructional strategies.
Do The Math: Addition & Subtraction Connections Guide
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.
Do The Math: Number Core WorkSpace, Primary
The Student WorkSpace is designed to support students’ transition to independent work and to help teachers monitor students’ progress and understanding.
Do The Math: Number Core WorkSpace 8-Pack
The Student WorkSpace is designed to support students’ transition to independent work and to help teachers monitor students’ progress and understanding.
Do The Math: Number Core WorkSpace
The Student WorkSpace is designed to support students’ transition to independent work and to help teachers monitor students’ progress and understanding.
Do The Math: Addition & Subtraction A Teacher Bookcase
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.
Do The Math: Addition & Subtraction A Teacher Guide
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.
Do The Math: Addition & Subtraction A WorkSpace 8-Pack
The Student WorkSpace is designed to support students’ transition to independent work and to help teachers monitor students’ progress and understanding.
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