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# Shanon Silverman's Classroom: Math Resources

## Eureka Overview

This year 3rd graders will continue to use Eureka as our math program.  Students will use single-use workbooks as we progress through the program.  There are three types of workbooks: practice, learn and succeed.  Practice books have the yellow spine and provide fluency and fact practice.  Learn books have a blue spine and are the books that are used during the lessons in class.  Succeed books have the red spine and are used for homework.  Besides just homework sheets in this book, it also provides students and families with homework helper pages where model problems and solutions are given.  These are available for every lesson.  Eureka Math Tips for Parents will also be posted when they are available for the modules.

Module 1: Properties of Multiplication and Division and Solving Problems with Units of 2–5 and 10

Module 2: Place Value and Problem Solving with Units of Measure

Module 3: Multiplication and Division with Units of 0, 1, 6–9, and Multiples of 10

Module 4: Multiplication and Area

Module 5: Fractions as Numbers on the Number Line

Module 6: Collecting and Displaying Data

Module 7: Geometry and Measurement Word Problems

Click here to see an overview of the 3rd grade math curriculum.

## Eureka Family Support

Module 2: Place Value and Problem Solving with Units of Measure

Click here  for Module 2: Topic A: Lessons 1-5 Tips for Parents

Click here for Module 2: Topic B: Lessons 6-11 Tips for Parents

Click here  for Module 2: Topic C: Lessons 12-14 Tips for Parents

Click here for Module 2: Topic D: Lessons 15-17 Tips for Parents

Click here for Module 2: Topic E: Lessons 18-21 Tips for Parents

## STMATH

Just like in previous years, students will journey through ST Math with Jiji.  In 3rd grade, students should be spending 90 minutes (between home and school) a week on ST Math.  They should also be averaging at least 60 puzzles a week.  In order for students to stay on target with ST Math and complete the program by the end of the school year, students will work towards the monthly puzzle and objective goals that have been set by the district's math coaches.

• By the end of September, your child should complete about 380 puzzles which is about 3 cones.
• By the end of October, your child should have about 760 puzzles done which is about 6 cones.

If your child is stuck on ST Math at home, here are a list of great guiding questions that will prompt them to start talking about the question.  Click here for that great resource that can help both you and your student!