Eureka Math Engage New York Companion BUNDLE
***Module 1 + Module 2***
Looking for ways to supplement your Eureka math curriculum? Look no further. This bundle contains all you’ll need to support instruction of daily Eureka math lessons.
Teacher Instruction Materials
All 37 lessons (Module1) + 10 lessons (Module2) require the use of visuals to guide students through concepts - go here to find what you’ll need to introduce and reinforce content concepts in colorful, engaging ways with high resolution materials. These materials stretch across all sections of each lesson - Fluency Activities, Application Problems and Concept Development.
Student Templates and Manipulatives
Along with the visuals that teachers use, student practice materials (templates and manipulatives) are a must to allow students to work independently and in partners to reinforce what’s been taught. Templates: Print, laminate and put on a metal ring for ease of use.
Application Problem Sticky Labels *EDITABLE*
Sticky labels have the application problem (and often a picture clue) to help students remember what the directions say. Print on mailing labels and place on the top of either single sheets of paper or in math journals.
Fluency “At a Glance” Documents
Here you'll find fluency activities in all of Module 1's 37 lessons described in ONE PLACE. The fluency activities are many … and extremely thoroughly described in the teacher manuals. Often in the teacher manual you’ll see, “Do this fluency activity as described in lesson _____.” Instead of going back through entire lessons you’ve already taught in search of an activity you’ll have to read all over again, use these short forms to know exactly what materials you'll need, and a quick couple sentences to jog your memory on the activity itself. Because everyone’s brain works differently, I’ve included “At a Glance” documents both organized by lesson and by activity. Both are so simple to use!
These one page forms will save you HOURS. Let’s be honest, sometimes you want to know the whole picture before diving into reading every single detail of every single lesson. Or, maybe you already know the curriculum well and just want a refresher each day before teaching. These lesson short forms give you what you need to know about how to teach each of the 47 lessons. All on one form you will see:
1) Lesson Objective (teaching point from the Concept Development)
2) Fluency Activity (name and materials)
3) Application Problem
4) Student Debrief Questions
Hope you find this material useful! Thank you for stopping by. :)
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