Web-based instruction
Origo At Home
Origo is our new textbook that we have begun using this school year. Origo has generously put this new resource out to be available to parents during the COVID-19 closures. When you click the link, choose United States, grade level, and week. You will then see the plan for each day of the week. It is not a full math block lesson, however, it will help keep your child thinking and using their math skills. All of this can be accessed on any device with an internet connection, including smartphones. Access to this will only last until June 25, 2020.

Kindergarten, First, Second, and Third grades will be using this during weekly lessons posted in the Virtual Schoolhouse on their class pages or grade level pages. Fourth and Fifth grades may use the Origo at Home resources if they match the lessons being taught.

You may use this video as a tutorial to see how to use Origo at Home.
(credit Stephanie Swadley, Kilby Elementary, PWCS)

Support  using Manipulatives
DreamBox (K-5)- This is a program that your child is used to using at school. If you have access to the internet, this is the first place to go because the instruction and activities are tailored to what your child's needs are.

Thinking Blocks-
If students are struggling with understanding story problems, this is a great resource.

Math Learning Center- Free Apps-
If students need to model numbers, use a geoboard, work with money, or model for fractions, these apps are great! You can use them online or download to a device. 

Khan Academy-
Look for any math topic up to high school level math.

LearnZillion (1-5)Below are links to specific videos that may be of some help to students. These are areas of study that I believe students need additional work in from previous instruction.

Count by 5s
Counting by 10s
Counting money by 5s and 10s

Adding two-digit numbers with base ten blocks
Explaining addition using place value
Subtracting two-digit numbers with base ten blocks
Explaining subtraction using place value

Adding three-digit numbers using expanded form
Two- digit by one- digit multiplication
Plot unit fractions on a number line
Dividing a number line into equal parts
Identifying fractions as a point on a number line
Plot fractions greater than one on a number line
Add fractions by joining parts

Three-digit by one-digit multiplication using an area model
Two-digit by two-digit multiplication using an area model
Dividing two-digit numbers using friendly numbers
Equivalent fractions using fraction strips
Adding mixed numbers by creating equivalent fractions

Order of Operations
Make an equation true by placing parenthesis correctly
Represent a real world situation as a numerical expression
Find the rule for an input/output table
Determine fair shares using mean
Mean, median, mode
Using fraction strips to multiply a fraction and a whole number
Multiplying a fraction by a whole number using models
Fraction and decimal equivalents using models

Math Fun!
Family games and activities 
Investigations interactive games
This site will allow you to play all of the games from K-5. (Available in English and Spanish)

US Department of Education

Mathematics in the Home activities (PreK- 5th)  (Available in English and Spanish)

Math Coach's Corner
Games to Play with a Deck of Cards (3rd- 5th)
Games to Play with a Pair of Dice (1st- 5th)

Bedtime Math
Bedtime Math-
 Daily high- interest nonfiction stories with leveled math questions, sign up to get an email or download their app! (Available in English and Spanish)
Cabin Fever Math-
This is a new section the website that was created especially for our school closures happening across the country.

Greg Tang Math
Try these engaging online math games!