Support for Families

Support for Families

The Math Learning Center curriculum focuses on developing in students a deep understanding of math concepts, proficiency with key skills, and the ability to solve new and complex problems. Learning activities tap into the intelligence and strengths all students have by presenting mathematically powerful material alive with language, pictures, and movement. Students in a Bridges classroom talk about math, describe observations, explain methods, and ask questions. They are encouraged to find multiple ways to solve problems and show different ways of thinking. This is a vital way to help students build more flexible and efficient ways to solve increasingly complex problems. Hands-on activities engage them in exploring, developing, testing, discussing, and applying mathematical concepts.

An Important Note

Your best source to answer questions and get assistance is your student's teacher. The resources here provide guidance and suggestions for how you can participate in your child's learning.

Identifying the Curriculum Your Child Is Using

To find support materials for your student, please select the appropriate version.

Math Learning Center Apps

The Math Learning Center provides a free collection of apps that can help your child learn and practice math concepts taught in their classroom. Learn more

MLC apps