Announcing Bridges in Mathematics Third Edition!

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## Building a Successful Bridges Classroom in 2020–21

In this 90-minute webinar, our curriculum consultants introduced the Tech-Enhanced Activities, Math at Home resources, and Digital Work Places and went over how they are meant to be used in conjunction with the guidance documents.

## Number Frames

Represent numbers by placing counters inside of five-, ten-, double ten-, and custom frames.

## Math Clock

Explore time, fractions, and more on virtual clocks with geared or free-moving hands.

## Number Line

Visualize and work with numbers in sequence on a virtual number line with or without tick marks.

## Number Pieces

Use virtual base ten pieces to represent and work with multi-digit numbers.

## Pat or Clap?

Paige began a repeating pattern with pat, clap, clap.

• What could Paige’s next three motions be? Show your thinking.
• What will Paige’s 10th motion be? What about her 20th motion? What about her 50th motion?

## Number Rack

Slide beads to show and work with numbers and think in groups of 5s and 10s.

## Tools for Progress

Bridges Intervention  provides targeted instruction and assessment for essential K–5 mathematics skills within a tiered system of support. The small-group instruction and ongoing progress monitoring are consistent with a Response to Intervention (RTI) or Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework.

## Pattern Shapes

Explore counting, geometry, fractions, and more with a set of virtual pattern blocks.

## Whiteboard App

Solve problems and explain your thinking in a digital math workspace.

## Math Vocabulary Cards

Deepen understanding of key terms in mathematics with written and visual definitions.

## Money Pieces

Visualize money values and relationships with U.S. currency and money value pieces.

## TEAs for Seesaw

Tech-Enhanced Activities, are available on the Seesaw platform for grades K–2 and are linked from the Bridges Educator Site (login required). The webinar provided an overview of the resources, previewed a sample activity, and answered questions about using TEAs for synchronous, asynchronous, and blended learning environments.

## Counting Shapes

There is a lot to see and count in this image.

• What do you notice?
• What shapes do you see?
• What can you count?
• What can you compare?

## Bridges in Mathematics 2nd Edition Overview

An hour long introduction to the approach, structure and components of the Bridges in Mathematics program, a clearly articulated PK–5 curriculum offering a unique blend of problem solving and skill building.

## Bridges Intervention Overview

An introduction to Bridges Intervention, an elementary intervention program using visual models to promote student thinking and accelerate learning. Targeted instruction and assessment for essential K–5 mathematics skills within a tiered system of support are core to Bridges Intervention.