Announcing Bridges in Mathematics Third Edition!

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## NCTM reception

In these 60-minute webinars, Math Learning Center curriculum consultants explored the mathematics in Unit 4, highlighting multiple strategies for implementing Bridges in synchronous and asynchronous environments.

## Unit 3 (Part B) Grade-Level Webinars

In these 60-minute webinars, our curriculum consultants continued exploring the mathematics in Unit 3, highlighting multiple strategies for implementing Bridges in synchronous and asynchronous environments.

## Resources & Support for Continued Learning

The Resources & Support for Continued Learning are designed to help educators continue to support students’ learning, whether in or out of school.

## Math Apps

Chickens and sheep live in a field next to Fernando’s school. Looking over the fence, Fernando counted 8 heads. Looking under the fence, Fernando counted 22 legs. How many of each animal could there be?

## Number Corner

Number Corner is a skill-building program that revolves around the classroom calendar, providing daily practice as well as continual encounters with broader mathematical concepts in 15–20 minutes of engaging instruction.

## Unit 3 (Part A) Grade-Level Webinars

In these 60-minute webinars, our curriculum consultants introduce Unit 3 and the corresponding Tech-Enhanced Activities, Math at Home resources, and Digital Work Places and go over how they are meant to be used in conjunction with the guidance documents.

In these 60-minute webinars, our curriculum consultants unpack the mathematics in Unit 2, introduced corresponding Tech-Enhanced Activities and other resources, and highlight ways they can be used in conjunction with the guidance documents.

## Utilizing MLC Apps to Enrich Learning

Teachers, students, and families are increasingly turning to The Math Learning Center apps to support understanding of visual mathematics in remote, hybrid, and socially distant learning environments. This 35-minute webinar explores the apps, as well as strategies to engage students.

## Number Corner Grade Level: K

### Overview

Kindergartners add a new marker to the Calendar Grid for each day of the month. Students delve into important mathematics as they identify patterns that emerge in the markers over time. Each month also features a collection of some kind—cubes, sticks, shapes, coins, or data—that serves as a springboard for representing and analyzing data, practicing counting and computation, and solving problems. Students keep track of the number of days they have been in school, which gives them the chance to explore teen numbers and then all numbers to 100 and beyond.

## Number Corner Components

Number Corner offers a well-designed framework for building skills that is flexible enough to be used with any elementary math curriculum to strengthen alignment to Common Core State Standards. View store pages