Everyday Math

Everyday MathematicsThe University of Chicago School Mathematics Project
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5TH GRADEEveryday Mathematics at Home

Finding the Unit and Lesson Numbers

Everyday Mathematics is divided into Units, which are divided into Lessons. In the upper-left corner of the Study Link, you should see an icon like this:


The Unit number is the first number you see in the icon, and the Lesson number is the second number. In this case, the student is working in Unit 5, Lesson 4. To access the help resources, you would select "Unit 5" from the list above, and then look for the row in the table labeled "Lesson 5-4."

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Everyday Mathematics Online

With a login provided by your child's teacher, access resources to help your child with homework or brush up on your math skills.

Parent Connections on Publisher's site

McGraw-Hill Education offers many resources for parents, including tips, activities, and helpful links.

Parent Resources on EverydayMath.com

EverydayMath.com features activity ideas, literature lists, and family resources for theEM curriculum.

UnderstandingEveryday Mathematics for Parents

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