McGraw-Hill My Math challenges your students while inspiring them to embrace math through meaningful real- world applications. The three components of rigor-conceptual understanding, procedural skills and fluency, and application, are woven with equal intensity throughout the program to meet standards, enabling your student to steadily grow their math ability and confidence.
Social studies and science publications for K-2 can be used to teach:
- Reading (informational and foundations skills)
- Writing (text types and purposed, production and distirbuiton of writing, reasearch to build and present knowledge and range of writing
- Speaking and listening
- Language (knowledge of language, vocabulary acquistion and use)
- Range, quality and complexity
Reading wonders provide unmatched supports for
- Building a strong reading foundation
- Accessing complex text
- Finding and using text evidence
- Engaging in collaborative conversations
- Writing to sources
The Handwriting Without Tears printing and cursive programs draw from years of innovation and research to provide developmentally appropriate, multi-sensory tools and strategies. HWT teaches the easiest skills first and builds on prior knowledge as children progress through each grade level. This teaching order is consistent throughout all ages and follows a developmental teaching sequence based on the skills and abilities of students in a each grade. The dynamic keyboard breaks the keyboard into small units to help children easily locate letters. Speeds and accuracy spot checks measure letters per minute, words per minute and accuracy through the program. Game-based lessons and activities across different subject areas keep students engaged and excited to learn.