Common Core Math Progressions: Detailed Guided Math and Center Activities

Posted on July 29, 2011. Filed under: Assessment, Common Math Errors, Differentiated Instruction, During the Guided Math Lesson, Elementary math, Guided math, Math Centers, Math Progressions | Tags: , , , , , , , |

The Common Core folks have put up Math Progressions, which describe each domain in detail.  They only have progressions up for Operations and Algebraic Thinking and Place Value right now. There are pictures, diagrams and lots of good information. This is a must read for everybody!

Operations and Algebraic Thinking Progressions

Place Value Progressions 

Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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5 Responses to “Common Core Math Progressions: Detailed Guided Math and Center Activities”

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Do you have a link for grades 6-8?

Hi Dr. Nicki,

I have had a busy summer of writing a Grade 1 math curriculum for our district along with two other math coaches. These progressions include excellent examples for teachers to include in their lessons – especially modeling with the manipulatives for the appropriate domain and standard. The curriculum is still in draft form, so maybe it would be important to reference the progression as necessary. Many thanks for continuing to stress the importance of becoming familiar with the Common Core. My district is moving forward with our new K-5 curriculum being written in the language of the Common Core. We plan to implement K-2 this year. Keep the info coming.

How to implement the infusion of technology to ccss-m

Look at the digital, standards-based games. This is one easy way to do it. Illuminations is a good place to start. Another great site is math playground.

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