Home Learning

Home Learning Resources

Schools may be closed, but math learning can continue! The Math Learning Center is providing free resources for all students to use independently or with support from family members or educators.

Math at Home

Click on your grade for fun daily math activities, collections of practice pages, family games, and online games. Please share with anyone who needs accessible and free resources. No login or registration required.

Resources

Free Lessons & Publications

MLC offers the public a large collection of free lessons and publications, including story books and student practice books.

MLC Apps

MLC’s free math apps are available to the public and work with iOS devices, Chromebooks, and web browsers.

Bridges Family Support Webpage

Families can access links to online games and activities that align with grade-level content.

Additional Resources for Bridges Educators

Additional resources for Bridges educators are available on the  Bridges Educator Site. (Login required)

Frequently Asked Questions

For Bridges Second Edition Families

Now that my child’s school is closed, does MLC have suggestions for continued learning at home?

First, we suggest you touch base with your child’s teacher to see if they have ideas or plans. You may also want to visit our Math at Home grade-level pages, which feature an Activity of the Day, family games, and online games. (3/22/20)

My child’s teacher sent home some Bridges in Mathematics student book pages. Can I have access to an answer key or purchase a teacher’s edition?

We recommend you contact your child’s teacher, as they are the best source of information for assignments that are sent home. Our Bridges in Mathematics Second Edition materials are available only to educators who teach in schools or districts that have adopted the curriculum. (3/18/20)

For Bridges Second Edition Educators

Can students have access to materials on the Bridges Educator Site (BES), such as Work Places, student workbooks, and Digital Display Materials (DDMs)?

We aren’t able to provide direct online access to materials on the Bridges Educator Site, in part because it could potentially create compliance issues with student privacy. We have, however, provided resources for educators on the BES (login required). Additionally, the Math at Home activities and resources do not require a login or registration  they're free and available to everyone. (3/22/20)

Can Bridges in Mathematics Second Edition material be posted within a learning management system (LMS) such as Canvas or Google Classroom?

With any LMS, we assume the materials are password protected (i.e., students and families need to log in for access). Within this context, MLC does not object to posting Bridges materials. In fact, we even allow transmission of materials to families via email if a district does not have a mechanism for securely distributing materials otherwise. We consider it equivalent to sending physical materials home with the student in their backpack or folder. (3/18/20)

I’d like to share Bridges materials on social media for students and families to access. May I?

You can share downloaded PDFs of student materials with the students and families you support. However, it needs to be through email or a secured site like Google Classroom. We do not allow educators to share Bridges Second Edition materials through unsecured social media or other sites accessible to the general public. On the other hand, all resources on the Math at Home section of our site may be shared via social media. (3/23/20)

Will MLC be releasing instructional plans that will be available online for districts and schools?

It’s important to acknowledge that Bridges in Mathematics was not designed for remote implementation. We have, however, provided guidance and resources through the Bridges Educator Site to assist teachers during school closures. (3/22/20)

Are you going to provide daily video lessons online for Bridges classrooms?

At this time, we do not have plans to provide video lessons as a replacement for Bridges classroom instruction, as we know that it would be difficult to replicate the engagement and student discourse in a remote context. We are, however, providing a variety of resources to support daily work with students. Please see the resources we’ve made available on the Home Learning section of the BES. (3/23/20)

What are the options for workshops that can’t be done in person right now?

The first option is to reschedule for later in the year and assume that by the new date MLC will be able to resume face-to-face workshops. Alternatively, MLC is developing remote training options and will provide updates as they become available. Please contact your regional coordinator to help decide what’s best for your circumstances. (3/18/20)

What is the status of the April facilitator and intervention workshops in Washington and Wisconsin?

All sessions are canceled and will be rescheduled for later in the year. Registered participants may opt for a refund or request to roll over their registration to the future dates, which will be determined as soon as feasible. (3/19/20)

What is the status of the July institutes in Denver and Chicago?

At this time we have not determined that these events need to be canceled. However, we are monitoring the evolving recommendations of health care professionals as well as state and local officials. Should the status of these events change, we will immediately update those affected. (3/19/20)