Eureka Math Tips and Resources

(We are currently in module 4.)

*Parent Tip Sheet for Eureka Math Module 1
Eureka_Math_Grade_1_Module_1_Parent_Tip_Sheet.pdf

*Parent Tip Sheet for Eureka Math Module 2
Eureka_Math_Grade_1_Module_2_Parent_Tip_Sheet.pdf

*Parent Tip Sheet for Eureka Math Module 3
Eureka_Math_Grade_1_Module_3_Parent_Tip_Sheet.pdf

*Parent Tip Sheet for Eureka Math Module 4
Eureka_Math_Grade_1_Module_4_Parent_Tip_Sheet.pdf

*Parent Tip Sheet For Eureka Math Module 5
Eureka_Math_Grade_1_Module_5_Parent_Tip_Sheet.pdf

*Parent Tip Sheet for Eureka Math Module 6
Eureka_Math_Grade_1_Module_6_Parent_Tip_Sheet.pdf


Activities For Home 

Units/Modules 1 & 2        

  • Roll single digit numbers and add them together.
  • Roll 2-digit or 3-digit numbers and add them together.
  • Add all the digits of your house number together.
  • Make a train with Legos or colored blocks. Write a number sentence for the different colors in the train.
  • Add the price of two items at a store.
  • Compare gas prices to find the lowest amount.
  • Start with 20 counters (beans, pennies, etc.) and roll   two dice to make a 2-digit number. Subtract counters until you get to 0.
  • Give your student an addition or subtraction number sentence and ask them to make up a story problem to go with the number sentence.
  • Make a physical array with counters and record on paper using symbols
    
Unit/Module 3
  • Measure the length of various items around the house using different objects (crayons, pennies, etc.)
  • Keep track of your child's growth each month by measuring his/her height using standard and non-standard units of measurement.
  • Talk with your child about specific times that activities  occur- eating breakfast, going to school, dinner time, bed time, etc.
  • Talk about graphs in newspapers and magazines.
  • Take a family survey and make a graph based on the data.
  • Use toothpicks or Popsicle sticks to show tally marks.
  • Create a bar graph based on the amount of time your child reads, plays outside, or watches television.
  • Create a pictograph to show the number of hours of sleep or exercise your family gets each day.                                                              

 Module 4

  • Count objects such as jellybeans in a bowl, pennies in a jar, cheerios in a baggie, etc.
  • Find numbers in newspapers, magazines, or on items around the house.
  • Practice counting with your student while doing various activities-driving in the car, jumping rope, waiting in line at a store, etc.
  • Divide a deck of cards evenly between players. Each player flips over a card, the player with the highest card wins the cards. Continue until one player has all cards in the deck.
  • Put different items into groups and talk about which group has more or less items using the terms greater than and less than.
  • Roll dice and create numbers. Say what is 10 more or 10 less than that number.

 Module 5

 

  • Go on a shape hunt outside, ask your student to name the shapes of doors, windows, bicycle wheels, etc.
  • Ask your student to identify the shapes of various road signs while traveling in the car.
  • Talk with your student about the various shapes of items packaged in the grocery store.
  • Build with blocks. Discuss what shapes were used to create the structure.
  Module 6
  • Count objects such as jellybeans in a bowl, pennies in a jar, cheerios in a baggie, etc.
  • Find numbers in newspapers, magazines, or on items around the house.
  • Practice counting with your student while doing various activities-driving in the car, jumping rope, waiting in line at a store, etc.
  • Divide a deck of cards evenly between players. Each player flips over a card, the player with the highest card wins the cards. Continue until one player has all cards in the deck.
  • Put different items into groups and talk about which group has more or less items using the terms greater than and less than.
  • Roll dice and create numbers. Say what is 10 more or 10 less than that number.