#### Parent and Family Resources

### Parents are children's first teachers.

Please explore the resources below that can help parents familiarize themselves with the new California standards and support their children's early success in mathematics.

For infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Include “math talk” when engaging with very young children to support mathematical concepts.

Learn how to simply highlight the mathematical concepts and vocabulary in their everyday experiences.

For all ages.

#### More Resources From Other Sites

### How are children learning about numbers?

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### An Explanation of the California State Standards for Mathematics

Parent/Guardian Overview Brochures - CCSS Mathematics

These brochures are provided by the Sacramento County Office of Education. They explain the new CCSS mathematics standards and describe what students can expect to learn as they progress through the grade levels.

English

Grades K - 2: http://www.scoe.net/castandards/Documents/parent_overview_math_k-2.pdf

Grades 3 - 5: http://www.scoe.net/castandards/Documents/parent_overview_math_3-5.pdf

Spanish

Grades K - 2: http://www.scoe.net/castandards/Documents/parent_overview_math_k-2_es.pdf

Grades 3 - 5: http://www.scoe.net/castandards/Documents/parent_overview_math_3-5_es.pdf

YouCubed.org: From Jo Boaler and her colleagues at You Cubed, the handout provides parents with ten accessible, applicable, and skill appropriate options for engaging their children's mathematic minds.

http://earlymathlearning.com: The Early Math Learning site supports parents and educators by helping children learn and enjoy mathematics from birth to age five. The Early Math Learning site is a public service of the California Mathematics Council, the professional organization for preschool-college mathematics educators.