Information for Parents
Bridges Math Information
The resources provided below are for family members of students in classrooms currently using the Bridges math program. These resources contain guidance and suggestions for participating in your child's learning.
Dolch Sight Word List:
No Excuse Words:
INFORMATION ABOUT THE
CONNECTICUT CORE STANDARDS
The Common Core State Standards, adopted by the state of Connecticut in July of 2010, define what students should know and be able to do in the content areas of language arts and mathematics. They focus on core conceptual understandings and procedures and clearly communicate what is expected of students at each grade level.
The Council of the Great City Schools, Washington, DC has developed content and grade-specific parent roadmaps that provide detailed information for parents about the expectations of the Common Core in Language Arts and the Common Core in Mathematics. These roadmaps include examples of grade-level focus in the content area using parent-friendly language, and sample progressions of learning across three grade levels in the Common Core. Also included are tips for parents on communicating with teachers about their child’s work and how to support student learning at home.
|English/Language Arts- Kindergarten||Mathematics- Kindergarten|
|English/Language Arts- Grade One||Mathematics- Grade One|
|English/Language Arts- Grade Two||Mathematics- Grade Two|
|English/Language Arts- Grade Three||Mathematics- Grade Three|
|English/Language Arts- Grade Four||Mathematics- Grade Four|
|English/Language Arts- Grade Five||Mathematics- Grade Five|
|English/Language Arts- Grade Six||Mathematics- Grade Six|
|English/Language Arts- Grade Seven||Mathematics- Grade Seven|
|English/Language Arts- Grade Eight||Mathematics- Grade Eight|
|English/Language Arts- High School||Mathematics- High School|