Support for Parents
Introducing Eureka Math
Parents are their child’s chief advocate and most essential teacher – at homework time and always. To assist in this crucial role, we have assembled a suite of resources that will help you to help your child become proficient in math.

Homework Helpers New
 Grade K  Module 1: Numbers to 10
 Grade 1  Module 1: Sums and Differences to 10
 Grade 2  Module 1: Sums and Differences to 100
 Grade 3  Module 1: Properties of Multiplication and Division and Solving Problems with Units of 2–5 and 10
 Grade 4  Module 1: Place Value, Rounding, and Algorithms for Addition and Subtraction
 Grade 5  Module 1: Place Value and Decimal Fractions
 Grade 6  Module 1: Ratios and Unit Rates
 Grade 7  Module 1: Ratios and Proportional Relationships
 Grade 8  Module 1: Integer Exponents and Scientific Notation
 Grade 9  Module 1: Relationships Between Quantities and Reasoning with Equations and Their Graphs
 Grade 10  Module 1: Congruence, Proof, and Constructions
 Grade 11  Module 1: Polynomial, Rational, and Radical Relationships
 Grade 12  Module 1: Complex Numbers and Transformations
Parents can more easily support their child at homework time by using the Homework Helpers book authored by the teacherwriters who wrote Eureka Math.
Homework Helpers provide stepbystep explanations of how (and why!) to work problems similar to those found in Eureka Math homework assignments. (They don’t provide answers to the assigned exercise, as we want the students to work the problems themselves.) There is a Homework Helper to go with every homework assignment in the curriculum, arranged in the same sequence as the student homework, making it easy for parents to follow along with their child's progress. A spiralbound book for each grade, K12, is available for purchase here.
To preview a Homework Helper, click on a grade level below.

Grade Roadmaps
These gradespecific parent roadmaps explain what your child will be studying in the coming year and share strategies that you can employ to facilitate learning outside of the classroom. These roadmaps are a great way to begin bridging the gap between the way math was once taught and today’s techniques.

Module Tip Sheets
To help parents address questions children may have about Eureka Math at home, we provide Tip Sheets for each module for Grades K through 8. Tip sheets provide an overview of the module and include suggested strategies and models, key vocabulary, connections to previous learning, and tips for how you can support your child’s learning at home. Tip Sheets are arranged in the same Module Sequence as the student homework, making it easy for parents to follow along with their child’s progress.
6 1 Ratios and Unit Rates 2 Arithmetic Operations Including Division of Fractions 3 Rational Numbers 4 Expressions and Equations 5 Area, Surface Area, and Volume 6 Statistics 7 1 Ratios and Proportional Relationships 2 Rational Numbers 3 Expressions and Equations 4 Percent and Proportional Relationships 5 Statistics and Probability 6 Geometry 
Videos
 How can I help my child have positive experiences in learning math?
 How do I approach homework with my child and my child‘s teacher?
 Numbers Through 10 (Number Towers, Number Path, Number Bond)
We are developing a growing library of videos which explore and explain concepts fundamental to Eureka Math for parents and students alike. Among the most popular Eureka Math videos are:
Here are some other related videos:

FAQs
For answers to questions about Eureka Math frequently asked by parents, teachers, and others, check out our FAQs.

Additional Online Resources
 Lafayette Schools Math Resource
This is a detailed, gradebygrade explanation of the units taught. The district put this together to help parents better understand the shifts taking place in math instruction.  Barrington, RI Parent Website
This is a highly accessible website that the district created to help parents understand the key concepts and skills their children are learning with Eureka Math.  PTA Guides to the Standards in ELA and Math
The guides provide an overview of what children will learn by the end of each grade in math as well as English language arts.  EngageNY Parent Portal
The New York state website has many resources to help parents become more familiar with the new standards and curriculum, including in math.  Great Schools Milestones
Short videos help parents understand what the standards expect students to be able to do in math and English language arts by the end of each grade.
Here are additional online resources which parents may find useful:
 Lafayette Schools Math Resource
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