North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTM) Math Fair

Eastern Region
East Carolina University
March 10, 2017

Central Region
North Asheboro Middle School
March 18, 2017

Western Region
Appalachian State University
March 25, 2017

State Math Fair
April 28, 2017
School of Science and Mathematics in Durham, NC.
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The Parent Roadmap is a preview to what students will be learning in each grade level in mathematics. The guide provides some examples of the types of math problems students will be introduced to in that grade level.
Parent Roadmap

This resource answers Frequently Asked Questions regarding the math standards.
Parent FAQ

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics site provides resources to families to help children succeed in mathematics. This site includes a Homework Help and a Family Corner to engage adults in children's education.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Family Resources

The Parents’ Guides to Student Success were developed by teachers, parents and education experts. Created for grades K-8 high school English language arts/literacy and mathematics the guides provide clear, consistent expectations for what students should be learning at each grade in order to be prepared for college and career.
PTA Parent Guides

The Eureka Math Parent Tip Sheets:
These are another tool parents can turn to in order to better understand some of the key concepts by grade level.

Parent Document - This document gives a grade-by-grade view of the development of mathematics learning described in the Common Core State standards.

The Hunt Institute and National PTA – Video series

Article - Family Roots of Math Anxiety
Parent Article

Summer Math-Links to games you can play with your child that reinforce mathematical understanding for each grade level
Summer Math