General Resources for Helping Your Child with Math

  • Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics Created by the U.S. Department of Education, "Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics," provides tips, resources, and fun activities that parents can use with children from preschool through fifth grade to strengthen their mathematics skills and build positive attitudes toward mathematics. For more information on how you can help your child learn mathematics just click the link!

Resources Specific to Helping with Homework

  • Click here for a free English/Spanish Web resource that offers ten activities that help parents of elementary-aged children do math with their children as a part of everyday routines

  • Doing Math Together provides an explanation of how to help students with their Investigations homework.

  • How to Help your Child with Homework- this includes a great lists of questions parents can ask their children while working, as well as practical tips like "don't do the homework for them!"

Don't Forget to Share Pearson SuccessNet with Parents :)

Pearson SuccessNet
Once a class is registered on SuccessNet, students and parents can have online access from home to:

  • Student Resources (Shapes, GeoLogo, and e-tools)
  • Investigations Student Math Handbook (SMH) in English and/or Spanish
  • Notices the teacher has posted for the class or for particular students