JUMP Math's Kindergarten to 8th grade Common Core Edition teacher and student resources are available now. The 4th grade resources are in their second edition to incorporate teachers' feedback.
Designed from the ground up using our proven classroom math curriculum, JUMP Math’s methods and resources will help educators and parents implement the US Common Core State Standards.
Preview the 1st to 8th grade Assessment & Practice Books and Teacher's Guides, or place your orders now.
SMART Lesson Materials for 1st to 8th grades are available now.
We are developing Kindergarten Common Core Edition resources for release in 2016. Please register to be put on our e-mail list or check back often for release dates.
Schools and Teachers
JUMP Math Teacher Resources are designed to be used by teachers in a classroom setting. Our lesson plans are comprehensive, yet flexible enough to allow teachers to present questions and extensions that engage and challenge a diverse range of students. We will offer SMART Lesson Materials for each grade. Our Student Assessment and Practice (AP) Books provide additional opportunities for teachers to pinpoint areas that need additional attention and allow students to demonstrate their mastery of concepts.
You can also see how JUMP Math works on YouTube.
JUMP Math Teacher Resouces provide the materials and methods homeschoolers need to tailor math instruction so they can foster each child's understanding and self-confidence.
About JUMP Math
JUMP Math is a registered non-profit that promotes numeracy based on the belief that all children can learn math, all teachers can teach math, and both can enjoy it. Our highly effective approach features meticulously crafted lesson plans that enable teachers to explain math concepts in a clear and engaging way. A careful progression from basic concepts to challenging problems methodically builds student understanding, confidence, and love of math.
Read about the extraordinary success teachers have experienced using JUMP Math in the New York Times article “A Better Way to Teach Math” and explore news reports about JUMP Math.