The Curriculum: CCSS-Aligned in Skills and Pedagogy

Daily Brain Boosts for Yearlong Math Learning!

This set is 180 days of engaging, standards-aligned spiral reviews for math in Grades 2-5. Each day has its own blackline master for students AND corresponding Google Slides. The year starts with a review of previous math standards and then progresses into a spiral review all year long of current math skills and concepts.

Don’t just use our daily spiral reviews for math warmups: they are also great as an intervention tool, for formative assessment, centers work, games, and so much more!

Spiral Math for 2nd Grade

Spiral Math for 3rd Grade

Spiral Math for 4th Grade

Spiral Math for 5th Grade

Each of these sets also includes templates for Number of the Day, an open-ended activity that can be used with any number that fits student needs and what you’re teaching in math. Templates grow change in complexity as the year goes on and students are more confident working with numbers! See Number of the Day for: Grades 2-3 | Grades 4-5

Skill-Boosting Packets for Summer Learning!

If you’re looking for a little summer math boost or intervention materials for next school year, check out our NEW student workbooks! Covering all the critical math standards for each grade level, each packet is six weeks of learning that blends critical thinking, games, and skill building in a student and parent-friendly format.

Ready for 1st Grade!

1st grade
Ready for 2nd Grade!

2nd grade
Ready for 3rd Grade!

3rd grade
Ready for 4th Grade!

4th grade
Ready for 5th Grade!

Coming Soon:
Ready for 6th Grade!

Resources for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage

Lieracy Activities for Grades 2-3


This collection of literacy activities for 13 AAPI stories is designed for 2nd and 3rd graders. Each picture book has companion graphic organizers and critical thinking activities, as well as nonfiction passages highlight the region or culture from the story.

This unit covers key literacy standards including: reading literature and nonfiction, comparing and contrasting, identifying cause and effect, identifying main ideas and details, summarizing, analyzing character, finding text evidence, and considering multiple perspectives.

Books in this AAPI Heritage Unit:

Two of Everything (Lily Toy Hong) • The Green Frogs (Yumi Heo) • Mela and the Elephant (Dow Phumiruk) • The Lotus Seed (Sherry Garland) • The Most Beautiful Thing (Kao Kalia Yang) • A Different Pond (Bao Phi) • The Name Jar (Yangsook Choi) • How My Parents Learned to Eat (Ina R. Friedman) • Hot, Hot Roti for Dada-Ji (F. Zia) • Cora Cooks Pancit • ‘Ohana Means Family (Ilima Loomis)

To learn more about each of the titles above, read our blog post!

Fred Korematsu Speaks Up: Companion Unit for Grades 4-7


Inspire your students with the perseverance and courage of Fred Korematsu!

This guide is a companion to the book Fred Korematsu Speaks Up, by Laura Atkins and Stan Yogi. This unit covers key literacy standards including: analysis of poetry,reading nonfiction texts, comparing and contrasting authors and information, identifying cause and effect, identifying main ideas and details, analyzing vocabulary, making claims, considering multiple perspectives, and citing evidence.

This unit provides essential questions, critical thinking activities for each chapter, as well as pre-reading activities. Multiple synthesis activities are provided at the end, including a choice menu to for students to determine how they want to show what they know.

Ongoing activities that students complete throughout the book are: a timeline log, a map of the western US, and a running list of causes and effects.

NOTE: This is a companion guide to the book. You will need to purchase the book separately.

NEW! Unit 2 of Our Remote Learning in Math Series (Grades 1-5)

We now have 4+ weeks of remote math instruction for grades 1-5!

A great follow to our beginning of the year review, or use it as a standalone! Teach your students about operations, expressions and equations, area models, number lines, and ratio tables using our digitally interactive materials. Many of our assignments and assessments are in Google Forms and when possible are even self graded! Also new to these units are PDF slides formatted just for SeeSaw for grades 1 and 2!

1st grade

2nd grade

3rd grade

4th grade

5th grade

Remote Learning: Beginning of the Year Review Units in Math

2 weeks worth of digital math review to prepare your students for the new year!

Each unit provides at least two weeks of fully remote lesson plans, interactive games, online student demonstrations and visuals, printable activity sheets and manipulatives, and more! Units were designed to address all the critical areas of focus in the CCSS-M for the previous grade level.

1st grade (Kinder review)

2nd grade (1st-grade review)

3rd grade (2nd-grade review)

4th grade (3rd-grade review)

5th grade (4th-grade review)

More Remote Resources

Our resources allow you to to interact, engage, and collaborate with students in a remote environment. Keep checking back – more are available every day!

New Remote Resource!

All Kinds of Questions

This set includes Google Form interviews and surveys to get to know your students and for students to get to know each other. A PDF of all the interviews are included for your reference, and for when you want to use a paper copy.

All Kinds of Questions also includes TONS of silly and thoughtful question starters to use in online classroom discussions and as a Question of the Day!


Geometry: Grade 4

Our newest unit offers twelve engaging lessons covering 4th Grade CCSS-M:

  • points, lines, rays, angles
  • parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines
  • measuring angles
  • solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles
  • symmetry

COMPLETE RESOURCES: Teacher Guide, Answer Key, Student Booklet, and Google-Integrated Materials

Graphing: Grade 3

This unit offers ten engaging lessons covering 3rd Grade CCSS-M:

  • vertical and horizontal bar graphs
  • picture graphs
  • scaled graphs

COMPLETE RESOURCES: Teacher Guide, Answer Key, Student Booklet, and Google-Integrated Materials

As always, we hope that our resources save you time and engage your students. We LOVE feedback and are always trying to make things better. Please send us an email at and let us know that you think!

Krista & Audrey

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