Kicking off the new school year, you may be looking for ways to ease your students back into math. Here are a few ways that Curriculum Pathways can help. And remember, all Curriculum Pathways resources, including apps, are free!

### Check out Crio!

Use our brand new drag-and-drop editor to transform your static, paper-based lesson plans into online resources; and you don't need any programming skills. Imagine, create, and share lessons that inspire students' natural curiosity. Include audio, text, images, video, and interactive content. Available question elements include mathematical notation/scientific symbols.

Your best ideas can now reach students around the world!

**Math Stretch**

Need a fun, quick way for your students to develop their elementary math skills? Math Stretch provides activities targeting number sense such as counting, telling time, comparing and ordering numbers, and much more.

### Data Depot

If you’ve been looking for data in all the wrong places, then Data Depot is just what you need. Populated with over 180 data sets, Data Depot houses exciting data sources and focused lessons that will help your students become more data literate.

### Proving Triangle Congruence

Need to teach triangle congruence? Using these two geometry lessons -- Proving Triangle Congruence -- SSS and SAS; Proving Triangle Congruence -- ASA and AAS -- students learn to prove triangle congruence using interactive components and guided practice.

### A Complete Algebra 1 Course?

Yup! This course addresses Common Core State Standards for Algebra 1. As students complete the course units, they'll learn to solve equations and inequalities, identify sequences, graph functions, display and analyze data, simplify radical and polynomial expressions, and factor polynomial expressions.

### Want More?

We have over 500 math resources available at no cost. From quadratic equations to data analysis, we've got you covered.

## 2 Comments

I looking for a program on writing the problems out. The next class I going to take is looking for the the students to write out the problems in the discussion. I never done that before. Can you help?

Thanks

cynthia

We would love to help! Can you elaborate one what exactly you are meaning by "writing the problems out"? Do you mean showing your work?