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    Our math series is ENVISION Mathematics Common Core ...we will be learning how to navigate through the book and tools together.  Students will know how to get onto the site. They should be able to explain to you how to get onto the website. As well as how to utilize the various tools that should be used often in order to strengthen their skills.

    EnVision Math Login Instructions for Students:


    Students will use their district Google account credentials to log into Pearson EnVision Math.  You will NOT use a username or password to access your Math resources and class assignments.  

    Please find your login instructions below:

    1.  You MUST FIRST LOG INTO your district Google account (or Gmail)
      1. Your email is studentID@jacksonsd.org  ex: 8675309@jacksonsd.org
      2. Password: initials and studentID  ex: jb8675309
      3. If this is your first time logging into Gmail, your password is welcome#jsd.  
    2. While still in your Gmail, go to the Apps button (waffle).
    3. Click “More” at the bottom.
    4. Click the “Easy Bridge” icon and you will be there! They will be taken directly to Pearson.  Just click “Realize” in the lower right and you’re there!


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     Please make sure to check over your child's homework every night so that corrections can be made quickly. This will greatly benefit your child. Make sure to continue to practice these skills on a consistent basis.  Items from previous Topics will spiral on tests throughout the year...

    Topic 1: Generalizing Place Value in various forms.  

    Topic 2:  Adding and Subtracting Multi Digit Numbers...

     Topic 3:  Multiplying 1 digit numbers using strategies and properties. 

      Topic 4: Multiplying 2-Digit numbers .using strategies and properties

     TOPIC 5:   Divide by 1-Digit Numbers using strategies and properties.

    **all upcoming topics can be viewed on the site** 



    Multiplication Facts


    It is a crucial skill since our math lessons revolve around knowing these facts both quickly and accurately,

    as well as addition and subtraction facts learned in previous years.

    Continuous practice at home is STRONGLY encouraged!