West Virginia College- and Career- Readiness Standards

  • Mathematics content standards
  • State mandates for instruction

West Virginia Standards Frameworks for Mathematics

  • Content guide for teaching mathematics
  • Effective strategies for mathematics

West Virginia Educators’ Guide for Mathematics​​

  • Grade level specific strategies
  • Help for teaching content to the intent of the standards
  • Grade level specific connections to the Mathematics Habits of Mind

West Virginia Formative Assessment Toolkit

  • Guide to the formative assessment process
  • Strategies for assessment

West Virginia Alternate Academic Achievement Standards

  • Defines the alternate academic achievement standards grades K-12 for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities and provides rigorous and challenging standards to meet the requirements of Policy 2510.
  • A student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) Team determines whether the student has a significant cognitive disability requiring instruction on these standards.

Support for West Virginia Alternate Academic Achievement Standards

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Books

  • Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children form Birth through Age 8, 3rd ed., ISBN-13:  978-1928896647

Copple, C. & Bredekamp, S. (Eds.) (2009). Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children form Birth through Age 8, 3rd ed.  Washington, D.C. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

  • Teaching Preschool and Kindergarten Math, ISBN-13:  978-1935099444

Carlyle, A. & Mercado, B. (2012).  Teaching Preschool and Kindergarten Math.  Sausalito, CA.  Scholastic, Math Solutions.

  • The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Volume 4: Mathematics.  ISBN-13: 9781606177013

Copley, C., Jones, C., & Dighe, J. (2010). The Creative Curriculum for Preschool Volume 4: Mathematics.  Washington, D.C. Teaching Strategies

Online Resources

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAYEC): Math

This webpage within the NAEYC site includes various articles for teachers regarding making math playful and meaningful and how children learn and understand math.
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Preschool Math Ideas: Hiding in Plain Sight (Head Start Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center)

This webpage provides video and transcript that illustrates ways that math can be taught through children's daily learning activities and environments, including storybooks. An Follow-Up res
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Math and the Preschool Child: High Five Mathematize

This webinar describes how to help teachers bring out the math in children’s everyday activities. It also reviews resources and tools for supervisors to support teaching staff in how to "mathematize" in four areas: numbers and operations, geometry and spatial sense, patterns, and measurement.
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Bedtime Math

Bedtime Math is an website designed with resources to assist families, libraries, educators, and volunteers in helping kids unleash the power of math through home activities. Resources and materials are provided for educators working with parents. A variety of parent engagement activities are provided in the Bedtime Math for Educators tab.
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West Virginia TREE Resources for Pre-Kindergarten Mathematics