**Common Core Standards**

Washington State has adopted the Common Core State Standards. However, students will continue to be assessed based on the 2008 Washington State Mathematics Standards until the 2014-2015 school year.Below is a list of links and resources that I have found useful in helping Seattle Public School teachers prepare for this transition.

**Common Core Standards**

**2008 Washington State Mathematics Standards**

- K-8 Washington Mathematics Standards
- OSPI links to K-8 Strand Documents

Similar to the "K-5 trajectory" documents for the Common Core (linked above), the "strand" documents show the developmental progression of each math strand across the grade levels.

**Transitioning from WA Standards to the Common Core**

- OSPI links to Transition Documents by Grade Level

These helpful documents show a side-by-side comparison of the 2008 WA Standards and the Common Core - OSPI document outlining the recommended

3-Year Transition Plan for Mathematics showing

K-2, 3-5, 6-8 plans. - OSPI document about Students with Disabilities and the Common Core

**Seattle Public Schools--**

*Everyday Mathematics**Everyday Mathematics*and Common Core Alignment*Everyday Mathematics*Games/Skills

Correlation Chart, Grades K-3*Everyday Mathematics*Games/Skills

Correlation Chart, Grades 4-6*Everyday Mathematics*Resource Center,

University of Chicago- SPS Elementary Mathematics Website links to
*Everyday Mathematics*resources for families and brief summaries of math standards *Everyday Mathematics*On-Line

**Additional Resources**

- XtraMath

This is a free, on-line math fact practice website with tools (graphs, fact mastery grids, calendars, and email reports) to help students, teachers and parents track progress. - Developmental Learning Trajectories, Primary Grades

This helpful outline shows how children naturally develop math concepts from ages 1-8.