i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Overview

Grades K–8 (English)

Get to Know i-Ready Classroom Mathematics

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Program Components

Check out the wealth of instructional resources to support teachers in effective implementation, including assessment tools and support for differentiated instruction.

Teacher Experience Scavenger Hunt

Take a deep dive of the i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Teacher Experience!

Unit Games

The Unit Games give students an opportunity to explore mathematical concepts, develop computational fluency, deepen understanding and build mathematical connections.

Primary Grade Games

Grade Level Games are fun, non-digital games available for Grades K, 1, and 2 that can be played any time of year. They are designed to help build fluency and understanding of foundational concepts.

Center Activities

These activities provide practice for every lesson as students work collaboratively to apply skills, strategies, and procedures through differentiated activities.

Digital Components Guide

This guide provides an overview of the digital components available as part of the i-Ready Classroom Mathematics program.

Teacher Digital Experience Walkthrough Guide

Use this guide to help you explore i-Ready Classroom Mathematics’ Teacher Digital Experience.

Student Digital Experience Walkthrough Guide

Use this guide to help you explore i-Ready Classroom Mathematics’ Student Digital Experience.

How the Diagnostic Assessment and i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Work Together

Data and reports from the Diagnostic and i-Ready Classroom Mathematics resources drive teacher-led instruction and support student learning.

Assessment Opportunities in i-Ready Classroom Mathematics

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics provides assessment resources before, during, and after instruction to support you with making informed instructional decisions every step of the way.

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Our Commitment to Equity

Read about our commitment to equity, including what we've done, what we're focused on, and where we're headed.

Try–Discuss–Connect Routine

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Lesson Walkthrough

Watch an overview of an i-Ready Classroom Mathematics lesson in action.

Try–Discuss–Connect Routine

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics uses the Try–Discuss–Connect routine to spark meaningful partner and whole class discussions.

Discourse Cards

i-Ready Mathematics Discourse Cards provide a way to engage all students in meaningful mathematical conversations.

Math Posters

Two posters: One for establishing classroom norms and hand signals for mathematical discourse and another for learning the Try–Discuss–Connect routine

Ready Classroom Mathematics FAQ for Lesson 0.
Introduce i-Ready Classroom Mathematics to Your Classes

Lesson 0 is intended to be used during the first five days of school to establish mathematics instructional routines that set students up for success all year long.

i-Ready Overview

Watch this short video for a quick introduction to i-Ready.

Get to Know i-Ready

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i-Ready Tour

Through the power of one intuitive system whose pieces were built from the ground up to work together, teachers have the tools they need to ensure students are on the road to proficiency.

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i-Ready Central®

Access the support and resources you need to get the most out of i‑Ready, including videos, tips, planning tools, printable resources, and actionable ideas from other i‑Ready educators across the country.

Learning Games

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Learning Games Overview

i-Ready’s fun and interactive Learning Games strengthen understanding of mathematical concepts and foster a positive relationship to challenging elementary mathematics standards.

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Educator Guide: Learning Games

Learn more about what the Learning Games are, how they benefit students, and how they fit into the classroom.

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Access Learning Games

Watch a demo of each Learning Game and get instructions for accessing the games on your own.

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