List of Essential Lessons and Resources by Grade

Standards List

Priority Standards in Mathematics and Reading.

Priority Standards in Mathematics and Reading

This resource outlines priority instructional content in Mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA)/Literacy from Achieve the Core and provides guidance on content priorities based on college- and career-ready Mathematics and ELA/Literacy standards.

Recommended Pacing and Resources for Summer Learning

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i-Ready for Mathematics materials.

i-Ready Lesson Lists for Mathematics
(Grades K–8)

This resource for mathematics is meant to serve as a guide to help determine which skills to cover during limited learning time during the summer and includes a variety of resources to use for different instructional needs, from independent work while students are working on a computer to teacher-led instruction, practice, and collaborative work.

i-Ready for Reading materials.

i-Ready Lesson Lists for Reading
(Grades K–8)

This resource for reading is meant to serve as a guide to help determine which skills to cover during limited learning time during the summer and includes a variety of resources to use for different instructional needs, from independent work while students are working on a computer to teacher-led instruction and practice.

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Lesson Lists.

i-Ready Classroom Mathematics Lesson Lists

This resource maps out Mini Units for using i-Ready Classroom Mathematics for summer learning. Each week focuses on one general topic or standards cluster.  The first four weeks’ instruction concentrates on Major Content Area lessons and content that is most critical for each grade. The final two weeks’ instruction weave in Supporting/Additional Content standards to help reinforce topics that students will build on in the fall.

Ready Mathematics Lesson Lists.

Ready Mathematics Lesson Lists

This resource maps out Mini Units for using Ready Mathematics for summer learning. Each week focuses on one general topic or standards cluster. The first four weeks’ instruction concentrates on Major Content Area lessons and content that is most critical for each particular grade. The final two weeks’ instruction may weave in Supporting/Additional Content standards
to help reinforce topics that students will build on in the fall.