With over 500 math problems for K–5, here’s how Exemplars Problem Solving for the Common Core works:
Exemplars tasks are uniquely created for the Common Core. Material aligns to the Standards for Mathematical Content and Mathematical Practice.
Find open-ended math tasks for classroom instruction, exploration or assessment.
Print and review Preliminary Planning Sheets for each task. This useful guide outlines math vocabulary, concepts, solutions and strategies for every problem.Start your free trial to see a sample planning sheet »
Exemplars instructional tasks are differentiated at 3 levels of performance. These may also be used as a formative assessment tool.
There are 4 or more instructional tasks for each applicable Common Core standard.
Summative assessment tasks include anchor papers and scoring rationales that demonstrate student work in accordance with the 4 levels of Exemplars assessment rubric.
Exemplars rubrics provide clear guidelines for assessing student work. Our assessment rubric supports the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
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For each grade level (K–5), we’ve picked sample tasks from one Common Core Content Standard for you to check out. These are the same, complete tasks that subscription users have.
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