Last school year, our math curriculum was updated to meet the needs of the Common Core Standards. Our teachers incorporate both the Georgia Math Curriculum and Daily WarmUps with their students.
One of my main jobs as the Title 1 Teacher is to provide supplemental instruction to help our students use math strategies so that they can fluently solve math facts and know which math operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and/or division) they need to use to solve math problems. 
Number SenseNumber sense is a person's ability to use and understand numbers:
· knowing their relative values, · how to use them to make judgments, · how to use them in flexible ways when adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing · how to develop useful strategies when counting, measuring or estimating. The blue link is for grades 25 The green link are activities parents can do at home. 
Fact FluencyLearning the basic facts is a struggle for many students. Research has shown that struggling students who used math strategies to master the basic facts (+, , x, /) were more successful than students who just tried to memorize the facts.
The link below is a rhyme to help with learning the facts that add up to ten. 
Talking Math "Parents who use number words while speaking to their young children – even if the children don't seem to grasp their meanings at first – are giving them a considerable head start in learning math, new research suggests. " Read the rest of the article below to learn more.
