Planning math instruction is a demanding aspect of teaching. Teachers need to have an overall sense of the curriculum for the whole year, of what’s going to be taught each month, and of what specifically to teach each day. Planning math instruction demands that teachers have an overall sense of the curriculum for the entire year, a focus for each month, and a specific plan for each day. The guides in this series make it easy to plan all three. In these all-in-one volumes, teachers get a wealth of ideas, organized by month, for the entire school year, covering everything from learning environment and mathematics insight to investigations, literature-based activities, menus, routines, games, mathematics writing, assessment, and parent communication. The books include reproducibles. Topics of study include problem solving, numeration and place value, geometry, measurement, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, algebraic thinking, and more.