This book is modeled after Jim Burke’s successful Common Core Companion Series. It is the first of two books (K-2, 3-5) in the series. The book will include a clear explanation of the mathematics within each domain, cluster, and standard and suggested grade level appropriate visual models and representations. It is a book for math teachers who may or may not be math specialists. As teachers plan and develop their curriculum, this book will help them determine important mathematics in a cluster and how that mathematics connects from one grade to the next as well as within a grade.

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Winner of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching, **Linda M. Gojak **directed the Center for Mathematics and Science Education, Teaching, and Technology (CMSETT) at John Carroll University for 16 years. She has spent 28 years teaching elementary and middle school mathematics, and has served as the president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM), and the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

**Ruth Harbin Miles** coaches rural, suburban, and inner-city school mathematics teachers. Her professional experiences include coordinating the K-12 Mathematics Teaching and Learning Program for the Olathe, Kansas, Public Schools for more than 25 years; teaching mathematics methods courses at Virginia’s Mary Baldwin College; and serving on the Board of Directors for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematic, and both the Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics. Ruth is a co-author of five Corwin books including A *Guide to Mathematics Coaching*, *A Guide to Mathematics Leadership*, *Visible Thinking in the* *K-8 Mathematics Classroom, The Common Core Mathematics Standards, and Realizing Rigor in the Mathematics Classroom. *As co-owner of Happy Mountain Learning, Ruth specializes in developing teachers’ content knowledge and strategies for engaging students to achieve high standards in mathematics.

"The Common Core State Standards in Math needed to be deciphered! After reading this book, teachers will have acquired an abundance of realistic steps to achieve fantastic outcomes! Well done!"--Susan E. Schipper, Elementary Teacher

"I loved this book. It is a must have for K-2 teachers. The breakdown and explanation of the math skills is excellent. As a teacher who has been teaching Common Core for a few years, I wish I had had something like this to help guide me from the beginning. I will definitely recommend it for my school. This book is a winner for classroom teachers." --Donna Adkins, First Grade Teacher

"I love the user-friendly organization of this book. Teachers in K-2 can easily check the prior grade level standards to see how each standard builds off of another. Teachers who have multi-age primary classrooms will appreciate the easy-to-follow examples. All teachers will value the clear "I do, you do" format presented in the book as well as the common misconceptions sections which will help teachers plan accordingly." --Renee J. Nealon, Second Grade Teacher

"This book is worth its weight in gold, for states following the Common Core and for states who don't. States not using the Common Core can use this book for a better perspective of what is meant by rigor and how students can master the standards, which are very similar to individual state standards . . . The importance of the book is immeasurable."--Pat Baker, Retired Elementary Teacher, NBCT

"This companion supports implementation of the Common Core Mathematics Standards with attention to the instructional shifts: focus, coherence, and rigor. The standard-by-standard examples provide teachers with an image of what the standards looks like in the classroom for both teachers and students. The attention to students' conceptions helps teachers plan with student thinking in mind and contributes to the collaborative work of grade-level teams."--Nicole Rigelman, Associate Professor

"This practical, exemplary resource provides teachers support in their understanding and learning of the Common Core Mathematics Standards. The book does an excellent job of unpacking what the Standards mean and makes explicit connections both to the Standards for Mathematical Practice and common student misconceptions. It is an ideal choice for a book study at either the grade or school level."--Jeffrey Shih, Associate Professor

"This book is a must go-to for classroom teachers and coaches and leaders who support teachers in implementation of the Common Core Mathematics Standards. Connecting the Common Core Mathematics Standards (both content standards and practice standards) together with the effective teaching practices (Principles to Actions, NCTM, 2014), the authors provide the practical resources to support teachers in deepening their understanding of the mathematics in the Standards in ways that will enable them to bring these Standards alive for all students. It is a book that will be the cornerstone of our professional development."--Cathy Martin, Director of PreK-12 Mathematics

"At the end of the day, it's our students who matter most. Have we made them feel great about themselves as learners or not? It's that simple. So it's with a huge sigh of relief --and a round of applause--that I recommend The Common Core Math Companion, K-2. Linda Gojak and Ruth Harbin Miles bring to this book a deep understanding of the developmental needs of children in the primary grades. Let's face it, the CCSS are challenging, perhaps especially at K-2, and we have to be extra vigilant about how they influence instruction in the early grades. These two experts also deliver the goods needed for successfully implementing the standards day-day-day, including key vocabulary, models, lists of manipulatives, reproducibles for kids. I especially admire the recurring sections on students' misconceptions and common errors, so that teachers have a clear sense of what to watch for, and more importantly, the kind of skills and understandings to teach into in future lessons."--Sharon Taberski, Author of The Common Core Companion: The Standards Decoded, K-2*"The Common Core State Standards in Math needed to be deciphered! After reading this book, teachers will have acquired an abundance of realistic steps to achieve fantastic outcomes! Well done!"*

*"This companion supports implementation of the Common Core Mathematics Standards with attention to the instructional shifts: focus, coherence, and rigor. The standard-by-standard examples provide teachers with an image of what the standards looks like in the classroom for both teachers and students. The attention to students' conceptions helps teachers plan with student thinking in mind and contributes to the collaborative work of grade-level teams."*

"This practical, exemplary resource provides teachers support in their understanding and learning of the Common Core Mathematics Standards. The book does an excellent job of unpacking what the Standards mean and makes explicit connections both to the Standards for Mathematical Practice and common student misconceptions. It is an ideal choice for a book study at either the grade or school level."

--Jeffrey Shih, Associate Professor--Cathy Martin, Director of PreK-12 Mathematics

*"At the end of the day, it's our students who matter most. Have we made them feel great about themselves as learners or not? It's that simple. So it's with a huge sigh of relief --and a round of applause--that I recommend *The Common Core Math Companion, K-2.* Linda Gojak and Ruth Harbin Miles bring to this book a deep understanding of the developmental needs of children in the primary grades. Let's face it, the CCSS are challenging, perhaps especially at K-2, and we have to be extra vigilant about how they influence instruction in the early grades. These two experts also deliver the goods needed for successfully implementing the standards day-day-day, including key vocabulary, models, lists of manipulatives, reproducibles for kids. I especially admire the recurring sections on students' misconceptions and common errors, so that teachers have a clear sense of what to watch for, and more importantly, the kind of skills and understandings to teach into in future lessons."*

*-This companion supports implementation of the Common Core Mathematics Standards with attention to the instructional shifts: focus, coherence, and rigor. The standard-by-standard examples provide teachers with an image of what the standards looks like in the classroom for both teachers and students. The attention to students' conceptions helps teachers plan with student thinking in mind and contributes to the collaborative work of grade-level teams.-*

-This practical, exemplary resource provides teachers support in their understanding and learning of the Common Core Mathematics Standards. The book does an excellent job of unpacking what the Standards mean and makes explicit connections both to the Standards for Mathematical Practice and common student misconceptions. It is an ideal choice for a book study at either the grade or school level.-

--Jeffrey Shih, Associate Professor--Cathy Martin, Director of PreK-12 Mathematics

*-At the end of the day, it's our students who matter most. Have we made them feel great about themselves as learners or not? It's that simple. So it's with a huge sigh of relief --and a round of applause--that I recommend *The Common Core Math Companion, K-2.* Linda Gojak and Ruth Harbin Miles bring to this book a deep understanding of the developmental needs of children in the primary grades. Let's face it, the CCSS are challenging, perhaps especially at K-2, and we have to be extra vigilant about how they influence instruction in the early grades. These two experts also deliver the goods needed for successfully implementing the standards day-day-day, including key vocabulary, models, lists of manipulatives, reproducibles for kids. I especially admire the recurring sections on students' misconceptions and common errors, so that teachers have a clear sense of what to watch for, and more importantly, the kind of skills and understandings to teach into in future lessons.-*

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