Math Study Links is provided by Everyday Mathematics, a comprehensive mathematics program for children in pre-kindergarten through grade six, and is developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project and published by McGraw-Hill Education. In the United States, about 220,000 classrooms are using Everyday Mathematics every year.
The Everyday Mathematics curriculum emphasizes the use of solid real-life examples that are both meaningful and memorable to serve as an introduction to important mathematical concepts. Continual exposure to these concepts helps develop children's recall ability, as does as frequent practice of basic computation aptitude, often through verbal exercises and games. The curriculum also emphasizes the use of numerous methods of problem-solving to accommodate different learning styles. The Everyday Mathematics curriculum is designed to build and expand the mathematical understanding and proficiency of students.
A section for parents is organized by grade for mathematical study at home. Each grade level provides a detailed overview concerning relevant goals, help with homework, a student gallery of classroom projects and a collection of activities a child can do any time to supplement classroom activities.
A teachers' section is also provided, and features links to information organized by grade concerning topics for lessons, activities and games, as well as a glossary of terms, literature references, pacing guides, and more.