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CCSS Math 
Search by Common Core standard (use your Learning Log to locate these standards). Then, follow the links provided for practice opportunities!

CCSS Math Practice 
Search by grade level, then Common Core standard (use your Learning Log to locate these CCSS Standards for the Learning Targets we are covering). Please note, some questions shown could be for standards covered in future LT's

IXL - Fluency Practice 
IXL is a good website for a great deal of fluency/procedural practice. The topics are not fully aligned to the Common Core standards, are are listed more as individual skills. However, there is a good deal of cross-over, so a bit of searching should deal to decent procedural practice. Please note - this is skill-based practice only, not deep understanding. Focus should be on speed and accuracy!

Kuta Software - Algebra 
Kuta Software is a wealth of worksheets for procedural/fluency level practice, NOT deep understanding. Answer keys are also provided to check your work! Focus should be on speed and accuracy. Not aligned to Common Core standards, but a little searching based on the skills listed should lead to good practice. 

Even though this is "Algebra" practice, many of the skills are still applicable to our MYP Year 1 math course, especially if looking for more of a challenge level practice!

Kuta Software - Pre-Algebra  
Kuta Software is a wealth of worksheets for procedural/fluency level practice, NOT deep understanding. Answer keys are also provided to check your work! Focus should be on speed and accuracy. Not aligned to Common Core standards, but a little searching based on the skills listed should lead to good practice.

OpenEd Video Library 
Video library if more direct instruction (teaching) is needed. Search by Learning Target keyword. If using for an Action Plan, be sure to "do" something with your new knowledge, such as adding to your notes in a different colored ink, writing a summary of the video in your notes, doing practice problems from the textbook or other online resources, explaining your new knowledge to a parent, etc. You wouldn't ever sit in class and just listen to your teacher without "doing" or "producing" anything...try not to do this at home either!