Numbers should add up to more than a right answer. They should inspire aha moments and joyful connections. Eureka Math® set a new standard for rigor, coherence, and focus in the classroom so students gain a deeper understanding of the why behind the numbers, all while making math more enjoyable to learn and teach.
“Students learn to think, strategize and solve problems… not just get answers.”
Thoughtfully constructed and designed like a story, Eureka Math is meticulously coherent, with an intense focus on key concepts that layer over time, creating enduring knowledge. Students gain a complete body of math knowledge, not just a discrete set of skills. They use the same models and problem-solving methods from grade to grade, so math concepts stay with them, year after year.
Eureka Math offers a full complement of PreK–12 print materials including Teacher Editions, Student Workbooks, and more. New Learn, Practice, Succeed student workbooks (Grades K–8) offer teachers multiple ways to differentiate instruction, provide extra practice, and assess student learning, and are available in Armenian, Arabic, French, Korean, Mandarin, and Spanish.
Built to be flexible in today's fluid learning environment, Eureka Math in Sync allows you to access all the Eureka Math resources you need, anytime, anywhere. Featuring digestible video lessons and downloadable and fillable PDFs, Eureka Math in Sync makes toggling between home and the classroom seamless.
Created to help students catch up on learning, Eureka Math Equip™—a digital premodule assessment tool—helps teachers identify and remediate knowledge gaps so that all students can achieve their potential.
Affirm® is the perfect complement to Eureka Math Equip. Affirm is a digital mid- and end-of-module assessment and practice tool that equips educators with a robust database of formative items and analytics tools that help track student progress and identify areas of need.
Designed by Great Minds teacher–writers, our range of professional development resources support educators in implementing Eureka Math.
Whether you’re just getting started with Eureka Math or want to learn more, our Resource Overview Session webinars are a great way to explore the curriculum.
Did you know that 2,200 years ago the Greek astronomer and mathematician Aristarchus of Samos was the first scientist to calculate the distance to the moon by using careful observations, measurements, and a geometric model? It took 2,000 years for someone to come up with a better method! Calculating the distance to the moon is just one example of the real-world problems embedded throughout the Eureka Math® curriculum.
Piloting Eureka Math is a great way to see how the curriculum can drive equity and spark a students’ love of math. Sign up to pilot the curriculum below.
“The greatest joy was to see children discussing why they got a certain math answer and explaining different problem-solving strategies.”