Everyday Mathematics, Second Edition © 2001/2002

Everyday Mathematics, Second Edition teaches the basics . . . and a whole lot more! This comprehensive and balanced mathematics curriculum, developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project, is based on extensive research, teacher input, and field-testing. Students learn computational skills as well as a broad range of mathematics concepts including data and probability, geometry and spatial sense, measures and measurement, algebra and uses of variables.

Everyday Mathematics, Second Edition © 2001/2002

Everyday Mathematics is an enriched, comprehensive, and balanced mathematics curriculum for grades K-6. Used in over 175,000 classrooms and with over 2.8 million students, Everyday Mathematics has a proven legacy of success. Districts from all over the country have reported strong evidence of dramatic improvement student achievement and test scores.

Everyday Mathematics, Second Edition, is user-friendly and gives comprehensive teacher support. As a direct result of teacher feedback, the updated program includes:

  • Easy-to-use 3-part lesson plans for each unit
  • Grade-specific Assessment Handbooks full of suggestions for monitoring progress
  • Hardcover Student Reference Books now available at each grade for Grades 3-6


  • The Basics - Plenty of attention to computational and arithmetic skills
  • Rigorous Math  - In-depth study of all the mathematics strands: geometry, data, probability, measurement, algebra and the uses of variables Learned and applied over time and a wide variety of contexts
  • Meaningful Problem Solving - Woven throughout every lesson
  • Cross-Curricular Connections 
  • Meaningful Teacher Support  - Teacher materials are easy to use and provide multiple options for teaching to individual needs
  • Inservice and training provided for maximum implementation results
  • A variety of assessment tools


A wide array of test scores from across the country give repeated examples of the Everyday Mathematics legacy that high expectations lead to dramatic student improvement!