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Learning Resources

Unit 3 Instructional Math Videos

Fourth: NF.2 Compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators, e.g., by using visual fraction models, by creating common denominators or numerators, or by comparing to a benchmark fraction such as 1 2 .Record the results of comparisons with symbols >, =, or <, and justify the conclusions Comparing Fractions 
Fifth:  NBT.7-Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction;  Multiplying Decimals


Kindergarten Standard:  
 First Grade  Standard:  
Second Grade Standard:  
Third Grade Standard: OA 1: Interpret Products of Whole Numbers  Third Grade Unit 2
Fourth Grade Standard: OA 1: Multiplicative Comparisons  Unit2Video.mp4
Fifth Grade Standard: NBT 5: Multi Digit Multiplication  Fifth Grade Unit 2


Unit 1 Math Instructional Videos

Click below to learn about our Unit 1 Math Instruction. 

 Grade Level Standard Instructional Video
 First Grade  NBT 1- Counting from any number up to 120 First Grade Unit 1
 Second Grade  NBT1- Numbers represent amounts in ones, tens and hundreds.   Second Grade Unit 1
 Third Grade  NBT 1- Round whole numbers to nearest 10 or 100 Third Grade Unit 1
 Fourth Grade  NBT 1- Recognize the value of a digit in each place  Fourth Grade Unit 1
 Fifth Grade  NBT 1- digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right  Fifth Grade Unit 1


Parents, below are some digital reading resources available for your child's use during our Extended Learning Days: 

Destiny Discover

Students can login at and click Destiny to open the school media center catalog. Reading materials available may include: eBooks, interactive books, and encyclopedia articles.

MyOn (3rd Grade Only)

Students can login at and click Clever to login and read digital books in MyOn. When a student is done reading, a student can show understanding by taking a quiz in MyOn or, if the school has access, in Accelerated Reader.

Open eBooks

Open eBooks provides free access to thousands of ebooks which can be read using an App available for Apple iOS or Android devices. Ask for an access code by e-mailing your child’s name, grade level, and school name to

Tumblebook Library

The Clayton County Public Library provides access to TumbleBook Library, a collection of hundreds of ebooks including animated picture books, read-along chapter books, videos, and more. Go to to begin reading.

E-Read Kids

The Clayton County Public Library provides access to E-Read Kids, a collection of thousands of ebooks and audio titles. A library card number is required to access the collection. Go to to begin reading.