Eureka was built around the core principle that students need to know more than just what works when solving a problem—they need to understand why it works. The curriculum goes beyond facts and formulas, teaching students to think about math conceptually. This helps students become not merely literate, but fluent in mathematics.

How It Works

Eureka Math is designed to give students a deeper understanding of mathematics. One way this is accomplished is by following a logical progression from concrete to pictorial to abstract. To start, students learn mathematical concepts using actual objects or situations. From there, they transition into using pictures or models, such as tape diagrams, ten frames, and number bonds. Once they “see” what’s happening, they use symbols and standard algorithms because they now understand what makes those processes work. The Eureka curriculum is presented as a cohesive story that f lows logically from grades PK–12. This approach helps students build on what they’ve learned year after year, ensuring that they’re prepared for the challenges of today and tomorrow.

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