• Stop Summer Slide!

    Are you looking for lessons, games, or practice to make a successful transition to your next mathematics course in 2015-2016? The New Math TEKS Symbaloo is one free way to do this! Each color-coded icon links to online lessons, games, or practice for you to make use of during the summer months to keep your math skills fresh and prepare for success in the next level of mathematics you will take. Simply start by clicking on the grade level or course transition you are making to get started. Each transition level has 20 different options!
    NOTE: Many online games require Flash and therefore may not function on a iPad.

     New Math TEKS Symbaloo created for K-8 in Summer 2014 & is now updated for high school!
     How else can you avoid summer slide?
    • Think Through Math (TTM) is freely available to students in grade 3 through 8 in Texas.  Contact your child's teacher or campus for username/password information.  Link to the student login page for TTM

    • If your child's teacher used the digital version of our adopted instructional materials from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for Kindergarten through grade 8 mathematics, then your child will continue to have access to those same grade level resources through July. 
      Link to the login page for elementary grades
      Link to the login page for grades 6 - 8

    • Other activities, including a trip to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (FWMSH) that has an interactive math-related "Design Zone" exhibit on display through September 7.  Link to the FWMSH website

    Acceleration in Mathematics Instruction in GCISD

     Video posted February 2017. 
    TEA Links
    Mathematics TEKS: The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) outline the mathematics objectives taught at each grade level, including downloadable PDF files.

    A to Z Index: This link provides an index to all TEA links, terms and information.

    Link to GCISD STAAR Resources

    Texas College and Career

    Texas College & Career provides the key components of college and career planning in one centralized location that’s easy to use. It’s accessible online anywhere, anytime and is available to fully browse in English or Spanish. This resource site is available statewide at no cost to all Texas secondary students and their families and provides online college and career preparation assistance to students, parents or guardians, school counselors, mentors, and educators.

Last Modified on January 30, 2017