My Math Path 1–7 is fully aligned to the British Columbia math curriculum and is powered by the Singapore Math framework. This framework focuses on mastery of a limited number of concepts at a time using a purposeful sequence of topics.
The resource places problem solving at the heart of mathematical learning. In addition to focusing on skills, concepts, and processes, the framework also emphasizes the need for students to develop positive attitudes towards math, have the confidence to persevere, and develop the ability to monitor their own thinking.
My Math Path resources provide everything you need to support student success and mathematical mastery
Addresses learning gaps to improve student assessment scores
Based on the proven approach of Singapore Math aligned to BC Curricula
Strengthens problem solving and critical thinking skills through Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract model
Provides educators with structured support and tools to meet each student's learning needs
Boosts student confidence and mathematical understanding
Prepares for success in secondary and post-secondary education and broadens future career pathways
With the purchase of the print Teacher’s Resource, you will receive single-user access to additional teaching material through the myNelson Online Teaching Centre. Use this additional teaching material to support the detailed lessons found in the print Teacher’s Resource.
My Math Path 1-7 helps students build conceptual understanding through a focus on problem solving.
Download the following PDF's and learn more about the pedagogical strategies, teacher supports and student book features in the Program Overview, or check out our Quick Start Sheet.Download Program Overview Download Quick Start
"I have been almost exclusively using My Math Path for my special education students. It has been perfect for teaching math to my students and I have had a chance to explore and use multiple grade lessons and activities. I have loved the online tools/manipulatives and visual representations. They have really helped my students learn. I am just finishing some fraction work, and I have never seen special education students understand fractions so well."
- John Viero, Grade 6-8, Educator