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Common Core Links is the website for the actual standards. You need to go to the middle of the page to download the full document (Believe it or not, some people think NCTM wrote the standards and I have had emails asking why people have to join NCTM to get the standards!) Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) website The website of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematicsprovide excellent information about good mathematics teaching, but it also includes the latest information and resources for the CCSSM. Be sure to read the president's message -- Mike includes a lot of gems on resources for the common core in his messages. Don't forget the illuminations lessons and activities for great resources as well. This is Bill McCallum's (one of the ccss authors) blog. He has included some excellent documents that describe the learning progressions of the K-5 domains and I believe there may be a middle school one as well. I haven't checked recently. We have found his work on the learning progressions to be very helpful. When this site finally gets up and running it will be a great resource for tasks that exemplify all aspects, domains, grade levels of the common core. Jerry Moreno, a colleague of mine) is working on the data section (along with about 25 of his closest friends) and he anticipates there will be around 200 data examples posted. The site was to be launched on July 4, but I just checked and right now there is just the home page....stay tuned This site has some excellent elaborations on the standards themselves including some examples and models (I like many of their fraction models). You will need to scroll down to the mathematics standards and then you can download pdf files for each grade levels. this is similar to the document from North Carolina. Some people I have spoken with like this one better (I haven't studied this one as much as the NC files because I haven't had time!) This website has some good activities by topic and grade level. Although I haven't looked at all of them, the ones I have seen are pretty good examples related to the common core.

In the near future, there will be a site available from the Mathematics Common Core Coalition (NCTM, NCSM, AMTE, ASSM, PARCC, SBAC and CCSSO) that will include a variety of resources from these organizations, assessment consortia, and additional websites). I will post the URL as soon as it is up and running.