02112016, 06:11 AM


As I said in another post, I've been using Bridges for 8 years. The second edition has much more pencil and paper tasks. At my level, 3rd grade, there are still Work Places, but not as many as in the 1st edition. I do feel like my students' math understanding has significantly improved since we began using Bridges.
My only complaint is that the second edition teacher manuals, of which there are 10!, are not well organized. Also, they are continually updating, so the online/downloaded material does not always match the workbooks that I bought for the students or the assessments that I have in the binders.
