Pearson Investigations 3 & Pearson Realize
The K-5 mathematics program is Pearson Investigations3. The online component is called PearsonRealize. To access PearsonRealize from home, students and parents will need to click on the specific link for LVJUSD that has been placed on your school website. Below you will find the directions for logging in, and the directions for locating a few resources within PearsonRealize.
In order to log in to Pearson Realize at home, you will need:
- Your Student's Username
- Your Student's Password
If you do not know your student's username or password, please contact your student's teacher.
Navigating on PearsonRealize
Once you log in, select the appropriate “program” by clicking on the grade level textbook in either English or Spanish. You may have access to the textbook in English and Spanish. Once you select your book, the next screen shows Units 1-8. Clicking on a unit, you will be able to look at the student materials for each lesson.
In the black navigation bar at the top of the screen you will find (from left to right):
- Pearson Realize: home screen
- Programs: the textbook
- Classes: assignements and tools
- Grades: grades from online tests (Math Investigations only)
Useful Resources on PearsonRealize
There are a few important tools that you may find especially useful on PearsonRealize. Click on “Classes” and locate the “eText & Tools”. You may need to click on “Show eText & Tools” on the right hand side of the screen to unhide the tools.
Check out these resources:
- Math Words & Ideas
- Game Center
- Math Tools
Math Words & Ideas (M.W.I)
MWI provides examples, explanations and videos for vocabulary and key concepts throughout the book. The resources are organized by topic.
The Game Center has online games that provide students with opportunities to practice the concepts from each Unit. These games are the same games students play in class.
The Math Tools includes digital versions of many of the math manipulatives that are used in class. Students can use the different tools to explore math or to model a math problem.