Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics
A dynamic, IM-Certified®, instructional experience for K–12 that leverages the power of high-quality problem-based curricula – because each student deserves an opportunity to thrive in mathematics.
High-Quality Curriculum on a Powerful Platform
Illustrative Mathematics (IM) is a K–12® core curriculum designed to give all students equity and access to grade-level mathematics — ensuring each student is an active participant in their learning. Imagine Learning is an IM-Certified Partner.
We provide an interactive experience where students thrive through inclusive instructional routines, collaborative math discourse, and digital tools that promote thinking and reasoning.
Improve Student Outcomes at Every Grade Level
Develop fluency and confidence in math with inclusive instructional routines
Foster skills, reasoning, and communication, so students succeed in Algebra and beyond
Focus on the knowledge and skills needed to be college and career ready
Achieve More with Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics
Transform Student Outcomes
Give every student an invitation to succeed in mathematics.
Support and Achieve Greater Learning
Student outcomes soar with our high-quality program written by Dr. William McCallum and a team of mathematicians and math educators.
Every teacher is empowered with built-in guidance, digital differentiation, and formative data.
Virtual manipulatives and digital interactives powered by Desmos and Geogebra bring tasks to life – allowing students to explore and play.
Flex instruction to fit online, offline, or blended learning models with parity of print and digital materials.
Data-driven instruction is intuitive with digital formative and summative assessments and easy-to-read reports.
Integrates with your LMS and SIS to support single sign-on, class syncing, and grade book pass back.
All Green on EdReports for K–12
“With Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics, our teachers have access to a high-quality digital curricular resource that helps them respond to the needs of each of their students, and gives kids the tools they need to engage and grow.”
—Christopher McMurray, Assistant Superintendent, Evergreen Public Schools
“Using Imagine Learning’s curriculum, my students are extremely engaged in the learning and, importantly, I have seen a rise in their level of self-confidence. It’s a game-changer and has enabled me to spend more time focusing on learning behavior and grit.”
—Niki Gaines, Davis Joint Unified School District, California
“The purposeful structure of routines, activities, and centers encourages rich math discourse and students doing math. The integration of fluency is noteworthy. I love its rigor and accessibility. Each lesson begins with an invitation to the math designed to welcome every student into its artfully designed mathematical story.”
—Maureen O., Math Specialist, Ipswich, Massachusetts
“We wanted to provide students with a math curriculum that follows national recommendations for equitable teaching practices and provides ongoing assessment and intervention opportunities through rich tasks.”
—Catherine C. Elementary Numeracy Coordinator
“Teachers are so impressed with the LearnZillion IM K–5 Student Journals AND the LearnZillion platform. I am so thrilled with how intuitive the site is and how thoughtfully it works for teachers. It is the most inviting, rigorous, and exciting curriculum I’ve ever taught and it’s amazing how much students can learn and feel successful in math.”
—Nancy S., K–5 Math Coach, Portland, Maine
Introducing Illustrative Mathematics K–5
Illustrative Math for grades K–5 supports students in building productive math habits of mind and deep conceptual understanding — as well as confidence, perseverance, and a love of mathematics.
See how this new elementary program develops conceptual understanding, builds fluency, and gets all students excited about math.
Turn Research into Practice
Imagine Learning Illustrative Mathematics is an evidence-based program aligned to the 2015 Every Student Succeed Act’s Theory of Change.