Blueprint is an adaptive, online, early-learning math program intentionally designed to inspire a lifelong love of math for students in pre-K through second grade.
Early learners are immersed in a storybook environment filled with lovable characters, rich graphics, and captivating storylines that engage students while teaching them to see how math exists throughout their world.
Blueprint is academically rigorous with math concepts that are reinforced by visual models, memorable songs, and intentional vocabulary.
With Blueprint, early learners progress through a carefully-designed curriculum consisting of more than 2,000 exercises per grade level. Topics covered in Blueprint include:
- Counting and cardinality
- Number and operations
- Geometry and logical reasoning
- Measurement and data
- Algebraic thinking,
- Word problems (with a focus on real world application)
Blueprint is intensely engaging and academically rigorous. Blueprint immerses students in a virtual world much like their real world—allowing them to connect the mathematics they are learning to their everyday surroundings, making classroom walls disappear.
Early learners play math alongside virtual peers, imagining themselves as problem solvers teamed up with their friends Ruby and Oliver.
In addition to being fun, Blueprint’s content challenges young students, keeping them meaningfully engaged in their zone of proximal development.
Blueprint uses a game-based diagnostic assessment to personalize each student’s learning pathway. Students don’t even realize they are in the assessment because the questions are age-appropriate and approachable.
The diagnostic is intentionally designed to build confidence and reinforce effort. This approach sets the stage for a personalized experience that’s fun from day one.
Blueprint is available in both English and Spanish so that more students can access foundational math instruction in their first language.
Blueprint builds the foundations for communication and critical thinking as a bilingual, biliterate, and bicultural learner in a dual-language setting.
When students have a growth mindset, they believe they can accomplish new tasks and learn new skills through dedication and hard work. Having a growth mindset helps children develop confidence in their abilities.
In Blueprint, students encounter characters who demonstrate a growth mindset and math confidence. Meet Ruby, a tenacious five-year-old who wants to be an engineer when she grows up.
Ruby models for students that math is a fun and exciting part of everyday adventures. Ruby also exemplifies that being “smart” isn’t about what you already know; it’s about being brave enough to try new things and ask tough questions.