Eureka Math and Engage NY are really the same resources. I prefer the Eureka Math site which is the greatminds.org website. If this is your first visit to the site, you will need to sign up. Don't worry! It's FREE and I have not gotten random emails from them. Once you have an account, you can choose your role, subject, grade, and other info. Click the SHOP button. It's just like real shopping, but the great news is you can "buy" tons of FREE resources. Once you "buy" the resources you are interested in, they will appear in your DASHBOARD. This website is so much easier to print lessons from as well as use with technology devices. Terrific resources TOO! To help with pacing and prep use the SEARCH button. Type PACING AND PREPARATION GUIDES. There, you will have access to a free, teacher resource. GREAT info!
On this site you will find TONS of free resources to support Engage NY/Eureka Math lessons. There are videos, parent info, Number Talks, and other goodies. This website is super easy to use and find resources since they are organized by grade level.
This is Lafayette, LA site and has sprints (great for differentiation) and other items from Eureka Math modules compiled into one resource. Louisiana Believes is linked here as well, which is their state website. You will find great information at both sites.
This is a GREAT website to help you unpack your math standards. Click on your grade level and the STANDARDS link. Look for unpacking documents. You will also find BUILDING CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING and FLUENCY THROUGH GAMES under the Instructional Resources link. These games are meaningful add-ins to the Eureka/Engage curriculum. Add this to your FAVORITES!
You will be able to PLENTY of resources inspired by EngageNY/Eureka Math. This pinterest board is set up by the Eureka/GreatMinds.org and are activities and resources they endorse.
This is an AMAZING resource!!! Go in and create a FREE account. This website has videos, games, and resources that go DIRECTLY with EngageNY/Eureka Math. After you set up your class, your students can play tons of fluency games! These are great for differentiation. CHECK THIS OUT!!! Seriously!
Greg Tang has many super resources to share. I linked this site for help with fluency practice in grades 1-3, however this would be FANTASTIC in a strategies/intervention time in a variety of grades. Easy print and go! Look under FREE DOWNLOADS.