Click on one of the following sites to learn more about the Mathematical Practice Standards and how to have them dispersed effortlessly through your curriculum and pedagogy.
The Jordan School District has beautiful posters to display in the classroom. The posters are organized by each Mathematical Practice Standard. There are several posters organized by grade level. Great for your classroom display!

This site has explanations and illustrations of each standard of the Mathematical Practice Standards for Elementary School. It gives examples of problem to use for the standard and shows how to modify a standard word problem so that they become problems that allow for deep understanding. A Must for all teachers.

Inside Mathematics has wonderful video lessons for each of the Mathematical Practices!! Once on the page, click on the Practice Standards by Grade at the left side of the page to watch lessons and see the connections to classroom practices. You can also click on Common Core Resources Exemplary Lesson Integrating Practices Standards to view lessons through all the stages of planning, introduction, problem, closure, student discussion, and faculty debriefing! Great lesson ideas in how to incorporate the standards into practice!

Carroll County Schools site has two different sets of posters to display in your classroom. There are eight practices posters and a highlights poster with all eight practices on one page. They also have the posters by grade level with a two page overview for parents.
Other wonderful resources are the I Can Statements for the practices in Student Friendly Language, a Planning Template to ask guiding questions to produce a well structured math lesson, and Mathematical Practice LookFors that can be used for formative assessments and lesson reflection. This site also has Question Starters similar to the ones Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has in their site. 
Click this link above to see questions to ask to get at the Standards for Mathematical Practice and to see the groupings of the practice standards.