Welcome to the weekly round up of the best math teaching resources from around the web! The best part? They’re free! I know it can be hard to find good quality resources for free, so I share everything I can find here, for grades K-12.
Do you have a fun and FREE math teaching resource to share with other educators? Send me a link so I can share it here!
This post over at Proud to be Primary has some fun ideas for incorporating a number of the day activity into your routine. It also includes some simple freebies that you can use to do daily “problem of the day” math.
And this HUGE bundle at Educents includes tons of freebies for PreK-3rd grade, including some fun math games. This is a $20 value, so grab it while it’s free! (Note: If you only want the math freebies, click the “1-click download” button, then click the multiplication pdf.)
This post includes a free download and instructions for various addition and subtraction strategies with 2- and 3-digit numbers. Very helpful!
This post from Teaching with a Mountain View has some good tips for teaching long division, as well as this cute freebie!
Here’s another bundle freebie from Educents! This includes 4 different downloads, including a multiplication practice bundle. (Note: If you only want the math freebie, click the “1-click download” button, then click the multiplication pdf.)
This is a fun little freebie from Scaffolded Math and Science. Practice projectile motion and quadratic equations with this simple warm up activity.
And here are some great olympics-themed math lessons from Yummy Math:
And that’s all for this week! Be sure to check back each week when I share more free math lessons and games.
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