Welcome to the weekly round up of the best math teaching resources from around the web. Each week I share my favorite math teaching resources for grades K-12!
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Get ready for fall with this cute set of apple ten frame worksheets from The STEM Laboratory! Perfect for preschool and kindergarten.
Plus check out this great list of printable hundreds chart activities! A hundreds chart is such an important tool in the elementary math classroom.
And be sure to check out this list of additional ways to use a hundreds chart (even for older kids!)
I LOVE this idea for helping kids practice telling time! Periodically throughout the day, simply call out, “Tootsie Time!” and have them write the time. If they get it right, they get a tootsie roll! Grab this tasty freebie here!
I love this set of interactive notebook printables to help kids understand decimal place value. It also includes teaching tips and examples so you know exactly how to support your kids!
And work on writing fractions, decimals and percents with this fun and cute “Build an Ocean Scene” activity!
Here’s an awesome way to get ready for the Rio Olympics and discuss math at the same time! See the complete lesson from Yummy Math here.
And here are some fun ideas and resources for more advanced Algebra students from Mrs. E Teaches Math:
And that’s all for today. Want to see more great math freebies? See all the past round ups here.
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Have a great weekend!