Welcome to the weekly round up of the best math teaching resources from around the web! Each week I search and dig for fantastic math lessons, ideas, games and more for grades K-12 so you don’t have to!
Do you have a fun and free math resource to share with other math educators? Send me a link so I can share it here! 🙂
How cute is this Johnny Appleseed Subtraction game? I’ve already grabbed a copy for my son who’s working on subtraction within 10 right now! (Note: click the “Fall Into Savings” graphic to get the freebie).
And I love this simple, low prep board game for working on shapes! The download includes 3 different game boards.
This would be fun to play along with a shape scavenger hunt!
I love this great visual model to help kids understand rounding! This is a concept that seems to be really difficult for third graders to grasp. Be sure to grab this freebie if you’re looking for a helpful way to show and explain to your kids!
(And if you’re looking for more rounding practice, try this free printable game.)
I also love this cute set of “brain busters” from Blair Turner. Seriously, anything she creates is fantastic and this set of logic puzzles is no exception! (Please note, these are Halloween themed).
And if you’re looking for fraction help, you might like this cute flip book! Another great visual to help kids “see” fractions and equivalent fractions.
If you’re looking for a fun and engaging game to help your kids review, maybe you should try “trashketball!” This looks so fun (and includes some printable problems for special right triangles if you don’t want to make your own), and makes me wish I was still in the classroom. Although I suppose I could play with my kiddos–they would love it for sure! 😉
And finally, if you haven’t seen, YouCubed has put together another week of iMath (inspirational math) resources! They look fantastic and I’m planning a week for my kids and I to work through it soon. You will have to set up an account and log in to get the materials, but once you do there are pdf downloads organized by grade (k-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12).
If you try these lessons with your students, let me know how it goes! 🙂
And that’s all for this week! Looking for even more free math goodies? Scroll through all the past roundups here.
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Have a fantastic weekend!