Welcome to the weekly round up of fun and FREE math teaching resources here at Math Geek Mama! Every week I search the web to find the best, most engaging math lessons and games to help make your job a little easier. Check back each week for resources for grades K-12.
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My kids love combining math and coloring, so I know they would love this cute set of practice pages. Covers addition and subtraction within 10.
And I LOVE this pumpkin themed interactive number line from Royal Baloo! This is such a great tool for helping kids work on addition facts.
Go download this fun set of place value games while they’re still free! There are 4 different downloads, providing lots of place value practice. NOTE: These are only free until October 9th, 2016.
This post includes some simple, low-prep games for practicing multiplication and division facts.
And here’s a fun, “I have, who has…” game to work on place value and rounding.
Looking for a fun challenge this October? This set of equations is a great way to get kids using their algebra skills without even realizing it! It’s also a great introduction to systems of equations for older kids. This set includes basic puzzles, and a more challenging set.
And if you have geometry students working on different types of angles (alternate interior, alternate exterior, etc.) this coloring freebie is great practice! Even high school students like to color, right? 🙂
And that’s all I have to share this week! If you’re looking for more, scroll through all the past round ups here.
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