Welcome to the weekly round up of the best math teaching resources from around the web! I love searching for the best, most engaging math lessons, games and activities, saving you the time of searching! 🙂
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Download some Fall math word problems from Corkboard Connections. This freebie includes 2 pages of 2 different levels. I would say the first page is appropriate for 2nd-3rd, while the second page is for 4th-5th.
And check out this cute and low prep set of “I know my subtraction facts” from Royal Baloo. This is such a simple way to practice facts from 10-20.
I love this cute set of number riddles to use with a hundreds chart from Primary Inspiration! These are designed for third grade, but would be great with 4th or 5th grade too.
If your kiddos need extra practice with fractions, but you’re looking for something other than a worksheet, you may like this list of the best fraction apps. Most cost $1.99-$2.99, but a few have a free version you can try.
Teach Algebra 2? This set of homework pages is such a great resource from One Stop Teacher Shop. Low prep-all the work is done for you! This includes 2 weeks of ready to go homework or assessments.
I love this post on using football to introduce and teach Pythagorean Theorem. It includes a great video that will be more engaging for students than simply drawing a triangle on the board! (There are also free teaching materials to go along with it if you subscribe by email).
Want another fun way to teach Pythagorean theorem? Try proving it with LEGO bricks!
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Have a wonderful Saturday, friends!