Welcome to the weekly round up of the best math teaching resources from around the web! Each week I share my favorites freebies for grades K-12, to help you find fun ideas to make math engaging and meaningful.
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I love these “make ten” snowflake clip cards from Playdough to Plato! This is such an important skill, and this activity combines a visual with hands on practice.
And I love these cute ornament coloring games to practice addition facts. Students solve for the missing addend and color their response. (Find the link to the freebie at the bottom of the post).
And if you’re working on subtraction of large numbers, this snowman freebie is the cutest! Kids solve and sort based on whether or not they regroup. (Scroll to the very end of the post to find the link to the freebie)
Want a fun way for all your Minecraft fans to practice their multiplication facts? Grab this adorable free game from Royal Baloo!
Or practice place value with large numbers with this fun freebie from Math Coach’s Corner.
Explore all kinds of math such as ratios, volume and surface area based on the giant nutcrackers in Boston to celebrate the Boston ballet.
Working on angle theorems in geometry? You may like this handy visual. Just click on the different angles to learn more.
And that’s all for this week! Want more holiday themed freebies? It’s not too late to sign up for my 12 Days of Christmas Math email series! That’s 12 different math freebies sent right to your inbox! <3
Or if you still can’t find what you need, scroll through all the past round ups here.
Hope you enjoyed these, and have a wonderful weekend!