Welcome to the weekly collection of FREE math teaching resources! Every week I share the best math lessons, worksheets, games and ideas from around the web for grades K-12!
Do you have a fun and FREE math teaching resource to share with the Math Geek Mama community? Send me a link so I can share it here! 🙂
Some of my favorite blogging friends just wrapped up a series of fun math games for grades K-2! You can find all kinds of great freebies, so be sure to check out all of them. Here are some of my favorites:
- Roll and Race Addition and Subtraction games (6 games) from This Reading Mama
- Building Numbers (literally!) to understand place value from The Measured Mom
- Place Value War (3 digit numbers) from Playdough to Plato
And this post includes several great lessons for teaching and exploring decimal multiplication, and how to help students understand more than just procedures.
Need some help working out quadratic problems with a graphing calculator? This post offers helpful tips as well as a free poster to remind kids how to solve these problems. (Note: to get the freebie, click the link under “Version 2.0” that says, “Get the poster HERE,” or find it in the box of “Freebies” in the sidebar).
And this post offers some great ideas, and a fun lesson on quadratics. I love studying quadratic equations, but it can be difficult to find situations that are relevant. So be sure to grab this free lesson!
And if you’re finished with a study on quadratics and are looking for a fun assessment, try this quadratics project! 🙂
Enjoy your weekend!