Welcome to the weekly collection of free math teaching resources here at Math Geek Mama! Every week I share some of the best freebies from around the web for grades K-12. Have a fun and FREE math resource to share with other educators? Send me a link so I can share it here!
How cute are these pizza fraction clip cards? This is a fun and simple way for kids to practice recognizing fractions.
And this coin matching spin and cover game is a great way to introduce the different U.S. coins and have conversations about their differences and different values.
And these roll a number pages from This Reading Mama are such a fun way to help kids learn about place value and comparing large numbers!
This free lesson from Teaching with a Mountain View helps kids understand fractions and decimals based on the book, “If the World Were a Village.”
This set of math journal prompts includes 31 different prompts to get kids thinking (and writing) about math!
Practice 10 and 11 multiplication facts with this fun and simple memory game! (affiliate link)
This simple worksheet provides practice with parallel lines and transversals.
And don’t miss these fun lessons over at Yummy Math! Here are a couple of Pi Day math lessons, and here’s a fun look at a game called “Go” and the competition between Lee De-Sol and google’s artificial intelligence program, AlphaGo! Also includes a simplified game board to play the game yourself!
I hope you found some helpful resources this week! Looking for more? Check out all the past round ups here. And be sure to check back each week for more FREE math goodness!