Welcome to the weekly round up of math teaching freebies! Each week I try to share awesome math lessons, games and worksheets from around the web to make teaching math easier and more fun! Check back each week for math freebies for grades K-12!
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Shelly at Smiling and Shining in 2nd Grade has several really cute Valentine’s themed math resources to share. I love the counting money task cards because this is something my daughter needs to review often, but she also has a fun mental math practice freebie!
I also love this post about learning about fractions with chocolate from Life Over C’s! This free download includes several different activities to explore fractions with one of my favorite manipulatives: chocolate! 😉
This post from The Classroom Game Nook includes 3 different printable board games! These cover a variety of skills, so check it out and download what you need!
Want some help explaining fraction operations with older kids? Try using this Taylor Swift song parady!
I love this decimal maze challenge from YouCubed! This is great for helping kids increase their conceptual understanding of decimal operations without getting bogged down in computation. (To print the maze, click the button on the left hand side of the page).
And if you’re looking for some practice with polynomials, try this free matching game!
I hope you found some great resources that you will be able to use with your students! Want more great freebies? Subscribe to my weekly email newsletter to get access to freebies I don’t share anywhere else!
Happy Teaching! 🙂