Welcome to the weekly math freebie round up here at MathGeekMama.com! Every Saturday I share a selection fun and FREE math teaching resources from around the web. I hope you find some great ideas, lessons and games for your home or classroom!
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This post includes a TON of fun, winter-themed math freebies. I haven’t looked at all of them, but it looks like they’re perfect for Kindergarten and First Grade.
And these hot cocoa ten frame pages are a fun and cute way to work on number recognition with numbers up to 20.
This fun set of multiplication games from The Curriculum Corner comes with 12 different versions for lots of fun practice this winter!
And this multiplication game is perfect for any Pokemon fans out there!
Grab this fun freebie for working on time and elapsed time from Learning with Mrs. Kirk. This post also includes some fun tips for teaching time to 3rd and 4th graders.
And I love this quilt squares fraction activity from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational.
Understanding the relationship between a situation, an equation and it’s graph is one of the most important concepts in Algebra. So I love this fun foldable introduction from Mrs. E Teaches Math. (You’ll need to print it on legal size paper).
And here’s a simple, no prep daily math review for 6th grade. Includes 2 weeks worth of review pages.
And that’s all for this week! Check back frequently for free resources and fun math ideas. Or if you want to keep looking, scroll through all the past round ups here.
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Have a wonderful weekend!