Here are some of the best math FREEBIES I've found this week! I hope you can use some of these fun resources in your homeschool or classroom! :) Kindergarten-2nd: Dr. Seuss Subtraction Freebie! This is meant to go along with the Dr. Seuss classic, "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish," and is a fun way for kids to work independently on their subtraction facts! Counting money is an important early math skill and I was so Keep Reading...

## Modeling Fractions & Equivalent Fractions: FREE Puzzles

Looking for some visual aids to help your kids see and understand fractions and equivalent fractions? This fun set of printable fraction puzzles can help show kids what fractions represent. Using puzzles was such a fun way to help my daughter practice and recognize place value, I decided to create some more fun printable puzzles! These puzzles are meant to help students understand fractions, as well as practice learning equivalent fractions. Keep Reading...

## Math Curse Extension Activities! {FREE!}

Looking for a way to extend the learning with the book Math Curse? This free pack of Math Curse extension activities is a great way to help your kids see math in real life. Math stories are such a fun way to engage kids in math learning, as well as help them see math in the world around them. Stories can make math come alive and get kids excited! One of my favorite (and highly engaging) stories is Math Curse by Jon Sciezka. This hilarious tale Keep Reading...

## 5 Reasons to Read in Math Class

Looking for ideas or reasons to read in math class? Learn why this is such a powerful tool to learn & explore math and find math picture book resources to get started. I will never forget my first day in my Reading Across the Curriculum class as part of my graduate studies. The goal and purpose of the class was to learn how to integrate reading and good books into any and all classrooms. As a future math teacher, I scoffed at this Keep Reading...

## FREE Elementary Math Worksheets and Games

Instead of my weekly round-up of assorted math freebies, this week I am sharing a new discovery of mine: Math Salamanders! As a middle and high school teacher, I know where to look for extra practice worksheets (such as Kuta Software). I have not always been aware of or familiar with, however, resources and practice for elementary math classes. But now that I'm teaching my little ones, as well as tutoring a third grader, I have been on the Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

I'm a little late getting this post up, but there are some great freebies out there this week and I hope you will find them helpful! :) Kindergarten-3rd: This math review is a great way to brush up on skills. Each page includes a variety of math topics for early learners! 4th-12th: Check out these fun and engaging STEM (Science, technology, engineering and math) activities from Well Nurtured Plants and Pillars! This post Keep Reading...

## Place Value Puzzles to Understand Large Numbers {FREE!}

Help your kids understand place value, expanded numbers and large numbers using these printable place value puzzles with helpful visuals. Print once and use again and again! It's often difficult for students to make the connection between the numbers 0-9 and place value. At first, children learn to count and everything has a single value, i.e. 6 race cars. But eventually, as they build on that knowledge and begin to consider larger numbers, Keep Reading...

## Time For Spring! {FREE Telling Time Practice Worksheets!}

Are you ready for spring?? I know we are here at our house! To celebrate the coming warm weather and all the blessings of spring, I've put together some fun, spring themed worksheets to work on telling time! I've been working on telling time with my daughter, so I created these to work on skills with her and thought you might enjoy them too! This set includes a page for telling the correct time to solve a spring-themed riddle, a page to Keep Reading...

## Math Myths Debunked: Math is Just a Set of Rules to Memorize

I’ve heard this myth in various forms from various people all my life. I’m sure you have too! And I’m sure in some classrooms {unfortunately} there is truth to it. But it doesn’t have to be this way! What is this math myth? “Math is just a boring set of rules and formulas to memorize.” Let me let you in on a little secret: Math is NOT just rules and formulas! And Math should not be learned (and I would argue cannot be learned in a Keep Reading...

## Math Freebie Round-Up!

Welcome to my weekly round-up of the best FREE math resources out there! I want you to be able to teach confidently and get your students excited about math, so I am dedicated to creating helpful, quality resources. But I'm not alone! There are SO many talented teachers out there creating GREAT stuff and I want to share them and their resources with YOU! I hope you find something in this list useful, and if not, check back next week for another Keep Reading...