Do your students need some extra practice with solving linear equations? This free set of printable linear equations puzzles is a fun challenge that you can use year after year. Confidently solving linear equations is one of biggest goals of the early Algebra years. And because of that, it is something that often requires a lot of practice and review. This simple set of linear equations puzzles provides a unique way for middle or high school Keep Reading...

## Order of Operations Games

Find simple ideas for kids to practice using order of operations with this set of free order of operations games! Includes puzzles & a 'fix the mistakes' page. Do your students feel confident evaluating expressions using and following order of operations? Or do they just evaluate left to right? As teachers, we know how important it is for kids to remember and correctly follow this order, to ensure we all get the same solution. But kids Keep Reading...

## Leprechaun Tricks: Integer Challenges {FREE}

Looking for a fun St. Patrick's Day challenge for your middle schoolers? Take a break from your normal routine and help kids make sense of integer operations with this set of integer challenges. If you teach middle school or high school, you probably don't have a lot of wiggle room in your schedule for fun, interesting challenges or holiday celebrations. But older kids like a break from the normal math routine too! So I created this simple set Keep Reading...

## Valentine’s Day Color by Code: Equivalent Fractions & Decimals

Looking for low-prep Valentine's Day fraction and decimal conversion practice? This FREE coloring page is a calming activity that will challenge kids to recognize equivalent fractions & decimals. Simplifying fractions and recognizing equivalent fractions & decimals are such important math skills. They lay a foundation that will help students tackle more challenging problems in later grades and also develop students' fraction sense. So Keep Reading...

## Valentine’s Day Number Sense Challenge: Open Ended Math

Provide a fun and engaging Valentine's Day number sense building activity for students of all ages! This free download can be used and adapted in so many ways & is low-prep for the teacher. I always enjoy incorporating seasonal or holiday-themed activities into our math lessons. It just adds a little something new and fun. Plus, it's a welcome change of pace from the everyday routine. But what I really love is finding an activity all of my Keep Reading...

## Pumpkin Pie Counting Cards | Printable + DIGITAL

Looking for a fun way to practice counting, subitizing and fine motor skills? Why not combine all three with this fun set of pumpkin pie counting clip cards! This simple and low-prep math activity would be fun before Thanksgiving break, or even on pi day to celebrate the number pi. And if you really want to make things fun, add a slice of pumpkin pie as a treat to go along with it, because after counting all the dollops of whipped cream, you and Keep Reading...

## Missing Addend with Fractions: Challenges for Google Slides {FREE}

Looking for some simple, independent practice to help your students find the missing addend with fractions? This FREE set of challenges to use with Google Slides is a great digital option. I love fractions and love teaching them. Fractions are hands-on, and so much fun to teach. And today, we get to explore adding fractions-but with a little twist. Today, the addend is missing, and our children get to drag and drop items in Google Slides to Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Problem Solving Challenges based on “The Grapes of Math”

Want to encourage meaningful math talk and problem solving? Try these playful problem solving challenges based on the book The Grapes of Math by Greg Tang! One of my favorite books is the New York Times Bestseller, The Grapes Of Math by Greg Tang. This hilarious and interactive tale invites students to think outside the box to tackle wacky math riddles. Each challenge encourages new ways to see quantities and count objects. It invites kids to Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Multiply by Multiples of 10 Grid Challenges

Could your kids use some practice with multiplying large numbers? These fun grids provide a great visual and kids will love the challenge of this set to multiply by multiples of 10. Sometimes it is fun to get in some math work with low prep practice that includes a little bit of logic involved. This simple set will help kids see how to multiply by multiples of ten, but with a fun little twist. Because who wants to do a boring worksheet? Keep Reading...

## Virtual Math Scavenger Hunt: Learn About Math in Nature

This simple virtual math scavenger hunt includes everything your kids need to research and learn about math in nature, using the links provided. As a classroom teacher, I was occasionally given computer lab days. This was quite a long time ago, and there were not as many online games and interactive lessons at the time, so we would sometimes use these days to complete a 'webquest.' A webquest was essentially an online scavenger hunt, and my Keep Reading...

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