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 round-up of the best resources! 🙂
Jellybean Sorting and Graphing: What kid doesn’t love jellybeans!? Use them to explore sorting, counting and graphing, and then eat them up! 🙂
Skip Counting Clip Cards: How cute are these? This free download would make skip counting practice a lot more fun!
Problem Solving Task Cards: These problems meet 3rd and 4th grade common core standards and provide great practice for 2-step word problems!
Fraction Avenue: A fun and engaging activity for using and understanding fractions!
Systems of Equations TicTacToe: This free resources would be so fun for a high school algebra class! And to add to the fun, students can check their answers with QR codes!
Translating Math Sentences: This is a fun group activity! A good way to get students thinking about how to correctly use math language!
I hope you enjoy these free resources, and if you have a great math resource you would like me to share, let me know! Include the link to a blog post with information about your freebie. Thanks!
~Math Geek Mama
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