Want to help your students better understand the relationship between a linear equation and it's graph? Grab this set of low-prep, graphing linear equations worksheets to practice and make sense of linear equations. One of my biggest goals when teaching Algebra--whether it is in the classroom with middle schoolers, reviewing with high school students or teaching my own kids as we homeschool--is to help kids visualize Algebra and see the Keep Reading...

## {FREE} Track the Weather: Tally, Count & Graph Activity

Looking for a way to combine math & science? Explore the weather and practice skills such as tally marks, counting, graphing and more with this free weather graphing activity for grades K-2. Do you have a daily calendar time with your students? Or do you teach a unit on weather and different types of weather, seasons or clouds? This simple math activity is sure to fit right in and engage your kids in meaningful, real life math. And Keep Reading...

## Fall Favorites: Simple Data Analysis for Kids {FREE}

On this site you will find dozens of fall math ideas, games and activities for kids of all ages because it is one of my favorite times of the year. Today I'm adding to the fall math collection with a simple, yet engaging data activity for kids. Collecting, graphing and analyzing data is an essential math skill because kids will use this throughout their school career and even in their everyday lives. They need to be able to understand graphs and Keep Reading...

## Fidget Spinner Math Activity: Probability & Graphing

What are your feelings on fidget spinners? Some teachers love them, while others may not feel quite the same way. Whatever our feelings, most kids love them, so adding them to learning can be a good thing. And that is exactly what these fidget spinner math activities do. *Please Note: This post contains affiliate links which help support the work of this site. Read our full disclosure here.* *This is a guest post from Rachel of You've Keep Reading...

## Midpoint Formula Activity {FREE Hands-On Lesson}

When I was a classroom teacher, the one thing I hated was trying to teach basic formulas. In most textbooks, this consists of stating the formula, telling students to memorize it, then showing them how to "plug in" all the necessary information. I don't like this approach because it doesn't give students any ownership over their learning. Plus, it usually means learning it for a day, then forgetting it. That's not the end result I'm going for. Keep Reading...

## Simple, Hands On Coordinate Graphing Worksheet

Plotting points on the coordinate plane is one of those concepts that seems so simple, yet can be so challenging for kids who are just learning. Yet this is a crucial skill if kids are to be successful in higher level math! While this means it's going to require a lot of practice for kids to get the hang of it and feel confident, it doesn't mean that practice has to be boring. Today, I want to share some fun and simple ideas for graphing using a Keep Reading...

## Graphing Systems of Equations Activity {FREE}

I always loved finding a variety of ways to introduce, teach and explore systems of equations. It can seem like a daunting, overwhelming concept when students first hear it, but I think it's so fun and interesting! And solving systems certainly doesn't have to be as difficult or scary as kids think it is. What I love about this systems of equations activity, is that students get to explore graphing and solving systems in a non-threatening way, as Keep Reading...

## Brilliant Ways to Teach Math with Sticky Notes

Back to school season is upon us, and that means one very important thing: back to school sales. I am a huge school supply junkie and get so excited about the deals this time of year! Even though I'm no longer teaching in the classroom, I still stock up on things like pencils, paper, notebooks, sharpie markers, etc. But one of my favorite supplies? Sticky notes. I'm completely aware of the fact that I have more than I could ever possibly need or Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up

Welcome to the weekly round up of FREE math teaching resources! Each week I share my favorite resources from around the web for grades K-12. Do you have a fun and free math resource to share? Send me a link so I can share it here! Kindergarten-2nd Grade: Practice addition and subtraction with this adorable LEGO math game! Looking for extra skills practice? Check out this page to generate math worksheets for K-3 grade. Simply click the Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

Welcome to the weekly collection of FREE math worksheets, lessons and games here at Math Geek Mama! There are tons of free resources around the web, but it's not always easy to find them. So I do the hard work for you and share what I find here! Do you have a math freebie to share with Math Geek Mama readers? Send me a link so I can share it in the weekly round up! :) Kindergarten-2nd Grade: This fun twist on graphing is sure to make Keep Reading...