Looking for a unique and fun mental math challenge for your kids to build number sense? This activity is easy to differentiate with multiple levels and the open ended design. How fluent are your kids with math facts and computation skills? Do you want something fun and engaging, yet challenging for their mind when schools are closed? It's important to keep up mental math skills like adding, subtracting and multiplication or they will be Keep Reading...

## {FREE} 3-Digit Addition Challenges | Grades 3-5

Combine fun with a unique twist to help your kids practice 3-digit addition skills. This set of 3-digit addition challenges is not your typical worksheet. Tired of boring addition worksheets full of practice problems? Your children are going to love this three-digit addition activity. The cut and paste aspect adds some fun, while random missing digits ramps up their thinking skills. Many of us have children that struggle in math, some in Keep Reading...

## Easter Math Games: Addition & Subtraction Within 20

Grab some game pieces and add some fun to your math time with this set of Easter math games! Set includes 2 different board games to practice addition and subtraction within 20. If your kindergartner or first grader could use some extra practice with addition and subtraction to 20, you'll love this adorable set of Easter math games. These board games can provide practice with mental math skills, using different strategies and will add some Keep Reading...

## Easter Peeps: Add & Subtract Integers Game {FREE}

Give your kids some fun, Easter themed math with this set of Easter Peeps Integers Game! This is a fun and easy way to practice adding & subtracting integers. Looking for a simple and fun way to practice integer operations? These adorable Easter Peeps Matching Cards can be used for a variety of games to help kids practice adding and subtracting integers. And this can be a fun and easy way to take a break from your normal math Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up

Welcome to the weekly round up of the best math teaching resources from around the web! Each week I search and dig for fantastic math lessons, ideas, games and more for grades K-12 so you don't have to! Do you have a fun and free math resource to share with other math educators? Send me a link so I can share it here! :) Kindergarten-2nd Grade: How cute is this Johnny Appleseed Subtraction game? I've already grabbed a copy for my son Keep Reading...

## Multiplication Card Game the Whole Family Will Love

One of the most frequent questions I receive from parents is, "How can I help my child learn their multiplication facts and make it fun?" This is a valid question! Though I am a huge advocate for conceptual, inquiry based math instruction, I also believe that fluency is important. Knowing the multiplication tables forwards and backwards will set kids up for success and less frustration in higher levels of math. But that doesn't mean hours of Keep Reading...

## Cut and Paste Logic Puzzles for Preschoolers

My oldest were thrilled with this set of pattern block puzzles that I shared recently (get the entire ebook of puzzles here!) and so I decided to make a simpler version for my younger kiddos. These cut and paste logic puzzles are simpler (they are only 3x3 squares instead of 4x4) but still a fun way to get kids using their logical reasoning skills, and learning shapes and colors at the same time! Materials Needed for the Cut and Paste Logic Keep Reading...

## Fun Ways to Engage in Math Learning this Summer

Ahhh, summer. A time for vacations and catching fireflies, trips to the pool and firing up the grill. While there are probably endless images and activities that come to mind when you think of summer, I'm willing to bet that doing math just isn't one of them. But the truth is, for most students, summer is a time when all the important math skills they worked so hard to learn throughout the year are completely lost. So here are some SUPER Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up

Welcome to the weekly collection of free math teaching resources here at Math Geek Mama! Every week I share some of the best freebies from around the web for grades K-12. Have a fun and FREE math resource to share with other educators? Send me a link so I can share it here! Kindergarten-2nd Grade: How cute are these pizza fraction clip cards? This is a fun and simple way for kids to practice recognizing fractions. And this coin Keep Reading...

## Printable Multiplication Games {FREE}

My daughter is starting to recognize patterns in addition such as 3 groups of 3 is equal to nine or I can figure out 5 fives by skip counting by fives. It's exciting to see her forming these connections before I formally introduce multiplication. As I've been thinking about the best ways to introduce and model multiplication for her, I've been working on a lesson pack to share with my readers as well! These games (and so much more) are included Keep Reading...

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