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...

## Simple Coloring Probability Worksheets for Grades 4-6 {FREE}

Let's flip a coin to decide. It's a simple statement, and one you may hear often. My favorite example of flipping a coin is at the start of an NFL game. Especially on high stake games, an expectant hush falls over the stadium as everyone waits to see which team gets the upper hand. We all know that our team has a 50 - 50 chance of winning the coin toss...but all we can do is wait for the coin to settle on the dirt. This tradition is the Keep Reading...

## Fun Probability Experiment with Dice {FREE}

Probability and statistics is such a unique branch of mathematics, and one that can easily cause confusion for students. If you're looking for a fun and easy way to introduce concepts, you'll love this probability experiment! It's part of my Math+Technology Series, and will help kids explore the differences between live, simulated and theoretical probability. All you need is the free probability lesson, a die and your graphing Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up

Welcome to the weekly round up of math teaching freebies here at Math Geek Mama! Each week I share a collection of ideas, lessons and games for grades K-12. Do you have a resource to share with other educators? Send me a link so I can share it here! Kindergarten-2nd Grade: I love this simple set of money task cards! Kids choose a card and then find the corresponding grocery items to calculate the total! Great real life math Keep Reading...