Factoring polynomials is such an essential, foundational skill in Algebra. As students move on to more advanced concepts and even into higher levels of math study, they will still need to factor to solve all sorts of problems. So building a strong foundation and providing lots and lots of practice is the key. So today I'm sharing a really easy and low-prep way to provide extra factoring polynomials practice using some simple cut & paste Keep Reading...

## Weekly Freebie Round Up

Welcome to the weekly round up of the best math teaching resources from around the web! The best part? They're free! I know it can be hard to find good quality resources for free, so I share everything I can find here, for grades K-12. Do you have a fun and FREE math teaching resource to share with other educators? Send me a link so I can share it here! Kindergarten-2nd Grade: This post over at Proud to be Primary has some fun ideas for Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

Welcome to the weekly collection of FREE math teaching resources! Every week I share the best math lessons, worksheets, games and ideas from around the web for grades K-12! Do you have a fun and FREE math teaching resource to share with the Math Geek Mama community? Send me a link so I can share it here! :) Kindergarten-2nd Grade: Some of my favorite blogging friends just wrapped up a series of fun math games for grades K-2! You can Keep Reading...

## Valentine’s Day Algebra Practice Pack! {FREE!}

Having taught many different levels of Algebra over the years, I always have so many ideas that I want to share with you, but not always enough time to get it created and posted! So slowly but surely I'm starting to get things together and today I'm excited to share what I hope is a fun and helpful resource for Valentine's Day! This Valentine's Day Algebra practice pack covers many different skills for students to practice and review. As I Keep Reading...

## Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

Welcome to this week's round up of awesome math teaching freebies! It's been a crazy week at my house, but I tried to find a little something for everyone! If you have a free math resource you'd like me to share, send me a link to your site! Kindergarten-2nd Grade: This set of task cards would be perfect to review some math skills before Thanksgiving break! It covers an assortment of math concepts, with a fun Thanksgiving theme! Is it Keep Reading...

## Quadratic Equations Project (with FREE printables!)

One of the best ways to really learn something so that it sticks with you is to teach it to someone else. Giving students a project that gets them thinking through a mathematical process and allows them to express their creative side is always a win-win! The following example involves solving quadratic equations. A skill in Algebra that, while important, can very easily become boring and meaningless. And while I believe it is always helpful Keep Reading...