Weekly Math Freebie Round Up

Tons of great math teaching freebies, shared every week at MathGeekMama.com! Be sure to check it out for printable lessons and games, teaching ideas, cool videos and more!

Welcome to the weekly round up of free math teaching lessons and games! Every week I share my favorite math finds from around the web for grades K-12.

Do you have a fun math freebie to share with Math Geek Mama readers? Send me a link so I can share it here! 🙂

Kindergarten-2nd Grade: 

source: playdoughtoplato.com

I love this set of word problems involving addition to 20 because it gives kids a chance to practice their problem solving skills, and includes ten frames on each problem to aid in their work! This would make a fun math center!

I will soon be reviewing money with my daughter and introducing coins to my son, so I was thrilled to find this great freebie from Math Coach’s Corner!

3rd-5th Grade:

source: thecurriculumcorner.com

Need practice adding and subtracting decimals? Grab this free set of task cards from The Curriculum Corner! They always have such great resources!

If your kids are struggling with rounding, grab this fantastic manipulative from Math is Elementary! This is easily adaptable to work on rounding to the nearest tens, hundreds or more. You could even use it to round decimals!

6th Grade+:

I read this week about a really cool project: Paper Roller Coaster! If you would like to use their kit, it is available for purchase, but there are free lessons to go along with it here. In addition, if your kids are motivated and ambitious, you may be able to watch the videos and create your own without purchasing their kit.

To see one teacher’s end results, check out this post from Teaching High School Math!

In addition, if you’ve got older kids who are learning about the properties and relationships between exponential functions and log functions, be sure to download this free powerpoint! (I wish I’d had this handy resource when I was teaching advanced Algebra!)

And that’s all for this week! But if you’re looking for more freebies, be sure to subscribe to my free weekly newsletter and get access to freebies I don’t share anywhere else!

And if you need more math freebies, check out all the past round ups here!

Have a great weekend friends!

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