# Weekly Math Freebie Round Up

Welcome to the weekly round up of FREE math teaching resources here at Math Geek Mama! Every week I share all the best math ideas, lessons and games that I find around the web for grades K-12. I hope you will find some useful ideas and activities here!

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I love this simple review of math facts from Smiling and Shining in Second Grade! These pages are cute, and cover a variety of math skills. I’ve already printed them for my daughter. ðŸ™‚ There are also a lot of cute back to school freebies in this post, which I realize is a little late at this point, but maybe save it for next year?

And if you’re looking for handy counting practice, be sure to grab this HUGE freebie from This Reading Mama! Includes a variety of counting cards which can be used for mental math or along with a hundreds chart. It includes counting on, counting back, skip counting and more.

Grab this cute fractions sort over at Educents! This would make a great math center activity to help kids better understand fractions and simplifying fractions.

And if you’re working on decimals and fractions, you may like this set of pumpkin pie puzzles. (Please note: I don’t know how long this will be available for free, so please double check the price before you download)

Or if you want a fun way to practice multiplication, you may like these candy corn puzzles. Includes all facts from 1-9. (Please note: you must enter a price of “0” and then add to cart and checkout to get your free puzzles).

Halloween is coming and with it, an overload of candy! I love this lesson from Yummy Math comparing the volume of various candy containers. Help your kids prepare for a huge candy haul!

Looking for a different way to introduce a topic to your students? Check out the Mashup Math YouTube channel.

They post new videos each week, covering all sorts of math concepts. This would be a great way to introduce students to a new concept, or use for a homework assignment. You could then discuss and practice problems in class after students have watched the video at home.

And that’s all for this week!

Looking for more free math goodies? Scroll through all the past round ups here.

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Have a wonderful weekend, friends!