# Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

Welcome to the weekly round up of math teaching freebies here at Math Geek Mama! Every week, I try to share the best FREE lessons, games and more to help you make math fun and engaging! I hope you find something useful! ðŸ™‚

Kindergarten-2nd:

I love this combination of math and literacy from This Reading Mama! This mystery letter activity is great for reading and recognizing large numbers!

I wrote earlier this week about how important I think it is for kids to learn how to “make ten,”Â so I was especially excited to find this adorable gumball game!Â I know my kids will love it! (AND there’s a matching CVC word game if you’re interested in that too! ðŸ˜‰ )

3rd-5th:

Check out this page from Math 4 Love, which lists dozens of games and lessons for grades K-5 ready to go and free to download! And all are organized by topic and Common Core Standard, so it’s easy to find what you need!

This post at Teach Junkie offers a wealth of ideas for teaching and practicing mean, median, mode and range with 4th and 5th graders! Lots of ideas and freebies!

6th-12th:

If you need some fresh ideas for tackling factors and multiples, be sure to check out this post from Jimmie’s Collage. She shares a great list of ideas and free resources!

And in case you missed it, earlier this week the New Horizons Space Probe was especially close to Pluto, allowing for detailed images for the first time. I love that Yummy Math used this as an opportunity to explore math! Read all about it here, and grab the free lesson.

I hope you found some useful and exciting math activities! Now go put them to good use and make math FUN and engaging!!

### ~Math Geek Mama

*Do you have a great math freebie that you’re excited to share with other teachers or homeschoolers? Feel free to send me a link to it so I can check it out and consider sharing it with Math Geek Mama readers!*