Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

A collection of free math teaching resources from around the web! Grades K-12. (8-1-15)

Welcome to the weekly round up of FREE math teaching resources here at Math Geek Mama! I love finding fun, high quality teaching materials for you so that you can teach with confidence without breaking the bank! Check back each week for more freebies, or subscribe to my email newsletter and never miss out on anything! 🙂


Acorn Math Game for Kids with printables by Kim Vij
source: theeducatorsspinonit.com

This acorn math game is a great, hands-on way to let kids practice counting and number recognition! Plus, if you have older kids, you can work on more than/less than or simple addition!

2015-10_Fall Leaf Math Activity and printable leaf baskets_A Little Pinch of Perfect 6 copy
source: alittlepinchofperfect.com

This set of Fall leaf printables is also great for early math skills! Plus, there are lots of hands-on ideas for using leaves if you can get outside!

3rd-5th Grade:

source: 3dinosaurs.com

I love these “Spinning Division” worksheets! I’m sure this would make practicing division math facts more fun! This download includes 12 different pages.

I was also REALLY excited to discover that Lakeshore Learning has free resources for teachers! I especially like this set of fractions lessons and games. Each worksheet is listed separately, but if you click the blue “Download” button at the top or all the way at the bottom, you can download all the pages at once!

6th-12th Grade:

With all the fun we’ve been having with pumpkins at our house, I loved seeing this unique math lesson based on World Record winning pumpkins! How many pumpkin pies would it make??

source: mrshallfabulousinfourth.blogspot.com

This is such a fun idea for teaching order of operations! Included are free printables if you want to make your own set! 🙂

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Happy Teaching!

~Math Geek Mama

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