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 collection of FREE math teaching resources here at Math Geek Mama! Every week I share my favorite teaching ideas, games and lessons for grades K-12! Do you have a fun math freebie to share? Send me a link!

Kindergarten-2nd Grade:

Thanksgiving Spin and Graph cover 8X8
source: primaryinspiration.blogspot.com

This simple Thanksgiving spin and graph is a fun way to incorporate data collection and graphing into your discussion of the first Thanksgiving!

source: livinglifeandlearning.com

I also love these cute Fall themed worksheets for second grade! Includes some skip counting practice, as well as greater than/less than.

source: creativefamilyfun.net

I also love this simple but powerful activity at Creative Family Fun! This is a great way to get kids thinking and increasing number sense. Plus, you could adapt it for older kids by choosing larger numbers!

3rd-5th Grade: 

source: 3dinosaurs.com

I just LOVE these skip counting bookmarks from 3 Dinosaurs! What a handy way to review multiplication facts for the numbers 2-12! I’ve already downloaded mine! 😉

source: blessedbeyondadoubt.com

To go along with the skip counting bookmarks, grab these cute minecraft multiplication flashcards!

6th-12th Grade:

source: homeschoolgiveaways.com

If you have older students who are ready to learn to handle their money appropriately, be sure to grab this free money lesson!

new Quick Check
source: scaffoldedmath.blogspot.com

I also love these handy printable daily checks for Algebra! Print a stack of these and then use one each day as a warm-up with a different function! {Note: the download will be in the box to the right of the post}.

I hope you found some useful teaching ideas this week! And if you’re looking for even more great freebies, subscribe to my FREE email newsletter where you’ll get access to freebies that I don’t share anywhere else!

~Math Geek Mama

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