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 math teaching freebies here at Math Geek Mama! Every week I share my favorite FREE lessons, worksheets and games from around the web so you can make math fun and engaging! Always something for grades K-12! Have a fun and free resource to share? Send me a link!

Kindergarten-2nd Grade:

Turkey Pot Equals 10 freebie cover 8X8
source: primaryinspiration.blogspot.com

This cute Thanksgiving themed game is a fun way for kids to practice number bonds of ten! Go grab your freebie here.

source: journeyofasubstituteteacher.com

Here’s another fun Thanksgiving freebie pack with lots of great activities for kids to practice counting and adding! These are fun, and low prep-just print and roll a die!

All About Money Cut and Paste Book for Preschool Kindergarten 1st grade_thumb[5]
source: 123homeschool4me.com

I also love this cute All About Money book! This would be a fun way to introduce all the different U.S. coins and money words.

3rd-5th Grade:

source: creatingathoughtfulclassroom.blogspot.com

I love this freebie from author-illustrator Loreen Leedy to use with her book, Seeing Symmetry! She is the author of lots of great children’s books (many of them math related) and I was excited to discover that she has a store on Teachers Pay Teachers! Check out the free section of her store, because she has several other symmetry-related freebies as well!

And if you’re interested, I’ve also created some multiplication pages to use with her book, 2×2=BOO!

source: 3dinosaurs.com

All you need to build a pumpkin patch is some dice with this fun set of math games! You can use this to work on counting, addition or multiplication!

6th-12th Grade:

As usual, there are some great lessons this week at Yummy Math:

This lesson for Veterans Day is a great way for kids to analyze data and also reflect on the important work that our soldiers do for our country.

There’s also a lesson exploring the idea of “Home Field Advantage” in football. Is there really such a thing? If so, why? Such an engaging topic for kids, especially sports fans!

I hope you found some fun and useful math teaching materials! See all the past round-ups here, and if you’re looking for more, subscribe to my weekly e-mail newsletter! I share fun lessons, games and freebies just for subscribers!

Happy Teaching!

~Math Geek Mama

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