Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

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

Welcome to this week’s round up of awesome math teaching freebies! It’s been a crazy week at my house, but I tried to find a little something for everyone! If you have a free math resource you’d like me to share, send me a link to your site!

Kindergarten-2nd Grade:

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source: smilingandshininginsecondgrade.blogspot.com

This set of task cards would be perfect to review some math skills before Thanksgiving break! It covers an assortment of math concepts, with a fun Thanksgiving theme!

Is it getting cold where you live? We’re starting to gear up for winter, so I love these fun penguin themed math freebies! There are a couple of different freebies in this post, perfect for first and second grade. (To get to the freebies, look for the links with “freebie” in them).

3rd Grade-5th Grade:

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source: 123homeschool4me.com

This set of Christmas cut and paste pages covers a wide variety of math skills and is a fun way to practice basic skills!

If your kids like to practice using QR codes, be sure to grab this fun scavenger hunt freebie! This is great multiplication practice using technology!

6th Grade-12th Grade:

If you need some quick practice with quadratics, grab this free set of task cards! Look for the box in the sidebar. There is a pdf called “vertex form quads TASKS…” Just click to download!

And definitely check out this post with teaching samples for 6th-8th, Algebra, Geometry and Calculus. These samples are not free, but are 50% off right now, PLUS there’s a giveaway for a $50 Teachers Pay Teachers gift card! You could get a lot of great teaching resources with that!

Are your kids excited to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this week? Why not weave some math in with this fun lesson from Yummy Math? Students will analyze the parade route, determine the distance the bands will march and calculate the volume of some of the balloons!

I hope you found something useful this week, and if you’re looking for more, check out all the past round ups, or subscribe to my email newsletter to get exclusive math freebies! 🙂

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