Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

Weekly Freebie ImageHere are some of the GREAT math freebies out there that I thought you might find useful! Let me know if you have anything to add to this list! 🙂


source: livinglifeandlearning.com

These cute dinosaur themed math worksheets make practicing early math skills fun! This download includes 15 pages of dinosaur fun!

Blueberry Muffin Math
source: 123homeschoolforme.com

This blueberry muffin math set is so cute! These 5 pages of printables can help teach or reinforce a variety of early math topics such as counting, number words and addition.


Camping No Prep Printables
source: elementarymatters.com

This camping-themed unit has several fun and engaging activities, and (bonus!) there are some literacy resources in there as well! 😉

source: artistryofeducation.blogspot.com

If your students are working on multiplying and dividing, this resource is a great way to assess how they’re doing, or to give them some extra practice.

factor rainbow
source: teacherspayteachers.com

I just LOVE this concept for learning factors! I think students would be more likely to remember, or could at least re-create their “rainbow” when solving problems. Plus, this activity includes QR codes for the answers. 🙂


source: lechaimontheright.com

If you or your kids need a quick, all-on-one page reference for math abbreviations, conversions and basic definitions, check out this cheat sheet from Le Chaim on the Right! There are multiple color/black and white versions.

vertex or zero
source: scaffoldedmath.blogspot.com

Are your kids working on quadratic equations? When students are working on word problems, often the biggest hurdle is helping them understand what the question is asking. In this set of task cards, students focus on determining whether they are looking for the vertex of a quadratic or the zero. This wouldn’t take much time, but would be so helpful for students in the long run!

I hope you will find many of these resources useful, and if you have anything you’d like me to add, please send me a link! 🙂

~Math Geek Mama


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