Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

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Welcome to the weekly round up of math teaching freebies! There are so many great teaching resources out there, and I want to help you find them! Check back every week for free resources for grades K-12! Have a fun teaching resource to share? Send me a link!

Kindergarten-2nd Grade:

source: lifeovercs.com

This post at Life Over C’s has a HUGE list of free addition resources! There are games, clip cards, sorts and more.

And I LOVE these fun number puzzles from This Reading Mama! This is a great way for kids to recognize various number representations as they put the puzzles together!

Looking for more math puzzles? Try these fraction puzzles, or these expanded number puzzles!

Planning a “Polar Express” day? This themed learning pack from This Reading Mama includes nearly 200 pages of math and literacy activities for grades K-1. It’s not free, but is a fantastic resource and is on sale right now! (Or you can grab the sample pack for free!) I’ve planned our entire week next week using this lesson pack! 🙂

3rd-5th Grade: 

source: 123homeschool4me.com

This set of Christmas themed skip counting puzzles is a great way to build a foundation for multiplication and work with large numbers. Plus, they’re so cute!

Or try these skip counting puzzles that kids can color themselves!

Laura Candler has a huge site full of wonderful resources, many of which are free to use. This page, for example, has ideas and worksheets to teaching decimals. You can also find freebies in her TPT store.

6th-12th Grade:

Here’s a helpful video to reinforce decimals and fractions.

And here are some fun, Christmas math lessons from Yummy Math:

Hope you find something useful to make math fun and meaningful for your students! Looking for more free resources? Check out all the past round ups here.

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Happy teaching!

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