Welcome to the weekly round up of awesome math teaching freebies! Each week I search the web for fun and engaging math teaching lessons and games so that you can teach math in a way that your students will love! Have a freebie to share? Send me a link!
This post at Life Over C’s includes a great list of resources for working on patterns! All kinds of fun themes and ideas!
This fun, Valentine-themed math pack has a huge variety of activities that can be used with K-4th grade.
If you have older kids working on graphing, this cute cheat sheet is really handy! To get a copy, scroll down and look for the box on the right hand side of the page. In the box there’s a document called Graphing Polynomials cheat sheet.
This page at Mortgage Calculator has lots of free lessons on financial literacy. These are based on the national standards for financial literacy and are broken down by grade so there’s something for all ages K-12.
And this page also has free lessons for all ages for helping kids explore engineering concepts. Many are cross-curricular, so you can weave math and engineering topics into history and science. There are lots of really great ideas!
I hope you found some good and useful resources this week! And if you’re looking for more freebies, check out the past roundups! 🙂
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