Weekly Math Freebie Round Up!

Tons of great math teaching freebies, shared every week at MathGeekMama.com! Be sure to check it out for printable lessons and games, teaching ideas, cool videos and more!

Welcome to the weekly round up of math teaching materials from around the web! Each week I gather the best math resources I can find for grades K-12 and share them with you! Have a fun resource to share with other educators? Send me a link–I’d love to check it out!

Kindergarten-2nd Grade: 

source: confessionsofahomeschooler.com

I love these number pattern block pages from Confessions of a Homeschooler! This is such a fun, hands-on way for kids to practice number recognition as well as number words!

I also love this cute Super Hero graphing activity from Life Over C’s! This is a fun introduction to data collection and graphing.

3rd-5th Grade:

source: thecurriculumcorner.com

This set of task cards is a great way to introduce and practice order of operations. Also included is a recording page for student’s answers.

I love this printable interactive notebook set for understanding and classifying quadrilaterals. This can easily be adapted for older or younger kids!

And this computer game is a fun way to practice multiplication and factors-I actually played a few times against the computer-it’s addicting! (To play: move one of the sliders at the bottom to form factors. The solution then gets covered on the board. The first to cover 4 in a row wins!)

6th Grade+:

source: mrseteachesmath.blogspot.com

I love this idea of factoring with symbols. This is a great way to help kids understand factoring in a more conceptual way and understand that variables simply represent unknown numbers. Grab the free worksheet and try this out with your students!

Want some fun President’s Day math? Try this lesson from Yummy Math (and maybe incorporate the use of technology with the Desmos calculator).

I hope you found some helpful resources this week! And of course, if you’re wanting more FREE math ideas, subscribe to my email newsletter where you get access to resources I don’t share anywhere else! 🙂

Happy teaching!

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