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 the best math teaching resources from around the web! Each week I share fun and engaging math lessons, worksheets, games and more for grades K-12. Have a great resource to share with other educators? Send me a link so I can check it out! 🙂

Kindergarten-2nd Grade:

source: thisreadingmama.com

I LOVE this great idea for estimation from This Reading Mama! This activity would be perfect for your 100th day of school, but you could use it anytime as a way to get kids moving and practicing estimation at the same time!

She also has a fun set of gumball machine number pages to help kids learn the numbers 1-20. This is a fun way to help kids recognize different representations of numbers.

And this set of symmetry circles is  a great way to introduce and play with symmetry! I know my kids would love this!


3rd-5th Grade:

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This space jam game looks like such a fun way for kids to practice multiplication facts and increase their fluency! (NOTE: Click the graphic to open the file).

Even though Valentine’s day has passed, you might like this set of Division word problem practice cards. You can use this as a classroom scoot activity, or as a set of task cards for individuals. (NOTE: Click the graphic to open the file).

And here are some tips for getting kids understanding and thinking about decimal and fraction equivalents by placing them on a number line. There isn’t a freebie, but I think it is a helpful way to get kids talking and thinking about a difficult concept!

6th Grade+:

source: eeweb.com

Get a simple Algebra reference page that includes all kinds of equations and algebraic properties. This is a helpful reference for advanced math students. (NOTE: There is a button above the image that says “Download PDF.” Click that to access the free page).

Working on factoring? I love the idea of using different colors to display the prime factorizations on this coloring page! Even young kids could color it, but I think this would be a helpful visual for older students learning factors and factoring. (NOTE: There is a link that says. “Prime Factorization Coloring Sheet” where you can open the file).

And with it being a leap year, I love this lesson from Yummy Math that lets kids determine when and how we know it will be a leap year.

And of course, be sure to check back next week for more amazing math teaching freebies! Want even more freebies? See all the past round ups here, or subscribe to my email newsletter to get exclusive freebies I don’t share anywhere else!

Happy Teaching!


  1. Yay! I’m so happy you found my Prime Factorization Coloring Sheet!

    I hope people will start using these ideas!

    I actually have a children’s math-based nonfiction manuscript, for which I’m trying to find a publisher, (One editor is considering it now.) I’ll let you know if it gets published!

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