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 collection of math teaching freebies from around the web! I love creating resources to make teaching math easier and more fun, but there are a lot of other great resources out there as well! Check back each week for more math goodness!

Do you have a freebie to share with math educators? Send me a link so I can share it here!

Kindergarten-2nd Grade:

St. Patricik's Math Review long

This post at Smiling and Shining in Second Grade has some great ideas for March and several math freebies! Included are money task cards, a quick review and morning work freebie.

And what kids doesn’t love doing math with LEGO? Grab these adorable LEGO addition mats to help kids practice adding and then comparing numbers at the same time!

3rd-5th Grade:

source: teachingtoinspire.com

This post at Teaching to Inspire includes tips for using math centers in your classroom, and also includes a great freebie of various math sorts. I think this is a great way for students to practice and review skills!

Want another fun math sort? Try this equal or not equal place value sort.

And grab this HUGE Super Hero multiplication and division practice pack over at Educents! I don’t know how long this will be free, so be sure to grab it before the price changes! (Note: this is an affiliate link).

6th Grade+:

source: partiallyderivative.wordpress.com

I have enjoyed making simple, printable math calendars recently, and was so excited to find some for advanced math this week! So if you have high schoolers, try these algebra and geometry calendars from Partially Derivative.

And here’s another option from Just Maths: A little bit everyday calendar.

And this post shares a really unique twist on math worksheets for St. Patrick’s Day covering a variety of topics such as integer operations, absolute value, prime and composite numbers and math vocabulary. (Note: you have to give your email to get this freebie).

I hope you found some fun ideas and resources for the month of March! And if you’re looking for more free goodies, check out all the past round-ups here!


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