Welcome to my weekly round up of FREE math teaching resources! I hope you find something helpful, and if not, let me know! 🙂
Need a fun way to review place value? Try this cute moose game from Fern Smith!
Practice subtraction with this adorable ladybug printable set from Life Over C’s!
Artistry of Education has a free chart for comparing weight and volume. This would also be a great way to help kids start comparing prices at the grocery store!
I love this cute, summertime fraction practice set! I would suggest making some s’mores after completing this, or making fractions with your chocolate and graham crackers! 🙂
Have older students who could use some practice with 3D graphing? Check out this free 3D puzzle download! Students use the clues to find the hidden treasure on the coordinate plane!
I love this puzzle for finding connections and patterns from Let’s Play Math! A fun way to think about math and logic over the summer break! (Includes a printable version!)
Check back for more free math fun next week! 🙂
~Math Geek Mama
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