Welcome to the weekly round up of free math teaching resources! I try to share engaging and helpful math teaching lessons and activities for all ages-if you have something you would like featured, please send me a link!
This set of counting puzzles is so cute! (And if you like it, there is a whole mega math bundle to go along with it for sale in her store!)
If your kids need practice working with and recognizing numbers up to 120, try letting them play this fun, battleship style game!
If you need some extra subtraction practice, grab this freebie from Fern Smith! This matching game is easy, low prep!
This post from Blair Turner has an amazing list of resources for working on expanded form and place value! There are so many freebies there, you definitely want to check it out!
This freebie is a fun way to help kids practice area and perimeter. All you need are some dice and you’re ready to play!
Have a high schooler who will be heading to college soon? Try this math exploration to figure out costs and if it’s affordable from Yummy Math.
This is a great math lesson for working with linear relationships and working on graphing! This lesson includes tons of engaging videos to help kids make the connection between an equation and it’s graph.
Mathalicious is a great site for engaging, real-life math lessons. Although it is a paid site, there quite a few free lessons, including this lesson based on Les Miserables to explore the concept of quadratic equations. Includes a lesson guide, student hand-out and extension ideas.
I hope this list was helpful, and be sure to check back next week with more free math resources!
~Math Geek Mama
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