# Weekly Math Freebies Round Up!

Welcome to the weekly collection of FREE math teaching resources here at Math Geek Mama! Every week I share the best freebies from around the web for grades K-12. If you have a free math teaching resource you would like to share, send me a link!

The Curriculum Corner has a great collection of resources for 2D and 3D shapes! Be sure to pop over there and grab some of the fun activities!

This owl-themed freebie is a fun way for kids to work on addition and subtraction! This pack includes some fun color by number pages for kids to practice important skills.

I love these skip counting charts! It’s often hard to find skip counting resources (which pave the way for understanding multiplication) for larger numbers, but these cover numbers 2-15.

This free lesson from Yummy Math is a great way to get kids thinking about important life decisions. Does it Pay to Get Educated? lets students explore the value in doing well in school and consider whether or not to pursue high education. This includes 2 different versions, depending on the needs of your students.

If you have algebra students, this is a great freebie to help them understand functions!

And here’s a fun online resource for kids of all ages: a math dictionary! Helping kids understand math vocabulary is essential, so you may find this to be a helpful resource!

If you’re looking for more free teaching resources, check out old round ups here at Math Geek Mama, follow me on Pinterest, or sign up for my free weekly email newsletter, where I share exclusive freebies just for subscribers! 😉

Enjoy!

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1. Linda says:

Hi, thanks for posting all these cute and useful teaching resources! I would like to download Skip Counting and Pigs math but wonder if there is another way than downloading another application on my computer. I googled Zi Devil, and this is what came up:

http://textfiles.com/virus/DOCUMENTATION/zipdev01.txt

ZipDevil 0.1

WARNING: ZipDevil is a virus. However, its only goal is to replicate and
spread itself. It does no damage to data or files!

Thanks,

Linda Seligman

1. Hi Linda,