Weekly Math Freebies Round Up!

A collection of free math teaching resources from around the web! Grades K-12. (8-1-15)

Welcome to the weekly round up of the best FREE math teaching resources from around the web! Every week I share the best lessons, games or other online resources that I find for grades K-12. Do you have a FREE math teaching resource to share? Send me a link!

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Kindergarten-2nd Grade: 

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source: teachingblogroundup.com

We’re planning a trip to the pumpkin patch soon, so I’ll be printing out these cute ten frame coloring pages to use! Includes number recognition and subtraction!

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source: teacherideafactory.blogspot.com

I also really love this idea for showing the commutative property to kids! Be sure to grab this freebie from Teacher Idea Factory!

source: kindergartenworks.com

Here’s a great post all about teaching sorting in kindergarten, and also includes some free sorting mats for kids to practice with!

3rd-5th Grade: 

source: educents.com

This free download includes a variety of 5 printable game boards covering adding, subtracting, multiplication and more!

source: educents.com

I LOVE this set of fraction tiles, but if you’re looking for a DIY option, grab this free printable set! I would definitely print on card stock and laminate for durability!

6th-12th Grade: 

Check out this post for cute and funny YouTube snippets to introduce math concepts, or start a math discussion. A wide variety of topics is covered!

And here’s a fun, hands-on lesson using toothpicks! A great way for kids to explore patterns, and linear relationships. This lesson includes videos and printable lesson materials.

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Happy Teaching!

~Math Geek Mama

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