Welcome to the weekly round up of math teaching freebies! There are some great resources out there, and I love helping you find them! I hope you find something useful, no matter what age you teach! 🙂
Here’s a cute money freebie that you can use for students’ interactive notebooks! Such a helpful reference tool!
This “Find a Friend” freebie is a great back to school activity to help kids practice working with inequality symbols!
And this printable race car game is great for kids to practice counting on, but could be used for a variety of fun games!
I love this idea for practicing fractions from School Time Snippets! Such a fun and engaging activity!
This set of story problems is a great way to help kids use division, as well as make sense of the remainder.
I love this freebie from Maneuvering the Middle to help you teach and explore ratios! And if you like it, you may like her entire unit on ratios!
Here’s a great lesson from Yummy Math for working with integer operations and absolute value as it relates to extreme weather conditions! (Plus, here’s another lesson to help make absolute value clear!)
I hope you found some fun and useful math teaching materials! And if you have a fun and FREE math teaching resource to share, send me a link! I’d love to consider sharing it here or on social media!
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~Math Geek Mama
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