# Weekly Math Freebies Round Up!

Welcome to the weekly round up of math teaching freebies! Every week I share the best math teaching resources I can find so that YOU can make math fun and meaningful! Thanks for stopping by!

Kindergarten-2nd:

Stop by Primary Inspiration for two fun, Fall-themed games using ten-frames! I’ll definitely be grabbing this for my kids! (Plus, here’s another apple-themed math idea for K-1!)

I love this strategy sort to help kids recognize when one addition strategy might be more helpful than another! I was just trying to explain this to my daughter recently, so I’ll be grabbing this too! ðŸ™‚

3rd-5th:

If you need some fun games for fact practice, grab these 80s themed games! Also included are some timed practice test for you to use!

I love this simple (and inexpensive!) idea for working on measurement! There isn’t a free printable, but would be a free or cheap (if you don’t have straws) way to practice!

6th-12th:

This free matching game set is great to help students practice working on exponent values! And if you need an introductory lesson, grab this freebie for teaching exponent properties!

Teaching High School Math has a great freebie for helping students analyze a function from it’s graph! (And if you like it, you can purchase the entire set!). Note: It’s a little hard to see where the links are in this post, but after the description of the entire packet, she explains how you can get a free sample, and you just need to click on the link FREEBIE! (Includes answer key).

I hope you found something useful!

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