Here are some of the best math FREEBIES I’ve found this week! I hope you can use some of these fun resources in your homeschool or classroom! 🙂
Dr. Seuss Subtraction Freebie! This is meant to go along with the Dr. Seuss classic, “One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish,” and is a fun way for kids to work independently on their subtraction facts!
Counting money is an important early math skill and I was so excited to find some great free resources because I am working on this with my daughter right now! First is this counting coins resource from Fern Smith.
Then I found this fun craft from TeachWithMe.com to create a Coin-apillar using information for our various coins. I’m looking forward to making some of these as references with my daughter next week! (Note: to download, click the box that says, “Click to view free pages.” I did not have to log in or register to access it).
This fractions pack is great for kids working on fractions or needing a quick review! Includes a variety of fraction topics.
These multiplication grids will make practicing multiplication facts more fun! This packet includes factors 1-10 and is free to download!
I hope you find these resources helpful, and please, if you have any secondary math resources to share, please send me a link to your blog! I’m always looking for higher level math resources! 🙂
~Math Geek Mama
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