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# Free Name That Shape board game

This is a simple board game for naming 2D shapes.

The 10 2D shapes included are:
square
rectangle
oval
circle
triangle
rhombus
pentagon
hexagon
octagon
trapezoid/trapezium (to suit both U.S. and British/Australian downloaders as each has a different definition for these shapes).

Please consider leaving feedback if you download. More freebies and ideas can be found on my blog Down Under Teacher

Freebie offered under Scrappin Doodle license #TPT36729. Shape clipart is courtesy of Love Two Teach.

Keywords: Free Math , math, geometry, 1st grade, 2nd grade, printables, games, math centers
Author: Down Under Teacher

# Multiplication Chart - COLOR CODED!

Here is a color coded multiplication chart to use for students who struggle with their times tables! This is great for math intervention use. I also have a whole bundle available with further intervention use options! My kiddos LOVE this and use it regularly!

Author: Brooke Hancock

# Decimals Multiply and Divide Decimals No-Prep Printable w/ Riddle!

Need a fun way to practice multiplying and dividing decimals using models?

This worksheet is for independent practice of multiplying and dividing decimals.

Decimals times decimals

Decimals times whole numbers

Whole numbers divided by decimals

Decimals divided by decimals

Decimals divided by whole numbers

Students will complete the equations to solve a riddle!

*This worksheet is part of a 6 page set (Multiply and Divide Decimals w/ and w/o Models)

Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, decimals, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, free math worksheets, homeschool curricula, fun stuff
Author: The Teacher down the Hall

# Zoo Animal Math Game - FREE

The Lesson Lady presents Zoo Animal Math Game! You choose if students use multiplication, addition, or subtraction to play this fun game.

Students will add animals to their zoo as they use addition, multiplication, or subtraction to calculate the answers on a pair of dice. The student with the most animals in his or her zoo wins!

All you will need to play this game is a pair of dice. The following game parts are included in this lesson:

- A detailed lesson plan including directions, objective, and set up instructions.
- Zoo Roll Cards
- Zoo template
- Three pages of fun and colorful zoo animals

Your students will want to play this game again and again!

Please contact me with any questions you may have about this product. If you enjoy this lesson, please check out my store for more learning activities.

Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, mental math, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, activities, games, math centers

# Free Back to School Math Codes, K-2

Have fun with your brand new class using these engaging math codes! This freebie includes two levels of math codes, one with a letter-number match and one with addition problems for increased challenge. Each level includes four math codes that all feature positive back to school messages your class will enjoy! Thank you for checking this out!

Keywords: Free Math , math, problem solving, back to school, prek, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, activities, fun stuff, printables
Author: Happy Teacher Happy Kids

# Roll and Add Freebie Math Game

A simple template for your students to practise adding single digits.

This resource includes two versions of the game board to include 20 or 30 numbers. There are also Australian and US spelling versions.

I have included options for ‘Roll and Colour/Color’ or ‘Roll and Cover’ depending on if you would like your students to colour in the circles as they go, or use counters to cover the numbers instead.

Students will need two six sided dice. Students roll the dice, and add together the two numbers on the top. Students colour or cover the sum of the two numbers on their sheet.

Students can play independently to practise their addition facts, or play with a friend by taking turns. If playing with a friend, have each student use a different colour pencil or counters. The student with the most of their colour once the whole board is covered wins.

Of course, you can choose to use this resources however you see best fit for your classroom and students! Feel free to tag me in your ideas to share :)

@the.organised.teacher

Keywords: Free Math , math, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, printables, games, math centers
Author: The Organised Teacher

# Fractions FREE: Fraction Spinners: Use with any Fraction Game or Activity!

Fractions, Faction Games, Fraction Worksheets... Fraction Spinners: can be used with any Fraction Games or Fraction Activity!

Here is a collection of 14 different fraction spinners that are great and simple to use in replace of dice when playing math games and any other math game you can think of that involves fractions.

Hold the pencil in the center with one hand, and spin the paper clip with the other hand. The outer part of the paper clip can also be bent so that it has a long straight pointer."

NEW: Editable Blank Spinners (PPT FIle), so you can create your own spinners.

Keywords: Free Math , math, fractions, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, homeschooler, activities, games, math centers
Author: MathFileFolderGames

# My Food Diary

A simple illustrated food diary page for learners.

Author: Puteri Nurul Nazahiah Datu Bandira

# Place Value Math Tasks and Exit Tickets

This place value set is the perfect tool to teach your students the first Numbers in Base Ten standard in the common core. By completing the activities in this set, your students will understand how to recognize that a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right.

• 5 Math Tasks for cooperative learning
• 5 Exit Tickets for individual assessment
• I can statements for clear learning objectives

Keywords: Free Math , basic operations, word problems, place value, 4th grade, homework, math centers, cooperative learning
Author: Create-Abilities

# Number Cross-out: Subtraction

Here are nine puzzles that provide subtraction practice with a little twist! Each puzzle presents subtraction clues that lead students on a hunt for a mystery number. Students use the clues to cross out numbers on a chart. When theyre done, one number will be left uncrossed. Thats the mystery number!

Theres also an extra activity at the bottom of each page. Students write two subtraction sentences that have their mystery number as the answer. Students may use counters, pictures, or their knowledge of subtraction facts to come up with their responses. For an extra challenge, let students try including two 2-digit numbers in some of their number sentences. For example, if the mystery number is 5, students could write subtraction sentences such as 9 – 4 = 5, 15 – 10 = 5, or 25 – 20 = 5.

Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, numbers, 1st grade, 2nd grade, homeschooler, free math worksheets, activities, fun stuff
Author: Vickys Joyful Teaching Resources

# Reasoning Puzzles Sampler: Activities for Math Talk (Gr. 2-4)

This is a free sampler of my Reasoning Puzzle series. There are five different puzzles with 6 prompts each, so in total 30 problems. They vary in levels of difficulty, but the paid product is tiered, meaning it gets more difficult as the puzzles go on.

The sample topics include:

1. Place Value
3. Perimeter
4. Area
5. Multiplication

This resource is here to help students engage in math talk, practice for the SBAC, PARCC or other standardized tests, and to work through the Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this activity, students decide for themselves whether six statements are true/false about a given puzzle. You can then have them engage in math talk to defend their thinking, and critique the reasoning of others.

Keywords: Free Math , math, numbers, place value, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, homeschooler, activities, test prep, math centers
Author: Beyond Traditional Math

# Factoring Binomial and Trinomial Flow Chart: The Big Picture

Coming Soon!!! More flow charts on factoring, illustrated in a similar manner and with more detail.

This Freebie is a flowchart that provides the "Big Picture" in regards to factoring binomials, trinomials, and factoring by grouping.

Thanks for taking time to view this product.

Keywords: Free Math , math, algebra, algebra 2, 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, study guides, printables, graphic organizers
Author: Bonnie Stephan

# Rapid Calculations SINGLE SET: Mental Math Practice

SINGLE SET (4 cards)
Get the full set here.

Help your students improve their mental math skills and master the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts with these rapid calculation cards.

* No-prep. Easy to use
* Enjoyable learning
* Easy to differentiate

This pack includes 4 cards which contain 5 rapid calculations each for a total of 20 rapid calculations.

For each calculation, the teacher (or a student) reads the problem out loud. Students do the math in their head and see if theyre right at the end. For example, the teacher says "12 plus 3 plus 7 divided by 2 times 5 equals" and the students replay with (do you know?) "55." (Answers are included.)

Students love this fun activity, and its so easy to differentiate for different levels. Simply say them slowly with long pauses for beginners or rattle them off for a more advanced challenge. Keep practicing, and youll see your students skills improve!

Students practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills.

Appropriate for grades 3 - 10 (even high school students can enjoy this activity & keep their mental skills sharp)

Keywords: Free Math , math, basic operations, mental math, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, 10th grade, activities, printables, math centers
Author: Teach 4 the Heart

# Division Bookmark

A bookmark used to help students remember the steps to long division through the mnemonic device "Does McDonalds Sell Cheese Burgers?"

Keywords: Free Math , math, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, math centers
Author: Danielle Lucas

# Compare 3 digit numbers.

Here is a worksheet for compare three digit numbers using <,>, or =.

Keywords: Free Math , math, 2nd grade, free math worksheets, activities, homework
Author: Michaelyn Locke

# Order of Operations Flipbook - PEMDAS

This flipbook can be used as a note-taking tool or review tool for students who are working with the order of operations. I have students glue them into their math notebooks to refer back to throughout the year. Pictures/examples of use in my classroom are included.

Keywords: Free Math , math, order of operations, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, other, activities
Author: The Teacher Who Hated Math

# Temperature Match Up

Match the thermometers to their temperatures in this math activity! Thermometers are in Celsius and Fahrenheit; all temperatures are in Fahrenheit. Thermometers are marked every two degrees and are even. Great for assessment or centers!

Keywords: Free Math , math, measurement, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, activities, assessment, math centers
Author: Kelly Whittier

# Similar Polygons- Partner Practice

One person will be partner A and the other will be partner B. On their own- they will complete as many problems as they can under their assigned column. Then, when time is up (or they finish) they will compare answers. Their answers should be the same for each problem- if any are not the same then they need to work together to figure out the answer. If they did not finish they can work together on the remaining problems.

Keywords: Free Math , math, geometry, 10th grade, activities, homework
Author: Jennifer Gonzales

# The Rule of Four

This graphic organizer and practice problems help students understand how to communicate mathematical concepts in four different representations:

- Graphical

- Numerical

- Algebraic

- Words

This specific Rule of Four handout focuses on Linear Representations.

If you are looking for an extension activity based on this handout, check out my Linear Equations are All Around Us project.

Keywords: Free Math , algebra, applied math, algebra 2, 7th grade, 8th grade, 9th grade, printables, graphic organizers
Author: Algebra and Beyond

# Math Games for Independent Practice! Five Games that work for any skill!

Are you and your students tired of math class feeling the same every single day? Here are 5 great math games for independent practice that will get kids out of their seats and having fun, while at the same time mastering your daily objective. I have spent 13 years tweaking and perfecting these games and I use them almost everyday. I cant imagine my classroom without them.

This product includes:
-A description of each game
-A plan to implement it in your classroom
-Photos of the games in action
-Which game fits best with which math skills.