# Category: Math General Posts

## High School Math Posters (Free Quadratic Equation Printables)

Free Algebra 2, Trig Printables (And a few hints about quadratic equations to help your kids out!) When the kids were little, we used to have cute posters on the walls… like the ABCs and stuff. We still have things on the wall, but the content has changed considerably now that my kids are older! I was showing my friend (on Zoom!) the material we have up behind the computer...

## Clocks – Telling Time Matching Activity and Practice Worksheets

When my kids were younger, we used a clock matching activity regularly to make sure the kids got the hang of being able to read an analog clock.  Today I have shared a new printable with you! Clocks – Telling Time Activities This is included in our K-2 Math BUNDLE: It is one of the best Bundles we have available… with more than 20 pdfs at just \$5.50. 🙂  I’ve...

## Free Exponents Rules Worksheets

This free Exponent Rules Worksheet Packet goes over some of the exponent rules used in prealgebra, algebra and beyond. It includes free printable worksheets and an interactive notebook activity. This is a packet I first made for my son when he was in prealgebra. I have updated and added to this free set. This math packet includes some exponent rules charts (see the example answer chart to the right, students...

## Square and Square Roots Worksheets, Games and Activities

Are your kids working on squares and/or square roots? If so, be sure to grab this Squaring and Square Roots Packet! It is currently FREE to download! These activities and worksheets are for practicing squaring numbers from 12 all the way to 202 — from 1×1 through 20×20! Knowing the squares is helpful for students in 6th grade and up as they move into prealgebra and Algebra… and even for...

## Free Fall Multiplication Worksheets 2s 5s 10s

I have a fun fall freebie for you today!  These math worksheets will help your kids practice their 2s 5s and 10s multiplication facts. Each page has fun skip counting mazes. Students will skip count from 2 to 22, 5 to 55, or 10 to 100 as many times as they can (going in any direction – up/down/diagonal). Plus, there are some multiplication problems at the bottom of several of...

## 10 Things I’ve Learned About Homeschooling Math (and 30 Math Activity Ideas!)

In this post, I want to share some of the things I’ve learned over the years while homeschooling math with my three kids. Plus, I’m going to share more than 30 different math activity ideas that were big hits with my kids… everything from the types of math manipulatives we used to various math games and activities we incorporated into our math time. Very quickly, what are some things I...

## Skip Counting Games and Worksheets 2s through 10s

I made a new set of skip counting games and worksheets that I have just added to the Multiplication Bundle.  As many of you know, I have been trying to add fun, seasonal activities to both of our math bundles. This latest set of skip counting games will help students who are just starting to learn their multiplication facts to practice skip counting. And, this is great practice for students...

## Free Geometry Shapes Packet

Today I’m back with another Monday Math Freebie! This packet is all about geometry shapes! This Free Geometry Packet has worksheets and games for learning about all of the major geometric shapes including the triangle cube heptagon trapezoid oval hexagon cylinder octagon ray circle line right triangle rectangle pentagon parallelogram There are tracing pages, matching pages, fill in the blank worksheets.  Students will have to count the number of sides...

## Monday Math Freebie – Addition – Subtraction and More

Monday Math Freebie! Many of us take much of the summer off, but keep just a little bit of math practice going for our kids.  I thought I would create a new series to keep the momentum going!  Today’s freebie has two pages of mixed math practice. These two pages touch on addition, subtraction, logic, fractions, and measuring. You can print it out in color or they are also provided...

## Thermometer and Temperature Activities (Free)

These free activity pages will help your kids become familiar with how to read a thermometer. They will compare the temperatures in Fahrenheit and Celsius and will begin to recognize the temperature in winter, spring/fall or summer in Fahrenheit and/or Celsius. Print out the thermometers on card stock.  Cut them out. Have the kids put them in order from coolest to warmest or from warmest to coolest. Remind them that...

## Math and the Brain – Mindset, Mistakes and More

The biggest mistake you can make is to be afraid to make one! I often love books about the brain and the latest on brain research. You probably already know about the link between exercise and learning.  There are studies that show that after just twenty minutes of exercise, the brain is fired up! Read all about it in the fitness.gov article, Learning is a Moving Experience. Check out the composite...

## Math Ladder Game (Free Printable)

My kids *loved* playing games to help them learn their math facts.  I made a fancy version of amath fact game we used to play. It’s free to download! This game takes less than 10 minutes to play (though perhaps more if your kids are like mine and beg to play again and again!!). To play this game, you need a die or a wooden cube with the numbers 1...

## Spring Skip Counting Mazes – 2s 3s 4s 5s 10s (Free!)

We have some fun spring butterfly skip counting practice sheets to share with you today! These skip counting worksheets are free to download! These colorful skip counting mazes cover the 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s and 10s. Before the kids tackle the mazes, have them fill out the missing numbers in the skip counting rows.  Then move on to the maze.  Have your student start with the number and skip count...

## Valentine’s Skip Counting Mazes 2s 3s 4s 5s 10s – Free!

Today, I have a set of Valentine’s skip counting mazes to share with you.  My kids loved these types of math activities! In these sheets the kids have to skip count by 2s above and below the mazes.  Then, they have to skip count as many times as they can in the number grid. Answer pages are included. These skip counting worksheets are free to download: Valentines Day Skip Counting...