FREE Printable Order of Operations Pumpkin Puzzles

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The algebraic order of operations can be complicated and off-putting for some students. Lighten things up a bit with these cute pumpkin puzzles and give your algebra student some extra practice. They are a lot like a flash card, only they’re much more festive!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to […]

FREE Printable Mega Math Learning Pack

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Let me say up front that this freebie has over 60 pages of materials! Ranging from teddy bear counting pages and number lines to fraction circles and algebra tiles, this Mega Math Learning Pack has it all! You’ll find everything you need to support a successful math education!Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable […]

Join Time4Learning Today for Only $12.95* for Your 1st Month for the Whole Family

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This month, Time4Learning is celebrating 13 years helping homeschooling families with a special discount throughout the month of April. For a limited time, you can purchase Time4Learning’s award-winning, online homeschool curriculum for $12.95* for the first month for the whole family. Discover why new and experienced homeschoolers have chosen our award-winning, online homeschool curriculum. By […]

FREE Absolute Value Doodle Notes

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Do you teach Algebra? If you’re looking for a new and engaging way to help students focus and retain what they’re learning, check out doodle notes. This free set covers Absolute Value Equations and combines text and examples with visual cues. This will help students remember what they’re learning and have better success later as […]

The Distributive Property – Cupcakes and Algebra FREE Lesson Plans

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Before your kids can learn the mathematical definition and how to use the Distributive Property you need to make sure they have an everyday definition and understanding of the word distribute. This sweet lesson plan uses cupcakes to explain how the Distributive Property works. If you don’t have an actual Algebra class you are teaching you […]

FREE 12 Days of Christmas Math Printables

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Are you looking for some fun ways to weave math into your holidays this December? This completely free “12 Days of Christmas Math” email series includes a variety of math topics for Kindergarten through Algebra. This set of Christmas themed math printables includes brain teasers, board games, and practice worksheets covering all sorts of important […]

FREE Printable Place Value Activity

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Most students are introduced to algebra in the elementary grades. The sooner they can understand what an equation is and that both sides must be equal, the easier start they’ll have in the subject. This free, printable activity will help your child understand place value and expanded form – building blocks of algebra. This activity also helps […]

Free Exponent Properties Lesson

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If your child is working on Algebra skills, you will love this easy to use lesson on exponent properties! This will help them understand 4 common exponent properties in a way that makes sense, rather than memorizing rules. Included in the download are teaching tips, a student handout and answer keys. Need An Affordable Approach […]

FREE Printable Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers Worksheet

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I always felt like there were never enough fraction worksheets for my kids to really master the concept of fractions. This printable Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers worksheet is free and includes an answer key for quick grading!Click here to download your free printable! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? Save time, money and stress with our […]

Free Real Life Algebra Lesson

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If you have pre-algebra or algebra students, be sure to grab this fun, fall themed lesson from Bethany at Math Geek Mama! This lesson is three parts, based on finding the cost of a pumpkin. Each part builds on the previous section, allowing students to practice writing linear equations, evaluating equations and then solving equations. […]