This page is a collection of some of the forever free math resources on my blog and in my tpt store.

**FREE MATH RESOURCE LIBRARY**

In addition to forever freebies on this page, I'd love to send you access to my free math resource library that includes 8 math resources that are

__only free here__. You'll get immediate access to the library by email after subscribing.

__What you'll receive after subscribing__:Slope Tasks Mystery Message w/ GOOGLE Form

Divisibility Rules Math Pennant - print and virtual classroom image

GCF & LCM Math Word Wall Reference

Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Mobile

Prime Factors Math Word Wall Reference

Multiply & Divide Integers Partner Scavenger Hunt w/ GOOGLE Slides

Solving Radicals Solve 'n Check! Math Tasks w/ GOOGLE Form

2-Step Equations Math Pennant

**Social media:**

__Facebook__

There is a Facebook group called Visual Math that has been growing as a place for teachers to share ways to reach all learners (and for me to share free stuff).

__Instagram__

Instagram is a smaller community and is a little more "behind the scenes" (ie: where I like to share random stuff).

You can also always reach me at

**shana@scaffoldedmath.com**.

**More math freebies:**

Growth Mindset is everything! This free How to be a Math Person poster reminds students that we are all math people.

This free 3-d shapes word wall covers volume, surface area and lateral surface area and has options for either CCSS or TEKS formulas.

*Now includes both printable and digital versions.*

Welcome your math students into class with this "Welcome, Math Person" poster on your bulletin board or classroom door.

This parallel lines cut by a transversal coloring page helps Geometry students make sense of angle pair relationships.

The parallel lines poster got a recent GOOGLE upgrade with movable pieces.

*Now includes both printable and digital versions.*The parallel lines poster got a recent GOOGLE upgrade with movable pieces.

This Order of Operations pennant is a fun way to practice order of operations. Best of all, the end product looks great hanging in your classroom.

This Order of Operations pennant is for younger kids.

This Order of Operations pennant is for younger kids.

This solving equations graphic organizer is designed for kids who are having trouble solving equations.

This Language of Math poster links the words kids see in word problems to their symbols.

Do you use algebra tiles? Here is a free set printable algebra tiles.

There's also a free set of digital algebra tiles here.

This integers graphic organizer helps kids "see" the relationship between positive and negative numbers. The questioning on the sheet has helped so many of my students overcome their integers roadblocks.

This integers graphic organizer helps kids "see" the relationship between positive and negative numbers. The questioning on the sheet has helped so many of my students overcome their integers roadblocks.

This Function or Not sorting activity is a great follow up after an introduction to what makes a relation a function.

*Now includes both printable and digital versions.*

These multiplying monomials worksheets are a fun way to link what kids already know about finding areas of rectangles to multiplying monomials. It's great practice during a unit on exponent rules and polynomial multiplication.

This quadratic keywords poster

**has helped my students tremendously sort out when a quadratic word problem is asking for a part of a maximum or a zero.**We use this projectile motion warm up template during our unit on the graphing calculator and projectile motion. It really seems to help my students develop all the skills they need to solve quadratic word problems.

This Algebra 2 warm up template is BY FAR my favorite way to make warm ups in Algebra 2. It's a template that can be used with any graph or equation you shine on the board.

I liked the Algebra 2 warm up template so much that I made an Algebra 1 warm up template.

I liked the Algebra 2 warm up template so much that I made an Algebra 1 warm up template.

I give this set of directions to my Consumer Math students so that they can set up a digital checkbook in either Excel or in Google Sheets that automatically calculates a student's balance.

This slope poster reminds students about the 4 types of slope we may see.

This is the download of letter pennants to spell The Fridge on your classroom bulletin board. The cover is a photo of our classroom fridge where students choose to hang their graded papers.

I love this test-taking strategies foldable. It's chock full of tips for kids to relax and believe in themselves.

Here's where I have linked all of the free math cheat sheets on my blog.

Here's where I have linked all of the free math cheat sheets on my blog.

Loving your blog! I will definitely be visiting more!

ReplyDeleteThank you so much! :)

Deleteam i free to download these and use them myself? especially the algebra related UK freebies as they are hard to come across, great blog!

ReplyDeleteOf course! You can use them in your classroom and upload to a password-protected site for students:)

DeleteWhere is the synthetic division freebie? Your blog post on Synthetic Division in Algebra 2 led me here, but I don't see it...of course it is the beginning of the school year...:P

ReplyDeleteThe sheet is now linked right into the post. I have 2 places for freebies on my blog, which is way too confusing!

DeleteI was looking for the synthetic division one, too. I can see the blog post for it (where that link you posted above sent me to), but the blog post just sends me back to this freebie page, where I can't find that particular one. Any idea where the file went?

ReplyDeleteI'm so sorry about that! I have 2 places for freebies--- one in the tab above and one on the right sidebar (only when looking at by blog in desktop mode). I fixed the post to go right to the sheet now. Thank you so much for letting me know!

DeleteLooking for the math cheat sheets to download, but am unable to access them. Any tips where to find them?

ReplyDeleteI just updated this post with a link to the cheat sheets at the bottom. You can also find them all through the link in this post: https://scaffoldedmath.blogspot.com/2017/10/math-cheat-sheets.html

DeleteThank you for letting me know they were harder to find than they should be! :)

Just started browsing your blog, and you are an awesome teacher. thank you for being generous.

ReplyDeleteIt's my pleasure!

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