# Resource Library of FREE Math Printables

## Variety of Ages

Download these templates for 14 different types of math story problems for elementary school.  Then create and customize word problems specifically to meet your children’s personalities and needs.  Check out Teaching Math With Story Problems, Not Word Problems for ideas on how to present and guide your children through the problems.

Download this Beginning Graphing Packet and check out Teaching Graphing in Your Homeschool to start to incorporate some graphing into your homeschool studies this year!

This packet is a combination of our number paths and lines, subitizing cards, ten frames, part-part-whole circles, and number tiles.  It is referenced in the post,

In Subitizing Games with Free Printable Subitizing Cards, I described several games that can be used to help your children learn to subitize. Want to know more about why your children need to learn to subitize? Check out Visualizing Numbers, A Key Skill For Learning Math. Download the subitizing cards here.

Download the part-part-whole circles and number tiles that are explained in Build Number Sense with Part-Part-Whole Circles.

Download these number path sheets that are introduced in Stop Using A Number Line with Your Children.

These 5 and 10 frame matching cards are a fun way to practice math facts that make 5 and 10, which is one of the key skills in developing number sense as discussed in: How to Stop Your Children From Doing Math on Their Fingers.

These cute winter game boards will help your children learn their multiplication facts through 12×12. Children will roll two dice, multiply them by the number at the top of the game board and then cover their answer, facilitating their memorization of multiplication facts. Includes 12 game boards, one for each number 1-12. Children can play independently or with another student.

These cute spring game boards will help your children practice their multiplication facts through 12×12. Children will roll two dice, multiply them by the number at the top of the game board and cover their answer, facilitating their memorization of multiplication facts. Includes 11 game boards, one for each number 2-12. Children can play independently or with another student.