If you teach elementary math and science and are looking for new ways to engage your students, you’ll want to check out this week’s round-up!

We’re featuring Everyday Math Bundles, Earth Day Resources, Bulletin Board Activities, and so much more. Keep your students challenged with these resources, half of which are FREE!


Suffix
Suffix -ABLE ** FREEBIE ** by KinderKuties

It’s FREE!

“Help students practice the suffix ‘-able’ and its root words with this print-and-go resource.”

Kindergarten Everyday Math Supplemental Units 1-9 Worksheet & Vocabulary Bundle
Kindergarten Everyday Math Supplemental Units 1-9 Worksheet & Vocabulary Bundle by KinderKuties

“This bundle closely aligns with the Kindergarten everyday math curriculum and can be used to used to differentiate work, as homework, center activities, exit tickets, or for enrichment.”

Pirate Theme Teen Numbers
Pirate Theme Teen Numbers by Erika Deane

It’s FREE!

“This activity builds flexibility in number by providing multiple representations of numbers with the added fun of being pirate themed!”

Eliminate It Bundle! Numbers & Representations, Math Facts and Shapes Included!
Eliminate It Bundle! Numbers & Representations, Math Facts and Shapes Included! by Erika Deane

“Eliminate It provides a high-yield math routine to engage students in deep reasoning and meaningful discourse!”

Recycling and Earth Day Clip Art Freebie
Recycling and Earth Day Clip Art Freebie by Teaching at the River

It’s FREE!

“This free clip art set adds the perfect touch to recycling lessons or bulletin boards!”

Solar System Mini Unit
“Solar System Mini Unit by Teaching at the River

“This no-prep set has all you need for a solar system group research project! With info posters, reading passages, writing pages, research guides, poster templates, and rubrics, you’re all set!”

Pattern Blocks Puzzles Work Mats ~ ANIMALS ~ Graphing ~ Freebie
Pattern Blocks Puzzles Work Mats ~ ANIMALS ~ Graphing ~ Freebie by Rulers and Pan Balances

It’s FREE!

“These pattern block work mats provide students with an opportunity to create composite shapes. Students will then sort the collection of pattern blocks used and organize their data into a graph.”

Noggle Interactive Math Boggle Mind Boggling Bulletin Board
“Noggle Interactive Math Boggle Mind Boggling Bulletin Board by Rulers and Pan Balances

“Create an interactive math bulletin board to engage students in creating equations. Students use basic operations and/or order of operations to write expressions equal to a given target number.”