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Fun, Engaging Math.

Is Your Curriculum Enough?
Have you ever wondered if the math curriculum you’re using includes the key components that your students need for success? Here’s what you should look for in a solid, thorough math curriculum:
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It teaches both the why and the how of mathematics

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It includes practice with math facts

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It includes open-ended challenges

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It includes mental math practice

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It includes plenty of opportunities for real world application

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It includes lots of visual models and representations

If you’re looking at your curriculum and thinking there are some areas of weakness there, I’ve got you covered. In my shop, you will find lessons, games and other resources to help you round out whatever curriculum you’re using.

Plus, I offer online training classes that you can complete in a weekend to grow as a math educator and learn new strategies to enrich your students and build math thinkers and problem solvers.

Ready to Shop? See all the available resources by grade level:

Professional Development for Busy Teachers:

Are you feeling stuck in your teaching? Do you wish you had new, proven strategies to get kids of all ages and abilities participating and making sense of math? Our bite-sized professional development courses were designed with busy teachers in mind.

Learn meaningful, no-fluff math instructional methods to help your kids grow and engage with math, with short videos you can complete in a weekend.

Simplify Your Lesson Planning with Done for You Resources:

If you are simply looking for some teacher-tested and approved print-and-go resources to save you time and  make math FUN for your students, we’ve got something for everyone. Take a look at some of the featured products below, or search the shop by grade level to find *just right* math supplements.

"Sir Cumference" Lesson Bundle

Do you love the “Sir Cumference” books? This collection includes lessons and games to go along with the entire 9 book collection! Kids will love combining math with literature!

Pattern Block Logic Puzzles Bundle

If you want to give your kids a unique challenge, try these logic puzzles using pattern blocks. Includes 40 different puzzles (similar to Sudoku), as well as a blank puzzle to challenge older kids to create their own.

Algebra Essentials Bundle

Teach older kids? This bundle includes inquiry based lessons to help kids make sense of the most essential Algebra concepts such as integers, order of operations, exponents, absolute value and more.

See how our printable bundles & resources are being used by thousands of teachers like you!

Scroll through some of our testimonials to see how products are enriching classrooms like yours.

Nicolette, Build Your Own Amusement Park Project

 “I had the students work on this in pairs. They loved the challenge and making their own decisions just like in a real world application.” 

Shavone, Problem of the Day Calendars Bundle

“This is exactly what I needed for a Math Coordinator’s Math Club. I love it!” 

Cassondra, Exploring Symmetry

“This is a great resource for teaching symmetry. It has lots of great colors. And the opportunity to use information as in-depth as you please. Great resource for nature study and math in nature.” 

Christine, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks

“Love these for getting students to be deep critical thinkers!”  

Ian, Hands On Logic Puzzles with Pattern Blocks

“Very engaging for my students in Grade 2, and easy center to set up. The levels of difficulty made it easy to address the different levels of need in my class. Loved it!”

Julie, Sir Cumference Lessons & Games

“I love, love, love, these books. I love having the activities to go along with them. I can’t wait to use all of them. Thank you sooooooo much.” 

Dominique, Learning with LEGO: Grades K-2

“So many great activities! Covers a large variety of areas in PreK/K Math. Great for kids who love legos!”

Plus, SO much more, available in the shop!

Still Have Questions?
Are these resources for teachers or parents?

Both! My lessons are designed to be used to teach kids math and have fun doing so. They can be used in the classroom, by math tutors, as after school supplements or by homeschooling families.

I don't live in the U.S. Can I still purchase?
You sure can. Simply check out with paypal, and you’re all set.
With so many free resources, why do I need to pay?

While I do strive to offer lots of fun and free activities in my shop and at MathGeekMama.com, I also have a lot of ebooks and lesson bundles that are not free. These are larger, more comprehensive units and collections that will save you time and money so that you don’t have to piece together all sorts of things yourself.

I used to have a membership. How do I login to access those materials?

Although I am no longer opening the site up to new members, you can still access all the materials inside the member area if you signed up for a membership in the past. Use this login page to access the member dashboard: https://shop.mathgeekmama.com/member-login/

How do I access the materials?

All of my done-for-you lessons and games are printable, pdf files. You will be given access to them immediately after checkout (whether they are free or paid). You will also receive the files via email. It is then up to you to download the files to a computer to store them and print them as needed.

If you sign up for an online course, you will create a login so that you can access the videos and printable materials right here on this site, whenever you need.

Can I request a refund?

Yes. While I will hate to hear that a resource wasn’t right for you, I want you to be completely satisfied and confident in your purchase. If for some reason it does not meet your expectations, simply request a refund within 30 days of purchasing.

I purchased resources but now I can't find them. Can you help?

Yes, of course! If you have trouble finding or accessing the resource you purchased, please reach out to me at mathgeekmama@gmail.com. I will help you retrieve the file or answer your question/concern.

Every child can succeed in math with the right tools and support.

You want to engage and challenge every child in your class, but with so many different ability levels and individual needs, it’s easier said than done. A standard curriculum is not going to have everything you need to meet the needs of each student. But a quick google or Pinterest search will likely bring you tons of completely unrelated content, or a boring worksheet. Learning and engaging with math is so much more than a worksheet. That’s why I’m here to help.

Here at Math Geek Mama, my mission is to provide access to engaging and fun resources that encourage kids to dig deeper, make connections and learn the why behind the math they’re learning. All while having fun!