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Download several versions of semi-log graph paper in a convenient pdf format.

Supplement your AP Calculus AB curriculum with these hands-on activities and resources for teaching a first-year calculus course.

Looking for a fun gift for your graduating precalculus students? I created this free SVG file which can be used to make stickers or vinyl decals for your favorite math students.

This free printable limits calculus poster reminds calculus students of an important concept: limtis are about the journey not the destination.

These algebra jokes and puns are the perfect way to bring a smile to your math students’ faces and give them a good laugh.

This collection of trigonometry jokes and puns will help bring a spark of fun and humor to your trig lessons. Get ready to make your students laugh! (Or groan…) As a high school math teacher, I have been collecting mathematical jokes and math puns for years to add to my math lessons. I want to …

Help build your students’ number sense skills with these free printable PDF number charts for the natural numbers from 1 to 50.

Help build your students’ number sense skills with these free printable PDF number charts for the numbers from 1 to 30.

In this fun and engaging Eights Number Challenge, you must use exactly four eights and your choice of arithmetical symbols to form the eight given target numbers. What is the Eights Challenge? Using exactly four eights, add arithmetical symbols between the eights to make each of the target numbers. You may use plus, minus, times, …

Looking for a fun mathematical gift for your calculus students? I created this free SVG file which can be used to make stickers or vinyl decals for the math-loving graduates in your life. I currently have JPG and SVG designs of stickers for each graduating class from 2024 to 2028. I first created this SVG …

Bring the fun of bingo to your classroom, birthday party, or family game night with these free printable blank bingo cards.

These blank sudoku grid printables are available in two formats with either one large blank puzzle or four smaller blank sudoku puzzles.

Give your calculus students practice applying the power rule for derivatives with this fun bingo activity featuring 40 unique printable bingo cards for free!

Check out these PDF templates for Pascal’s Triangle which feature both filled and blank Pascal’s Triangles to use in your math lessons.

The Silent Board Game is a strategy to help students practice finding and writing the rule for a function. I was introduced to the silent board game strategy at a session on “Fun Functions: Active and Interesting Function Activities” hosted by CPM at the 2016 Summer Conference of the Oklahoma Council of Teachers of Mathematics. …

The Loops Puzzle is a fun edge-matching puzzle which involves arranging the pieces to make a square containing closed loops. This puzzle is actually three different puzzles in one!

Practice converting between radical form and rational exponent form with this free and fun rational exponents activity that is formatted as a square tarsia matching puzzle.

Can you assemble the four pieces to create a 4×4 square with a checkered pattern?

Download this printable 1 cm graph paper. This standard graph paper features a 1 cm grid and is available to download for free in a convenient pdf format. It is designed to print on US letter size paper.

Can you place the numbers 1 to 7 in the diagram so that each line of numbers has the same sum?

Use a standard set of twelve pentominoes to build the shape of a rabbit.

Can you place the numbers 1 to 5 in the correct places to solve the equal sums puzzle?

In this pentominoes turtle puzzle, you are challenged to use a standard set of twelve pentominoes to build the shape of a turtle.

Looking for a fun divisibility rules activity? This collection of free divisibility rules activities and games will make teaching divisibility fun!