Download and Play, No Strings Attached!

You have permission to print and use these game boards and worksheets in your own local classroom, home school, math circle, co-op class, etc. But you may not post them as your own or sell them. If you’re not sure how copyright works on the Internet, check out Daniel Scocco’s Copyright Law: 12 Dos and Don’ts.

Geometric Coloring Designs


Denise created these coloring pages for her homeschool co-op math kids, but now we’ve collected them into a 42-page PDF coloring book for your family to enjoy. Includes several links to creative ideas for playing with graph paper.

Download Geometric Coloring Designs

Number Game Printables Pack


The 22-page PDF Number Game Printables Pack file includes hundred charts, graph paper, and game boards from the first two Math You Can Play books.

Download Number Game Printables Pack

Multiplication & Fraction Printables


The 44-page PDF Multiplication & Fraction Printables file features two decks of mathematical model playing cards, plus hundred charts and all the game boards for the Math You Can Play: Multiplication & Fractions book.

Download Multiplication & Fraction Printables

Prealgebra & Geometry Printables


The 68-page PDF Prealgebra & Geometry Printables file features hundred charts, coordinate grids, assorted graph paper, and all the game boards for the Math You Can Play: Prealgebra & Geometry book.

Download Prealgebra & Geometry Printables

Hundred Charts Galore!


The 50-page PDF Hundred Charts Galore! printables file features 1–100 charts, 0–99 charts, bottom’s-up versions, multiple-chart pages, blank charts, game boards, and more. Everything you need to play the activities in the 70+ Things to Do with a Hundred Chart book.

Download Hundred Charts Galore

12 thoughts on “Free Math Printable Files

  1. Thank you for this printable pack. I own Math games for elementary students and it has been very helpful for us. We enjoy the games.

  2. Hi Denise. I just wanted to tell you that you have quite literally changed the way I think about math, feel about math, teach math, and interact with math concepts. I homeschool my 3rd and 8th grader and your book has had an enormous impact on our interaction with math every single day. I’ve had a lifelong aversion to math and numbers. My bend is much more toward literature, writing and words. Math confused me from an early age and I was fearful of the responsibility when it came to teaching my kids. We now live a math saturated life. Everything can be turned into a puzzle or mystery when approaching a search for patterns or revealing math’s constant presence. Thank you is not nearly a big enough statement but it’s all I have so THANK YOU!

    1. Wow, Melanie. That’s so encouraging! I’m glad my work has helped, but congratulations to you for having the courage to face the fear and move through it. And what a blessing to your kids, for them to see that sort of lifelong learning in Mom.

  3. Thank you for publishing your books and also the free resources. I hope to turn my math-adverse older children (10 and 12) away from their fear of math and cultivate a love for it in my 6-year-old. I only wish I’d found out about you sooner!

  4. Denise, I am so glad to have found your books at my local library! I tutor a student at my daughter’s school. When I started out, I tried to just follow the curriculum books for the two grades the student was behind. It wasn’t going well. Then I found your books and even just in the introduction learned a whole different way to approach things. “My” student is doing really well now. Still not caught up with the rest of the class but getting closer every day and he actually looks forward to and enjoys doing math now, at least most of the time! Who knew I just had to make it fun and engaging? 🙂 Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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