Free Middle School Math Resources! Want to try before you buy? Or maybe you just don’t have any extra money to spend.

### These resources are completely Free!

That’s Free, with a capital F. Because these are premium items!

## Order of Operations Triangle Matching Puzzle

Are you looking for a unique way to review the order of operations? Puzzles force our students to think, whether they want to or not.

This puzzle is great for middle school or high school students to use when reviewing the order of operations.

If you are teaching 5th grade, use this puzzle as a fun review after you have taught order of operations.

This puzzle is the PERFECT size for an interactive math notebook (even when you are using a composition book). The puzzle fits on 1/2 page of copy paper.

This puzzle is free – we have many more puzzles for sale! Here are links to my puzzle bundles:

You can also buy them individually! I have dozens of puzzles, and I’m adding more all the time!

## Adding and Subtracting Integers Maze

Students LOVE mazes. Hand them a boring worksheet and watch them yawn. Hand them a maze and watch them engage.

And it’s the exact same material!

Students will add or subtract the integers to move through the maze. A spacious worksheet is provided for them to show work. 16 questions must be answered to get through the maze.

There is also a bonus mini-maze that you can use to show the students how to work the maze and/or give them to solve.

It is the perfect size for a composition book (half sheet of paper), so it would be a great addition to your interactive math notebook.

It comes with an answer key, of course. Like all of our products, this one will make your life easier!

Just print and go!

We sell tons of mazes too! Once you use our free one, these are some you can buy:

Or buy them individually too. Just search our store!

## Blank Coordinate Planes -8 to 8

Free blank graphs to use when graphing coordinates and equations on the coordinate plane! Each graph goes from -8 to 8 on both the x-axis and y-axis.

There are two options – 12 to a page:

and 6 to a page.:

This Free resource is basic – we also sell a version of this with many more options: