# Free Math Facts Songs & Activities

At Math-U-See, we believe that students should not just be taught *how* to do math, but also the *why* behind it. But that doesn’t mean that memorizing facts and formulas has no value; having math facts available on demand frees students to focus on new concepts and skills. Mastering addition facts is a critical part of becoming a confident math student, while skip counting is an important skill to aid in learning multiplication facts.

Rote memorization and repetitive drilling might work, but how dull and dry! Memorizing can be a lot more fun and effective with the simple inclusion of music and game. How many of us remember *Three Is A Magic Number*, *My Hero, Zero*, or other Schoolhouse Rock hits and can still sing them word for word?

## Free Math Facts Songs & Activities

With the goal of memorization in mind, we’ve taken the Addition Facts and Skip Counting songs from our Skip Count & Addition Facts CD & Songbook and made them available right here for free.

Information that is stored in the brain in song format is retrieved the same way it was entered; don’t be surprised if your student sings through an entire song to get to the fact they need. (A little math karaoke never hurt anyone!) We also included the printable coloring pages and sheet music for each set of facts.

Then we thought, “Why stop there? Who doesn’t love learning disguised as a game?” So our magnificent Curriculum Development team put on their play clothes and came up with games and activities to provide hands-on practice and learning through play. (Remember what I said about the *why*? behind the *how*? This is where that comes in.) Addition Facts activities are for specific math facts, while Skip Count activities can be used with any fact set.

Enjoy these fun ways to help build a strong math foundation for your lifelong learner!

✔️ 15 songs.

✔️ 12 coloring pages.

✔️ 8 activities.

~~$25 value.~~

**FREE.**

“Thank you so much for these tools! I was feeling so lost!! I really really appreciate you guys taking the time to post this!” – Tabitha

Sara Kay WendorfThis looks like a great teaching aid!

Beverly ThompsonThanks for the help homeschool is hard as a single parent

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NicholeGreat resources, thank you!

Tabitha BratcherThank you so much for these tools! I was feeling so lost!! I really really appreciate you guys taking the time to post this!

Linda CampoyaThank you. This is so helpful!

PixiThank you. Very excited

ChristieThanks we will use these

BethAwesome.

Joseph DemmeHi Danielle! There’s a button on the right that you can click to get the download option. It looks like three dots.

LauraJoseph-

I am on a mobile device (iPhone) viewing this page after submitting my info for the free music resources and I also do not see an option to download the songs. I bought the Universal Primer Kit to use this year and my child and I are both enjoying the curriculum. I would like to be able to download these songs on my iPhone to play at home and on the go. Thank you for any help you can provide!

SondraAnything to help with math,to make things,enjoyable, is a plus in my book,so please, send us,what you can,to help us out.

MarieTHANK YOU!❤️ Learning by music is well known to help with memorization. Wish I had known that and had this resource available growing up – ESPECIALLY with math!

lorenaThank u so much!

Elaine CrawfordWould LOVE to have this for my daughter!

BasemaThank you so much

ValWe are also using the Primer kit and I would love to easily download these to my phone. I would be very willing to pay to have this put into a more user-friendly package instead of downloading each individual item (busy mom of four and all!). These songs are awesome!!! Thank you!!!!!

Aimee CrawfordThanks for the feedback. We do have these available on CD in our store if that helps at all.

Allyson CartwrightMy son was struggling to remember addition facts, so glad I found this! He’s already able to recall them after just a couple of times singing these!

Aimee CrawfordWonderful!

Donna BoulingnyThis is wonderful and boy is 2 years old and he’s having trouble talking the music he humms with