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Bring some Halloween math to the class for a spooktacular addition to your instruction. Here, scholars color by number to uncover four spooky scenes including a pumpkin, a bat flying across the moon, haunted trees, and a cat.
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Turn young learners into pattern detectives with this fun hands-on activity. Using the included set of cards showing different block towers, children replicate each pattern with their own manipulatives while attempting identify...
In this coloring the Halloween picture by number worksheet, students follow the color code numbers to color bats and a jack-o-lantern. Students color ten objects.
Qui est-ce? Follow the numbers and their coordinating colors to complete the picture of this little French girl. Kids review numbers one through six and the words rouge, marron, bleu, orange, and vert.
Here's a fun way to review colors and numbers! Young Spanish language pupils color a bear and a ball following a color chart provided. Each number is associated with a color, so it will be easy to determine who knows their numbers and...
Celebrate the season! Your elementary Spanish learners will love coloring in this turkey prior to Thanksgiving Day. Each part of the turkey has a designated color, but learners must match up the number associated with each part with its...
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How do primary colors mix to create secondary colors? Young artists find out in this hands-on activity as they trace a template, paint in the primary colors, mix secondary colors, label, and cut out four separate color wheels.
Combine coloring and number comparisons with your youngsters. They use color coding to identify numbers that are less than, greater than, or equal to five. The 20 numbers are enclosed in bubbles, making this more of a fun activity. Note...
In this color by number worksheet on nuts students will identify the numbers one through five on a picture of different nuts and color each number a different color and reveal the picture of nuts and the letter N.
Don't let the resource hide from you. In the assessment task, young mathematicians solve problems involving chameleons that change color. Three different problems require individuals to apply parity in various situations.
In this addition without regrouping worksheet, students will find the sums of 9 addition problems each on a square of a quilt. Then students will color the squares according to a key.
Most species of animals include a variety of fur or hair color, but why? Scholars watch a video about a changing environment for mice. As the rocks around them change hues, different colors of mice begin to thrive. Discussion questions...
Young counters respond to three prompts and demonstrate their understanding of ordinal numbers by identifying the first, middle, and last kitten held in a young girl’s sack. After counting the total number of little, furry felines,...
In this color and number activity, students color the shape using the color indicated at the bottom of the picture. They see the picture of a yellow house with a brown door when they are finished.
Math pages that involve coloring are fun and can help children differentiate patterns or specific information. They compute single-digit addition problems that result in sums from 10 to 15. Odd numbers are colored red and even numbers...
Color me green. The fourth lesson in a unit of 15 introduces the class to color images and how to encode color images using binary code and hexadecimal numbers — and they will quickly notice that it is easier to code the color for each...
Children learning to add numbers up to 11 develop the strategy of using the larger number as the first addend and counting on from there to find a sum. They define addition and review the meaning of the plus (+) symbol. To practice, they...
Look, it's a butterfly! Your youngest Spanish learners will love this coloring activity. A beautiful butterfly is shown, and different numbers are shown in different parts of the body. Each number correlates with a color, so your class...
Subtracting can be fun, especially when it involves baseball! Beginning subtracters practice taking away four from a number to find their answers. Each square has an answer of a number 1–10 and should be colored based on the color key....
Beginning French learners will love coloring this Thanksgiving turkey! Each number is associated with a specific color, so learners must be familiar with numbers and colors in French to complete this activity.
In this color by number worksheet, 1st graders use the numbered code under the picture to color the umbrella picture. This picture is in a hidden picture format. Neither the umbrella nor the large letter U are immediately obvious.
In this color by number worksheet, 1st graders color a picture of Winnie the Pooh. The ten colors listed at the bottom of the page, each with a corresponding number. Students use this code to color the picture.
Entertaining as well as educational, this math activity about decomposing numbers is bound to capture the engagement of young learners. Given a cup and five two-color counters, young mathematicians simply shake and spill the cup,...
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