March is reading month math? Why yes! You can't skip math completely during the month of March so why not make it reading-related and carry the theme of the month into math?! Well I can help you do just that with my latest products! I have created three color by number activities with a reading theme. These are fun coloring pages where students have to solve math problems and use their answer to color the picture according to the code at the bottom of the page.
All of the pictures are reading-related. There is a stack of books, a bookworm reading a book, an open book, word art made with the word "read", a classroom reading corner, a super-hero book, a bookworm sitting on top of a stack of books and a cute bear reading a book. As with all of my color by number activities they come in three editions. One for addition and subtraction to 10, one for two-digit addition and subtraction to 100 and one for multiplication and division facts 0-12. Each pack has eight color by number activities (with colored answer keys), four addition (or multiplication) and four subtraction (or division).
These activities work great for morning work or spare time activities for early finishers. Just keep them in a folder where students can easily access when they completed their work. You could also include a colored copy of each picture for students to self-correct when they are done!
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Spring has got to be one of my favorite seasons of the year. After five long months of cold winter here in Michigan spring brings a much needed warmth, the joy of hearing the birds' sing and the first sightings of new life with the flowers beginning to poke through the ground. This past fall my daughter and I planted some tulip bulbs which proved to be quite a task with the depth required for the holes and the hard ground we were working with. We are now reaping the rewards from all our hard work as we begin to see small green and purple shoots poking through the ground. Each time we walk past the tulips we check to see how much they've grown. We are eager to see what colors they will be! Tulips are kind of a big deal where we live near Holland, Michigan where we are known for our "Tulip Time" celebration of our strong Dutch roots.
I hope you all have enjoyed your spring breaks! We all can use a good break now and then! I've been busy working on some fun new spring-themed products that I think you and your students will really enjoy! Since my color by number activities have been so popular I made another three sets for spring! Once again they are available in an addition and subtraction to 10 set, a two-digit addition and subtraction to 100 set and a multiplication and division facts 0-12 set.
I also have some fun spring fractions activities in my store. These coloring pages teach students to identify fractions, compare and order fractions. There are also pages that give students practice in identifying equivalent fractions. Click the image below for a free sample!
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I love Thanksgiving! Food, family and fun are what comes to mind when I think of Thanksgiving! With a new baby coming soon I have so much to be thankful for again this year. I know that with this exciting time of year students can sometimes get a little restless. That is why I've created several fun and engaging products to help keep their focus. I have three sets of Thanksgiving color by number activities. One for addition and subtraction facts to 10, one for two-digit addition and subtraction facts to 100 and one for multiplication and division facts 0-12. I've also created a set of Thanksgiving logic puzzles that my 4th graders loved! Just something to make those last few days before the holiday a little easier for you :)
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