# Color Addition And Subtraction Worksheet

Color Addition And Subtraction Worksheet – Color by number worksheets here at Mama’s Learning Corner, mainly because my girls love them so much.

Even my older girl (almost 10) still loves the color by number pages and enjoyed the color by number multiplication pack for Valentine’s Day. What they don’t tell you is that learning is fun!

## Color Addition And Subtraction Worksheet

Today, I have a wonderful bundle of spring color-by-color worksheets for your preschooler, kindergarten, and first grader. There are two types of pages in color based on number:

## Adding And Subtracting Decimals Color By Number

– simple numbers for practicing number and color recognition; For example blue = 2, green = 7, etc.

If you have a variety of youngsters and skill levels at home or in the classroom, this pack of color-by-color worksheets is for you!

With 2 different styles of number practice in the pack, you can meet the needs of each of your children and/or students.

♥ Simple numbers pages and addition and subtraction pages have the same spring pictures. Only the numbers/equations are different in the two different sets.

## Mental Math Addition & Subtraction Worksheet!

I’m always looking for new ways to use worksheets and printables. Here are some ideas if you’re confused!

– If you have kids who can’t learn addition and subtraction facts, take a few days out of your regular math curriculum and print out these math facts! These leaves are a

Equations on every page, so I suggest you only assign 1 page per day when you pause the program.

— Maths curriculum in the younger years often pauses to learn math facts while the student focuses on another topic, for example, explaining time or geometry. Keep those math facts current by assigning certain colors to a page or an entire page each day. It pays to keep math facts fresh in your brain.

#### Spring Color By Addition Worksheet For Kindergarten

– Some kids love color by number, they care less about math facts. This is the case with my kids #2 and #4. Keep stock handy if you have one of these babies!

– Use them for those “I’m bored” moments that inevitably happen near dinner. Or save them for a rainy day when there’s nothing else to do.

— Keep a set in your car’s clipboard. Take out and pack a twistable clipboard when you travel (they don’t melt and aren’t as messy as markers). Or if you have older kids at school, keep them in the car when you know you’ll have to wait a while at the doctor or in a car line.

These color-by-color worksheets are perfect for classroom teachers because they are different. You can find the right level to meet the needs of each of your students.

### Educational Coloring Page For Preschool Kids. Paint Color By Subtraction And Addition Numbers. Vector Kawaii Rabbit With Carrots. Spring Theme. Royalty Free Svg, Cliparts, Vectors, And Stock Illustration. Image 124315125

— This will be a fun addition to your spring math centers! Print the stock or lay out some page protectors and provide dry erase markers.

— This can be easily modified for a small group activity: Choose the same number of students as the colors are color coded. Each student receives a different color for each number sheet and is assigned a specific color. After each student finishes painting with their assigned color, they pass their paper to another student until all colors are done. This is a very fun way to use these pages!

What other ideas do you have for using these color by number worksheets at home or in the classroom? I’d love to hear about your thoughts in the comments!

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### Subtraction Color By Number Worksheets

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