I have two questions for you –
1.) Do your students need practice with their addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division Math facts?
2.) Do you want a no prep and engaging way to achieve this?
Well don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Let’s look at the fun way to practice Math facts.
Today, I’m going to be sharing a freebie with you for practicing addition facts.
Let me introduce you to color by codes. I’ve used them with 3rd grade students and they’ve always been a success!
The premise is simple, students solve the sums and color the picture using the key provided.
You can grab the freebie here. By signing up, you’ll get access to my whole free resource library!
What’s so great about these types of activities?
Here’s why color by codes are awesome –
1.) They are no prep (time saving and headache saving, am I right?). Just print and go!
2.) They are easy for students to complete independently. Simple Math facts, easy coloring, AND answer keys will make this NO stress for you.
3.) These activities are fun and engaging for students, as they get to color in the pictures (they will forget they’re doing Math)!
4.) These worksheets are ideal for Math centers too.
Do you like seasonal activities?
You might have noticed that the freebie is Summer themed. Well there’s more where that came from!
I bundle my color by codes by seasons. I have Spring, Summer, Fall, AND Winter!
You can just get the Spring bundle, for example. It will have addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division worksheets that are all Spring themed.
Here are the Spring and Summer ones.
Here are the Fall and Winter ones.
What if you just want the concepts?
I also sell my color by codes in bundles of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. This way, you can get just one Math concept in all of the seasons!
For example, you might just be looking for addition worksheets, so you can grab the addition bundle (the worksheets will suit Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter).
Here are the addition and subtraction ones.
Here are the multiplication and division ones.
Pretty cool, huh?
I hope you enjoyed this post about the fun way to practice Math facts!