If you’re reading this, there’s a chance that you’re looking for something interesting to teach your kids math.
Perhaps your students need some motivation to solve math problems… or they are bored, and you want to offer them something fun… or maybe you want them to be engaged in an activity so you’ll have time doing your own work.
Whatever your reason is, we’d like to help.
We created our math coloring sheets to make learning math fun and interesting for kids.
Below you’ll see a collection of our math coloring activities. Just choose which one fits your needs.
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'Mystery pictures' is a coloring activity that lets kids solve the hidden pictures by coloring the squares in the grid. They follow a letter-color guide to reveal the hidden image.
Most kids are excited to solve mysteries, and we use this as a motivation for them to answer math problems. By doing so, students are eager to finish answering the questions in order to uncover the mystery picture.
The math problems in our mystery pictures products come in different forms. Some are in ready-to-use worksheets, others in the form of task cards or flip cards, and some come in both forms. The coloring worksheets or pages are included in each product.
Here’s a video on how it is used.
Your 2nd graders will surely be interested to work through the math problems in this collection, so they can solve the mystery pictures. The hidden images include pictures of animals, kids, vehicles, fruits, vegetables, monsters and a whole lot more!
We cover several topics, so just choose the right one for your class.
Let your 3rd graders enjoy working on math problems with these coloring sheets. They wouldn’t mind answering word problems or other math questions because they will feel motivated to complete the activity to solve the mystery pictures. They can uncover images of charming little kids, cute animals, pirates, vehicles and a lot more.
Here are all the topics in the collection:
Your 4th graders will surely have fun answering these coloring worksheets. They will be motivated to finish all the math problems, so they can solve images of adorable kids, musical instruments, monsters and a lot more.
The sets in this collection come in two forms – ready-to-use worksheets and task cards. Both are included for your convenience, so you just have to select which medium fits your teaching style.
Here are the topics included in this collection.
For 5th grade and above, choose any of the math topics below.Decimals
Practicing addition can be so much fun if combined with art and surprises. With these coloring pages, your students will experience just that. Who would have thought that they will uncover pictures of animals after answering all questions on addition? Imagine the fun that your kids will have after answering the ‘boring’ addition problems.
Here are samples images of what they can discover:
There are different types of addition problems in this collection, including addition with and without regrouping, addition word problems, adding three to four numbers, double digit addition and more.
Solving for the area and perimeter of rectangles and shapes can be difficult for some students, but kids can have fun while doing so.
Consider a feedback from someone who used our area and perimeter coloring pages.
"My students LOVE these and I feel like they are genuinely being challenged with most of the problems."
The problems in these sheets include finding the area of rectangles, floor layouts, using distributive property to find the area, area of rectilinear figures, and word problems.
Interpreting data on bar graphs and picture graphs can be more fun with these worksheets. They are presented with graphs and are asked a number of questions. With those answers, they can work on the coloring pages to see the hidden pictures.
Here are some examples of the mystery pictures that your kids can solve.
There are several sets in this collection, with each set having a questionnaire, coloring sheet and an answer key.
Practicing to add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals can be challenging, or sometimes boring, for some students. You can give them something interesting by having them work on special task cards and the coloring pages.
Here are examples of the mystery pictures that your kids can solve.
You can get coloring pages on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals. We also included conversion between fractions and decimals.
If you’re looking for a fun way for your kids to practice division, let them work on these mystery pictures. They sure will love answering the division problems in order to solve the pictures hidden in each coloring page.
Here are some of the pictures of what they can see after coloring the pages.
Your kids can practice division with and without remainders. You can also let them answer division word problems.
If you want your students to have fun as they learn fractions, give them one of these coloring sheets. They will enjoy answering the problems related to fraction in order for them to discover the hidden pictures.
They can uncover pictures such as these:
To view more of the fraction coloring sheets, just click on the button below. You can get worksheets on:
This is a collection of our task cards and coloring sheets on solving for the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM) of two numbers, and the least common denominator (LCD) of two fractions.
This is a collection of our coloring pages related to measurement, including problems on:
After solving the word problems, your students can view the hidden pictures. Their answers serve as clues to the mystery.
Here are some of the images that they can uncover:
The problems include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers involving unit of measures. You can view more by clicking on the button below.
These are word problems on counting money. It includes activities such as ‘If you have… how many cents/dollars do you have?”, yes/no word problems, and operations involving money.
Multiplication perhaps is one of the most difficult, yet an important skill for kids to master. You can help them by making their practice more fun. They can be motivated to answer multiplication problems, so they can uncover the mystery images hidden in each of the coloring pages.
These are just some of the pictures that they can reveal after coloring the squares.
This collection includes multiplication facts, multiplying two to four digits by one to two-digit numbers. You can also get multiplication word problems.
Give your students something fun to learn place value. By using the coloring activity as a motivation, they will surely be interested to answer the problems on place value.
With this, they can discover hidden pictures of animals, fruits and much more.
There are several activities in this collection, including matching two columns, filling in the blanks, counting hundreds, tens and ones, understanding expanded form and number names.
This coloring worksheets on includes activities like identifying 2D and 3D shapes, drawing shapes and rectangles, and counting the squares.
Let your students have fun practicing subtraction with these coloring pages. These printable sheets will make your kids want to answer more problems so they can solve the mystery hidden in every page.
Here are some examples of the mystery pictures that they can uncover.
There are several subtraction problems in this collection, including subtraction with and without regrouping, subtraction word problems and subtracting three to four numbers.
Give your kids a fun activity about time with these mystery pictures. After answering all the questions, they can work on the coloring pages to reveal hidden images, such as watches, clocks, and vehicles.
There are several types included in this collection, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division word problems. Problems related to measurement are also included. Click on the button below to view more.
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