My 9-year-old still enjoys coloring, whether by code or not, so I’ve been using her interest while helping her prepare for her second math test of third grade. She loves that I make her printables on any skill she wants and has started specifically requesting them <3
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Materials for Christmas Lights Color by Hundreds Place
- Printable file (below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- One sheet of paper.
- Crayons, colored pencils, markers, etc.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The file includes three pages: Two coloring pages and one answer key. The answer key goes with the coloring page that features a full color key using nine different colors of my choice. The second version of the coloring page is completely in black and white so you can choose your own colors and color each number depending on colors you have on hand. If you’d rather use less than nine different colors, just double up and use one color for more than one number.
If you use the standard colors, this is a no-prep printable – just print, practice place value, and color right away.
Want a fun, hands-on, wintery way to practice addition?
This is super fun!
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