The concept behind our math coloring worksheets is very simple. Various studies show that coloring reduces anxiety and relieves stress. So, why not take advantage of the psychological benefits of coloring to help kids master early math skills and set foundation for later math ability in a fun and relaxing way?
Color by Number Worksheets
Researchers have demonstrated that even infants as young as 6 months are sensitive to differences in number. Parents can contribute to building children’s number sense from an early age by consistently paying attention to quantities and naming numbers. “Wow, there are three lions in this picture!” “You got two gummy bears?” These apparently insignificant everyday comments actually enrich kids’ mathematical experience by encouraging them to use quantities as a tool in making sense of their environment. An activity as simple as counting together is an important building block in developing your kid’s more advanced math skills.
Connecting sounds and quantities to symbols shouldn’t be hard considering that numbers are everywhere – on clocks, houses, cars, buses, price tags and so many other objects. Still, many kids struggle with number recognition. Our Color by Number worksheets are here to make mastering numeral symbols effortless and enjoyable.
Color by Addition and Subtraction Worksheets
Coloring doesn’t help children practice only number recognition. Our coloring pages also make math operations fun and easy. Enjoy our growing collection of Color by Addition and Subtraction Worksheets.
Color by Multiplication Worksheets
With Color by Multiplication worksheets, you can support your kids in building confidence with times tables from 1 to 10.