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Being a military wife, I've taught at 8 different schools in the past 11 years in 4 different states! But, moving around this much has exposed me to so many valuable teaching experiences that I wouldn't change it for anything. I have taught all grades from 5 - 12, and just about every conceivable subject matter. Mostly, I've focused on teaching students with learning disabilities, which is one of the motivating factors behind my Ph.D. in Educational Psychology.

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Being a military wife, I've taught at 8 different schools in the past 11 years in 4 different states! But, moving around this much has exposed me to so many valuable teaching experiences that I wouldn't change it for anything. I have taught all grades from 5 - 12, and just about every conceivable subject matter. Mostly, I've focused on teaching students with learning disabilities, which is one of the motivating factors behind my Ph.D. in Educational Psychology.
Adding and Subtracting Fractions Color by Number
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Adding and Subtracting Fractions Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice adding and subtracting fractions (with unlike denominators) while they have fun creating a colorful masterpiece! Students will color their simplified answers according to the color indicated to reveal a beautiful mandala pattern. The answers are all positive (no negative answers) and include some mixed numbers. Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so let them have fun while they practice their basic fraction skills! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, extra practice, or just plain fun! As an added bonus, the finished products make beautiful classroom decor! Thanks for looking and enjoy and enjoy your product!
Adding and Subtracting Decimals Color by Number
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Adding and Subtracting Decimals Color by Number

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In this activity, students will practice their math skills (adding and subtracting decimals) as they color! Students will answer the exercises and then color their solutions on the picture with the indicated color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala. This coloring activity is perfect for upper elementary and middle school grades as the mandalas are fun, geometric patterns that the students enjoy revealing as they color. This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, or just plain fun! As an added bonus, the completed activities make beautiful classroom decor. Thanks and enjoy your new product!
Dividing Decimals Color by Number
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Dividing Decimals Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice dividing decimals (by decimals) as they color! Students will color their answers with the given color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so give them the opportunity to enjoy practicing their skills with this fun color-by-number activity! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, extra practice, or just plain fun. As an added bonus, the finished products make beautiful classroom decor! If you like this, you may like my other color by number activities: Rounding decimals Multiplying fractions Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Identifying factors Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Multiplying Fractions Color by Number
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Multiplying Fractions Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice multiplying fractions (proper and improper with some cross cancellation) as they color! Once they put their answers in simplest form, they color the part of the picture with their answer according to the indicated color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala. Not only is coloring a great way to motivate students, but the final products also make fabulous classroom decor! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, early finishers, or just plain fun! If you like this, you may also like these other color by number activities: Rounding decimals Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Identifying factors Dividing decimals Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Classifying Angles Color by Number
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Classifying Angles Color by Number

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In this activity, students will classify angles (graphic and numerical representations) as obtuse, acute, straight, or right. Then, they will color a pattern according to their answers to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Color motivates even the most challenging students and the students get a fun chance to practice their essential geometry skills. In addition, the finished products make fabulous classroom decor!
Circumference and Area of Circles Color by Number
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Circumference and Area of Circles Color by Number

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Product Description In this activity, students will apply their knowledge of circumference, area, radius, and diameter to solve problems (mostly word problems) as they have fun coloring! Students will color their answers on the picture with the indicated color in order to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern! Color motivates even the most challenging students and the students get a fun chance to practice their essential geometry skills. This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so give them the opportunity to enjoy practicing their skills with this fun color-by-number activity! In addition, the finished products make fabulous classroom decor!
Multiplying Decimals Color by Number
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Multiplying Decimals Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice multiplying decimals (up to 3 decimal places and including some whole numbers) as they color! Students will find the product to each exercise and then color the area on the picture with the indicated color to reveal a beautiful mandala! Students enjoy coloring, so let them practice their essential math skills while having fun at the same time. This activity is great for sub plans, extra practice, enrichment, early finishers, or just plain fun! As a bonus, completed worksheets make beautiful classroom decor! If you like this, you may also like my other color by number activities: Rounding decimals Multiplying fractions Identifying multiples Identifying factors Dividing decimals Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Areas of Triangles and Quadrilaterals Color by Number
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Areas of Triangles and Quadrilaterals Color by Number

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In this activity, students will practice finding the areas of triangles and quadrilaterals as they have fun coloring! Students will color their answers on the picture with the indicated color in order to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Color motivates even the most challenging students and the students get a fun chance to practice their essential geometry skills. In addition, the finished products make fabulous classroom decor!
Properties of Parallelograms Color by Number
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Properties of Parallelograms Color by Number

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In this activity, students will practice applying the properties of parallelograms to find missing angles, sides, or variables as they have fun coloring! Students will color their answers on the picture with the indicated color in order to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Color motivates even the most challenging students and the students get a fun chance to practice their essential geometry skills. In addition, the finished products make fabulous classroom decor!
Basic Order of Operations Color by Number
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Basic Order of Operations Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice evaluating expressions using the order of operations as they have fun coloring! Students will reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala as they simplify expressions using the order of operations and then color the picture accordingly. This activity uses only basic order of operations (no nested parentheses or brackets) and only has one problem each with exponents and distributive property. It is aimed for students who do not yet use calculators (4th - 7th) and is a fun way to review essential arithmetic skills! Give your students something they'll enjoy doing as they fine-tune their skills! This activity is great for sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, extra practice, or just plain fun. As an added bonus, the finished products make excellent classroom decor! Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Rounding Decimals Color by Number
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Rounding Decimals Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice rounding decimals (to the nearest tenth, hundredth, and thousandth) as they color! Students will use their answers to color a the mandala to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern that makes excellent classroom decor! Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so give them the opportunity to enjoy practicing their skills with this fun color-by-number activity! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, early finishers, extra practice, or just plain fun! If you like this, you may also like my other color by number activities: Multiplying fractions Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Identifying factors Dividing decimals Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Identifying Factors Color by Number
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Identifying Factors Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice identifying factors of numbers as they color! Students will choose the correct factors from 3 answer choices and then color a mandala according to their choice. Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so give them the opportunity to enjoy practicing their skills with this fun color-by-number activity! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, early finishers, or just plain fun. As an added bonus, the finished products make beautiful classroom decor! If you like this, you may like my other color by number activities: Rounding decimals Multiplying fractions Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Dividing decimals Converting fractions and decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your product!
2-Digit Multiplication Color by Number
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2-Digit Multiplication Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice their two-digit multiplication skills as they have fun coloring! Students will reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala as they solve multiplication problems and color the picture accordingly. This activity has only positive integers and is aimed for students who do not yet use calculators (3rd - 7th). Give your students something they'll enjoy doing as they fine-tune their multiplication skills! This activity is excellent for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, or just plain fun! As an added bonus, the finished products make beautiful classroom decorations! Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Converting Fractions and Decimals  Color by Number
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Converting Fractions and Decimals Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice converting fractions to decimals, including repeating decimals and mixed numbers, as they color! Students will color their answer choices with the given color to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala. Your students will enjoy this activity that lets them have fun while practicing basic arithmetic skills. This activity is great for sub plans, enrichment, extra practice, early finishers, or just plain fun. As an added bonus, the finished products make excellent classroom decor! If you like this, you may like my other color by number activities: Rounding decimals Multiplying fractions Multiplying decimals Identifying multiples Identifying factors Dividing decimals Basic order of operations Adding and subtracting mixed numbers Adding and subtracting fractions Two-digit multiplication Adding and subtracting decimals Thanks for looking and enjoy your new product!
Trigonometric Ratios Color by Number
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Trigonometric Ratios Color by Number

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In this activity, students will practice applying principles of the trigonometric ratios (sin, cosine, and tangent) as they have fun coloring! Students will color their answers on the picture with the indicated color in order to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Color motivates even the most challenging students and the students get a fun chance to practice their essential geometry skills. In addition, the finished products make fabulous classroom decor!
The Pythagorean Theorem and its Converse Color by Number
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The Pythagorean Theorem and its Converse Color by Number

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In this activity, students will practice applying principles of the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse as they have fun coloring! Students will color their answers on the picture with the indicated color in order to reveal a beautiful, colorful pattern! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Color motivates even the most challenging students and the students get a fun chance to practice their essential geometry skills. In addition, the finished products make fabulous classroom decor!
Introduction to Sequences Color by Number
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Introduction to Sequences Color by Number

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With this activity, students will find terms of sequences and then color their answers on the picture according to the directions to reveal a beautiful, colorful mandala! As an added bonus, the final products make fabulous classroom decor! This activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally “checked out” before a long break (hello summer!). Teachers and students alike enjoy motivating activities, so engage your students today with these fun coloring activities!
Solving Inequalities Color by Number
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Solving Inequalities Color by Number

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What better way for students to get motivated about practicing their algebra skills than coloring! Even high school students love to color when they get the opportunity, so give this activity a try! This worksheet includes 13 problems involving solving linear inequalities (one-step, two-step, and multi-step). Students color the mandala according to their answers. Even the most unmotivated students enjoy this worksheet (I've used it several times in my math class)! The worksheet is a great activity for practicing essential algebra skills while having fun doing it. It also is a great activity to leave for students on days you have a sub. The students stay busy and out of trouble! If you like this, you may also like these other color by number activities: Finding slope using a graph Finding slope between 2 points Finding slope and y-intercept Factoring trinomials Direct and inverse variation Combining Like Terms Adding and subtracting polynomials Thanks and enjoy your new product!
Laws of Exponents Color by Number
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Laws of Exponents Color by Number

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With this activity, students will practice multiplying and dividing exponents while having fun as they color! Students will simplify 12 problems of varying difficulty and then follow the special coloring directions for each problem to reveal a beautifully colored picture. The coloring directions give the students even further opportunities to practice their algebra skills as they must apply math vocabulary (sum, denominator, numerator, exponent, base, etc.) to color the picture correctly. Even unmotivated students enjoy coloring, so give them the opportunity to have fun while they practice their algebra skills! The final products create awesome classroom decor, too! If you like this, you may also like these other color by number activities: Finding slope using a graph Finding slope between 2 points Finding slope and y-intercept Factoring trinomials Direct and inverse variation Combining Like Terms Adding and subtracting polynomials Thanks and enjoy your new product!
Finding Slope and Y-Intercept Zen Math Freebie
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Finding Slope and Y-Intercept Zen Math Freebie

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With this activity, students will solve linear equations from standard form into slope-intercept form (2 exercises are already in slope-intercept form) and then identify the slope and y-intercept. Students will then fill in an abstract space according to their answer with a pattern to reveal a beautiful, fun Zen design! Students can color their final products or leave them in black and white. Either way, your classroom will be decorated with beautiful artwork as the students practice their Algebra skills! This no-prep activity is an excellent resource for sub plans, enrichment/reinforcement, early finishers, and extra practice with some fun. It is especially useful for end-of-year practice, spiral review, and motivated practice when students are exhausted from standardized testing or mentally "checked out" before a long break (hello summer!). Teachers and students alike enjoy motivating activities, so engage your students today with this relaxing activity!