Color By Number Math and Language Arts Activities about Winter Fun

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Description

These 5 color-by-number activities include 3 Math activities and 2 English Language Arts activities about improper fractions, equivalent fractions, a review of basic arithmetic, and the homophones to, too, two and they're, their, there. Every color-by-number picture is a symbol of winter or a winter holiday: fireworks, a sled, a Christmas tree, a mug of hot chocolate, and a menorah.

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* The menorah activity is available in a free sampler HERE to give you an idea of the complete resource.

* This resource is available in a money-saving bundle with 4 other winter-themed products; you can find it HERE.

Resource at a Glance:

What will students learn?

They will practice writing equivalent fractions and improper fractions, do simple arithmetic problems, use to/two/two and there/their/they’re correctly in sentences; they will reinforce their comprehension of color words; they will practice following directions to correctly color in pictures of winter-themed images; students write their own sentences using the 2 sets of homophones.

Who is it for?

English Language Learners at lower levels of language proficiency; elementary students learning these math and ELA concepts.

How does it help teachers?

These activities can be used as a fun review for the Math and English Language Arts concepts after teaching them; the activities can be used to assess how well students understand the concepts; they can be used in centers, as homework, extra credit, and/or fillers at the beginning or end of a class.

What teachers who have used this resource say:

♥ "Great ways to review!" -- Jennifer M.

♥ “Fun activity!” -- Made by Mac

Full Description:

This resource is aimed at upper elementary students and ELLs at beginning and early intermediate proficiency levels of English. Students can all work on the same activity or they can work on different activities--there is no set order to them. They can do the activities in centers, as reviews, or as fillers just for fun.

Each activity consists of:

* A student worksheet page with questions and spaces to write answers

* An answer key that you or your students can use to check the work

* A page with an image outlined on it for students to color in according to the directions on the worksheet

* A page showing what the colored-in picture looks like so students can check if they followed the directions correctly

Each activity comes in a full color version as well as a version with minimal color on the student worksheet and answer key pages. These pages can be printed in black-and-white to save on printer ink, if desired. The minimal color pages with the images are the same as those in the color version but are included in that section for your convenience.

All but 1 of the activities helps meet an ELA or Math Common Core standard. A list of the standards this resources helps address is provided.

Let your students have some winter fun with these 5 Language Arts and Math activities!

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What you get in this product:

★ A Notes to the Teacher page (1 page)

★ A table of contents for quick reference (1 page)

★ A list of the ELA and Math Common Core standards this product helps address (2 pages)

★ 5 color-by-number activities about: improper fractions, equivalent fractions, the homophones to, too, two and they're, their, there, basic arithmetic problems, in both full color and minimal color versions (40 pages)

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You might also be interested in these seasonal products:

Winter Holiday Task Cards: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa Facts & Grammar Review

Christmas and Chanukah Vocabulary Boom Cards™ (Distance Learning)

Multilingual Merry Christmas & Happy Hanukkah Posters

Christmas & Chanukah Word Search & Crossword Puzzles

Thanksgiving Math: Fraction Task Cards for ELLs & Mainstream Students (including Google Drive™ versions)

Multilingual Signs BUNDLE: Hello! & Welcome & Happy New Year -- polka dot theme

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Thank you and happy teaching!

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand two fractions as equivalent (equal) if they are the same size, or the same point on a number line.
Recognize and generate simple equivalent fractions, (e.g., 1/2 = 2/4, 4/6 = 2/3). Explain why the fractions are equivalent, e.g., by using a visual fraction model.
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.

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