Thanks for checking this out! These colouring books are a one-of-a-kind product that your students will really enjoy! Check out the product preview to see a sample colouring book!
They provide a rewarding and fun way to practice all the core skills of the MPM2D course, replacing textbook work to a large extent. They span the whole course!
Each colouring book contains 25 worksheets and their corresponding colour-by-answer grids. Each worksheet contains 12 problems. If students complete their homework throughout the semester they will each have their own Dr. Seuss character mosaic to assemble at the end! You can leave the characters a mystery and let them guess as they work away throughout the semester, or let them know for motivation... your call!
Every colouring book contains a different set of problems! This allows for meaningful math discussions with no copying.
◾.pdf AND editable .docx versions of all colouring books
◾10 different Dr. Seuss character mosaic colouring books (Versions 1 through 10)
◾Complete answer key for all colouring books (hyperlinked for easy navigation)
◾List of the order of problems found on each worksheet (look inside the answer key file)
◾Teacher Notes /Tips page to help you with smooth implementation
◾A “Homework Quiz” template included (fillable .docx file) making assessment of daily work very streamlined
◾Every book is different but similar in problem order, allowing students to work collaboratively without copying
◾Every page contains the answers scrambled at the bottom, allowing students to self-assess their work
◾The order of the worksheets follows the MHR textbook, but could be taught used in any order
◾Great for keen students, homeschool, or supplementary practice
◾Spans the MPM2D curriculum, providing an organized goal-driven structure
◾All colour names are consistent with the standard Crayola 24-pack of pencil crayons
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