Why should these fun coloring activities stop once kids leave elementary school?
Watch your students actually care about their answers as they quietly work to color each picture correctly. You can assess their progress quickly, just by glancing to see if they colored their pictures correctly.
The directions for students are as follows: Complete the problems in each row. Circle the correct answer. Match the problem numbers with the color you circled to create a colorful picture. For example, if the student gets the answer 24 for problem #1, then he or she should use red to color all of the sections labeled with a 1. If the answer is12, he or she should use blue to color all the sections labeled with a 1. Check out the Preview to see exactly what you're purchasing.
Using models to multiply
Fractional parts of a whole
Multiplying with fractions, whole numbers, and mixed numbers
Using a chart/recipe
Comparing fractional factors to products
There are 13 problems, a picture to color, and a key.
Special thanks to Ashley Hughes at A Hughes Design
. for the clipart!