Get your students excited to practice Number Matching, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division with this Slowpoke Beach Pokémon Color By Number!
This picture is an original drawing done by me exclusively for this resource! You won’t find it anywhere else!
There are 11 versions of this worksheet:
✶ Number Matching 1-10
✶ Number Matching 10-20
✶ Number Words 1-10
✶ Addition to 10
✶ Addition to 20
✶ Subtraction within 10
✶ Subtraction within 20
✶ Doubles Facts
✶ Doubles +1
✶ Mixed Multiplication
✶ Mixed Division
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I designed this resource to work with students on various levels. You can decide which version works best with your students, classroom, and teaching style!
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