Do you remember coloring by number as a child and finding it so fun to see the final product? This activity allows students to color a picture as they solve the questions based on their answer. The questions focus on calculating the discriminant and the zeros of a given quadratic function and simplifying radicals. Once students answer the question they find their answer from the two options and color the corresponding part of the picture. At the end the students should have a masterpiece that teachers can display around their rooms.