Spring Color by Number free printables contain numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts for students to practice their math easily. These color by number pages focus on a variety of math facts making fact fluency a fun and easy task with spring themed bugs, rainbows, butterflies, flowers, and more! Numbers and math fluency are an important building block in a child’s learning. To support your child’s learning needs and make teaching fun and easy for you, check out our Number of the Week program featuring a variety of number-themed activities for your learners!
Color by Number Spring
The Spring Color by Number printable worksheets feature a range of math facts, including numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, that offer an easy and engaging way for students to practice their math skills. Our free worksheets have been specially designed for students in preschool through third grade. The coloring pages also showcase various pictures inspired by the spring season!
Spring Color By Addition
Spring pictures with addition problems. Give your preschool through third grade students coloring pages while also practicing math fact fluency.
A cute flower pot addition color by code worksheet. This spring-themed addition printable is perfect for kindergarten students!
Preschool and kindergarten students will enjoy this free, spring coloring page featuring a variety of addition problems.
Add your way to coloring the rainbow! Designed for your preschool, kindergarten, and first-grade students, it’s perfect adding practice!
Spring Color by Numbers
Color-by-number pages were created for students in preschool through third grade. The worksheets feature all four math operations as well as number recognition practice. These printables are perfect for use during the spring months to excite students on their math fluency practice. We suggest using these pages as homework practice, independent learning practice, or as a quick assessment with your students. To get even more coloring fun, check out our Fall Color by Number activity pages.
Spring Color by Subtraction
Subtraction is a foundational math skill that your preschool, kindergarten, first-grade, second-grade, and third-grade students. The following worksheets make subtraction practice easy!
Flowering color by subtraction pages make the perfect fluency practice pages for kindergarten and first grade students.
This free, printable mushroom color-by-number printable gives your young students a fun and easy way to practice subtraction!
This free printable watering can and flower worksheet gives a variety of subtraction problems to your students in elementary school.
Color By Number Pages
Want to use our free, printable color-by-code worksheets with your students? Make sure your students have a coloring tool (colored pencils, crayons, or markers) and a pencil. To make the most out of these pages, make sure you’re printing the skills that your students are practicing or learning. Using these pages provides students with a fun and engaging way to practice number recognition and fact fluency skills. Check out our Winter Color by Number (coming soon!) activity pages for even more fluency fun!
Spring Color by Multiplication
Multiplication color-by-code coloring pages for third-grade students. Third grade is the time when students tend to learn the concept of division. These pages will support your third-graders multiplication fluency.
This adorable bunny contains a variety of one by one digit multiplication problems for third-grade students.
Free, printable third-grade multiplication fluency color-by-number worksheets. This page can be used with Crayola crayons.
Check out this cute rainbow with sun spring color by code page. Grab this free printable for your students today!
Spring Color by Division
Spring-themed color by code with division facts. The following worksheets are great for third-grade students’ practice.
Flower pot coloring page with division facts. Third-grade students will LOVE this free printable activity page.
Grab your copy of this adorable bug worksheet with division facts. Fact fluency is an important skill for third graders to master.
Color by code is a fun and engaging way to practice math fact fluency. This page features a variety of division facts.
Spring Color by Numbers
Preschool color-by-number worksheets feature the numbers 0-18. Perfect for your number recognition practice or homework pages.
This free adorable bunny contains a variety of numbers for your preschool and kindergarten students to find and color.
This free, printable mushroom color-by-number printable gives your preschool students a fun and easy way to practice number recognition!
An adorable butterfly will excite your young students to practice their number recognition skills. This page is free to download and fun to use!