# Color by number coloring pages

Color-by-letter and color-by-number coloring pages are fun and educational. The instructions are simple. To determine the color of each space, use the code at the bottom of the page. The final picture will be revealed as each shape is filled. There are many benefits to color-by-number coloring pages. Aside from the benefits of coloring in general (see our webpage about coloring), your children will also learn the importance of coloring instructions, the meaning of symbols, and the advantage of seeing things through to the end. We have two types of color-by-number pages. Happy coloring! Color-by-number pages:

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Skip Counting Skip Counting by 2 and 5 – Worksheet Skip Counting by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 – Worksheet Skip Counting by 10, 100 and 1000 – Worksheet Skip Counting by 6, 7, 8 and 9 – Worksheet Skip Counting by 2, 3, 4 and 5 – Worksheet Skip Counting by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 – Two Worksheets How to make Sky Lanterns Lovely Illustration by Tuhin Paul We made sky lanterns to celebrate “Diwali”, a festival of lights in India. You can find the step-by-step tutorial here:Step 1: Make Paper Balloon The paper balloon is made using rice papers,butter paper, kite paper or tracing paper. Butter paper works best as it has good tensile strength which prevents the paper from tearing and is easy to handle. While sticking the sides of the butter paper make sure you stick it properly so that the hot air could not escape from it.Step 2: Making the rim of the balloon The open end of the balloon is stuck with a bamboo ring to attache the fuel. Step 3: Making the Fuel For making the fuel of Sky lantern, you need wax and napkin papers.

Division…Bring It! We’re in the midst of multiplication and division madness in my classroom! To help the kids understand the termonology associated with a division problem, I created this anchor chart. I also revamped an activity I posted last year. I wanted my kids to have more practice with division problems while being held accountable for the termonology as well. So I took a one page activity and turned it into a seven page center! You can click the picture below to check it out at my TpT store. Tsilli Pines Art and Design Pigment, vintage paper, and cotton thread on rice paper. First shown May 1st - 31st, 2008 at Ogle in Portland, OR. This series is about the topography of money in human consciousness, the constant parade of numbers in everyday life.