Color by Code Coloring Pages for Pre-K and Kindergarten
If you are looking for a no-prep fun way for your kids to practice early math skills, then these color by code coloring pages are perfect! My kids love any excuse to color, and when you can practice math skills at the same time, why not combine the two? These color by number, color by shape, and color by sum options help your pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students practice various math skills.
There are so many benefits to using Color by Code worksheets with your kids. These math activities can help you mix things up a bit in the classroom and make learning and engaging in the classroom fun.
Color by Code activities help with:
- Math skill practice
- Fine motor work
- Color word recognition
- Number recognition
These sets can be used as a math center option, an early finisher option, morning work or extra skill practice after a related math lesson.
Which color by code option will best meet your needs?
If you know your children already love color by number activities and you want one quick download with all of the sets, then grab the full color by code yearlong set.
The full 79-page set includes 15 different themes for the entire year.
Each set includes five different skill options: 2 color by numbers, 2 color by sums and 1 color by shape.
Also available on TPT.
Color by Code Sets Include
Try a Free Sample of the Color by Code Math Games
If you haven’t tried color by number activities with your children yet, and you want to try a free sample choose one below and give it a try soon.
Click the image below to the theme you’d like to try. This will open a full article about that set and include an opt-in box for you to request the free download via email. Enjoy!
I hope your students have fun practicing pre-k and kindergarten math skills with these no-prep color by code options.
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