Do you struggle to get students to practice addition facts?
Teachers: “Okay, everyone, it’s time to complete an addition worksheet!” Immediately, the entire class groans.
Let’s face it: math worksheets are often NOT fun at all.
Unless we can add another element by incorporating a hands-on activity.
Which is why I’m excited to share these fun fall color by addition worksheets today!
These are a wonderful way to help students practice adding sums up to 20 while giving them a fun artistic component.
Plus, they’re no prep, which means less time spent on planning. Woohoo!
Even better, I’m sharing these absolutely FREE for my email subscribers!
Keep reading to see how to get your copy.
And, for more ways to add a fall theme into your math lessons, try my Spanish Acorn Counting to 10 Digital Activity!
Autumn Addition! Fall Color by Addition Worksheets
To use these printable fall color by addition worksheets, you’ll need the following: (This post contains affiliate links. For details, see our Disclosure Policy.)
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Crayons or colored pencils
This product includes five different fall-themed color by addition printables.
Since each page includes addition problems with sums up to 20, this is best suited for first and second grade students.
As students examine each addition problem, they can use the color code at the bottom to fill in each picture.
A color answer key is also included for easy grading!
This would make an excellent resource for math centers!
Or you could hand it out to students for in-class work or send it home to use as homework or for distance learning.
Get a look at this product in action in the video below!
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