Free printable color by number coloring pages, color by letter puzzles, games

Color by number coloring pages are images divided into labeled sections that must be colored according to label. They're similar to paint by number activities that were popular in the 1970s. Some color by number activities are color by letter or math problem. Kids must solve the math problem to know which number to color the space. Color by number coloring pages can be used to teach math, counting, reading and other subjects. Here are free printable color by number puzzles and coloring pages.   Free printable color by number coloring pages, color by letter puzzles, games | Examiner.com

Valentine candy heart cookies, conversation hearts math game, craft, lesson

 Looking for ways to use up leftover valentine candy hearts? Here's a cute Valentine craft and snack that teaches math using Valentine's Day Necco Sweetheart conversation hearts. They're an edible flashcards to help children practice counting and other mathematics skills. Perfect for preschool, cognitively impaired special needs and ECSE lesson plans  Valentine candy heart cookies, conversation hearts math game, craft, lesson | Examiner.com

Free printable Super Bowl coloring pages, football lesson plans, games, crafts

Super Bowl XLIX Sunday rolls around Feb 1, 2015. Is Super Bowl a national holiday at your house? If you can't make it to Arizona, here are Super Bowl party activities to celebrate at home. Check out free printable Super Bowl coloring pages, games, word puzzles and crafts. There are team logo crafts, football helmet insignia, football trivia and more. Use to entertain the kiddies so you can enjoy the game. Or use them for decorations, table decor or half-time party games. There are even some educational activities to learn more about football.  Free printable Super Bowl coloring pages, football lesson plans, games, crafts | Examiner.com

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