Division Color by Number (2024)

We have a lot of free color by number printables on our site. Some focus on number recognition while others like these free division color by number pages feature math problems for elementary age kids. Mainly taught in the third grad, these educational worksheets are great for the classroom or home.

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Color by number division pages are here. Fun worksheets for kids with math problems they can solve and then decorate according to the key at the bottom of the sheets. Free PDF downloads for practice. (affiliate links present)

Free Division Worksheets

After I created these Free Multiplication Color by Number pages I thought I needed dividing options as well. Typically taught in the 3rd grade you can use both that cost you nothing at all. Starting simple with single digits and double digits all of these do not have remainders and go in evenly for beginners.

There are a few others that kids love in our group of Color by Number Flowers too. If you are working on both you can download a few of them and make a packet which can be given out as homework or educational worksheets for the classroom. You might want to supplement their practice at home too, great for that too.

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Division Coloring Worksheets PDF

A while back I did create even more complicated sheets in our Free Color by Number for Adults which are great for algebra and some of your really advanced children may be able to complete those too. Let’s start with more of the basics though this time shall we?

The pictures on these sheets are different insects. From a ladybug coloring page to a caterpillar and butterfly make great birthday party activities too. If you have little ones I am sure both boys and girls will love choosing which Color by Number Animals they want to complete.

You don’t have to print them all either. If you wanted a specific one you just click on the blue link at the bottom of the page. Then instead of hitting print you will alter the spot that says pages. Change from all to the page you want. If you want 10 of them specify that in the # desired below that.

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Division Coloring Sheets

If you are a parent trying to teach this concept we have a few tips. This isn’t one of the things kids should know going into Kindergarten but maybe your child is advanced and you want to supplement their education at home.

How to teach simple division

  1. Use simple language and examples to illustrate that division is the process of sharing or grouping a set of objects into equal parts.
  2. Visual aids, such as drawings, objects, or manipulatives, can help make the concept more concrete. For example, you can use blocks or counters to represent the objects being divided and containers to represent the groups. OR a pizza is more fun and will likely stick in their heads.
  3. Begin with basic division problems that involve sharing equally. For example, you could use a set of objects (like candies or blocks) and ask the child to divide them into two equal groups. Start with small numbers to keep it simple.
  4. Once the child understands the concept, introduce division notation, such as the symbol (÷) and word problem sentences. For example, “8 ÷ 2 = 4” means dividing 8 objects into 2 equal groups results in 4 objects in each group.
  5. Another way to introduce this idea is through the concept of repeated subtraction. For example, if you have 8 objects and want to divide them into 2 groups, you could repeatedly subtract 2 from 8 until you reach 0. Each time you subtract, you count how many times you subtracted until you can’t subtract anymore.
  6. Use word problems to apply this in real-life contexts. Start with simple, relatable scenarios, such as sharing cookies or distributing toys among friends, and ask the child to solve the problem using division.
  7. Offer positive reinforcement and feedback as the child practices. Encourage them to explain their thinking and reasoning behind their answers.
  8. As the child becomes more comfortable with simple problems, gradually introduce more challenging ones involving larger numbers or remainders.

Incorporate games, puzzles, color sheets like these and interactive activities to make learning division fun and engaging. Solving math problems that are fun will help them remember their division facts more than just memorizing times table or division flash cards.

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Divisioncoloring worksheets grade 2

I would say this is great for 2nd thru 4th grade students to practice skills. With one digit numbers in most every problem you can create an answer key and laminate it so they can check after the students solve themselves. That way their colors will be accurate.

For long division worksheets with a quotient and remainder you could white out the problems here, create your own and make as many copies of that you want. In order to make these reusable so you can use them over and over you just need to laminate a few. Have kids use wet erase markers to complete with a wipe to clean off.

Time needed:5 minutes

Color by Number Division

  1. Print

    Use your printer to print off as many division coloring sheets you would like to have. Use them all or one picture.

  2. Solve

    Use a pencil to solve the division problems.

  3. Color

    Use crayons or colored pencils to color each spot according to the key at the bottom of each page appropriately.

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Division Coloring Pages

With older more advanced children who get this done quickly you can have them write a silly story on the back about their picture.

Want to incorporate more fun into another math game of sorts? Remember how to make a paper fortune teller? Look above and you will remember the old fashioned creations that literally cost nothing. Write problems to practice on each piece with the answer inside.

For something without any need to subtract or multiply, our Cute Pixel Art Printables are quite popular for all ages. Doesn’t have problems but is more of a number matching but still need to do a bit of thinking to complete.

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