Having class time to review the important skills you teach your students can be challenging. These Addition & Subtraction Within 1,000 Color By Number Worksheets are perfect for student independent work in your math center, seat work, or with you during small group time!

You will love how easy it is to prepare these 3rd Grade Math Addition & Subtraction Within 1,000 Color By Number Bundle for your class. My students LOVED Color By Number Worksheets and your students will too! You can dedicate one of your math centers, math workstations, as a color by number center. By changing out the skill each week, your students already know the directions for using the color by number worksheet pages. Your students will enjoy the freedom of self-based math and coloring these color by number pages while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time! These 3rd Grade Math Color By Number Worksheets Resources are perfect for assessment grades for 3rd Grade!

3rd Grade Math Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Estimate Sums Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Use Place Value to Add Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Estimate Differences Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Use Place Value to Subtract Color By Number

Page One - A cover page stating "Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - This page is a Common Core poster for your math center, or classroom with the main focus of the lesson. It can also be used as a page in your students folder to explain the "Student Goal" ... The "Why?" we are learning this skill.

A cute little girl and her dog is on the poster that they can color and it also has the Common Core definition.

Third Grade 3.NBT.A.1

Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

Page Three - A cute little girl and her dog are on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Four - A cute little boy and his kite is on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Five - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN math problems and it also includes a small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Six - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Seven - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN AND HUNDRED math problems where the students have to round EACH number to the nearest ten AND the nearest hundred with two answer areas for each problem. It also includes a cute little schoolhouse in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Eight - A cover page stating "Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred" so you or a substitute teacher knows where the answer keys start. Leave it paper clipped to the answer keys you have selected for a substitute teacher sub tub so that your student papers can be graded while you are out sick.Page Nine - Answer Key for this page - Page Three - A cute little girl and her dog are on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Ten - Answer Key for this page - Page Four - A cute little boy and his kite is on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Eleven - Answer Key for this page - Page Five - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN math problems and it also includes a small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Twelve - Answer Key for this page - Page Six - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Thirteen - Answer Key for this page - Page Seven - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN AND HUNDRED math problems where the students have to round EACH number to the nearest ten AND the nearest hundred with two answer areas for each problem. It also includes a cute little schoolhouse in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Fourteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fifteen to Twenty-Six

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred Color By Number Resource2. Estimate Sums Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Using Rounding to Estimate the Sum" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - This page is a Common Core poster for your math center, or classroom with the main focus of the lesson. It can also be used as a page in your students folder to explain the "Student Goal" ~ The "Why?" we are learning this skill.

A cute little boy is on the poster that they can color and it also has the Common Core definition.

Third Grade 3.NBT.A.1

Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

Page Three - A cute little boy reading and listening to his music on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Four - An adorable, funky apple is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Five - An adorable, funky cupcake is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Six - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Seven - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Eight - A cover page stating "Using Rounding to Estimate the Sum Answer Keys" so you or a substitute teacher knows where the answer keys start. Leave it paper clipped to the answer keys you have selected for a substitute teacher sub tub so that your student papers can be graded while you are out sick!Page Nine - Answer Key for this page - Page Three - A cute little boy reading and listening to his music on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Ten - Answer Key for this page - Page Four - An adorable, funky apple is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Eleven - Answer Key for this page - Page Five - An adorable, funky cupcake is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Twelve - Answer Key for this page - Page Six - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Thirteen - Answer Key for this page - Page Seven - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.

Page Fourteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fifteen to Twenty-Six

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Estimate Sums Color By Number Resource3. Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work too.

One of my favorite uses for this cover page is to use it as a workbook cover and staple the other six pages with it, perfect for a Fast Finisher book!Page Two - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has a cute little boy and an adorable little girl on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Three - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has a cute little teddy bear reading a book and enjoying a nice warm drink in his pumpkin mug on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. Another fun idea is to have the students do the math for homework, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during their math morning work time!Page Four - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page is one of my very favorites! It has a cute little dog with his doggie bowl and a big WOOF to color too! Students solve the Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems and then use the code box to color their answers!Page Five - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has 16 Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page. When your student is done solving these problems, there is also a little girl and a fancy border that they can color for fun!Page Six - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has 16 Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page. When your student is done solving these problems, there is also a little boy in the corner that they can color for fun!Page Seven - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has 10 COMPLEX Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems. There are underlined spaces to help your students to remember and do all the steps involved with adding two 3-digit numbers. This page is perfect for an end of the week, end of the skill, assessment.Pages Eight to Thirteen - Six Answer KeysPage Fourteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fifteen to Twenty-Six - NEW FREE BONUS FILE

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Color By Number Resource4. Use Place Value to Add Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Use Place Value to Add" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - A cute little boy and his dog is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH NO REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Three - A cute little boy with his big school journal is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Four - A cute little backpack and a sign saying "Study 'till You're Nutty" is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add WITH MIXED PROBLEMS OF NO REGROUPING & REGROUPING problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Five - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH NO REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes the small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Six - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Seven - A cover page stating "Use Place Value to Add" so you or a substitute teacher knows where the answer keys start. Leave it paper clipped to the answer keys you have selected for a substitute teacher sub tub so that your student papers can be graded while you are out sick.Page Eight - Answer Key for this page - Page Three - A cute little boy and his dog is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH NO REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Nine - Answer Key for this page - Page Four - A cute little boy with his big school journal is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Ten - Answer Key for this page - Page Five - A cute little backpack and a sign saying "Study 'till You're Nutty" is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add WITH MIXED PROBLEMS OF NO REGROUPING & REGROUPING problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Eleven - Answer Key for this page - Page Six - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH NO REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes the small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Twelve - Answer Key for this page - Page Seven - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Thirteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fourteen to Twenty-Five - NEW FREE BONUS FILE

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Use Place Value to Add Color By Number Resource5. 3rd Grade Math Estimate Differences Color By Number Resource>> A newly revised Cover Sheet to turn these worksheets into a work packet. Excellent for Fast Finishers, Staggered Arrival Morning Work, or to send home for a Distance Learning booklet. See the preview pictures.>> A newly revised Common Core page, to use as a learning focus board poster or to include in a work packet. Excellent for Fast Finishers, Staggered Arrival Morning Work, or to send home for a Distance Learning booklet. See the preview pictures.>> SIX Total Pages of Student Work

NEW FREE BONUS FILE

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Estimate Differences Color By Number Resource6. Use Place Value to Subtract Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Use Place Value to Subtract" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - This page is a Common Core poster for your math center, or classroom with the main focus of the lesson. It can also be used as a page in your students folder to explain the "Student Goal" ... The "Why?" we are learning this skill.

A cute little boy is on the poster that they can color and it also has these Common Core definitions:

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

Please Note:

This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Use Place Value to Subtract Color By Number Resource

• Remediation and RTI groups

• Substitute teacher folders

• Scoot and Read the Room games

• Concentration

• Match Game

• Go Fish

• Assessments

• Fine motor skills work

• Morning work

• Emergency sub tubs

• Homework packets

• Math Night with Parents

• Math Centers Assignments

• Early morning arrival students

• After school tutoring

• Before school tutoring

• Small Group Work

• Seat Work

• Substitute Teacher Days

• Homework

• Morning Work Tubs

• Independent Practice

• Early Finishers

• Tutoring

• Indoor Recess

• And so much more!Common Core State Standards

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.1

Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.2

Fluently add and subtract within 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.

You will love how easy it is to prepare these 3rd Grade Math Addition & Subtraction Within 1,000 Color By Number Bundle for your class. My students LOVED Color By Number Worksheets and your students will too! You can dedicate one of your math centers, math workstations, as a color by number center. By changing out the skill each week, your students already know the directions for using the color by number worksheet pages. Your students will enjoy the freedom of self-based math and coloring these color by number pages while learning and reviewing important skills at the same time! These 3rd Grade Math Color By Number Worksheets Resources are perfect for assessment grades for 3rd Grade!

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*Amy Ward (TpT Seller) said: Love this resource, and all your math items. I can not wait to purchase future resources for other chapters!*

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I have no math problems on the cute little children's skin and hair, allowing your students to select any skin tone color and any hair color. The directions read, "You pick the color for any empty areas." This also allows for some creativity after their math is done by selecting additional colors of their choice for the borders and other blank remaining areas. This feature is a real hit with my teacher buyers!3rd Grade Math Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Estimate Sums Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Use Place Value to Add Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Estimate Differences Color By Number

3rd Grade Math Use Place Value to Subtract Color By Number

*The Use Addition & Subtraction Within 1,000 Color By Number Worksheets Included Are:*1. Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred Color By Number ResourcePage One - A cover page stating "Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - This page is a Common Core poster for your math center, or classroom with the main focus of the lesson. It can also be used as a page in your students folder to explain the "Student Goal" ... The "Why?" we are learning this skill.

A cute little girl and her dog is on the poster that they can color and it also has the Common Core definition.

Third Grade 3.NBT.A.1

Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

Page Three - A cute little girl and her dog are on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Four - A cute little boy and his kite is on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Five - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN math problems and it also includes a small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Six - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Seven - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN AND HUNDRED math problems where the students have to round EACH number to the nearest ten AND the nearest hundred with two answer areas for each problem. It also includes a cute little schoolhouse in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Eight - A cover page stating "Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred" so you or a substitute teacher knows where the answer keys start. Leave it paper clipped to the answer keys you have selected for a substitute teacher sub tub so that your student papers can be graded while you are out sick.Page Nine - Answer Key for this page - Page Three - A cute little girl and her dog are on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Ten - Answer Key for this page - Page Four - A cute little boy and his kite is on this solve and color page. Students solve the ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Eleven - Answer Key for this page - Page Five - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN math problems and it also includes a small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Twelve - Answer Key for this page - Page Six - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Thirteen - Answer Key for this page - Page Seven - This page has 15 ROUND TO THE NEAREST TEN AND HUNDRED math problems where the students have to round EACH number to the nearest ten AND the nearest hundred with two answer areas for each problem. It also includes a cute little schoolhouse in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Fourteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fifteen to Twenty-Six

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

Please Note:

This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Round to the Nearest Ten or Hundred Color By Number Resource2. Estimate Sums Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Using Rounding to Estimate the Sum" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - This page is a Common Core poster for your math center, or classroom with the main focus of the lesson. It can also be used as a page in your students folder to explain the "Student Goal" ~ The "Why?" we are learning this skill.

A cute little boy is on the poster that they can color and it also has the Common Core definition.

Third Grade 3.NBT.A.1

Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

Page Three - A cute little boy reading and listening to his music on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Four - An adorable, funky apple is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Five - An adorable, funky cupcake is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Six - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Seven - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Eight - A cover page stating "Using Rounding to Estimate the Sum Answer Keys" so you or a substitute teacher knows where the answer keys start. Leave it paper clipped to the answer keys you have selected for a substitute teacher sub tub so that your student papers can be graded while you are out sick!Page Nine - Answer Key for this page - Page Three - A cute little boy reading and listening to his music on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Ten - Answer Key for this page - Page Four - An adorable, funky apple is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Eleven - Answer Key for this page - Page Five - An adorable, funky cupcake is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Twelve - Answer Key for this page - Page Six - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Ten Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.Page Thirteen - Answer Key for this page - Page Seven - This page has 15 Estimate Sums - Round to the Nearest Hundred Only math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner and a funky border for the students to color.

Page Fourteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fifteen to Twenty-Six

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Estimate Sums Color By Number Resource3. Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work too.

One of my favorite uses for this cover page is to use it as a workbook cover and staple the other six pages with it, perfect for a Fast Finisher book!Page Two - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has a cute little boy and an adorable little girl on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Three - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has a cute little teddy bear reading a book and enjoying a nice warm drink in his pumpkin mug on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. Another fun idea is to have the students do the math for homework, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during their math morning work time!Page Four - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page is one of my very favorites! It has a cute little dog with his doggie bowl and a big WOOF to color too! Students solve the Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems and then use the code box to color their answers!Page Five - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has 16 Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page. When your student is done solving these problems, there is also a little girl and a fancy border that they can color for fun!Page Six - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has 16 Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems on this page. When your student is done solving these problems, there is also a little boy in the corner that they can color for fun!Page Seven - This Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Page has 10 COMPLEX Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add problems. There are underlined spaces to help your students to remember and do all the steps involved with adding two 3-digit numbers. This page is perfect for an end of the week, end of the skill, assessment.Pages Eight to Thirteen - Six Answer KeysPage Fourteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fifteen to Twenty-Six - NEW FREE BONUS FILE

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Use the Break Apart Strategy to Add Color By Number Resource4. Use Place Value to Add Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Use Place Value to Add" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - A cute little boy and his dog is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH NO REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Three - A cute little boy with his big school journal is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Four - A cute little backpack and a sign saying "Study 'till You're Nutty" is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add WITH MIXED PROBLEMS OF NO REGROUPING & REGROUPING problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Five - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH NO REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes the small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Six - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Seven - A cover page stating "Use Place Value to Add" so you or a substitute teacher knows where the answer keys start. Leave it paper clipped to the answer keys you have selected for a substitute teacher sub tub so that your student papers can be graded while you are out sick.Page Eight - Answer Key for this page - Page Three - A cute little boy and his dog is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH NO REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.Page Nine - Answer Key for this page - Page Four - A cute little boy with his big school journal is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add problems WITH REGROUPING on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Ten - Answer Key for this page - Page Five - A cute little backpack and a sign saying "Study 'till You're Nutty" is on this solve and color page. Students solve the Use Place Value to Add WITH MIXED PROBLEMS OF NO REGROUPING & REGROUPING problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.Page Eleven - Answer Key for this page - Page Six - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH NO REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes the small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Twelve - Answer Key for this page - Page Seven - This page has 18 Use Place Value to Add 2-digit and 3-digit WITH REGROUPING addition math problems and it also includes a different small, cute little boy in the corner for the students to color.Page Thirteen - Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and SuggestionsPages Fourteen to Twenty-Five - NEW FREE BONUS FILE

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

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This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Use Place Value to Add Color By Number Resource5. 3rd Grade Math Estimate Differences Color By Number Resource>> A newly revised Cover Sheet to turn these worksheets into a work packet. Excellent for Fast Finishers, Staggered Arrival Morning Work, or to send home for a Distance Learning booklet. See the preview pictures.>> A newly revised Common Core page, to use as a learning focus board poster or to include in a work packet. Excellent for Fast Finishers, Staggered Arrival Morning Work, or to send home for a Distance Learning booklet. See the preview pictures.>> SIX Total Pages of Student Work

- This adorable Estimate Differences Color By Number page has an adorable little boy with his tablet and his headset just ready to start the day and learn some great things! This page is part of the new updates to this resource, with new, cute, crisp clip art.

- This adorable Estimate Differences Color By Number page has a cute rainbow and clouds in a large open sky, that your students will love. This page is part of the new updates to this resource, with new, cute, crisp clip art.

- This adorable Estimate Differences Color By Number page has a sweet stack of books with an apple on top!

- This adorable Estimate Differences Color By Number page has a little girl in the corner, for your students to color when they are done. It has 18 problems and the directions state, Estimate, then find the difference. All of the problems are 2-digit by 2-digit subtraction only.

- This adorable Estimate Differences Color By Number page has a little girl in the corner, for your students to color when they are done. It has 18 problems and the directions state, Estimate, then find the difference. All of the problems are 3-digit by 3-digit subtraction only.

- This adorable Estimate Differences Color By Number page has an adorable little boy with an over sized pencil and he is happy and ready to start his day! This page is part of the older resource, but many of my teacher buyers loved this page so much, with many more math problems, that I left it in the resource as an added FREE bonus.

NEW FREE BONUS FILE

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

Please Note:

This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Estimate Differences Color By Number Resource6. Use Place Value to Subtract Color By Number Resource

Page One - A cover page stating "Use Place Value to Subtract" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work.Page Two - This page is a Common Core poster for your math center, or classroom with the main focus of the lesson. It can also be used as a page in your students folder to explain the "Student Goal" ... The "Why?" we are learning this skill.

A cute little boy is on the poster that they can color and it also has these Common Core definitions:

- CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.1 - Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

- CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.2 - Fluently add and subtract within 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.

A Twelve Page Letter From Me! This letter includes many ways to use Center Games, Task Cards, and Color By Number in your classroom! It is included in all six resources in this bundle, but it is the same letter.

Please Note:

This 12 page free bonus letter is NOT included in the TpT description of actual page numbers. This letter is a FREE bonus for my TpT followers! Thank you, Fern :)Click Here to See Lesson Plan Ideas for this Use Place Value to Subtract Color By Number Resource

*Weekly Homework - You can use any and all of these pages as your weekly homework review, they are completely student self-directed so you will not have any problems or concerns with parents that are unable to help their children with this assignment. Use the cover page and the common core page to bind them all together into a homework workbook! Win-Win for everyone!*• Remediation and RTI groups

• Substitute teacher folders

• Scoot and Read the Room games

• Concentration

• Match Game

• Go Fish

• Assessments

• Fine motor skills work

• Morning work

• Emergency sub tubs

• Homework packets

• Math Night with Parents

• Math Centers Assignments

• Early morning arrival students

• After school tutoring

• Before school tutoring

• Small Group Work

• Seat Work

• Substitute Teacher Days

• Homework

• Morning Work Tubs

• Independent Practice

• Early Finishers

• Tutoring

• Indoor Recess

• And so much more!Common Core State Standards

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.1

Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.2

Fluently add and subtract within 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.

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