Valentines Day color by number printable sheets are free and so fun for kids. Addition and multiplication math problems for easy children or older students.
Our free Valentine’s Day color by number sheets are here! Use them in the classroom if you’re a teacher or just at home for a party. Either way we love free printables for kids during the holidays. This is just one of the color by number free printables we have on our site for you. (affiliate links present)
Valentines Day Color by Number
We have a lot of free printables beyond these color by number worksheets on The Typical Mom blog. Why? Because I used to teach Kindergarten, then second grade and I loved finding freebies that helped my wallet stretch. You see many times the “extras” are on the leader to pay for if the district funds are low (many times they are).
Then when I became a mom I was (am) super frugal so any and all free activities for kids were wonderful to find. Coloring is always fun whether you have a Preschool age or even middle schooler. I mean they even make adult coloring books so clearly it’s for all ages.
You can print both of the pages we offer or just one of them that you like. I will show you how to get just one of them here.
So if you only want this envelope color page let’s say you would click on the link below and let that pop up in a new window. Then instead of hitting the printer button, go to file on your computer and hit print.
It will be shown like this. Now switch all pages to custom and choose the numbered page you want. Then how many copies to print.
Valentines Day Coloring Pages
Time needed: 5 minutes.
Valentines Color by Number
You can click this link and print both color by number Valentine’s Day pages. If you only want one of them though I have a screenshot of how you do just that above. Follow those directions to choose a specific page or just click the printer icon at the top right of your screen to get all of them.
We have a cute letter with a heart as well as this cupcake you see below. One fun Valentines Day page is easier with addition and subtraction.
The other offers multiplication problems for older kids. They both are great for practicing number recognition and color recognition. You just have them color by code at the top.
Color by number math worksheets
It’s a fun way for kids to create a beautiful picture and practice their fine motor skills at the same time. Great for kids of all ages it’s a cute Valentines day themed activity they could fold into a card and write on the blank backside too.
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