teaching resource

# Dot Day Multiplication and Division Color By Number

• Updated:  30 Aug 2023

Integrate Dot Day concepts into your math lessons with printable Dot Day Multiplication and Division color-by-number worksheets.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

teaching resource

# Dot Day Multiplication and Division Color By Number

• Updated:  30 Aug 2023

Integrate Dot Day concepts into your math lessons with printable Dot Day Multiplication and Division color-by-number worksheets.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

Integrate Dot Day concepts into your math lessons with printable Dot Day Multiplication and Division color-by-number worksheets.

## What is International Dot Day?

As the world gears up for International Dot Day, creative minds from all corners of the globe are getting ready to observe this special day. Teachers are set to motivate and encourage their students to explore their creativity through fun and engaging art tasks in classrooms worldwide.

Based on the book The Dot, by Paul Reynolds, International Dot Day inspires young learners to be creative and use their inventiveness to create works of art. This day offers an excellent chance to get creative, and it blends well with number sense activities that make math fun!

The best part of Dot Day is celebrating it across the curriculum! In this worksheet, your students will solve a mixture of basic multiplication and division facts and then color an abstract circle art picture using a student-made color key—a fun take on a traditional math practice.

It’s a perfect way to blend your math lessons into International Dot Day classroom celebrations.

## Versatile and Fun Multiplication and Division Practice

In addition to individual student work time, use this color-by-number activity as a

• Math center activity
• Math Warm-up activity
• Brain Break
• Fast Finisher activity
• Homework assignment

Fast finishers can create their own dot day artworks on the back of the page and turn them into color-by-number activities themselves!

Support students who need more help can use a printable multiplication chart displayed in the classroom or on their desk plates.

## How To Prepare This Resource

Print each student a copy of the worksheet. Provide them with a pencil and coloring supplies. Go over the directions, and they’re ready to go!

This resource was created by Lorin Davies,  a teacher in Texas and Teach Starter Collaborator.

Need More Dot Day Activities?

Before you go, make sure you check out the Dot Day Collection. You might find just what you need to bring your lessons to life.

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