20 Free Elephant Color by Number Coloring Pages
Coloring is a great way to keep childrenâ€™s minds active. Especially coloring creatures like elephants. On this page, youâ€™ll find a huge range of elephant images, from sweet baby elephants to majestic ones, to color along with different math activities.
5 Exciting Elephant Color by Number Coloring Pages Activities
There are five different math activities to color the elephants. Each activity contains the simplest math problem.
Try and solve each of the given problems, and then just color. So, letâ€™s jump to coloring some pages!
Our free printable elephant color by number coloring pages is such a fun activity for kids who just love all things magical! Letâ€™s not wait and start coloring!
Elephant Color by Number
Why donâ€™t we start coloring our elephants with the simplest math activity? Letâ€™s color the pages by number!
 Just count the numbers given on each part of the pictures and color according to the color code.
 For example, if any parts contain the number 1, then go to the color code and see what color is assigned to the number 1.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Add Then Color
Would it be difficult to add some numbers before coloring? No, it wouldnâ€™t. Letâ€™s add some numbers and then color!
 Just see the addition problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem to find the answer, then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 12, then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 12.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Subtract and Color
Solve some subtraction problems to color the cutest elephants.
 Just see the subtraction problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem to find the answer, then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 5, then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 5.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Multiply to Color
Are you excited to learn the magic of multiplication with coloring? How does the number increase after being multiplied by another number?
In this activity, we will do some simple multiplication to color our elephants.
 Just see the multiplication problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem, find the answer, and then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 9, then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 9.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Divide then Color
Letâ€™s end todayâ€™s lesson by solving some division coloring problems. Each of the divisions will result in some numbers.

 Just see the division problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem, find the answer, and then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 6, then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 6.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Conclusions
In the above discussion, I have presented various interesting elephant color by number coloring pages with math activities. These examples will help your students enhance their skills regarding these types of color by number activities. Enjoy coloring magical elephants with your kids!
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Lisa Lightner is an awardwinning and nationallyknown Special Education Advocate and Lobbyist who lives in suburban Philadelphia. She has or is serving on the Boards of numerous disability and education related organizations including the Epilepsy Foundation and PA Education Voters. She also has testified before State House and Senate committees relating to special education issues and education funding issues.