# 10+ Free Ocean Color by Number Pages | Math Activities

In this article, I’ll discuss how to teach your youngster coloring and basic math activities using Ocean animals. You will find some fun color by number pages of ocean animals. Coloring these pages will help develop children’s fine motor abilities.

** Coloring** is a great way for kids to strengthen their hands, fine motor skills, and drawing skills. By utilizing these abilities, we set up our kids for longer-lasting writing.

That’s why I am thinking about doing some exciting activities with kids.

**5 Exciting Activities of Coloring Ocean Animals by Number**

Our kids are so naughty, Right? Parents are facing many problems trying to teach their children. **Color activity** is enjoyable for them to draw their attention.

So parents can play the game of color to teach them numbers.

**Color the Big Blue Whale with Number**

- Ask them
**to count all the numbers**given. - Now
**color the blue whale**according to the numbers. - For example, the color code 1 is dark blue, and the children will color that part according to the number given. Trust me, that is quite easy for our champs.

**Swordfish Addition Coloring Game**

Have you seen a swordfish? Even the wise fisherman Santiago needed 3 days to catch that monster. Swordfish is not only one of the fastest fishes but also one of the most magnificent ones too! So color this great marlin fish and make it more beautiful. But wait! we need a little bit of math addition game to color it. Let’s go!

- First look at the drawing of the fish. There are some simple addition maths written all over it.
- Now solve those addition maths. You will see, for each solution, there is a color code mentioned in the paper.
- Here comes the most fun part! color the swordfish according to the color code. For example, I want to color the fin of the swordfish. To do that, I need to solve the addition math which is “3+4=7”. Now I will look for the color for number 7. And it is white as given in the paper. So I will give those fins fine white shades.

**Color the Shark by Subtracting**

- Give them a worksheet with many subtraction problems written on it.
- They solve the problems.
- Then, write the answers.
- After that, they will find the color according to the answers and color that part.
- For example, if the problem written on the tail is “7-3” that answer will be 4. The students find the color 4 which is black.
- Finally, they will color the tail black.

**Let’s Find the Product!**

- Now, it’s time to do some multiplication.
- Give them a sheet with a lot of multiplications.
- Solve and write the products.
- After that, they will find the color according to the answers and color that part.
- For example, if the problem written on the tail is “7*3” that answer will be 21. The students find the color 21 which is blue.
- Finally, they will color the shell blue.

**Divide Then Color**

- Give them a worksheet on division.
- Solve the problems and write the answers.
- After that, they will find the color according to the answers and color that part.
- For example, if the problem written on the tail is “26*13” that answer will be 2. The students find the color 2 which is black.
- Finally, they will color the tail black.

**Download Free Printable PDF**

Children love colors, so they want to draw all the time.

While others may find enjoyment in practicing these numbers, many students find them difficult. Kids can easily practice ocean color by number as many times as they like because the PDF sets contain many exercises. We are providing this free interactive PDF for students in grades 1 to grade 3.

Download the attached PDF and have fun playing with the children. These ocean color by number pages game helps kids with numbers.

Enjoy!

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