Coloring Pages That Combine Pixel Art & Math

Cameron Krantzman is a former teacher who developed Coloring Squared. “It is a series of coloring pages that combine math instruction in a great visual style pixel art,” he says.

Every square has a math problem and the answer corresponds to a specific color. “And so when they are finished coloring each square, they have this cool pixel puzzle when they are done,” Krantzman explains.

The math includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals and percentages, place value, and more – including advanced math topics such as regrouping, numbers and operations, geometry and measurement.

Coloring Squared offers free coloring pages including color-by-number and holiday themed coloring pages. Kids can even color some of their favorite characters from Minecraft, Angry Birds, Transformers, Nintendo, Disney Princess and more.

For more information about Coloring Squared, check out ColoringSquared.com.

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