Spring has sprung, and with it comes a burst of fresh energy in the classroom! So as we bid farewell to the chill of winter, it’s time to infuse your math lessons with fresh and engaging spring addition activities. I’m thrilled to announce our latest collection of spring-themed math resources, especially crafted to engage learners from K to 5. Let’s embark on a math journey filled with blooming flowers and chirping birds!


Whether you’re looking to add a sprinkle of seasonal fun to your lessons or dive deeper into essential math concepts, we’ve got you covered. Explore our spring articles packed with math freebies that will captivate your students’ imagination while reinforcing key skills


Early learners in kindergarten and first grade are introduced to and practice new addition facts for most of the school year. Students learn these new facts for mastery and to strengthen their ability to instantly recall math facts. Spring Addition Activities for Kindergarten are crucial and are essentially building blocks. I love incorporating these sorts of activities in my classroom!


But why is this so important? For students to grow and develop as mathematicians, they must first master basic facts. Learning these facts will create fluency and set the foundation for high level thinking that is needed for subtraction, multiplication and even division.

There are so many different activities and ways for students to practice addition fluency, but I have found that many students love to do so through color by number activities. Plus, activities such as this are also perfect for hand-eye coordination as well as fine motor skills. 

Little hands won’t realize how much they are actually learning while they work their way through  a color by number activity. Try it out in your classroom this Spring by clicking here. Students will use instant recall to work their way through this adorable frog coloring page FREEBIE.

If you love this activity, then there’s more where that came from! I love using this activity for more ways to practice addition and help my students master facts in the classroom. Plus it’s little prep for me. What’s better than that?

Happy Students and Happy Teacher. 

Students will be engaged while coloring addition facts by code (Spring style). I love to use this addition activities during small groups, math centers and even enrichment time. 

These Spring Activities for Kindergarten and First Grade are versatile, as well as perfect for morning work, homework, small group enrichment centers, and partnered work. Plus . . . a fun and engaging resource for your students and no-prep for you!

You can always Count on Tricia for engaging math resources that your students will love, and some that might just turn a few of your students into math lovers after all.



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