# 100+ Math Art Worksheets: Fun, Creative Ways To Practice Math

Math art worksheets is a creative way to introduce basic mathematical operations, math games that incorporate the use of manipulatives, fun colorful art patterns and intriguing math problems.

Teachers & Parent – would you like your students to be more engaged in mathematics?

Have you ever struggled to teach concepts when the students were not excited about solving problems?

Then these Math Art Worksheets are for you! Math art is fun to do and it doesn’t require any advanced math skills to make it work.

### Ordinal Art – Level 1

These one page worksheets introduce ordinals. Example: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. Students color certain objects to recognize their place in a set. There is also a spelling section on each handout.

### Word and Number Form – Art Level 1

This one page, art worksheet reviews word and number forms. Students read the word form of a number and then find and color the flower that matches each answer.

Key concept: Students need to learn how to spell numbers and see both the number and word form of numbers.

### Answer, Find, and Color Place Value All Levels

This CHRISTMAS art worksheet reviews place value. Students write the correct number for each place value and then color the object with the corresponding letter.

### Greater Than and Less Than Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces greater than and less than. It uses alligators to help explain it. Students cut out alligator heads and glue the faces to show which number is bigger.

Key concept: Understanding inequalities and their symbols (<, >).

This art worksheet has students write numbers in standard form and includes a few place value questions.

Key concept: Students should be able to count, read, and write whole numbers up to 100,000, and identify the place value of specific digits in numbers.

### Basic Subtraction – Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces subtraction. The first page is basic practice and the second
page has two Answer, Find, and Color activities.

Important note: These handouts were designed to go with a short basic subtraction video which is currently located on YouTube, but can also be used alone.

This art worksheet reviews USA Currency. Students count dollars and change to calculate an amount.

Key concept: Students should be able to solve problems using different combinations of coins and bills.

### Stained Glass Money Review – Level 1

This art worksheet reviews money (USA Currency). It includes basic change, rounding to the nearest dollar, and adding and subtracting money. Each student chooses their own colors to create a unique art project.

Key concept: Understand money amounts in decimal notation.

This art worksheet reviews time. Students read clocks, count minutes, and estimate hours.

Key concept: Students should be able to tell time, and determine the duration of intervals of time in minutes and hours.

## Time Art – Level 2

This one page, art worksheet helps students practice time. Students answer the word problems, find the answers in the grid, and then shade the squares that match the answers.

These one page art worksheets have students practice reading a schedule. The schedule and picture become more difficult as the levels get higher. For example: Information is left out of the schedule and students must calculate what is missing.

These one page art worksheets review multi-digit addition. Students answer the problems, find the answers at the bottom of the page, and shade in the corresponding number in the picture. The picture is symmetric.

### Multiple Digit Subtraction – Art Level 3

This one page, art worksheet reviews multiple digit subtraction with borrowing. Students answer the
problems, and then find and shade in the square that matches each answer.

Helpful idea: Students can use different colors to create more interesting balloons.

### Answer, Find, and Color Subtraction

These one page art worksheets review multi-digit subtraction. Students answer the problems, and color in the corresponding number for each answer. Odd answers will be one color and even answers another. Questions are different but the picture is the same.

### Add and Subtract Art Level 2

This one page worksheet covers addition and subtraction. Students answer the problems, and then
find and color the cat that matches each answer. It includes borrowing and carrying.

This art worksheet has students use their prior knowledge of addition to get a better understanding of multiplication. It includes multiple choice questions, grouping, and number lines.

Key concept: Use repeated addition, grouping, and counting by multiples to do multiplication.

This art worksheet reviews basic multiplication. It includes solving multiplication with grouping, basic algebra, money, and a few word problems.

Key concept: Practice makes perfect, especially with multiplication.

### The Basics Art – Level 1

This one page worksheet covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Students choose two colors and answer the questions. After they answer the problems they color the corresponding shapes to create a picture. This worksheet can be used as a HALLOWEEN handout.

### Fill in the Blanks Art Level 2

This one page HALLOWEEN worksheet is an addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division practice page. It uses fill in the blanks to help students review. Students answer the problems, and then find and color the object that matches each answer.

These one page art worksheets review multi-digit multiplication. The problems are multiple choice to help with test taking skills. The problems are different but the picture is the same for each level.

These one page CHRISTMAS worksheets review long division. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

These one page art worksheets review multi-digit division. Students should already know long division without remainders or decimals. They answer the problems, find the answers at the bottom of the page, and shade in the corresponding number in the picture. Questions different but the picture the same.

### Multiplying and Dividing by Multiples of 10Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews multiplying and dividing by multiples of 10. It uses simple multiples (10, 100, and 1,000), and also includes a few problems with slightly more difficult ones (300 and 400).

Key concept: Students should know basic multiplication and division using multiples of ten which will help them develop better strategies for multiplication and division with larger
numbers, and estimating.

This math art page uses color shading to create a picture. Students divide by multiples of ten.
This is great practice for estimating two digit division.

Helpful idea: Use worksheet for special occasion like Mother’s Day, birthday, or thank you note. Students can fill in the empty banner.

### Answer, Find, and Shade Two Digit Long Division – Level 3

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students use long division to
solve the problems.

Student misunderstanding: Most students get lost with two digit division. Estimate the divisor
(number on the outside) to a multiple of ten, and use that number to help find the quotient (answer). Use Division Book – Level 2 pages 38 to 47 for review.

These one page, art worksheets review the four basic operations of arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). The drawing is the same but the questions and answers are different for each level

### Stained Glass Rounding Review – Level 1

This art worksheet reviews rounding. Students round to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand. Each student chooses their own colors to create a unique art project.

Helpful idea: Students should be able to color or shade in shapes neatly, but if students are struggling with the art use it as extra credit to motivate practice.

### Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1) Rounding Review with Decimals

This one-page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students will need to round each number to a specific value. They must answer all the questions but choose between shading in the odd or even numbered problems to generate one of the two different pictures hidden in the worksheet.

### Estimating – Level 1

This one page HALLOWEEN worksheet is an estimation practice page. Students estimate the problems to the nearest whole number. After they answer the problems they shade in the corresponding shapes to create a scary picture.

Key concept: Students need to understand the difference between whole numbers and decimals (pieces).

This free art worksheet reviews basic arithmetic (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) and estimation.

Student misunderstanding: Students should estimate before doing any operations. Example: 13+29 should be estimated
to 10+30=40, NOT 13+29=42 and then estimated to 40.

These one page art worksheets review adding with decimals. Students will need to line up the decimals and digits and add.

Helpful idea: Use picture as extra credit.

These one page art worksheets review subtracting with decimals. Students will need to line up the decimals and digits and subtract.

Key concept: Subtract with decimals.

These one page worksheets cover adding and subtracting decimals. Each worksheet includes basic practice and an Answer, Find, and Shade Activity.

Important note: These handouts are designed to go with a short
Adding and Subtracting Decimals Video which is currently located on YouTube, but can also be used alone.

These one page, art worksheets review multiplying decimals. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

Student misunderstanding: Count how many digits are to the right of the decimal in all the numbers before multiplying. After the final answer is calculated put the decimal back so the same number of digits are to the right.

### Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1) Division with Decimals – Level 3

Students answer all the division problems but choose which group of problems to shade to generate one of the two pictures hidden in the worksheet.

Student misunderstanding: When moving the decimal, whatever you do to the divisor you do to the dividend or whatever you do to the outside you do to the inside.

This art worksheet reviews the basic operations (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) with decimals.

Student misunderstanding: Multiplying: the total number of digits to the right of the decimal should be the same in the final answer. Dividing: cannot have a decimal in the divisor (outside number). Whatever you do to the outside you have to do to the inside.

This one page art worksheet reviews basic decimals. It includes changing simple fractions to decimals, understanding the word form, plotting decimals on a number line, and two word problems.

Student misunderstanding: Students should understand the difference between tenths and hundredths (Example: 0.4 and 0.04.) and know that 0.4 and 0.40 are equal.

### Answer, Find, and Color Decimal Review – Level 2

This art worksheet reviews decimals. It covers word form of decimals, greatest decimal value, rounding, and problem solving. Students choose two different colors and color the odd numbered problems one color and the even ones the other color.

Key concept: Students understand decimals and solve problems involving decimals.

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students find the common denominator

Student misunderstanding: Students need to know their basic multiples to find the common
denominator. It’s a good idea to practice basic multiplication facts on a regular basis.

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students find the common denominator

Student misunderstanding: Students need to know their basic multiples to find the common
denominator. It’s a good idea to practice basic multiplication facts on a regular basis.

### Answer, Find, and Shade Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators – Level 2

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students find the common denominator
to subtract fractions.

Student misunderstanding: Students need to know their basic multiples to find the common
denominator. It’s a good idea to practice basic multiplication facts on a regular basis.

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students divide fractions using the
reciprocal method and cross canceling to simplify.

Student misunderstanding: When dividing fractions change the division to multiplication and flip the fraction on the right.

## Mixed Problems with Fractions Level 1

This one-page art worksheet covers arithmetic with fractions. Students use their knowledge of basic operations to solve fraction computations.

Key concept: Students perform calculations and solve problems involving addition, subtraction, and simple multiplication and division of fractions.

### Stained Glass Estimating Fractions – Level 2

This art worksheet covers estimating fractions. Students need to estimate the mixed numbers to the nearest whole number and then solve. Each student chooses their own colors to create a unique art project.

Student misunderstanding: Estimating is something to make your life easier, so students need to estimate before trying to solve the problem.

### Stained Glass – Level 2 Comparing Fractions and Decimals

This one page art worksheet covers comparing fractions and decimals. Students circle the greatest amount in each group and then color the related shapes in the picture. Each student chooses their own colors to create a unique art project.

Key concept: Students need to be able to compare fractions and decimals and be able to visualize the size of a number.

This math art page uses shading to create a picture. Students use their factoring skills to
find the GCF.

Key concept: Factoring is the key to simplifying fractions. If a student can factor / divide then
they usually understand simplifying.

### Mean, Median, Mode, Range Level 2

This one page HOLIDAY art worksheet reviews mean, median, mode, and range. Students answer the problems, and then find and color the turkey that matches each answer.

Key concept: Students should know what each term means and how to find the solution.

### Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Mean, Median, Mode, and Range Level 2

This one-page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students will need to find the mean, median, mode, and range for each set. They must answer all the questions but get to choose to only shade in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

### Stained Glass Unit Rate – Level 2

We call this art worksheet Stained Glass. The picture is symmetrical and students choose
their own colors to create a unique art project. The worksheet covers unit rate and students answer the problems, find the numbers in the picture, and color the shapes based on the colors they chose.

Key concept: Understand that rate is a measure of one quantity per unit value of another quantity.

These one page art worksheets review adding integers. Students are given two or three numbers to add. Each level has different questions, but the picture and answers are the same.

These one page art worksheets review subtracting integers. Students are given two or three numbers to subtract. Each level has different questions, but the picture and answers are the same.

### Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1) Multiplying and Dividing Integers

These one page abstract art worksheets have two pictures hidden inside. Students are given
two or three numbers to multiply or divide. They must answer all the questions but get to choose to only shade in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures. They will be more motivated to finish because they will want to compare their work.

### Integers Multiplying and Dividing Art

These one page, art worksheets cover multiplying and dividing integers. Students pick their own colors and answer each problem. Then they find and color the character that matches each answer.

Helpful idea: Even if students have not learned about integers or order of operations you can use it as a quick introduction and then review their basics.

This one page art worksheet reviews arithmetic with rational numbers, positive and negative integers, fractions, and decimals.

Key concept: Students need to know and review their basics to progress through higher math.

### – Level 2

An alternative version of Dividing by 10’s (above). Students use the Order of Operations to
solve expressions.

Teacher misunderstanding: Many teachers like to use the phrase, “Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally,” to help students remember the Order of Operations. This is helpful, but many students then think that multiplication comes before division and addition comes before subtraction.

### Answer, Find, and Shade Integers and Order of Operations Level 2

This one page art HALLOWEEN worksheet reviews integers and order of operations.

Key concept: Understanding positive and negative numbers and the order of operations.

These one page Halloween worksheets review verbal sentences and variables. Students read the sentences (equations) and find the missing number. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

These one page, art worksheets review the distributive property. Level one has students fill in the blanks, and level 2 and 3 has them solve equations. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

These one page worksheets have students use the distributive, associative, and commutative properties to simplify expressions. The drawing is the same but the shading and questions are different for each worksheet.

This one page art worksheet reviews squares and square roots. The square roots are perfect squares so students will not have to estimate and no irrational numbers will be left over. Watch out for the decimals.

### Answer, Find, and Color – Level 1Fill in the Blank

This free winter holiday, one page art worksheet reviews basic order of operations by having students fill in the blanks to complete various equations.

Help idea: Allow students to choose their own colors so the art work becomes more personal and unique. Just shade in lightly.

These one, page art worksheets use fill in the blank questions to review order of operations and solving equations. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

Helpful idea: Use the picture to help students see patterns. If they do the worksheet incorrectly than the shape will not look correct.

This one page art worksheet reviews substitution, order of operations, and basic algebra. Students substitute the values into the expressions and solve.

Student misunderstanding:
1. Variables next to each other or a number next to

a variable is the same as multiplication.

For Example: abc = a x b x c or 2h = 2 x h

This one page art worksheet reviews substitution, order of operations, and basic algebra. Students substitute the values into the expressions and solve.

Student misunderstanding:
1. Variables next to each other mean multiplication.

For Example: abc = a x b x c
2. Be careful replacing the decimal after multiplying.

For Example: 0.6 x 0.6 = 0.36, but 0.6 x 6 = 3.6

This one page art worksheet reviews substitution, order of operations, and basic algebra. Students substitute the values into the expressions and solve.

Student misunderstanding: Variables next to each other mean multiplication.
For Example: abc = a x b x c.

These one page art worksheets review solving equations, substitution, charts, and learning real world equations. Students are given a chart and must fill in the empty spaces. Level one and two include equations to help students, but the level 3 worksheet makes students research or use prior knowledge.

### Solving One Step Equations Level 2

This one page HALLOWEEN worksheet is a basic algebra practice page. Students use addition,
subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve one step equations. After they answer the problems they shade in the corresponding shapes to create a scary picture.

Key concept: Solving variables and basic equations.

### One-Step Equations Level 2

This one page WINTER HOLIDAY worksheet covers solving one-step equations. It includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Students answer the problems and then shade in the corresponding shapes to create a picture.

### Combining Like Terms Art Level 1

This one page, art worksheet has students practice combining like terms. It includes using the Distributive Property to simplify the expressions.

Student misunderstanding: Even though a part of an expression or equation is surrounded by parenthesis, it can still be pulled apart using the Distributive Property. For example: 3(y + 4) = 3y + 12.

### Two-Step Fill in the Blanks

These one page art worksheets cover solving two-step equations. They help students visualize the process which should lead to solving equations faster.

Helpful idea: If students are confused change the blanks to a variable and solve the equation.

### Answer, Find, and Color Multi-Step Equations

These one page art worksheets review multi-step equations. Level one includes combining like terms, Level two includes The Distributive Property, and Level three includes fractions.

This math art worksheet reviews solving equations. Students answer the problems, and then find and shade in the area that matches each answer.

Key concept: Understanding that we can change equations or “move numbers and variables” as long as we do the same to both sides.

### Answer, Find, and Color Functions

These one page Scary Halloween art worksheets review solving functions. Students need to substitute the given number into the function and solve. The picture and answers are the same but the problems are different for each level.

### Level 2

This one page, art worksheet reviews solving inequalities. Students solve two inequalities and find the answer they have in common.

Student misunderstanding: Multiplying or dividing each side of an inequality by a negative number reverses the inequality sign. To prove this have students check their answers.

This art worksheet covers decimals and percents. Students look at squares and write the decimal and percent of the shaded part. In addition, there are a few find the percent of a number problems.

Key concepts: Interpret percents as a part of a hundred, find decimal and percent equivalents for common fractions, and compute a given percent of a number.

### Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1) Percent of a Number

These one page art worksheets have two pictures hidden inside. Students need to use their knowledge of percent of numbers to solve various equations. Examples: 42.5% of 59 = ?, ? % of 85 = 10, or 40% of ? = 81. They must answer all the questions but for the shading students have the
option to only shade in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

### Answer, Find, and Shade Percent of a Number – Level 3

These one page, art worksheets review percent of a number. Students need to find the percent of a number, what percent one number is of another, and find the original number when a percent is given.

Helpful idea: The two versions have the same questions, but in slightly different order and the pictures have been altered. Give half the class one version and the rest the other.

These one page art worksheets review percent of change. Students are given an original and new number and must figure out if the change is an increase or decrease and then calculate the percent of change. After solving, students find the answers in the picture and shade in the corresponding shapes.

These one page art worksheets review fractions, decimals, and percent. Problems include finding the greatest number, percent and fraction of a number, arithmetic with fractions and decimals, and a word problem.

This FREE one page art worksheet reviews Probability. It is a tribute to the 2014 FIFA
World Cup.Students read word problems and determine the probability of a certain event occurring.

Key concept: Students make predictions for simple probability situations.

These one page, art worksheets review proportions. Students find the missing value in each proportion. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

This art worksheet covers linear measurement. Students find the distance of line segments using number lines and equations.

Key concept: Students should be able to calculate the distance between two points and read, understand, and visualize numbers on a number line.

### Answer, Find, and Shade Word Problems on Distance – Level 3

This art worksheet includes word problems on distance. Students use a distant chart in kilometers to answer various questions, and convert kilometers to miles or miles to kilometers.

Important note: To shade the picture correctly students must use 1 kilometer = 0.62 miles when converting.

This one page, art worksheet reviews finding the slope from two points. Students calculate the slope using the change in x and y.

Helpful idea: When subtracting the coordinates, change the second point to its opposite.

Example: Given two points: (3 , 4);(2 , -2) – subtract
( 3 ,   4)
(-2 , +2) opposite
of the numbers
( 1 ,   6) , answer: slope is 6.

## Word Problems Art – All Levels

These one page WINTER HOLIDAY worksheets are simple words problems designed for all levels.
Note: The picture and answers are the same for each level, but the questions are different.

These one page, art worksheets review word problems. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

Can you see it?

This one-page art worksheet covers vertical and adjacent angles. Students use their knowledge of lines and vertical angles to calculate missing angles.

Key concept: Use facts about supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles to calculate unknown angles in a figure.

### Graphing / Coordinate Plane – A

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the
points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Which number is the x-axis and which one is the y-axis? Have to go into
the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it. So the first number is the x-axis (number going across).

### Graphing / Coordinate Plane – B

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the
points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Where is the origin? The origin is where the x-axis and y-axis cross.
It is also where the zero goes for both axes.

### Graphing / Coordinate Plane – C

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the
points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Which number is the x-axis and which one is the y-axis? Have to go into
the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it. So the first number is the x-axis (number going across).

### Graphing / Coordinate Plane – D

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the
points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Where is the origin? The origin is where the x-axis and y-axis cross.
It is also where the zero goes for both axes.

### Graphing / Coordinate Plane – E

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the
points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Which number is the x-axis and which one is the y-axis? Have to go into
the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it. So the first number is the x-axis (number going across).

### Graphing / Coordinate Plane – F Level 3

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the
points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Which number is the x-axis and which one is the y-axis? Have to go into
the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it. So the first number is the x-axis (number going across).

### Line of Symmetry Art- All Levels

These one page Easter worksheets use line of symmetry and art to review student knowledge. Students re-draw the second half of the shape to create the full rabbit.

Key concept: Line of symmetry is a line such that if a figure is folded about the line, then one half of the figure matches the other half.

### Answer, Find, and Shade – Level 3Distance of a Line Segment

This one page art worksheet reviews finding the distance of a line segment. Students will need to know the Distance Formula,but also can use the Pythagorean Theorem on most of the problems. The problems include line segments on graphs and two coordinates with no graph.

This one page art worksheet reviews the distance formula. Students find the distance between two points. All answers are rational numbers. This worksheet can also be used during Halloween.

Helpful idea: Students should be allowed to use a calculator.

These one page worksheets cover converting capacity. There is one worksheet for the USA
Customary System of Measurement and one for the Metric System. The drawing is the same but the questions and answers are different.

USA Customary System of Measurement

Metric System

These one page worksheets cover converting distance and length. There is one worksheet for the USA Customary System of Measurement and one for the Metric System. The drawing is the same but the questions and answers are different.

USA Customary System of Measurement

Metric System