Ocean Themed Addition Spin & Color

We had so much fun making the Ocean ABC Spin and color I thought it would be fun to have a math version kids can do as well! Addition is one math skill that people are always asking me to make more of.

I love that you can have a little fun during the summer with so many great themes. And I know the ocean is one theme that is always in demand.

Today I have a simple ocean addition spin and color that is a great no-prep printable to work on math.

Free Ocean Themed ABC Spin & Color - uppercase and lowercase options with 3 letters per page - #freeprintable #mathprintable #addition  #3dinosaurs

This is a great addition to the ocean printables on the site.

I like having something simple and easy for kids to use. There is three number on each page. This allows kids to work on how those three numbers combinations add up.

There is a spinner on the side of the pages. You can use a pencil and paperclip to make a spinner or you can use a clear spinners. I love the clear spinners because they are easy to use.

Free Ocean Themed ABC Spin & Color - uppercase and lowercase options with 3 letters per page - #freeprintable #mathprintable #addition  #3dinosaurs

How to use these Ocean Addition Spin and Cover

We love using the dot marker on these style of printables. I think my girls will do any math if they can use dot markers. I love the fine motor work they get with them.

Free Ocean Themed ABC Spin & Color - uppercase and lowercase options with 3 letters per page - #freeprintable #mathprintable #addition  #3dinosaurs

You can always use glass gems to cover the numbers. This makes it easy to reuse the page. I like when I can use a printable over and over.

Free Ocean Themed ABC Spin & Color - uppercase and lowercase options with 3 letters per page - #freeprintable #mathprintable #addition  #3dinosaurs

Another fun way to cover the bubbles is to use ocean counters. They are fun and easy and add more ocean theme to the math.

Free Ocean Themed ABC Spin & Color - uppercase and lowercase options with 3 letters per page - #freeprintable #mathprintable #addition  #3dinosaurs

If you are looking for more ocean addition you can check out the Ocean Themed No-Prep Math pack. It has 30 pages of addition for kids to work on.

No Prep Ocean Themed Addition & Subtraction - 30 pages no-prep printables with a mix of addition and subtraction activities plus a math center activity - 3Dinosaurs.com -  #mathprintable #addition #subtraction #noprep  #3dinosaurs


What in the No-Prep Ocean Themed Math Printables Addition & Subtraction

It is a collection of 30 pages on no-prep activities for addition and subtraction. It also includes great math center activities of roll and graph and a math fact sheet.

No Prep Ocean Themed Addition & Subtraction - 30 pages no-prep printables with a mix of addition and subtraction activities plus a math center activity - 3Dinosaurs.com #noprepmath #tpt #addition #ocean #subtraction

What you will find in these printables:

  • 30 pages of no-prep printables for addition and subtraction
  • Ocean Themed Math Fact Review Page
  • Roll & Graph Addition for 1 to 6 and 1 to 10
  • Spinner to use with Roll & Graph and math fact page
  • Price: $4

You can check out a sample of the pages here.

What you will find in the free Ocean Addition Spin and Color printables

  • 3 numbers on each page
  • They come in sets of: 123, 456, & 789
  • No-prep printable
  • 3 pages of printables
Free Ocean Addition Spin and Color - 3 mats with addtion by three numbers - 3Dinosaurs.com


Looking for more Beach and Ocean Printables and Activities check out all of them!

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About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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