One-Step Equations Color by Number | TEKS 6.10A


Licensing Information
Note: Due to the digital nature of Kraus Math products, we cannot offer a refund on purchases.


6th Grade Math Color by Number: Crocs Theme (“Crocin’ It)

Color by Number Activity: Solving One-Step Equations

TEKS Aligned: 6.10A
*Questions include integers ONLY (positive AND negative whole numbers)
*All questions require one step


DIRECTIONS: Each section in the picture is numbered. These numbers correspond to question numbers on the worksheet. For example, students will solve question 1 and use their solution to determine the color they will shade all section 1’s on the picture.

-Each space in the picture is numbered 1-30 (30 total questions)
-A separate handout with the questions and a space to solve each problem is also provided
-For section 1 of the picture, students will solve #1 to determine the color of that section

Teacher Tip: I have my students solve each question and color at the end! 

-Student of the “Color by Number” Picture
-Colored key
-Handout of 30 questions
-Answer Key

-Guided Math
-Review Activity
-Math Center
-Homework Assignment
-Fast Finishers
-Student work to be displayed in your classroom!
-Individual practice
-Fun Intervention
-Sub Activity!
-Any time your students need to freshen up on their computation!

© 2020 Kraus Math LLC.  All rights reserved.

Author Rating
Aggregate Rating
no rating based on 0 votes
Brand Name
Kraus Math
Product Name
One-Step Equations Color by Number CROCS THEME (TEKS 6.10A)
USD 2.95
Product Availability
Available in Stock

Additional information


Individual License (1), Small License Package (1-5), Standard License Package (6-10 Licenses), Large License Package (11-25 Licenses)

4 reviews for One-Step Equations Color by Number | TEKS 6.10A

  1. 5 out of 5

    Baleigh Briggs (verified owner)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Buyer (verified owner)

    I really like the assignment, but there’s nowhere that mentioned there were negatives. I’m not sure about where you are, but operations with integers are not a sixth grade standard. I’ll have to save it for the end of the year when my students start to work on seventh.

    • Admin (store manager)

      Thank you for your feedback! The description says integer values (positive and negative whole numbers). We went ahead and added that definition to make it more clear. In Texas (TEKS) 6th graders learn about integers, so this aligns with Texas standards!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mayela (verified owner)

    Super cute and best differentiation piece I needed for my students. Thank you!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer (verified owner)

    The content was wonderful! Highly recommend!

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.