Looking for something math-y to do this week? I’ve got a fun activity to share!
Call me goofy, but don’t you just love those little plastic Easter eggs that are EVERYWHERE right now? They’re inexpensive, come in all kinds of colors and designs, and are just plain fun—so I had to find some ways to pair them with learning! I’ve got a few things in the hopper (unfortunately down to the wire with Easter just a week away), and am hoping to crank them out in the next day or two. I finally sat down today to finish at least one. Here it is—the Easter Egg Math Challenge!
With this math problem-solving EGGStravaganza, learners solve story problems, then check inside a matching plastic egg to confirm their answers! Simply copy, cut, and tuck the answer slips into 8 plastic numbered eggs—it’s ready to go! It includes 8 higher-level math questions, and I’ve also included blank question and answer templates so that students can write their own questions too!
I use this as a math center, and put all the answer eggs in a cute little Easter basket and the student recording sheets nearby. My kiddos LOVE this activity, and the simple peeking into the eggs to see if they’re right! It’s a great review of math concepts such as elapsed time, area & perimeter, number patterns, multi-step operations, and more! A fun math center, partner activity, or whole group review. It’s math critical thinking combined with Easter basket fun! Hop on over to TPT to check out the preview!