Easter Egg Basic Fact Game
Inside your leftover Easter eggs, write math facts, the problem on one side of the egg and the answer inside the other side.
For example: 12 x 9= on one side and then 108 on the other side.
They can play this game all sorts of ways...
My last class loved this game.
1. Play alone, just matching up facts
2. Play with a partner, just matching up facts
3. Play with a partner or alone, turning all the half-eggs upside down and using it as a match game. Turn over two egg halves of the same color to try to make a match!
Larger Easter Egg Game
Place three dice inside one of the larger, candy-filled, clear eggs and the students can use it for a math center to...
1. Order numbers, greatest to least or least to greatest
2. Addition of three numbers
3. Multiplication of three numbers
4. Calculator activities.....add 3 numbers or multiply 3 numbers, etc.....
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