Easter is Over, Now What To Do With All Those Eggs?

This Math Center Is One of My Students' Favorite! 
I keep this one out year round, I think it is because the eggs are so colorful. Inside your leftover Easter eggs write math facts, the problem in one side and the answer inside the other. 

For example: 11 x 1=  on one side and then 11 on the other side. 

They can play this game all sorts of ways...
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! T

This is our class favorite!

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