math and Literacy fun!

Easter

clipart by: Scrappin’ Doodles unit by: Sarah @ www.akindergardeninbloom.blogspot.com

operations eggs-perts: How to play
1. Students shuffle and place game cards in a pile (or in a can, how some like to play)! 2. player draws a card and solves the problem using the number line or egg manipulatives and math mats. 3. If player has that number on his or her gameboard, he or she marks it off with a plastic Easter egg half (or other marker) 4. First player to cover gameboard wins! *Use blank game cards and gameboard to differentiate for your students.

I can...
Pick a card.
3+4

Solve the problem. Mark the number.

3+4=7

game cards: print on cardstock, laminate and cut out

4+5

3+4

8+2

6+3

5+3

7+2

2+5

9+1

game cards: print on cardstock, laminate and cut out

4+4

2+2

3+3

2+3

1+2

4+2

5+5

4+1

game cards: print on cardstock, laminate and cut out

10-2

8-3

9-5

7-5

6-3

5-2

4-2

3-2

game cards: print on cardstock, laminate and cut out

10-5

8-4

9-2

7-1

8-6

9-8

10-3

6-2

game cards: Blank cards for you to program!

Egg Addition Mat

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Egg Subtraction Mat

Egg manipulatives: Print on cardstock, laminate, and cut out for use with math mats.

Egg number line: Print on cardstock, cut out, glue together at tab, and laminate

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

operations eggs-perts gameboard 1

7

8

3

10

5

9

operations eggs-perts gameboard 2

6

4

10

9

7

2

operations eggs-perts gameboard

Name __________________________

operations eggs-pert =

Roll two dice to get the numbers for each operation. Remember the bigger number goes first. Solve the operations using your eggs-pert strategies.

+

=

+

=

-

=

+ +

= =

-

= =

Name __________________________

operations eggs-pert

Solve the operations using your eggs-pert strategies.

5 + 3 = 7 + 2 = 6 + 4 = 3 + 4 =

8 - 5 = 9 - 4 = 7 - 3 = 6 - 4 =

Name __________________________
Ask ten different people the question. Record their answer by placing a tally mark in the right box. Graph the results and analyze the data.

Easter ask and graph graph data
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 yes no

collect data
Do you like to eat chocolate bunnies? yes no

analyze data
totals: yes ____ no ____ More people said: yes no

Name __________________________
Ask ten different people the question. Record their answers by placing a tally mark in the right box. Graph the results and analyze the data.

Easter ask and graph graph data
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 yes no

collect data
Do you like to eat jelly beans? yes no

analyze data
totals: yes ____ no ____ More people said: yes no

Jellybeans sorting mat

Jellybeans graph
purple orange yellow green blue pink 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Jellybeans graph
purple orange yellow green blue pink 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Name __________________________

Name _______________________

Jellybeans Data
Totals blue ____ orange ____ purple ____

green ____

yellow ____

pink ____

I had the most: ______________

I had the least: ______________

Measuring eggs-pert
1. Print eggs on cardstock, laminate, cut out. 2. provide students with eggs, recording sheet and units to measure each egg. I will be using pennies. You could also use Easter jelly beans, paperclips, pony beads etc. 3. Have students measure each egg and color an egg on the recording sheet to match. They record the measurement next to the egg.

I can...
Pick an egg. Measure the egg. Color an egg and write the number.

4 __

Name __________________________

measuring eggs-pert

Measure each egg. Color the egg to match and write how many units tall the egg is.

_____

_____

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Choose a game piece and roll a die to see how many spaces to move. The first player to get Rabbit to his friend Chick wins!

go back 1

Finish

jump ahead 2 go back 1

jump ahead 2

Start

Easter Teen Number Ten frames Memory game
1. Print on cardstock, laminate, cut out individual cards. 2. Students place all cards face down. 3. Player flips over two cards. If they are a match (both represent the same number), the player keeps the cards. If not, he or she flips the cards back over. 4. The game ends when all the cards are gone, and the winner has the most pairs.

11 14 17

12 15 18

13 16 19

Name __________________________ at = brown and = yellow is = green of = blue be = pink is and is of is at
an d of
at

Color by sight word

be is be and

at at at

at at at

at at at

at at at at

at is is

an of d

is

be

Name __________________________
they they

Color by sight word
can = yellow my = pink you = green that = blue they = gray

my

my

they

you can
they

can you

you that my that that you my that

they

they

my can my

you can you you you

you

they

they

can my

sh eep

ch ick

Print on cardstock, laminate and cut out. Cut eggs on zig-zag line. Kids put the words together puzzles are self-correcting!

ch urch

sh irt

wh ale

ch eetah

Print on cardstock, laminate and cut out. Cut eggs on zig-zag line. Kids put the words together puzzles are self-correcting!

sh ark

wh eel

Name __________________________
After completing the puzzles, choose one word that begins with each digraph to write and draw.

ch sh wh

sight word eggs-perts
1. Buy plastic Easter eggs. 2. Use a sharpie to program the eggs with numbers 1-8. 3. Fill each egg with letter tiles to spell a sight word you want the kids to practice. If you don’t have tiles, print and cut out the letters I included on the next page. 4. Give children the included recording sheet and “I Can” page to complete the center!

use these letters to put inside of eggs if you don’t have any letter tiles!

c p a a t w

a l n t h i

n a d f e t

a y o i r h

t s f n e t

h a g d f h

e i e g o a

y d t o r t

I can...
Pick an egg. Spell a word.
2

c a n

Write the number and the word.

2

can

Name __________________________

sight word eggs-pert

Open one egg and spell a sight word using the letters inside the egg. Find the number on the egg you opened and write it on an egg on your sheet. Record the word you made next to that egg.

short vowel sort

Print baskets and eggs on cardstock, laminate and cut out. Students say the word on the egg and put them in the correct basket

u

short vowel sort

a

e

short vowel sort

i

o

fish

pig

box

frog

dog

sloth

sun

bus

apple

hat

cat

bag

red

desk

bell

chick

My Easter Traditions by: ______________

////////////////////////////////////////// Every Easter... ////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////

How to Have an Easter Egg Hunt by: _________________ First,_________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Then,_________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Next,________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Last,_________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

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