I’ve been busy editing some of my spring teaching files for my store. Sitting down to type instructions and cover pages can take so much time. But, I just had to do it because my kids love, love, love our egg activities each April. With spring underway, Easter will be here before we know it so I wanted to have my eggs ready for you too. I also have eggs for language arts, but so far I only have my math ones ready for sale. Are there ever enough hours in the day? =)
I use these eggs for matching games in the month of April. I cut each egg in half and laminate the pieces. Students can
individually match the eggs in a game like Memory, or you can pass out
the pieces and have students try to find a partner with the other half
of their egg. At the end of the month, students paste the eggs together
onto construction paper, sometimes for homework practice and sometimes in class.
I have four versions!
Egg-citing Addition Practice without Regrouping: I’ve included 15
two-digit addition problems that don’t require regrouping. You’ll
receive 30 problems total because I have provided the same problems
horizontally and vertically for differentiation.
subtraction problems, and most require regrouping. You’ll receive 30
problems total because I have provided the same problems horizontally
and vertically for differentiation.
multiplication problems with factors from 2 to 12. Unlike the other
eggs, this download is all vertical.
total because I have provided the same problems horizontally and
vertically for differentiation.
Here are my cute little babies. Enjoy!
|Click here for the bundled file with addition, subtraction, and multiplication|
I hope you’re following my Facebook page because a spring freebie is on the way to those followers. I just love this weather!
Cute math units! I'm your newest follower 🙂
Buzzing with Ms. B
I love your eggs! What a fun way to practice! Thanks for linking up to the Spring Linky! So glad you did!
The Second Grade Superkids
Thanks, ladies! I'm hoping I can get the rest of them cleaned up soon. Spring break is just around the corner… =)
Christi…I love your spring ideas! I will definitely be using the egg-citing multplication practice. I am also your newest follower! Stop by my blog anytime!
One Teacher's Take
Thank you, Andrea!
Hi Christi! I joined your blog & I am looking forward to doing the Easter Blog Hunt with you!