This is a great hands on activity to do with students around Easter. Before school, I hide 100 plastic eggs of different colors on the playground. During math class, we go outside to find the eggs and bring them back inside. We determine how many of each color egg we have found and color the eggs on page 1 to match. Then, students use that information to answer the questions on page 2.
There is no candy in the eggs but I do promise to give students a piece of candy afterwards if they do a good job.
If students do not find all 100 eggs, have some back ups to make sure there are 100 when answering the questions.
If you cannot find eggs of the exact colors used in this file, use white out and change the colors to suit your needs before copying.
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