This Easter Basket Craftivity comes with 3 Math options for Sorting, Addition, or Subtraction.
*Sorting: Help the Easter Bunny sort his eggs into two baskets.
*Addition: The Easter Bunny gave me a basket. I have __ eggs. I have __ jelly beans. How many treats do I have in all? (Number bond and addition sentence)
*Subtraction: I went on an Easter Egg Hunt. I found __ eggs. But __ eggs fell out! How many eggs are left in my basket? (Egg number bond and subtraction sentence)
*Easter Bunny question for sorting (color)
*Template for sorting into two baskets (B&W and color)
*Template for addition problem (B&W and color)
*Template for subtraction problem (B&W and color)
*Graph your eggs (B&W)
*Egg templates in ten frames - solids, patterns, mixed eggs (B&W and color)
*Jelly bean template in ten frames (B&W and color)
*Print the templates on white or colored cardstock/construction paper and let the kids color in the baskets or kids can cut out the baskets and glue them onto a different colored background.
*Print the egg templates on white and let the kids color them or print them on different colored paper.
*Templates may also be printed in color and kids can cut out the mixed variety eggs and jelly beans.
*For grass, cut out 1 inch strips of green cardstock/construction paper and have the kids make small cuts in them. Glue the strips to the bottom of the paper. Another option is to glue Easter grass to the bottom of the paper.
Give students between 10-20 eggs depending on what skill you are working on. Number bonds will help reinforce composing/decomposing of numbers. Depending on the level of your child's fine motor skills, kiddos can cut out the squares or cut around the shapes.
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