Are you studying fractions or measurement this spring and need a fun project to tie some Easter fun to a math standard?
One thing I love to do around Easter is dye Easter eggs - but goodness is that messy! Coloring paper Easter eggs with markers is just as fun and less messy!
This set of 2 math projects will get your kiddos coloring Easter Eggs and practicing math skills too.
Both the fractions and the measurement activities have a variety of ways you could have your students practice skills and standards you are covering.
*Students will create an Easter Basket and fill with Easter Eggs. There are a variety of patterned eggs. Students could write fractions about the different patterns they choose.
*Students could also write fractions about the colors of the eggs if you choose to have students only use one pattern of eggs.
*Students could order the eggs from largest to smallest of vice versa.
*Estimate lengths and measure the eggs to confirm measurements
*Measure using multiple forms of measurement (inches and centimeters)
*Measure using nonstandard units of measurement
*Compare the heights of two eggs
*Measure & Plot - use lettered eggs to create measurement data and generate a line plot
*Picture Examples & Ideas/Directions for Fraction Eggs
*Easter Basket Template
*Egg Templates for Fraction Eggs
*Picture Example & Ideas/Directions for Measuring Eggs
*Measurement Eggs template with grass template
*Clouds - Comparing Lengths and Estimating Lengths
*Eggs alone blackline master
*Grass alone blackline master (so you can copy onto green paper)
*Lettered Eggs (varying heights 2-5 inches) for Measure & Plot
*Measure & Plot activity sheet
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