Easter Craftivity - Math Review
Get your students reviewing their number sense concepts with this totally egg-cellent Easter themed craftivity.
There are 6 different concepts to review for this activity: multiples, factors, prime and composite numbers, prime factorization, equivalent fractions, and converting fractions to decimals and percents. When students complete the math portion of each panel, they will then decorate the egg.
This resource contains options for two different sizes of eggs – one on full sheets (great for display in a larger area), and one on half sheets (great for smaller display areas and saving paper). To save on ink, print the style that fits the needs of your students (or print both and let your students choose). Students will finish the math activity and color and decorate each egg panel (6 pages in total) before assembling the finished trees (assembly instructions on next page).
I have also included a blank template – you can add your own questions to fit material you want to review with your students. You could also use the blank template as a cover page in case you want to assemble your eggs into a book format, rather than a 3D craftivity.
An answer key and rubric are also included in this resource.
Completed eggs are a fabulous way to decorate your classroom before Easter, and then can be sent home to make a beautiful table centerpiece for Easter dinner.
You have three different options for printing (you want your eggs to be sturdy enough to stand on their own):
- Print on white construction paper
- Print on cardstock
- Print on regular paper, then glue onto construction paper and cut out around the egg shape
For easier completion, be sure students complete each page
BEFORE they assemble (cut and glue) the egg.
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