This fun take on the traditional Easter Egg Hunt, sees Students using their problem solving skills to collect all 22 Easter Eggs! Students have to answers Maths Questions on Easter Eggs, once the have the correct answer they have to race to find the next Egg, until they have collected them all.
- Printable Easter Eggs
- Blank Easter Eggs
Students race to find their first Egg: Each egg has a top number, which is the answer to the previous question, and an equation (the numbers on the Eggs form a loop, so it doesn’t matter what number they start with)
Once they have found their first Egg, they need to complete the Maths Problem to find their next numbered Egg.
Students race from Egg to Egg, until they have all 22 numbers
They can work in pairs, or individually
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