Easter Egg Math Facts

Activity for ages 4 to 8.

In need of a fun new way to practice math facts? I’ve got you covered. This simple Easter egg math fact match-up is a motivating way to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication… anything. Just grab your stash of plastic Easter eggs and you’re ready to play!

Easter Egg math facts. Fun way to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication... anything!Getting Ready

To prep, I grabbed a pile of plastic Easter eggs and a black Sharpie. I wrote a math fact on the top half and the solution on the bottom. {My son was practicing addition and subtraction facts but you could really work on anything.}

Math Fact Easter Eggs

Easter Egg Math Facts

I broke apart the eggs and mixed up the tops and bottoms to make the activity a little more challenging. Then I invited my son to randomly pick out a math fact and then find its pair.

Easter Egg Math FactsOne math fact at a time, Big Brother pieced together all of the eggs. It was an easy, motivating way to practice math and put our piles of Easter eggs to good use.

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