Math and ELA Easter Egg Hunt
Are you looking for a fun and educational Easter Egg Hunt activity? I put an educational spin on the traditional Easter egg hunt 🙂 This is also a fun way to review skills students have already learned throughout the year. The best part about this product is that your duties as a teacher are a minimum!
Here are the step by step directions for this activity 🙂
Send the parent note home (it comes in both English and Spanish). It explains the activity (choose Math or ELA), the date of the egg hunt, and it asks for egg donations. Include the cards with the parent note so students can cut them up and put them inside the eggs.
I’ve included prefilled cards for Math and ELA. There is a Math recording sheet for younger grades with bigger boxes and a recording sheet for older grades with smaller boxes.
Skills included: one digit addition, double digit addition, triple digit addition, division, and multiplication.
First Grade Sight Words and Second Grade Sight Words.
I’ve also included a blank template for you to fill out as you please. You can put the skills you’d like your class to focus on and practice. Since it’s editable it can be used for any grade level .
Students will bring the eggs all ready to go for the egg hunt. Hide them in the classroom, around the playground, or field. The students will hunt for eggs and complete their problems or write their words on the recording sheet.
The student with the most GOLDEN EGG ANSWERS wins the Golden Egg! The golden egg can be found at Wal-Mart, Target, or Walgreens. It’s a bit bigger than the normal sized eggs. You can fill it up with any goodies or incentive coupons you’d like. The kids will work extra hard for that golden egg and will have a blast doing it!
I hope your little ones enjoy this activity as much as mine did! I’d love to hear your feedback. Please let me know if you have any questions! Thank you for stopping by. Have and “EGGCELLENT” EASTER 😉