Plastic eggs are useful for more than just Easter egg hunts! Check out this blog post and its 12 activities using plastic eggs. These help make learning more fun and enjoyable for kids!

Last year one of my third grade teaching partners had a great idea for a fun way to practice multiplication facts! We had an egg hunt where students matched eggs based on different multiplication fact

Have leftover plastic Easter eggs? Turn them into FUN and engaging math activities for your Kindergarten classroom. There's DIY activities plus FREE recording sheets. Practice addition, subtraction, tally marks, base ten, number order, one-to-one correspondence, and MORE using bright and colorful eggs!

Easter count and order numbers 1 to 50

Go grab this FREEBIE so you can do this fun spring activity with your class! You need plastic eggs and small colored candies or beads to do this number bond activity.

Easter Basket Math Challenge (printable) This open-ended math challenge is fun for kids of all ages! Perfect for spring, kids fill up the basket with eggs that are equal to the target number. Change the number to practice again and again!

A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Plastic Eggs Math And Literacy Centers!

Easter Egg Math Facts - Playdough To Plato

Easter egg math makes a great math center, from preschool through upper elementary. So many skills to practice: Number sense, addition, and more!