Students will even enjoy playing these fun games and activities at home over the Easter break. What better way to keep their math skills up to par while they are away from math class!
By participating in these activities, students will learn how to recognize and define object attributes, hone their mathematical operations skills, and even analyze and chart the sugary bounty they gather on Easter morning.
There is no need to go hunting for fun Easter activities for your K-3 math class this year. You can simply click here to download five sweet, chocolate-coated activities that have delicious, chewy math centres.
Let’s take a peek at the activities in Zorbit’s Easter basket.
You can use the same set of eggs to play another game as well. Lay the eggs face down. One at a time, turn them face up. As soon as a student sees three eggs with a common attribute, they call out the similarity and collect all three. Whoever collects the most eggs wins!
What math-based Easter activities do you use in your classroom? We’d also love to hear about how your students enjoyed these activities. Share your ideas and experiences in the comments below.
Written By: Matt Murphy
Matt Murphy is the Educational Designer for Zorbit’s Math Adventure, a K-3 game-based learning platform for the classroom. Matt has a Masters degree in Curriculum Design from the University of New Brunswick and has over five years of experience working in educational technology as an Instructional Designer, and Gamification/Game-Based Learning Consultant.