Looking for a simple, fun and great way to use up all those plastic eggs from spring celebrations?! I found some really discounted ones and bought a bunch because I saw a great idea on pinterest-and the students are LOVING it! :) What you'll need is a sharpie, and the eggs- that's it!! All you do is seperate the eggs and write a math problem on one end, and the answer on another. The kids can time themselves to practice their math facts and see how long it takes them to match them up. In our classroom I did multiplication, but you could use addition, subtraction, even division (whichever facts you think would most benefit your child). I also color coordinated them so they could easily find the ones they were practicing. For a real challenge you could make it so the colors don't match at all, or if you don't have all the sets of eggs you can put extras in to make it really hard! Here is a photo of our class set.
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Have a great week and let me know if you have any questions!