These Easter math centers are filled with fun, hands on activities to help kids build their numeracy skills. They are suitable for Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten.
Numbers and Counting
I love these math activities because they are so easy to differentiate learning for your students. You can choose counting and number activities up to ten, twenty or thirty!
Preparation – Begin by printing and laminating the resources for added durability. Next, read the math center instruction card associated with each activity. Then grab the materials you need.
Most of the materials you need are easy to find. You’ll need a few basic math tools such as popsicle sticks, counters, links / paper clips and dice. I’m a bit obsessed with the cute bunny mini erasers that I ordered from eBay – they are so cute for Easter math activities!
Addition, Subtraction & Measurement
In addition to counting activities, the kids can also play some addition and subtraction games. I’ve included recording sheets too, so the kids can write the sums. There’re also some fun measurement cards for kids to use with non standard units such as cubes, counters and links.
The position words clip cards can be used on their own. But I like to model the position of the egg in real life too. To do this, simply grab a basket and a plastic egg. Then look at the position of the egg on the card and act it out.
Colors, Patterning and Shapes
Easter math is so much fun! I find the kids always LOVE using the colored plastic eggs. Over time I’ve collected plastic eggs of various sizes, including mini eggs. I’ve found these really useful for sorting and patterning activities.
You can see a few more of the math centers below. The bunny color sorting mats are a really versatile resource. They can be used with plastic eggs, colored counters, pom poms or the printable egg cards (included). The patterning cards are fun to use with either the mini plastic eggs or printable egg cards.
The pom pom mats are a fun way for kids to learn to match colors, whilst developing their fine motor skills. I usually get the kids to pick up the pom poms with tweezers.
I also LOVE the cute shape mats! These can be used with playdough or erasable markers. They’re a fun way to help kids identify 2D shapes.
All of these fun activities are included in the one pack, it’s great value and sure to be fun for years to come!
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