Egg-cited for Easter!

I've used plastic Easter eggs in my classroom for many learning activities over the years.  This year, I came up with a fun twist on a traditional idea.  Check out the pictures and FREEBIE recording sheet below!  I think your students will be very EGG-CITED about this fun and engaging math activity.  =)
To download the FREE student printable and teacher directions, click HERE!
Here is an example of a completed recording sheet:
Hint: You can actually write on more than one side of the egg, so you can create multiple problems on the same egg!  Yay!  I had to share the following picture of my sweet kitty cat helping me.  Plastic Easter eggs are actually quite difficult to photograph, especially when a certain cat is batting them around the house!  :)
Have fun and Happy Easter from TheHappyTeacher!


  1. Thank you for the super cute freebie. I love it! I'm working on some egg themed math pages for my math tubs too. :)

    First Grade Wolves

  2. I just downloaded this on your TPT store and came to look at your blog and fell in love! I'm your newest follower! Thank you so much for this engaging activity!

    Jungle Learners