Sunday, March 17, 2013

Math Egg Hunt

  Have some fun reviewing math problems (or really any skill). For this activity, type or write out as many questions as you want to use.  Be sure to number each of your questions (#1, #2, #3, etc.).  Then, place one question inside a plastic egg.  Write the number of the question on the outside of the egg.  This makes it much easier for students to know if they have already solved that problem.  Students are to "crack" the egg open and solve the problem inside.  Students can write their answers on the Egg Hunt Answer Sheet (download below).  Have students place the question back inside the egg, place the egg where they found it and continue until they have answered all of the questions.  For added fun, I hide my eggs outside as long as the weather cooperates!  This is always a spring hit among my students!

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a great way to make routine skill type practice a lot more fun!