Easter Egg Math for K-12!

April 2nd, 2012 by ClickSchooling Leave a reply »

Hi!  It’s Monday, April 2, 2012 and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

Easter and Spring Festivals are here! Eggs are everywhere in omelets to Easter baskets! Here are some fun ways to use eggs to learn math…

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Age Range: All (varies by website, with parental supervision)


The egg’s interesting mathematical properties are explored at this site that seems to be designed for students in junior high and up. Explore the symmetry of eggs, dividing eggs equally, spherical geometry, and embryo calculus to determine how many cells are in a chick and more. When you get to the site just click on the module that interests you on the menu, and a new page opens with lesson plans and activities.

Egg Math Worksheet
Print out this worksheet with elementary grades, egg-themed math word problems.

LessonPlansPage.com: Easter Egg Math
This website offers an Easter-egg-themed math lesson for Kindergartners in a classroom. It can easily be adjusted for use in a homeschool or as a family activity

Egg Carton Math
Recycle your egg cartons into a fun math game that kids of all ages will enjoy!

Egg Math Brain Teaser
Are you an egghead? Kids (grade 3 and up) will have to use their eggs to figure out the answer to this reverse cryptogram.



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