It’s Monday, March 26, 2018, and time for **Math**** **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Recommended Website:**

(chickscope.beckman.uiuc.edu/explore/eggmath/)

**Age Range: 5-18 **(Grades K-12, with parental supervision)

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

The egg’s interesting mathematical properties are explored at this site. 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.

And here are more sites with eggs-citing activities:

HotChalk Lesson Plans Page

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! (NOTE: You’ll have to sign up as a member of Education.com if you are not already.)

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.