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Egg Carton Multiplication
If you’re looking for more math games, here’s a fun way your students can practice multiplication facts with only a Ping-Pong ball and an empty egg carton. Help your students bounce their way to multiplication success.
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Egg Hunt Review
Students create multiple choice or fill-in-the-blank review questions for all subjects. Parent volunteers stuff plastic eggs with these questions and hide them outside. Students work with a partner to find the eggs and answer the questions.
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Egg-citing Egg Math
Ms. Shackelford cuts egg cartons into ten holes to estimate, count, tally, and sort plastic eggs. Learn how she extends this lesson to the grocery store and helps her students become savvy shoppers. She culminates her egg unit with an egg hunt.
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Milk Carton Creations
I save empty milk cartons to use for other projects. When Easter comes, I cut the top off the box, cover it with a strip of colored paper that is 2 x 11, attach a handle made from a pipe cleaner and i...
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Recycling Paper Egg Cartons
It's easy to recycle paper egg cartons. In the spring, cut the egg container apart into separate cups and clip them all until they have four points. Have the children paint them, put a pipe cleaner...
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Teacher Egg Hunt
A teacher Egg Hunt (plastic eggs filled with candy) at a faculty meeting is a great tension breaker. Prizes can be given for finding the Lucky Egg or for finding the most eggs. Teachers play as hard a...
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