Easter Card Activity

Materials Needed:

  • Easter Card or Picture from the Internet
  • Scissors
  • Problem Set

 

Teacher Directions:

  • Place students into groups of 2-4.
  • Find a picture of an Easter Card – or you could buy an actual card. You would need one per group.
  • Copy the card unless you bought a real one.
  • Cut the card into pieces. You need a piece for every problem you are going to have students solve. For example, if they will solve 6 problems, cut the card into 6 pieces.
  • Problem Set – You could use a worksheet or problems from student textbook.
  • As students solve a problem, give them a piece to the card.

 

Student Directions:

  • Solve one math problem.
  • Get one piece of your card.
  • Repeat the steps until you have all of your picture’s pieces.
  • Put your card together.

 

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