To plan an Easter Egg Hunt, you definitely need math, so this is a perfect “real world” math activity to bring into the classroom!
To plan an egg hunt, you always have to get the guest list nailed down and figure out exactly how many family members will be joining us this year. From there, we have to use all kinds of multiplication and division to determine the number of eggs to hide to have enough, how much candy is needed to adequately stuff the eggs, and how much all of this going to cost.
If you can use Easter themed resources in your classroom, I put together this easy FREE No Prep activity that incorporates my Math is Real Life topic. Have your kids practice real life math skills by planning an Easter Egg Hunt! This activity requires multiplication and division of whole numbers, interpreting remainders, multi-step problems, and multiplication of decimals.
Click here or on the images to download the free activity and try it out with your kids!