Collect bags of plastic eggs and make some super fun math centers for students in grades K-5. Each game can be adapted for different math levels.
1. Write problems and answers on plastic poker chips (available at the dollar store).
2. Hide the poker chips under plastic eggs halves and mix them up.
3. Students play the Memory game by picking up two egg halves. If the numbers are a match, they may keep the poker chips. If not, they cover the numbers and the next player takes a turn
SHAKE AND ROLL 1. Spray paint once side of giant lima beans.
2. Write numbers on the eggs.
3. Students place that many beans in the egg.
4. Students shake the egg, open it and roll out the beans.
5. Primary students will write down the different ways to make eight by counting how many red and white sides they see on each roll.
6. Intermediate level students will write the fractions they see with each roll.
COIN COUNT 1. Write numbers on the eggs.
2. Fill eggs with coins depending on the level of your students.
3. Create an answer sheet with the amount of money in each numbered egg.
4. Students will take an egg, open it and count the coins. They should write the number of the egg on a sheet of paper and how much money is in the egg. Then they take another egg.
5. When students are done they can check their answers on the answer sheet.
TWIST A FACT 1. Write facts on the eggs as shown.
2. Have students work with a partner as they twist one side of the egg and see how quickly they can say the answer.