While I love seeing the kids excited for Easter it can be a stressful time to get them to focus on their learning. How can you compete with all the excitement the Easter rush brings? Well if you can’t beat it, join it!
There are LOADS of low-cost Easter props that can make great facilitators for learning and transforming the classroom.
Why not take your math class out of the classroom and turn the ‘Case of the Egg Thief’ into an Easter Egg Hunt. All the props used in this post were sourced from K-Mart or the Dollar Shop.
Add some Easter check points for each of the five clues and scatter some egg wrappings to set the scene. Students collect a clue worksheet at each checkpoint to complete. They can only move to the next clue checkpoint after showing that they have discovered the clue from that worksheet.
P.S: Someone’s got to create that wrapper trail. Let’s face it, we all know who the real Egg Thief is!
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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