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Easter Egg Fractions Activity for Kids

Your child will love this hands-on easter egg fractions that allows them to practice identifying fractions with a simple game with plastic Easter Eggs. This fun Easter Math  makes practicing fractions lots of fun for first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders. You will love this educational easter egg activity for sneaking in some learning to April with a Easter Activities for Kids.

Your child will love this hands-on easter egg fractions that allows them to practice identifying fractions with a simple game with plastic Easter Eggs. This fun Easter Math  makes practicing fractions lots of fun for first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders. You will love this educational easter egg activity for sneaking in some learning to April with a Easter Activities for Kids. 

Easter Egg Fractions

My 8 year old has been learning about fractions over the past year in his homeschool math curriculum and to add in some more hands-on practice, I created a simple Easter Egg Fractions Game. This fun fractions matching game will help your child match the numeric fraction with a pictorial representation.  It’s great for students who are visual learners, but I think this matching game will appeal to all kids learning about fractions! Use this Easter Math Activity with grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 students. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this Easter Activities for children! Use it as extra practice at home, math center in your classroom, or supplement to your homeschool curriculum. Either way this fun Easter activities for kids is sure to be a hit!

Easter Math

Gather your stash of plastic Easter eggs and a sharpie pen.

Bonus if you make this activity after Easter you can buy the plastic Easter eggs on clearance! 

write fractions on plastic easter eggs to make a fun fractions game

Easter Egg Activity

Begin setting up the activity by drawing out a picture of a fraction on the top half of a plastic Easter egg and the numeric fraction on the bottom.

So for instance, you may draw a shape divided into thirds on top and shade in two parts, and your fraction that you would write on the bottom would be 2/3.

HINT:  You can either set up the fractions to match by color to provide an element of self-correction, or you can mix and match the colors.  It is up to you!

Fractions Game

Easter Activities for Kids

Once all the Easter eggs have a pictorial and corresponding numeric fraction, invite your child over to find the matches.

Have fun with this festive Spring fractions matching activity!  You can easily adapt this activity for any math concept such as counting, adding, multiplication, division, etc!

fun fractions game for homeschool students using plastic easter eggs

Easter Activities for children

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Easter Arts and Crafts

Looking for some cute and clever easter crafts? You will love these fun ideas! Plus don’t miss Over 50 Creative Ideas To Fill Easter Eggs , our cute bunny pancakes, or our traditional bunny cake.

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Free Easter Printables

These fun activities use our free easter printables to save you on prep work!

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Easter Worksheets

Looking for free Easter worksheets or educational easter activities? Check out these resources and don’t miss our Easter  Preschool Theme or our Easter Books for Preschoolers

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Make learning fun by adding one of these engaging easter activity ideas to your Easter Theme

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Easter Science Experiments

About the author

Kristina

Kristina once thought of going into education, but changed her mind a few years in to her degree. Ironically, she now has her hands full as a homeschooling mother of four. With children of various ages from infant to 7, she shares a variety of educational and play activities for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and early elementary aged children on her blog,

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