Are you a 2nd or 3rd grade teacher looking for a FREE Easter math activity to use this spring? Try these differentiated April math challenge worksheets!
These chocolate bunny math activities are perfect for your advanced second and third grade kids. You can use these differentiated math printables for April math centers, math homework, problem of the week, a whole class number talk, a small group math assignment, math enrichment contracts, or as an Easter center activity.
Students love the Easter candy theme, and you’ll love how engaged they are with multi-step math problem solving.
These print & go math challenges are FUN for kids and NO PREP for you!
This April math freebie includes 2 math challenge problems focused on converting ounces to pounds, finding all possible combinations, and logical thinking. Students are given three sizes of chocolate bunnies and are then asked to determine all possible combinations of bunnies that equal a given weight.
There are two leveled versions of this activity, so all students can find an appropriate challenge. Just print the two math problems front to back, have students find the most appropriate problem for them, and you’ve differentiated your instruction. (Way to go Super Teacher!)
Both Easter math worksheets also include a lined page for students to write about how they solved the problem + an answer key so you don’t have to think too hard about any of it. Just print and go!
If you’re short on time, you can even project the math problem(s) onto your screen or white board instead of using printed copies. Then have students work them out on white boards. Simply click Ctrl+L to display one of the problem pages and you’re all set.
A fun Easter math activity is ready in seconds!
Happy April Super Teacher,