Easter is so early this year! I feel like I will just be getting over the leprechaun craziness, and after one blink it will be Easter. I don’t teach about the actual Easter holiday, but I like to incorporate beans, eggs and bunnies into our math and literacy centers.
Let’s start off with some of my favorite books that have bunnies, eggs or beans in them!
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- The Biggest Easter Basket Ever
- The Golden Egg Book
- Rechenka’s Egg
- The Easter Egg
- The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes
- How Many Jelly Beans?
- Here Comes the Easter Cat
- The Night Before Easter
- There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Chick
Spring is a great time to review some of the math concepts we have been practicing all year. Here is what will be in my tub this coming week.
Often, I pull out real jelly beans for the non-standard measuring math tub. That is always a big hit! These are all from the Easter Math Center Pack.
Here is what will be on tap for my Daily 5 tubs this upcoming week.
These should all be great review after coming back from our spring break. These activities all come from the Easter Literacy Center pack.
I also like to pull out the plastic eggs and fill them with goodies for the kids to complete. Click below to read more about how I use plastic eggs and grab your freebie!
I have also been on Pinterest looking for some fun ideas. Here is a board with cute crafts, freebies and much more.