# Easter Math Worksheets

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Welcome to the Easter math worksheets page at Math-Drills.Com where eggs are a matter of three-dimensional geometry and chocolate bars are broken up and used for fractions! On this page, you will find Easter math worksheets on a variety of topics including addition, multiplication and statistics.

There is a selection of Easter math worksheets on this page at a variety of levels. These Easter math worksheets should keep your students' math skills sharp and ready for more difficult tasks to come. Try using the questions on these worksheets with manipulatives. Can your students represent and add the numbers on the "Easter Eggs in a Basket" worksheets using base ten blocks? Maybe your students can use estimation and mental math to answer the questions on another Easter worksheet.

## Easter Arithmetic

• The Easter Eggs in a Basket worksheets have an additional challenge for students to identify sums greater than a certain amount. These are counted and "put into the basket."

• The Easter icon worksheets include a different Easter icon on each version (A-J) that is used as the scoring system. For example, one version includes daffodils, so students get a score, for example, of 24/25 daffodils.

• This set of worksheets include a path on each page for students to follow as they complete the questions. The path is presumably the Easter bunny looking for its basket of eggs. Students get a score at the end. There are versions for all four operations and a few mixed versions at the end.

• Easter rabbits ate some of the digits from these worksheets as they thought they were clover. See if your students can figure out what they ate.

• Think of this section as an Easter Egg hunt; maybe you'll find something, maybe you won't.

## Other Easter Math Worksheets

• Who enjoys a good math word problem? Surely the Easter bunny does! Hopefully your students will as well. The first worksheet includes 20 various topic math word problems suitable for a variety of levels. Teachers should, of course, select which problems would be suitable for their students rather than simply copying the entire set and plunking it down in front of them. For more brilliant students, however, plunk away. The second set of word problems are focused on multiplication and seem to be missing an answer key.

• This section includes decorated Easter graph paper for various math activities; a grid reference activity to help students practice or learn this important skill; and two Cartesian Art activities that are sure to challenge students. The first Cartesian art activity is all in the first quadrant, but the second one includes all four quadrants.

• The Easter Bunny left all sorts of Easter eggs lying around in different arrangements. See if you can count each group.

• Math is all about seeing patterns. These worksheets should help your young students get their minds into recognizing patterns. For the versions with mixed attributes, have students try to focus on one attribute at a time. What is happening with the size at each step? What is happening with the rotation at each step? How does the egg change at each step? Once they answer these questions, they should be able to safely determine what comes next in the pattern.

• Ah, the last section on the page. What will you find? Maybe there is an Easter egg hiding here.