These cute little eggs are perfect for spring! I use these eggs for matching games in the month of April.
I've included 20 random double-digit division problems with remainders. I consider these mostly medium-difficulty problems, with a few harder ones sprinkled in. See the preview for examples.
I cut each egg in half and laminate the pieces. Students can individually match the eggs in a game like Memory, or you can pass out the pieces and have students try to find a partner with the other half of their egg. At the end of the month, students paste the eggs together onto construction paper for homework.
If you have your students cut them out, they are print and go activities. Can't beat that!
*Look for other versions of this same cute activity in my Math shop.*
I am a proud 2004 graduate of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. I majored in elementary education and minored in counseling psychology. Since then, I've completed my master's degree and earned my All-Grades Reading Specialist License. I have taught third grade in Indiana for eight fabulous years. Reading and writing are my favorite subjects, but I love creating hands-on math lessons too. I strive to inspire my students to become critical thinkers and lifelong learners. Teaching is so much fun!
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