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Easter Lesson Resources

Welcome to our next Seasonal Activity, which is designed to be a topical, fun and active Easter Egg Hunt!

Each year group has 15 Easter-related maths questions, and each question is on a separate page. These are printed off and displayed around the playground, hall, classroom or school field.

The children work in pairs and visit each question, recording their answers on the answer sheet provided.

In Reception, the children need to count the items in each egg.

In Year One, they add or subtract the items in both eggs each time.

From Year 2-6 there are various age-related maths questions to calculate and answer.

As an Easter activity, it could be a great opportunity to invite parents in to join in and see how the children calculate and work in an active maths situation.

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