10 Easter Middle School Math Resources

If you are looking for Easter Middle School Math resources look no further! I have 10 fun and engaging Easter resources!

Easter Resource #1 - Mystery Graphs

There are 4 Easter mystery graphs: (1) Easter egg, (2) Carrots, (3) Easter Bunny, and (4) Easter basket. There are 2 versions for each graph. This includes (1) first quadrant and (2) all quadrants. In addition, I have added an extension activity. This is a challenging activity where students will calculate the area of the Easter Egg graph. They will break apart the composite figure into triangles, rectangles, etc.

Easter Resource #2 - Adding & Subtracting Integers with the Coordinate Plane

Students will be adding and subtracting integers to determine an ordered pair. They will plot the ordered pairs to capture six Easter eggs.

This is a fun and engaging activity that is great for any classroom learning how to add and subtract integers. It is self-assessing and students know that they need to check their work if they do not capture an Easter egg. In addition, this is also the perfect activity to review plotting in the coordinate plane!

There are 2 versions: (1) Black and White and (2) Color.

Easter Resource #3 - Area of Polygons in the Coordinate Plane Cut & Paste Activity

Students will plot points on the coordinate plane to create 10 polygons around the Easter bunnies. They will calculate the area of the polygons then glue each puzzle piece according to the area. The polygons include triangles, squares, rectangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids. In addition, there are 2 composite figures (rectangle and triangle together).

THERE ARE 2 VERSIONS: (1) First Quadrant Only and (2) All Quadrants.

This resource is great for self-assessment and looks amazing in math interactive notebooks.

Easter Resource #4 - Adding & Subtracting Fractions Baking Easter Cupcakes

Students will be solving 8 task cards that involve adding and subtracting fractions. This is a real world application activity that includes baking Easter cupcakes. Students will calculate the amount needed for cupcake ingredients by adding & subtracting fractions.

This activity is self-assessing because students will color in the Easter Eggs at the bottom of the student template page. If they do not see their answer, then they know to check their work.

This activity is perfect for 6th Grade Math, 7th Grade Math, or any other classroom learning how to add & subtract fractions.

Easter Resource #5 - Multiplying & Dividing Integers Mystery Picture

Students will solve 48 problems on multiplying and dividing integers. After solving the problems, students will draw a line from the letter to the solution. Once all the lines are drawn a mystery picture will be revealed. The mystery picture is an Easter Bunny. This resource is perfect for Easter!

Perfect for 6th Grade Math, 7th Grade Math, or 8th Grade Math classrooms learning how to multiply and divide integers.

Easter Resource #6 - X & Y Intercepts Given an Equation Mystery Picture

Students will be finding the x and y intercepts given an equation. After determining the intercepts of the equations, they will draw lines from the letter to the solution. This will create a mystery picture of an Easter Egg.

This resource is perfect for 8th Grade Math or 9th Grade Math learning about how to determine the intercepts given an equation.

Easter Resource #7 - Plotting Points in the Coordinate Plane Digital Google Slides

This is an Easter digital activity provided in Google Slides. Students will be plotting points in the coordinate plane. There are 4 mystery graphs that will be revealed after they plot the points.

Easter Resource #8 - Plotting Points in the Coordinate Plane Easter Bunny Mystery Graph

Students will be plotting points in the coordinate plane to reveal a mystery picture. The mystery picture is an Easter Bunny. There are 2 versions: (1) 1st Quadrant Only and (2) All 4 Quadrants.

Easter Resource #9 - Area of Polygons in the Coordinate Plane

In this activity, students will be helping Easter eggs find their Easter egg baskets by plotting points in the coordinate plane. After plotting points, there will be polygons around the baskets. Students will calculate the area of each polygon in the coordinate plane.

There are 2 versions: (1) 1st Quadrant Only and (2) All 4 Quadrants. Also, color and B&W is included.

Easter Resource #10 - Early Math Finishers

These early finishers are perfect for sub days, homework, warmups, or given as an assignment! They can also be used when students finish a test.

Each page comes with a word search, unscramble the words, and an activity on the bottom. The activity includes a color by code.