The following post is from Homeschool Classroom founder, Angie Kauffman also of Many Little Blessings and Catholic Printables Online:
I’m really excited to share today’s printable for two reasons. My first reason for excitement is that this is a free printable Easter math activity and it comes in four variations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
My second reason for excitement is because of the copyright credit on the printables. It not only has The Homeschool Classroom’s URL listed, but it also has another web address listed, which is for the site Real Life at Home, which is the future (sometime soon!) new home of The Homeschool Classroom. Homeschooling doesn’t happen in just a compartmentalized little section of our lives, does it? It’s a whole lifestyle.
Okay, so don’t worry. We’ll talk more about that later. But, I wanted to give you a little heads up, since I listed it on the printable. That way, I don’t have to change any of the information on the printable later (though this web address will just forward there when the time comes). Let’s just talk about the printable right now.
On each of the different sheets, you’ll find simple math problems that will help kids know which color to fill in for each number in the picture. When the complete the picture, they’ll find the religious-themed Easter picture above.
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Even though the packet contains four pages, it’s the same picture for each page. This was just to allow kids of different math abilities to all be able to do the same activity. You’ll download all of the pages in one packet, but then only print what you need.
Download the Easter Math Activity: Crosses Mystery Picture Printables*
*If you are having clarity issues with the printable (especially if you are using Mozilla Firefox as a browser), please right click on the download link and choose “Save Link As” and download the document to your computer. Then, open it from your computer, rather than through your web browser’s PDF viewer. Another option is to just try to open the printable in a different web browser (such as Google Chrome). Thanks!
|Angie, a domestically challenged nerd, can be found writing at Many Little Blessings about life between loads of laundry. She is also the founder of The Homeschool Classroom, Catholic Printables Online, and Catholic Mothers Online. Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBooks, loves Pinterest, begrudgingly uses Google+, and occasionally sleeps.|
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SHERILE BEARDMORE says
Thank you for the activities for our children. They are the future and need to be taught to live in the Lord.