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Free Printable Easter Math Worksheets for Kids

It's the time of bunnies, decorated eggs, sweets, spring beauty and some more sweets. While its difficult to get kids' mind off the Easter goodies, mommies all around are wondering how to get the little tykes to study. Well, worry not ... read moreas what you will see ahead is a wide range of Easter Math worksheets! Just print it and take your kids on an Easter-ful Math ride. read less
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Auditions

4.3 of 5

Numbers

Team Work

4.090909 of 5

Numbers

Number Pyramid

3.6 of 5

Subtraction

The race

4 of 5

Length

Maggi Mania

4.523809 of 5

Multiplication

Alien style A

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Numbers

Mushroom madness

4.470588 of 5

Fractions

Picture In Picture Dino

4.263158 of 5

Multiplication

Connect The Dots Dino

4.5 of 5

Numbers

Guesstimate

4.3 of 5

Volume

Ding dong

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Numbers

Monkey Business

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Numbers

5050

4 of 5

Geometry

1up

3 of 5

Weight

A different view

4.22 of 5

Geometry

Some Easter fun facts:

  • Easter falls on a different day every year: Easter was decided to be celebrated on the first Sunday following the vernal equinox.
  • Easter eggs come from Lent: as eggs don't spoil quickly, the abstinence followed during Lent leads to huge egg supply during Easter.
  • Approximately 90 million chocolate bunnies are sold at Easter.

Enjoy Easter math activities with some colors, pens and numbers. Find Egg carton math activity here.

This spring break, let us enlighten these little curious minds by choosing from our huge stack of Easter worksheets. Not only are these worksheets fun and engaging and being colorful and backed by a story but, they really help to revise and practice a plethora of Math topics. These Easter worksheets are the right fodder to feed your braniacs for helping them with their creativity, concentration, comprehension and many more skills. Do not wait any longer! Just print and experience!

Tips to use math worksheets
Kids can practice counting and arithmetic skills, develop basic geometry skills and learn about money and practice how to tell time. Then, they can move on to more difficult topics like fractions, decimals, data interpretation using graphs, Venn diagrams and tally charts
Few tips:
  • Use them for a fun practice session and not as another part of homework.
  • Read the story with your child and help them relate to the problem.
  • Club these with math board games to get more than 20 X practice.
  • Encourage your child to apply the mathematical concept repeatedly while solving them.