My name is Greg and I am a plastic egg hoarder. Seriously. I am finding them in my Jeep…in my classroom…in my office…they’re everywhere. And then I go to the store and buy more. I just love them. And want more. Is that bad?? Is it bad to use them all year round?? Is it bad that I want to run to Wal-Mart right now and buy more????? HELP YA’LL!
Anyways…I am putting those eggs to use. (OK…SOME of the eggs…)
You know we’re going to need some seriously hardcore engaging activities to keep the ‘staches focused the last 2 months of school….so I’m hoping some egg centers will help. But let’s be honest…I’ll be peeling them off of the ceiling from here on out…and I’m ok with that!
plastic eggs ($2 for 48 at WalMart)
egg trays (Wal-Mart $1)
labels (freebie included)
bucket (WalMart $1)
For my labels I used the small AVERY CLEAR EASY PEEL RETURN ADDRESS LABLES (#5667) (Click the link to order from Amazon!)
You can download the printable PDF addition equations and answers by clicking the links!
Howdy, I am Mr. Greg. I have been teaching for 11 years. I spent a year teaching fifth grade, two years in second grade and am now in my 9th year in Kindergarten. Kindergarten is my passion and my calling but honestly, that wasn’t how it started. Read the whole story >