Wednesday, April 5, 2017

April Math Fun!


Make Math FUN this Spring!!!
Spring can be a fun time of year, the students have really hit their stride in school.  They have learned a good deal of math content and are often ready to review topics so they don't forget them!  I think you will enjoy these spring themed riddles. 
These riddles are great for reviewing previous topics or practicing current skills. These riddles can be helpful in your classroom at this busy time of year. (And sneak a little fun into the classroom)  I have made these math riddles to combine fun and learning for this time of year.



Enjoy Spring riddles like these...
What season is it when you are on a trampoline?
What goes up when the rain comes down?
Why couldn’t the flower ride its bike?
Where do young trees get their education?
What did the young tulip say to her babysitter?
What did the tree say to the flower growing next to him?
And many more...


Enjoy Easter riddles like these...
What is the Easter Bunny’s favorite sport?
What do Easter Eggs grow in their gardens?
What is an Easter Egg’s favorite part of a baseball game?
Why did the Easter Egg go to school?
How does an Easter Egg leave the highway?
How does the Easter Bunny like to travel?
And many more...

Engage your students with these Spring and Easter Math riddles worksheets! I began creating math riddles to make math more fun in my own classroom. 

I love hearing my students giggle as they solve the riddle at the end of the worksheet. Students solve  problems, each problem has a letter assigned to it and the letters help to solve the riddle. It is a great way to combine fun and learning!
Make math FUN!


Topics covered in the Riddles
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and  Long Division
Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing Integers
Order of Operations
Scientific Notation

**As always they are offered in color and grayscale for easy duplication for your students in the copier.**

2 comments:

  1. Love your creative ideas. I bet your kids have so much fun with them.

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  2. Solving riddles makes math skill practice much more fun!

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