Easter Sunday Teacher Resources

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All questions in this Easter Sunday worksheet involve the religious significance of the holiday. Students complete twelve activities such as phrase matching, fill in the blanks, spelling, sequencing, scrambled sentences, writing questions, survey, and descriptive writing. There are four assignments to provide creative and research based extension work.
In this ELL worksheet, students read a passage about Easter and fill in 7 blanks with missing sentences. Students read 8 phrases and match them with words or phrases from the text. Students match 6 vocabulary words with 6 pictures. Students read 6 passages that describe symbols and match the passage with the picture. Students answer a 20 question fill in the blank quiz. Finally, students complete a Easter word search.
In this Easter addition worksheet, young scholars problem solve and calculate the answers to twenty-five addition equations and color all of the Easter eggs that have an even numbered sum.
In this Religion worksheet, students read an article about Easter and answer 19 questions that follow. They identify statements according to the article whether true and false. Students also complete sentences using the vocabulary terms from the text.
Students sort and graph Easter eggs. In this holiday math lesson plan, students use colored Easter eggs and sort them by color. Students count the eggs and create a bar graph of the Easter egg colors.
In this holiday reading worksheet, students read a short story about the Easter holiday. Students then answer 5 questions about the story.
In this Easter worksheet, students read a passage about Easter, complete sentences about it, answer multiple choice questions, identify symbols, and more. Students complete 5 tasks.
Fifth graders describe the location and physical environment of Easter Island. This description include: identification of the closet continent to Easter Island, ocean in which Easter Island is located, and some geographical features of Easter Island.
In this Easter literacy worksheet, students read short passages about the history of Easter and other related facts, then complete a set of 5 related and varied activities.
Students practice locomotor skills, space awareness and cooperation. They are encouraged to cheer on their teammates, showing social responsibility. Students are assign an Easter basket that a specific color egg to retrieve. They return to their basket after looking under one cone, even if there is not an egg to collect.
Sixth graders research Easter Island using Encarta Encyclopedia and the Internet. They create a PowerPoint presentation using the information they find.
Students demonstrate an understanding of characters and their traits by decorating an Easter egg. In this character traits lesson, students chose a character from a story and then decorate an Easter egg to look like their character. Students then describe their character's traits in a paragraph and play a game.
Learners participate in several Easter egg activities. In this holiday lesson, students read The Easter Egg by Jan Brett and create a chart to record properties of Easter eggs. Learners design and color their own egg.
Students celebrate Easter. In this current events instructional activity, students visit Fountains Abbey, Cadbury World, The Big Pit, Madame Tussaud's, and Natureland online or in person to participate in Easter activities.
Students create paper bag versions of the Easter Bunny in this spring time lesson for the Kindergarten to 6th grade classroom. Included with the lesson are step-by-step instructions for successful implementation and a short list of supplies needed.
Students use red and blue litmus paper to determine the category of common substances. They then set up an experiment using vinegar, water, and ammonia (or milk of magnesia) to determine that acids make the best solution for dyeing Easter eggs.
Students create Easter bunny baskets using cardboard half-gallon milk or juice containers, cotton balls, felt, pipe cleaners, and basic art supplies in this holiday Art lesson for the K-8 classroom. This can be adapted and made into a small group project.
Students, using colored Easter eggs, sort by color, count eggs, and graph data.
Students review addition and subtraction and study problem solving skills with Easter Egg Math.
Fourth graders write 5 sensory sentences using similes and prepositional phrases. In this sensory sentences lesson plan, 4th graders write the sentences about the holiday Easter.

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