Have an eggcellent day!
We hope you have an eggcellent day! Enjoy these fun activities centered around-eggs. Created by Mrs. Gorgas and Mrs. Sheffield, Sonora Elementary.

Today’s Activities

Read It!

A group of farm animals are waiting for a mysterious egg to hatch- who does it belong to? Read this story to find out, then answer the assessment questions.


Do you think egg + egg + egg could equal 9? Today we’ll explore adding with Easter Egg riddles! But before you play this game, refresh your memory on how to add three digits with this video from Khan Academy.



Can you crush an egg with your bare hand? Explore with Bill Nye.

Explore it!

Visit this site to learn about the egg drop challenge! Create your own egg drop challenge. Can your egg survive a long fall?

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Speech & Language

Speech and language: Focus on COMPARE and CONTRAST. Use this worksheet to help you discuss the similarities and differences between a baby chick and a chicken. 

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