Easter Math Activities Digital Mystery Pixel Art Google Sheets
Keeping Easter educational doesn't have to be a hassle! Students can practice math skills in a fun, engaging way with mystery pixel art for Google Sheets. The skills covered in this resource are expressions with exponents, expressions without exponents, powers of ten, and greatest common factors and least common multiples. Perfect for the spring months, Easter, or enrichment.
There are 4 different solve and reveal activities included in this resource, along with answer keys. Each activity covers one of the topics listed below.
The questions included in this resource are also included in my Easter Math Mystery Pictures Printable resource, so both resources have the same content. Students can solve on paper worksheets and then input their answers into the Google Sheets file to reveal the mystery pixel picture if you want to skip the coloring portion but still have students self-check. Get the Easter print and digital activities together in a discounted bundle.
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THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES
- 4 self-checking mystery pixel activities for Google Sheets, aligned to 5th and 6th grade math standards
- Expressions with Exponents
- Expressions without Exponents
- Powers of Ten
- Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple
- Answer keys
ABOUT GOOGLE SHEETS
- To use the digital resource, you must be connected to the internet.
- Google Sheets is best to use if your school has access to Google Apps for Education.
- Google Sheets can easily be assigned with Google Classroom. Read my blog post about assigning resources like this to your students with Google Classroom.
- You can also assign Google Sheets with other learning management systems. Please check with your LMS to see how to best assign Google Sheets to your students.
- Students type their answers in each box. If they are correct, the box turns green, and part of the mystery pixel picture is revealed. If they are incorrect, the box turns red, and they can try again.
- Please note: Google Sheets is a spreadsheet program. Therefore, the images are created with colors filling in table cells. The images are pixel art and therefore aren’t meant to be crystal clear images.
INCLUDED FILE FORMATS
- PDF: You will receive a PDF with your access link to the digital resource inside. This resource requires Adobe Reader (free software).
- Google Sheets: To access the Google Sheets files, you need to have a (free) Google account. Once you purchase this resource, you will receive a PDF with links to access the digital resources. The links will prompt you to make a copy of the resources, which will add it to your Google Drive.
⚠️ This resource is NOT editable. You will NOT be able to change any of the questions in the activity.
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