There are Easter games everywhere in the kingdom of rubber boots and elf shoes.
And they were all super cheap and easy to prepare (works for me!)
A dollar store egg tray, fuzzy chicks (6 colours, 2 sizes - 24 chicks in all) and chopsticks make a fine motor, sorting, patterning, and design activity.
Little erasers and a paint tray for patterning (I love my paint trays) and small tweezers for fine motor practice. (I fit in practice for the pincer grip whenever I can!)
Erasers and strips of construction paper for patterning. (The erasers were in a really cute container, so it did look more interesting than it appears!)
MaryLea from Pink and Green Mama made these eggs for her daughter's preschool class. I really want her family to move here so that I can be her daughter's kindergarten teacher!! The eggs are lots of fun for all sorts of matching, patterning or .... games.
I always appreciate free printables. (One of my goals is to post some of the things that I have created for my kidlets.) Erica at Confessions of a Homeschooler posted a bunch of Easter printables last year.
And there's my fave Easter game. Go check it out!
I'm wondering what Easter games and activities are in your classroom. Leave a link in the comment box.