Easter learning games

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.


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  2. Your activities are so cute!

    I love the free printables too. Just started creating things on my own. Having a giveaway right now, maybe you will win!

    Stickers, Scissors, and Smiles

  3. I came across your blog by way of Learning for Life on Facebook. You have some really cute activities!

  4. Chopsticks are really great to use in doing handcrafts and other stuff like this. Those are really cute and surely my little daughter would love those.



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