At certain times of the year I do theme learning, especially during the different holidays. Here is a Easter theme using plastic eggs to teach my little ones.
1) Easter Egg Match – I place several different plastic eggs in a container and have my little ones match them, forming the egg to it’s other matching side. I think this activity is good for dexterity and fine motor skills.
2) Egg crated and color match, I drew colored crosses on the bottom of the egg carton and then had my little one match the egg to the color coded cross in the carton.
3) Balance the Easter Egg - Using a large utensil spoon my child balanced a larger plastic egg on the spoon while waking the length of the living room.
Do you use Easter Eggs in your homeschooling? If so how? Stay tuned for my Easter learning activities and crafts from Mama to 5 Blessings.
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