Easter Egg Learning Activities For Little Ones (Learn & Link WITH LINKY)

 

 

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. 

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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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Comments

  1. Love Easter egg activities! Have a great week!

  2. I love your ideas. The egg matching game sounds wicked fun. My little guy would love that.

  3. Love the Easter egg match idea!

  4. What a fun way to get kids engaged!

  5. These activities look like a lot of fun! My girls will have a blast with them! It’s been very rainy here so these are perfet rainy day activities!

  6. Love these ideas!! Will definitely have to do some with my little one :)

  7. What A Great Idea The Kids Look Like They Had A Fun Time!1

  8. My daughter loves playing with these & I think I still have some on-hand from last year.

  9. My kids like to color the eggs, and my wife makes easter bread and puts the eggs into the bread.. its a tradition my mother in law started.

  10. This sound like fun activities that little ones will ask to do and that is the whole point of making education and learning fun.

  11. Looks like your children are having so much fun! I cannot wait until Matt and I are reading to have children :)

  12. LOVE these ideas! I’m a sucker for themed holiday activities. I like the matching game! I need to stock up on some plastic eggs

  13. They all sound like such fun activities. What fun!

  14. I love these ideas! We can not wait to dye eggs, it is so much fun

  15. the kindergarten teachers at school do a whole week of egg activities. it’s great. math, language arts, science- so much you can do!

  16. It is amazing how much these eggs can keep their attention and adding in some learning is a great way to teach them.

  17. They look like they are having a great time. What a fun activity!

  18. Oh those are great ideas! Simple, yet genius. Thank you!

  19. These are really great ideas! I can’t wait until my daughter is old enough to start playing games like this. It will be so much fun! Thanks for sharing!

  20. We are planning to homeschool next year, but my kids will be in 7th and 10th grades then, so I don’t think we’ll be using Easter Eggs, Unless we do a cool science experiment…….

  21. What a great way to teach your children! I love when you can incorporate lessons like matching and colors – when it can be played as a game

  22. Love the easy to implement ideas. I’ll have to see what Easter eggs I have left and try some with my 4 year old.

  23. I’ve seen some really cute ideas using egg crates but hadn’t seen the match one. That’s a great idea!

  24. Helene Cohen Bludman says:

    Such a fun time for kids. Mine used to love to decorate eggs.

  25. How fun! I’m definitely going to do a couple of these with my son. I think he’ll love them!

  26. Oh, wish I was blogging to do with my little ones. We still do Easter activities so thanks for sharing. Yes, great for any day with children around!

  27. What a fun way to spend the afternoon. I love the bright colors of this learning activity too.

  28. Great ideas. I love the color match.

  29. What a bunch of great ideas! If I remember right, I think I remember reading these when you originally posted, I guess I’ve been reading a while haha.

  30. Cool ideas! I did the “Balance the Easter Egg” (but with an actually egg) when I was a kid. Loved it so much! =)

  31. I love the Easter egg matching game and your other ideas, too. So simple but I can see my younger kids loving it and it’s so much fun to play with Easter eggs.

  32. Such creative ideas. I love them! I’ll have to remember these when my little ones are a bit older.

  33. These look like great activities! I’m sure the kids had a ton of fun with them.

  34. Very fun. Can’t wait for Easter, such a wonderful time of year. We like the balance the egg game with a real egg…..outside LOL

  35. I just bought a whole bag of those plastic eggs. I love the idea about matching them up with the colors in the egg crate. my daughter will love this. thank you!

  36. Great games for kids, I need to try these with my twins. They would have a blast with the balance game. Thanks!

  37. This is so genius, its such a montessori style way of learning. I love it!

  38. Adorable Ideas Cute Kids!!

  39. There are so many fun activities to be had with Easter eggs. Thanks for sharing!

  40. I love Easter egg coloring. the plastic eggs are fun to put stuff in it too!

  41. My son plays with his Easter eggs all year long. Who knew they’d be a favorite toy!?

  42. I love your ideas! So simple and yet so fun for kids! My girls would love these!

  43. Great ideas. These are perfect for my preschooler.

  44. These are great! What a wonderful way to teach colors and matching while making it fun.

  45. I love these I will try them with my granddaughter.

  46. My girls would love these activities. :) Easter is the perfect time for crafts.

  47. I love their serious approach. they look so focused on the activity, I’m sure they enjoyed it a lot.

  48. Oh, I forgot about Balance the Easter Egg!! We used to play that when I was little. :)

  49. These are fun ideas. My daughter is having some friends over to play next week, we will have to set this up to do,

  50. What great timely games! My nieces will get a kick out of these. Thanks!

  51. I love this time of the year; there is soo much you can do with the Easter eggs.. great learning tips; thanks for sharing ..I know my kids will love them.

  52. What fabulous ideas. I need to share these with my children because I know that they would love it.

  53. My daughter is at the perfect age to do this.

  54. Kristin mcclain says:

    This looks like so much fun! I can’t wait to try it with my 4 this year! Thank you!

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