Kid’s Easter Activity Learning Table (Learn & Link With Linky)

 

 

For just about every holiday I make a sensory bin for my toddler and preschooler but this Easter/spring I decided to make an activity table instead where I have several activities contained for the month of April. I did not go out and buy anything for this table, I used what  I had.  Most of what I used was from the Dollar Tree, last Easter or recycled.  I used our water play table that we cleaned up from being outside and I set everything in our table so that it was all in one area. 

 

Mini Easter erasers

egg cartons

spoon/tweezers

Several Easter/Spring containers

Flower drink stirrers

Plastic frogs

Small artificial flowers and baskets

Bunny peg game

Cross shape maze games

Books: 

 

 

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Montessori:

Transferring mini Easter erasers

Putting eggs and other Easter type containers together

Placing items in the eggs cartons with the tweezers

Matching bunny pegs into peg opening toy

Opening and closing containers 

 

Other activities:

Looking at Easter books

Counting various items

Naming the colors of the items

The 2 children play together and hide some of the small objects in the container and the other child finds it. 

 

 easter table collage

 

What are your Kid friendly Easter table activity suggestions? 

 

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Comments

  1. This looks like so much fun. I want to do this with my little guy. He would love it.

  2. What a fun collection! I need to get our Easter books out still!

  3. What a fun idea for kids! I wish I had thought to put together things like this when my son was younger. He would have loved it!

  4. That is a really great idea! Sometimes I like to collect containers and small items from the dollar store – then just let the kids free create. They always have the most fun!

  5. What a cute and clever idea! Love this set up for creative and imaginative play.

  6. Angela S says:

    You come up with the best learning activities. This one is no exception!

  7. This is a great idea for kids. This time of year there are so many rainy cool days that the kids need to be learning and being creativity inside! Love this learning table!

  8. I used to use our water table in cold weather inside too. Lots of fun ways to change things up!

  9. We loved our water table, it’s perfect for sand or water. ๐Ÿ˜€ But, these are great ideas!

  10. How fun! So much to do in one bundle of stuff!

    xo,
    Stephanie
    Diary of a Debutante

  11. Chasity Boatman says:

    I love Easter crafts! Thanks for all the links

  12. Those are some great ideas and fun activities too. I Have to buy some of those things for my daughter.

  13. the maze games sound really fun ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Honestly, I am not doing anything yet nor thinking about Easter.. Since, my daughter was asking me what to do on Easter plus I saw this post of yours, I will definitely try. It looks like my kids (1st grader and 2 years old) will have the fun.

  15. What a fun and creative idea! I love that you make a new one each month for the kids to do something fun. – Katy

  16. How fun. I love how creative everything is and how much use the kids will get out of it all. I love gifts that keep going.

  17. Very creative and looks fun for the kids. A great idea for Easter.

  18. You Are Too Creative I Love All Your Ideas!!

  19. My son would love it! But I think my baby girl might eat the erasers ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. What a fun idea. I miss organizing preschool play stuff.

  21. Great Ideals! I wish my kids was this age again they just want to look at the computer anymore. I miss craft time.

  22. Looks Like So Much Fun My Girls Are Going To Love It!

  23. Love the cute little toys in the egg carton! How fun!

  24. I love the link up and all of the ideas, thanks for sharing.

  25. How fun are these! We are always looking for new projects to do.

  26. What fun ideas! My kids would love this

  27. Great suggestions. Thanks for sharing this link up!

  28. These are awesome, I am going to try some of these. Awesome projects!

  29. This is great. I homeschool my son and am always looking for new things. My son would love this.

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