Peeps Themed Learning Activities (printable)


Both of my kids LOVE Peeps! Although we can't eat them everyday, we can have fun "playing" with them and learning too with these Peeps Themed Learning Activities. Peeps Themed Alphabet Matching (free printable) Clipart from Great Graphics Directions: Print and cut apart the peeps. Match the uppercase bunny to the lowercase chick. Other Ideas: Put the peeps in … [Read more...]

Easter Egg Activities – Making Words (printable)


Put those plastic Easter eggs to use with this free, printable and Making Words activity! I put a few CVC words and pictures inside plastic Easter eggs for B to work with. He loved it! He would pour the letters and picture onto the table, say the name of the picture aloud, and then put the letters in order while saying each sound. He had so much fun with it that … [Read more...]

Creative Writing and Story Telling with Easter Story Starters (printable)


Easter is right around the corner!  Have fun stretching your child's creative thinking skills with these Easter themed story starters. 1. Twas the night before Easter... 2. I couldn't believe my eyes. My Easter basket was filled with... 3. Easter morning, I looked out my window and... 4. Crack, crack, crack... suddenly one of my Easter eggs started to move! 5. Oh no! The … [Read more...]

Easter Egg Activities – Spell Your Name


Three Easter Egg Activities, including this Spell Your Name activity that your child will love! We've matched the eggs by color and sorted them by size. Today we practiced spelling N's name. I wrote the letters on the plastic eggs and on the egg carton. We sang our favorite name song and pointed to each egg. … [Read more...]

Easter Egg Activities – Sorting


Easter Egg Activities, including this sorting activity using plastic eggs for your toddler or preschooler. Yesterday, I shared a Toddler Color Matching Activity. I also picked up a bag of smaller plastic eggs for sorting. You can sort them by:  Size - big/small (pictured above) Color - putting the matching color inside of the bigger egg Color in a sorting … [Read more...]

Easter Egg Activities – Toddler Color Matching


I picked up a few bags of plastic Easter eggs at the grocery store and for the next few days I will feature different, simple Easter Egg Activities that you can use these eggs for with your toddler, preschooler, and beginning reader. N (26 Months) had fun matching these plastic Easter eggs by color. I lined up the eggs in the top row and she put the matching colors in the … [Read more...]

Paper Plate Easter Wreath


Make a paper plate Easter wreath to decorate your home. Make a paper plate Easter wreath by cutting a hole in the center of a paper plate. Cut and decorate small paper eggs. Tape or glue the eggs onto the plate. Display somewhere special. Our wreath looks more like a collage, but I'm enjoying (trying to embrace) that B wants to try his ideas and do things his way. … [Read more...]

Easter Ideas Part 3


Why not sneak some learning in with our Easter fun? Here are some Easter ideas. Easter Egg Word Family Activity at Chasing Cheerios Egg Twist Letter Matching at Turning Ordinary Into Extraordinary Easter Egg Reading (cvc words) at My Montessori Journey … [Read more...]

Easter Ideas Part 2


Here are a few Easter ideas to make learning fun. I think this Mixed Up Egg Hunt activity from Make and Takes is a very clever way to get more use out of those plastic eggs! The 15 Easter Egg Hunt Ideas from One of a Kind are a must read! They are very creative and sneak in learning in a clever way! … [Read more...]

Easter Ideas Part 1

Here are some fun Easter ideas to make learning fun!   We enjoyed doing this Easter Egg Countdown last year.   I can't wait to try these Easter Resurrection Eggs from Mommy Savers! … [Read more...]

Listening Matching Game

Easter Egg Listening Game

While you are getting your Easter supplies out, give this Listening Matching Game a try.... Fill your plastic eggs with different materials (2 eggs of each material) and try to match them up just by shaking and listening. I got this package of eggs at the Target dollar spot. I liked that they were striped so B wouldn't get confused and start matching them by color. … [Read more...]