Have your plastic Easter eggs made an appearance in your home yet this year? I love bringing them out about now; love how they brighten things up a bit with their pretty colors. :) I crave color this time of year. Crave it.
I’m in the process of going through all of my printables and moving them to a site where they can be a bit more organized and just… prettier than the current printables page. I found some Easter-themed printables and thought it would be fun to post a little reminder about them.
One of M’s still-favorite games to play with our plastic eggs is our Easter Chicks in Eggs game. I made this for him a couple of years ago and it is still a lot of fun – for him and the grown-ups around here.
Another favorite when he was 2 or 3 years old was this Easter Basket file folder game (I have to say I’m really looking forward to re-using some of these handmade activities with our new little one!). This is a fun way to work on one-to-one correspondence and practice counting to 10.
I also want to share this little Bunny Shapes Craft with you. I made this for M a couple of years ago, but for some reason never shared it on here. He went through a phase where he loved putting little animals together with shapes. This is a fairly closed-ended activity, but it’s good for shape recognition and learning to follow directions!
Have a beautiful day!