Everyone seems to have an abundance of plastic eggs after Easter. I hope you don’t just throw them out without giving them a second chance to become some educational activities for your home or classroom. I have gathered up some of the best uses for plastic eggs that I could find for the preschool to elementary aged student.
Diy Nesting Math Eggs from And Next Comes L
1-20 NUMBER RECOGNITION GAME EGG ACTIVITY from Little Bins for Little Hands
Easter Egg Alphabet Order Game for Preschool from The Stay at Home Mom Survival Guide
Cool Math for Kids Plastic Egg Patterning from JDaniel4’s Mom
Multiplication Eggs from Rainy Day Mums
Egg Scavenger Hunt to Make Words from Hands on as We Grow
Easter Color Matching Activity for Kids from Meaningful Mama
Teaching Contractions with Plastic Eggs from There’s Just One Mommy
Magnet Science With Plastic Eggs In Preschool from Modern Preschool
Plastic Egg Hunt Letter Recognition from Something 2 Offer
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Emma @ Our Whimsical Days says
My daughter loves scavenger hunts with these eggs, so turning them into something educational just makes sense. Thanks for the fun ideas!
Christina @There's Just One Mommy says
Thanks so much for including our contractions activity in your list. We have been putting it through much use this year as I review contractions and teach new contractions with my kids.