Around this time every year, you start seeing plastic Easter eggs in every store! Since I think novelty is key in keeping students interested in their learning (especially once Spring Fever hits), I always pick up a huge bag of these eggs.
There are just so many amazing things you can do with Easter eggs.
1. Letter Recognition
2. Word Families
3. Rhyming Words
4. Compound Words
5. Synonyms and Antonyms
6. Addition and Subtraction
7. Equivalent Equations
8. Showing Ways to Make Numbers
10. Sight Word Hunts
11. Guess What’s in my Egg?
I’ve created some printables to use for each of the ideas above in this packet below.
Two more of my favorite ideas for using Easter eggs is this “behavior management” idea from What the Teacher Wants and this writing activity from Inspire Me ASAP.
What are your favorite things to do with plastic eggs?