Letters and Sounds
ABC Easter egg Matching/Hunt
Find opposite color Easter Eggs that will connect together. Write an uppercase letter on one half and a lower case letter on the other half. Then have the child connect the correct halves. While doing this you can review colors by asking questions such as, "What color is the uppercase 'A'?" Connecting the eggs also help with there motor skills as well!
Sometimes when we finished we would have an indoor egg hunt. I would hide each egg by an object that begins with the letter's sound. ex. "Rr" is hidden in the recliner, "Ff" is hidden in the fruit bowl , and "Tt" is hidden beside the TV. When they find an egg they have to say the letter, sound, and object it was hidden near.
Learning to Read
Number Word Match
Collect Easter Eggs of opposite colors that will connect together, Write a number symbol on one half and the number word on the other half. Have the child connect the correct halves together. Connecting them builds fine motor skills.
For extra learning fun you can give them a bag of jelleybeans and have them fill the eggs with the corresponding number of jelly beans
Addition and Subtraction
Easter Egg Math game
Put a piece of clear tape on the top half of the egg. Write a math problem on the egg and fill the egg with the number of jelleybeans to answer the problem. Ex. 5-3= 3 jelleybeans.
This game is good for Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division. For problems with large answers you could insert a piece of paper with the correct answer and just a few jelleybeans.
Easter Egg Bunny Hunt
A fun game to motivate children to practice math. There are three options. Addition 0-10, Subtraction 0-10, and Blank so you can write in your own problems.
Place the problem cards face down in a stack. The child will flip a card over and answer the question by choosing the egg with the correct number on it. You can give the game an exciting twist by filling the eggs with candy so when the child answer's correctly they get a treat.