Easter Activities: Distance Learning Kindergarten Easter Printables

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Easter for Kinder Kids has 40 pages of fun language and math printables for early learners. These worksheets are engaging, fun and involve NO PREP. Just print and go. Perfect for classrooms and learning at home.

Updated April 2020 for a makeover! New page borders, fonts and graphics added.


These printable Easter activities are an ideal resource for students to use to consolidate early literacy and math concepts while at home during this time of school closures. A fun home learning activity!


These Easter themed printables are well suited to whole class, small group or independent work, depending on the skill level of learners and intent of the lesson. These activities also work well as homework and to print and send home as part of a learning program implemented at home.


This pack of no prep printables contains the following pages:

  • Label the Easter Lamb
  • Label the Easter Bunny
  • Label the Easter Chick
  • Which Easter egg? - at an ap words
  • Which Easter egg? - et en ed words
  • Which Easter egg? - it ig in words
  • Which Easter egg? - og ot op words
  • Which Easter egg? - ut ub un words
  • Which Easter basket? - sorting words starting with b/ c
  • Which Easter basket? - sorting words starting with ch/sh
  • Easter Read, Write and Draw - I am a bunny. I can _____.
  • Easter Read, Write and Draw - I can put some ___ in the basket.
  • Easter Bunny Sight Word Hunt – he, my, me, see
  • Easter Sight Word Shade Eggs – and, said, a, here, I, am
  • Sight Word Shade Bunny – go, you, the, of, is, are, a
  • Read, Roll and Write – little, can, I, are, that, is
  • Read, Roll and Write – here, said, went, and, like, me
  • Read, Roll and Write – Easter, egg, some, comes, make, bunny
  • Easter Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) Look at the eggs.
  • Easter Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) Here is my basket.
  • Easter Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) I can see a little bunny.
  • Easter Sentence (cut, glue, write, draw) We like to paint eggs.
  • Easter Sentence Scramble - We’re going on an egg hunt.
  • What can I see? - missing word - I can see a little _______ .
  • Rainbow Easter Eggs - representing numbers to 10
  • How many? - matching quantities to number words to 10
  • How many Easter eggs?- ten frames
  • Seeing Spots - to 10
  • Seeing Spots - to 20
  • What time is it? - o’clock time, matching digital time to analog time
  • It’s Easter Time - o’clock time, drawing hands on clock faces
  • What comes next? - Easter patterning
  • What comes next? - Easter patterning
  • Easter Egg Hunt – Sight word board game (color)
  • Easter Egg Hunt – Sight word board game (black and white)
  • 20 colorful illustrated Easter Word Cards. The cards are suitable to support writing activities, make displays and use with Word Wall learning activities:
    Easter, Easter Bunny, basket, Easter eggs, children, rabbit, bird, lamb, butterfly, chick, candy, Easter egg hunt, chocolate, jelly beans, hot cross bun, carrot, flowers, spring, church, egg

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