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Easter Themed Activities for Preschool, How to Decorate an Easter Egg, Centers
This Easter Themed pack is filled with fun activities for your home-schooler or classroom! I especially like the "Jellybean Flavor Challenge" and the "How to decorate an Easter Egg" activities. I hope you and your class find them engaging and fun! Here's what's included:
Page 2: List of books and songs for circle/story time.
Pages 3-5: Coloring sheets/covers for folders or binders.
Pages 6-8: Numbers for calendar (1-31)
Pages 9-17: Question cards for question of the day. (counting skills, phonetic skills, and color skills) and yes/no cards.
Pages 18-19: Themed word cards for Easter writing center or word building activities.
Pages 20-29: Pages for writing center (blank, research it, list it, story time, fact bubble page, postcards, and describe it with real photographs.
Page 30: Cut and paste label the parts of a bunny.
Page 31: Symmetry egg drawing
Page 32: Number puzzle 1-10
Page 33: Number puzzle 11-20
Page 34: Alphabet puzzle A-J
Page 35-37: Make it! Center teacher suggestions, student planning page, and 4 themed task cards. STEM
Pages 38-42: Playdoh matt (1-10)
Pages 43-64: Match the egg to the correct basket letter sound game.
Pages 65-66: Easter themed brag bracelets and teacher recording page
Pages 67-69: Shape Easter bunny example and cut-out shapes. Students cut out the shapes and put them together to build an Easter bunny. Students can color when finished. Included is a shape counting page.
Pages 70-74: Easter egg basket counting clip cards
Pages 75-76: Life cycle of a chick sequence cut and paste worksheets
Pages 77-78: Jelly bean tasting. Choose 6 jellybeans for your students to try. One at a time they attempt to guess the flavor. Keep tallies and create a class graph of students favorites.
Page 79: Beginning letter sound color worksheet
Page 80-81: Measuring activity. Use jellybeans, bunny tails (pompoms), rulers, or cubes to measure how high the bunnies can jump.
Page 82-84: Handwriting tracing alphabet and numbers (uppercase, lowercase, and 1-20)
Page 85-86: Students count objects on a page then graph how many of each picture.
Pages 87: Easter bunny ears headband. Decorate and attach to strips of construction or printer paper to create a headband.
Pages 88-98: Mini book of Easter egg colors and color chart for support.
Pages 99-108: Mini book of Easter egg counting (1-10)
Pages 109-110: Count and color Easter objects (1-10)
Page 111: Easter Egg patterns ABAB
Page 112: What doesn’t belong- Easter eggs
Page 113: Easter egg tracing/coloring
Pages 114-115: Sensory activities with peeps/jelly beans
Page 116: Beginning letter sound match up
Page 117: Which is bigger activity
Page 118: Trace and finish the missing numbers (1-12)
Pages 119-120: Count the eggs in the basket and color the number (1-10)
Page 121: Color the eggs by color words
Page 122: Science experiment sink or float with spring objects
Pages 123-124: Read aloud story, students color pictures of characters, setting or objects they heard in the story. Story sequence activity included.
Pages 125-134: How to decorate an Easter egg color materials needed, sequence activities, and craftivity.
Pages 135-136: Easter egg puzzles
Pages137-138: Pictures for theme/felt board. I like to put the pictures up and let the students guess what our new theme will be.
Thank you for visiting my shop and I hope you and your students enjoy these learning activities. Happy teaching with the littles in your life!
You may like some of my other themes. Bundle up, SAVE and be prepared for the whole year!
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Thanksgiving Themed Centers and Activities
Christmas Theme Centers and Activities
Winter Theme Centers and Activities
Spring Centers and Activities
Kayla @ Busy Teaching Mom