Suggested Materials: Plastic Easter eggs and Easter baskets (not included)
Activity: Depending on the target language activity for your student, cut apart the cards and place one or more words in a plastic egg. Hide them around the room. You can use the baskets for sorting and/or collecting the Easter eggs that you hide around the room. Basket label cards are included for the sorting activities. Tape the cards to the front of the basket for sorting into separate categories. You can use this activity as a competitive game if you have a group by awarding points to each student for each answer that he/she is able to answer correctly.
1. Irregular past tense verbs: The student should give the irregular past tense form of the word. For extra practice, have the student use the present and irregular past tense form in a sentence.
2. Regular past tense verbs: t, d, ED sounds (sorting): The student should give the past tense form for each word and then sort the word by it’s ending sound (t, d, ED). For extra practice, have the student use the present and past tense form in a sentence.
3. Who, When sorting: The student should sort the words by whether it answers a who or when question.
Easter, Halloween, Christmas sorting: The student should name each picture and then decide if the object would be associated with Easter, Christmas, or Halloween.
4. Yes/No Question Sorting: The student should answer each question by placing the question in the correct basket
5. Two open ended games are included. Use the cards made for the eggs to answer questions before taking a turn or use the board games to target other artic or language skills.