Fillable Easter eggs are so much fun! Even though plastic Easter eggs are made of plastic, kids love them and they’re an inexpensive material for making all sorts of DIY Easter egg activities.
Today, I’m sharing the links to free Easter egg printables for preschoolers through 1st graders along with hands-on activities created with free Easter egg printables.
Free Printables Used in the Pictured Easter Egg Activities
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Matching Easter Egg Numbers with Chick Sets to 10
For this activity, I used the free Mini-Center: Match Easter Egg Numbers with Chick Sets to 10 from KidSparkz at Teachers Pay Teachers. I put the cards in a bamboo potato basket and used a large hemmed work rug from Montessori Services for the layout.
If you’d like to add a 3-dimensional item, you could use the cute Easter chicks from stores like Michaels craft store. You can see them in my post last year with Montessori-inspired spring math activities.
Chicken Life Cycle Activity
This is a fun activity using the Safari Ltd. Life Cycle of a Chicken and the free life cycle of a chicken fact cards and flow chart from Learn Create Love.
Easter Egg Hunt
Easter egg hunts are lots of fun before and on Easter. There are many Easter egg hunts you can use as learning activities by having the child read clues. For this Easter egg hunt, I used Easter Egg Hunt Clues from Jelly Bean Jam. I just placed the first clue in a plastic egg inside a basket. I happened to find a cute basket on sale at a stationery store after Easter last year, so I used that to add interest, although you could use any type of basket.
Easter Egg Match: Short a Word Families
This activity uses the Easter Egg Match: Short a Word Families from Kinder Puzzles on Teachers Pay Teachers. I set the printable at 50% on my printer so the puzzles would fit in each matching colored egg.
Break-Apart Easter Egg Activity: CVC Words
This free printable (Break-Apart Easter Egg Center Activities from Frog Spot) has a few different activities. I only used the 3-letter phonetic words for this activity.
Easter Egg Word Families
You’ll find variations of this activity in many places around the blogosphere. I like that Easter Egg Word Families from Mrs. I’s Class gives children who are able to write an opportunity to write the words they read on the eggs.
Free Easter Egg Printables (of all kinds) for Preschoolers-First Graders
- Egg Templates from Milliande’s
- Easter Egg Template from Activity Village
- Easter Eggs from First Palette
- Easter Egg Hunt from Mr Printables
- Easter Egg Hunt (for classrooms) from Fun 2B in First
- Easter Egg Hunt Clue Cards from Spoonful
- Easter Egg Hunt Printables from Live Craft Eat
- Easter Scavenger Hunt from Artsy Momma
- Easter Basket Scavenger Hunt from Embellish
- Easter Hunt Kit from I Will Invitations
- Easter Egg Maze from Activity Village
- Easter Printables from 3 Dinosaurs
- Easter Printables from 2 Teaching Mommies
- Easter Theme Printables from 1+1+1=1
- Easter Games from Prepared Not Scared
- My Egg Colors Printable Book by Carla from Preschool POWOL Packets at B-Inspired Mama
- Easter Egg Surprise (Graphing colors of jelly beans) from Kindergarten Faith
- Easter Egg Glyph from Teach with Me
- Easter Printables from Busy Bee
- Easter Theme from ABC Teach
- Easter Egg Fillers from Elementary Matters
- Easter Egg Coordinates from Activity Village
- Easter Rhythm Game from Let’s Play Music
- Easter Make a 2 Digit Number from Live Love Laugh
- Egg sactly What Time Is It Time Games from Teach With Me
- Jelly Bean Color Game from Criss-Cross Applesauce
- Easter Egg Decorations from Spagat Blog
- Egg People Easter Craft from Mr Printables
- Easter Egg Printables from We Love to Illustrate for Children
- Easter Egg Printables from Teachers Pay Teachers (LOTS of Spanish printables)
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