What do you do with all of those Easter Eggs? Here are some unique activities you can do for Easter and beyond.
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Our Family for His Glory has a whole week of activities you can do to celebrate the resurrection, including, of course, awesome Easter Egg Activities.
Here is a simple way to make math practice fun. You could even put treats in the egg and reward your children by letting them eat one when they get the problem right.
More great ways to use Easter eggs for learning. This preschool math game is simple, but exciting because the children can’t wait to see what is in all the eggs!
Babies love to explore their world through touch. Use your eggs to make sensory toys for your baby or toddler.
Instead of throwing the shells away, use them for crafts!
This simple game uses the crayon resist technique. I love how this turns an ordinary tradition into an exciting learning opportunity.
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