Have some extra plastic Easter eggs around the house? I’m sure lots of us do this time of year. Here’s a round-up of how we’ve been using ours …
On one half of the egg you put the number, on the other you put that many dots. Break up all the eggs and then have the child find the matches. I made this one for my daughter who will be turning 3 in May. I found this idea from Room Mom 101.
We also did LOTS of egg stacking. Sometimes we just tried to see how high we could build our egg tower … and other times we created patterns. I got this idea from Time for Play.
Super simple … just use the eggs to make silly faces!
Learn to Read
I made these for my son Henry who is really getting the hang of reading. I got the idea from Having Fun at Home’s post “What to do with leftover Easter Eggs: Word Families”. One half of the egg has the end of the word (stem), with the other has the beginning sound.
It just happened to end in a bubble fight!
Still want some MORE ideas on how to use plastic Easter eggs? There are a ton more great blog posts! Here are some of my favorites …