Love search and find activity pages? This fun Easter I Spy set includes an easy worksheet for preschool and kindergarten, a hard worksheet for older kids and adults, and a fun printable Easter egg hunt for kids of all ages!
Hide these 12 rhyming Easter scavenger hunt clues around the house and leave their Easter basket with the last clue. All of these clues are inside the house, just in case, it is raining! We absolutely love scavenger hunts and treasure hunts in our home, and no matter how old he gets we still do them! These are the ones we currently have, all FREE.
Easter is almost here! It’s fun to put together simple activities for the holidays to reinforce what your kids are learning. If you have young children, try this preschool printable for number matching! It’s a simple, colorful pack for preschoolers to practice counting, matching, and number recognition.
Easter Bingo is so much fun and a great party game to play with friends and relatives. Here are free printable Easter bingo cards to play at school if you’re a teacher or a parent having a holiday party or just looking for a rainy day activity.
Do your kids like word games? Scattergories is one of our favorite educational games and apparently many others agree. I have made and offered several Scattergories games to my readers, including this free Easter Scattergories printable game, and each one has been a huge hit. They’ve been some of the most popular worksheets in my collection of free printable worksheets for kids!
This adorable Easter tic-tac-toe magnetic game uses an empty Altoid tin or candy tin, making it a great recycling craft! It’s a quick craft to make and is perfect for road trips is a great Easter basket idea.
When I taught mathematics I remember having a giant hundred’s chart in my classroom we would work on counting backwards and forwards from different numbers, skip count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s and look at odd and even numbers on the chart. The visual representation of the numbers in a block made it easier for some of the students to grasp the concepts in the first few years of school. I also had sets of hundred charts that the kids used one of my favourite ways to use them were in pairs with a die and get them to race to 100.
Learning sight words doesn’t have to be a chore! With these Easter-themed sight words games, kids will have a blast finding and creating new words! This easy DIY language game makes learning fun!
It’s almost Easter! I’ve already started thinking about all the fun activities that come with spring and Easter. My kids are totally obsessed with Easter basket clue hunts and Easter egg hunts, so we tend to do a few of them (and reuse the clues, too) for lots of egg hunts throughout the month.
There are five game boards included, so brothers, sisters, cousins, friends and parents can join in the fun and play too. Your kiddos will love the colourful design and cute Easter-themed pictures. They’ll want to play again and again. This cute Easter bingo game is a fun activity for rainy days too.So why not download your free copy today and enjoy some egg-citing Easter fun!