There are lots of free Springtime and Easter Units out on the web with activities for tots, PreK, K and beyond. I thought I would highlight a few freebies I have come across:
Easter Pre-K Pack from Over the Moon
There are tons of great printables for ages 2-6 over at a Gift of Curiosity: Easter Printable Pack
Easter Activities and Printables by Erica at Confessions of a Homeschooler. This Roll An Easter Egg is just one of many activities available for Tots and PreK.
Easter in Australia
The Easter bilby is the Australian alternative to the Easter bunny. Rabbits are not native to Australia and are considered to be a pest, so there has been a push for the bilby to substitute. Bilbies (pictured to the left) are marsupials and are currently endangered.
My blogging friend, Kylie, over at Our Worldwide Classroom made the most adorable Easter Bilby Printable Pack. It’s full of cute activities for the toddler and preschool crowd. http://ourworldwideclassroom.blogspot.com/2012/03/easter-bilby-printable-bambino-pack.html
Free Spring-Themed Printables:
3 Dinosaurs Spring Pack: Learn about rain, flowers, garden and bugs with your 2-5 year old.
Spring Animal Fun Pack over at the Enchanted Learning Mom where you’ll also find links to over 35 other free printables.
Don’t miss the Montessori-Inspired Easter activities for some hands on fun with your tot and preschooler over at Living Montessori Now.
Last year I introduced ED to place value and skip counting by 10s. See more about this and links to the printables I made in this post, Easter themed Montessori Math (PreK/K).
Making Learning Fun has lots of Easter Printables:
For example, here is a Color by Number Easter Eggs — roll a die and color the eggs in
File Folder Fun has a number of Easter Themed Games:
For example, here’s their Long “e” Short “e” Sorting Game:
Several years ago ED did this springtime sight word match-up game from File Folder Fun called 2 Letter Tulips:
Below is a Spring Word Hunt from Ms. Rachel’s Room
I thought this Peep Poke game was a really cute twist for practicing addition facts. The kids use a hole puncher to select the correct answer to the problem. Peep-Poke-Addition-Facts-1-12-Game
Here is another Easter math game: Odd or Even Easter Eggs
I made some free Easter Skip Counting Pages: 2s 3s 4s 5s 6s
You might be interested in our Egg-speriment Pack!
Egg-tivities to get egg-cited for Easter!!
That about wraps it up for today. Hope you find something fun to do with your child! If you’re looking for things to do with your older children, I’ll be sharing some free addition and multiplication pages sometime soon.
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Enjoy the spring! ~Liesl
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