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On a recent morning during our homeschool preschool time, I set up a fun and simple Easter egg sound matching game for QBoy and XGirl to play. Montessori learning for the preschool years focuses a lot on developing children’s senses. This activity takes a Easter-themed Montessori approach to helping young work on honing their sense of hearing by forcing them to play close attention to the sounds of objects inside an Easter egg.
Note: This and other Easter activities can be found on my Easter activities for kids page.
I presented my kids with a tray that included five empty Easter eggs and five objects, including a bouncy ball, a jelly bean, a chain link, a button, and a glass marble.