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Easter is just around the corner, and I am really looking forward to it! With warmer weather, more chances to get outside, and family fun dyeing Easter eggs, Easter evokes wonderful memories from my childhood. I hope to create new, special memories with my own kids as well.
To get in the Easter spirit, I have updated my Easter Printables Pack! This pack is filled with all sorts of learning activities for children ages 2-7.
Whether you are looking for printables to work on colors, shapes, fine motor, letters, or numbers, this pack has you covered!
Note: This and other Easter ideas can be found on my Easter activities for kids page.
What’s in the Easter Printables Pack?
My Easter Printables Pack contains more than 80 Easter worksheets and activities for kids ages 2 to 7. These printables pack all the fun of bunnies and eggs into a variety of educational activities your kids will enjoy.
Many of the activities have multiple versions so you can tailor the activity to your children’s developmental level(s).
The activities in this pack cover a range of skills, including:
- shapes and sizes
- same vs. different
- fine motor
- math (number identification, counting, addition, subtraction)
- literacy (letter identification, alphabetical order, phonemic awareness, word searches)
Here is a sneak peak at the 81 activities included in this download:
Easter Printables Pack in action
My kids and I have only just begun using some of the activities in my Easter Printable Pack. Below is a look at a few of the things we’ve done.
XGirl has gotten plenty of fine motor practice with this tracing activity. I put it into her Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center so she could do the activity over and over without me needing to print out lots of worksheets. (I also love how the Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center keeps the pens and erasers organized with the drawing surface.)
XGirl also worked on patterning. At first she just copied the patterns.
But then she also practiced continuing a pattern.
QBoy also worked on patterning with the Make Your Own Patterns worksheet that is included in my pack. He loves using stamps, stickers, and do-a-dot markers to create his own patterns. And then he likes to give his completed worksheets to other members of the family as “gifts,” which is so cute! 🙂
QBoy has recently started to really recognize and be able to count numbers up to about 50. He got to practice some of those skills with this connect the dots by number worksheet.
XGirl is learning her letters. She did this E is for Egg Letter Trail to work on the lowercase letter ‘e.’
And she did another worksheet to find the lowercase letter ‘e.’ She wanted to do this one multiple times as well, so I was glad I put it into her Crayola Dry Erase Activity Center so she could simply erase and do it again.
Although he knows his letters already, QBoy didn’t want to be left out so he worked on finding the uppercase ‘E’ on this worksheet.
Finally, QBoy worked on alphabetic order with this ABC Lowercase Letter Trail worksheet.
The activities shown above are just a small fraction of the activities included in this pack.
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More Easter Resources
More Easter posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Fizzing Easter eggs
- Easter sensory bin
- Easter egg sound matching game
- Easter Bingo
- Easter do-a-dot printables
- Easter coloring pages
- Easter I Spy game