Easter Egg Play

Easter Egg Play

This will be a super quick post. Just sharing some of our Easter egg play from last year…

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Egg Tree

A simple fine motor activity – hanging eggs on our tree…

Decorating a tree with eggs - from Rachel (",)

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Eggs on the OHP

Lots of shape talk with this activity…

Decorating eggs on the OHP - from Rachel (",)

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Simple Laminated Eggs

More pattern work. Really easy to set up and very popular with my little lot…

Decorating laminated eggs with loose parts - from Rachel (",)

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Eggs on the Discovery Table

Numbered egg cups and wooden eggs, along with some of my special decorative eggs and a couple of nests…

Egg play from Rachel (",)

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Buttons

Pattern and number play with egg shaped buttons. I have a huge collection of buttons – a cheap and simple open-ended resource. Love these ones…

Pattern and number play with egg shaped buttons - from Rachel (",)

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Pasta

I’ve had this pasta for a few years now – perfect for spring play, patterning, counting, sorting, role play…

Easter Pasta play from Rachel (",)

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Light Panel

Pom-poms, tweezers and silicone egg trays. Another simple fine motor activity…

Pom-poms, tweezers and silicone egg trays - from Rachel (",)

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Water Play

… with eggs, colanders and spoons. Some of the eggs are numbered which gave the opportunity for some maths talk and play, if they demonstrated interest..

Water play with eggs, colanders and spoons - from Rachel (",)

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Previous Posts

A couple of my previous Easter play posts:

Easter Maths Fun

Spring-y Easter

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Told you it would be quick! Thanks for reading!

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– Rachel (“,)

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6 Comments

  1. Egg shaped buttons–you are my hero! lol I just told my daughter, Here’s a true preschool teacher! Happy Easter and thanks again for your inspiring posts and for setting such a fine example of play-based ed. <3

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    • Ah, you’re always so kind, Chris!
      Thank you! ❤️

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  2. Wonderful ideas yet again – thank you so much!

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    • Thanks for the lovely comment, Sharon!

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  3. Your posts are always inspiring and so inviting. Thank you for sharing them.

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    • Ah, you’re welcome, Emma! 🙂

      Reply

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