Here’s a mashup of lots of different ideas for Easter Fun with preschoolers.
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These cute transparent eggs were found in at a Dollar Store. They are being used in a toddler room.
The children worked on a large egg shape, dipping the ends of paper towel tubes into pastel colors and printing onto the paper.
This is a color transfer art project. The children paint their large white paper egg shape with vinegar. Next they lay small pieces of tissue paper (bleeding) onto the wet vinegar. Let their work dry then peal the tissue paper off to reveal the colors.
This is a nice Easter display that’s a three step process. First the kiddos paint paper eggs with a mixture of shaving cream and glue. The teacher, Miss Jenna mixed in a bit of paint to get pastel colors.
Then Miss Jenna cuts out a basket and begins getting the grass ready.
Last we added our Easter baskets and grass. Ready for the Easter Bunny!
If your school is like ours there are thousands of plastic eggs around. We dumped them into the sensory table for a huge matching challenge.
Pete The Cat is fun any time of year!
Indoor Egg Hunt
Here in the North East we often have to hunt for our Easter eggs indoors. If Easter is early there might still be snow on the ground! So for the little ones we hide our eggs in plain sight.
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This are just one of the ways you can color eggs. Here we used shaving cream and liquid water color.
There’s always the traditional way to color eggs. Use vinegar and food coloring.
You Tube’s Crafty Panda has 25 cool ways to decorate eggs.
Simply cut out the center of paper plates, use the center for the ears. Just cut the center circle in half and add the pink part. Now add the cotton balls. Last add Popsicle stick on back, masking tape worked best for us. We’re using these for our Easter parade!