Friday Freebie: Easter Resources

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Counting Eggs: Bird Emergent Reader Freebie by Jennifer Hier on Teachers Pay Teachers
A Spring bird emergent reader for your preschool, pre-k or kindergarten class.

This fun freebie is also included in my Hello Birdie! Activity Bundle for Preschool and Early Childhood Learning . It will be a great addition to your preschool, pre-K, kindergarten or special education classroom and will be a perfect addition to your thematic units on birds, eggs, spring, life cycles, trees, and even Easter, Enjoy!

This easy to assemble, emergent reader has adorable illustrations, easy-to-read fonts, and simple repetitive text featuring the sight words I, see, in, the. Children will have the opportunity to count and write the number of eggs on each page. The children will be delighted to find zero eggs and a nest filled with baby birds on the last page.

Easter Printable Pack from Gift of Curiosity
Easter printable pack cover
Inside this pack you will find 81 activities focused on skills such as creative expression, shapes, colors, sizes, same vs. different, patterning, puzzles, fine motor, mazes, math, and literacy. Several activities have multiple versions so you can tailor the difficulty of the activity to your child’s skill level.

Easter Egg Sight Words- Dolch Primer words by Tessa Maguire on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is a set of color by word Easter worksheets. There are 6 different worksheets and a blank one for you or your students to create your own. The words are from the Dolch primer word list. The words include are: all, are, ate, came, eat, get, good, have, into, like, must, new, now, our, please, pretty, that, they, this, under, well, went, what, will, with.

Easter Coloring Pages from Make and Takes
Download these free simple printable coloring pages. Each printable coloring page is available for your own personal use courtesy of Make and Takes. Click on each thumbnail below to download and print each coloring page in PDF format.

Easter Bible Printables & Crafts from Christian Preschool Printables
Easter Crafts, Printables and Resources you can use in your personal homeschool or Sunday School Classroom! Children can learn the true meaning of Easter Sunday!

We have a great selection of Easter Bible Printables including coloring pages, activities, games, crafts, worksheets and more!

Easter Egg Matching Game from MPM Ideas
Use these cards as designed – placing them face down on a flat surface and inviting your preschoolers to test their memory/matching skills with a game of concentration..

Easter Worksheet Packet from Mama’s Learning Corner from MPM Ideas
Patterns: What Comes Next? Using the pieces provided, your preschoolers will have to look closely at the unfinished patterns to determine which object comes next.
Beginning Sounds. Prompted with an Easter themed object, students are invited to identify the object’s beginning letter sound and practice proper letter formation as they script it on the line provided. For extra practice writing, laminate the worksheet and provide students with dry erase markers or crayons.
Spring Scissors Skills. As its name implies, students will strengthen fine motor skills and coordination as they practice holding their scissors correctly and guide them along the lines – straight, curved, and jagged.

April Calendar Cards from Doodle Bugs Teaching

Easter Activities & Lapbook from Confessions of a Homeschooler

Easter Blessings FREE preschool pack from Our Little Monkeys
The updated Easter Blessings pack is ready to go. Honestly, I think it’s the HARDEST theme to work with. It’s a struggle for me to make activity pages about death and resurrection without feeling as if it is making light of a serious subject.

These pages are not designed to TEACH the Easter story. There are so many great teaching resources available online and in Christian bookstores. You could also use a Children’s Bible, sharing just a section of the story each day.

Easter Blessings (Mini) Tot Pack from Our Little Monkeys
The Easter bunny visits our house, and I’m sure that both of our boys will be excited to decorate eggs, hunt for eggs, and find some little presents this year.

It’s important to me, though, that we make sure our boys understand what Easter is all about. The resurrection of Jesus Christ brings us great hope!

Free Printable Easter Card from Living Locurto

Easter Pre-K Pack from Over the Moon
Included in this Pre-K Pack is:
Prewriting Practice Sheets – Cutting Practice – Which one is different?
Finish the Pattern Sheet – Size Sequencing Sheet -Easter Strip Puzzle
4-piece Puzzles – Sorting Practice – Counting Practice Cards
Color the Easter Egg – Letter and Sound Finding Cards
2-Part Vocabulary Cards – Shadow Matching
Letter Ee Identification – Easter Matching
Easter Magnet Sheet – Letter Ee Sorting Page

Free Printables To Teach Easter from My Delicious Ambiguity
Here’s a round up of some great resources useful in tot schooling your kids about Easter:

Easter Totpack from 1+1+1=1

Easter Tot Kit from Lawteedah
Included in the Kit
Flower Color Match- Match the top of the flower to the stem with the matching colored word.
3 Part Puzzles
Silhouette Match
Egg Shape Match- Match the egg with the shape to the shape word.
Lacing Card
Alphabet Tracers
Chicken Numbers 1-20
Size Sort

Easter File Folder Games from File Folder fun
Colorful Easter Eggs Game
Shattered Patterns Egg Game
Short E Long E Vowel Sounds Game
Spring Peeps
The Story of Easter Game
Easter Watercolor Craft

For great ideas on Easter Activities, please visit my Pinterest board below:
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Montessori Madness: Easter Centres

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I have been struggling with what to do with the kidlets for our Easter Centres next week. Fifi’s BFF will be spending the next 3 weeks with us and this is a great centre to put together for all the kidlets to keep them occupied during the school holidays. I have found some GREAT online inspiration and decided to share these finds on Montessori Madness this week.

Free Easter Egg Printables and Montessori-Inspired Easter Egg Activities from Living Montessori now
Here is a great list of links full of freebies for Easter

20 Fine Motor & Sensory Kids Activities for Easter from Golden Reflections Blog
…Lots of great ideas here for toddlers all the way up to elementary school age kiddos.

Easter Sensory Bin for Toddlers from Golden Reflections Blog
…So this Easter sensory bin was actually ready to go last month. I love being able to plan ahead a little bit!…

DIY Pom Pom Bunny from Fab DIY
Pom Pom bunnies are really cute and when it comes to Easter or just making a gift this one may be something that you would want to try. You can use any color pom poms you want and you can make the bunny as big as you want. You may need about 25 minutes to get everything going and then you can give this bunny to someone as a nice gift.

Montessori Easter Activities: Ukrainian Easter Eggs in Culture and Science Curriculum from NAMC
Easter is a wonderful holiday to be celebrated in the Montessori classroom; there are beautiful signs of spring, bright colors, energetic children, and the excitement of the school year ahead. If you are searching for Montessori Easter activities, why not introduce your class to Ukrainian Easter eggs? Also called Pysanky, they are a unique art form that celebrates a rich culture. This post has Ukrainian Easter egg information and activities that can be used in both preschool and elementary classrooms, as well as a complimentary printable that you and your students will love working with!

23 Easter Printables from The DIY Dreamer
Here is a list of tons and tons of Easter Printables

Free Montessori Inspired Cards: Easter Around the World from Montessori Nature
Montessori Easter Around the World Printable Flashcards contain six sets of cards with photos representing different Easter traditions of Australia/Oceania, South America, North America, Europe, Africa and Asia with short commentary.

Easter Activities from Counting Coconuts
Here are trays featuring the following activities:
Practical life
Misc activities

Practical life from Counting Coconuts
This is a great example on how to incorporate a practical life try to fit with the Easter theme. I need one of those egg slices!

Montessori Inspired Easter Activities from Carrots are Orange
Here are a few “back to the basics” Montessori Inspired Easter activities. With their lovely colors and texture, we used jelly beans as our base material with which to work, which, in all honesty was a little challenging given their sweet goodness. Keep an almost 3 year old from popping a few in his mouth and I will send you a medal!

Montessori Monday – Montessori-Inspired Easter Activities from Living Montessori Now
Easter will be here in a few weeks! It’s a perfect time to prepare some Montessori-inspired spring/Easter activities!

Easter Egg Potato Stamping Craft for Kids from Crafty Morning
Got any potatoes going bad? We did so we thought we’d try to make Easter egg potato stamps! It actually turned out great and could be used to make homemade Easter cards, etc.

Pin the Tail on the Bunny from From ABCs to ACTs
Think back on your childhood for a minute. Remember all of those birthday parties you went to when you were little? The cake, the party hats, the games.

It didn’t matter if the party was being held for a boy or a girl, had a princess theme or revolved around superheroes, it almost always included a game of pin the tail on the donkey (or at least some variation of it).

And transferred eggs with the tongs from Nurturning Learning

Montessori Monday – Easter Egg Rainbow Practical Life and Sensorial Activity from Living Montessori now
I had fun putting together a practical life and sensorial activity for Easter. It also includes a rainbow theme. I’m calling it an Easter egg rainbow.

Easter Activity for Kids: Bunny Tails Color Matching from Twodaloo
I love Easter activities. Although I normally love activities using natural materials, I especially enjoy preparing activities using plastic Easter eggs because they’re so affordable and adaptable (and just plain fun). They’re great for almost any type of learning activity before Easter.

Montessori-Inspired Easter Egg Activities Using Free Printables from PreK + K Sharing
I love Easter activities. Although I normally love activities using natural materials, I especially enjoy preparing activities using plastic Easter eggs because they’re so affordable and adaptable (and just plain fun). They’re great for almost any type of learning activity before Easter.




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