Who’s ready for some Easter educational fun? Let’s continue the learning fun with more than 10 free printable Easter worksheets.
From homeschooling moms to classroom teachers, I’ve got you covered with free printable Easter worksheets printable worksheets, activities and posters. This post contains affiliate links.
Free Printable Easter Worksheets and Activities
Easter Sort and Graph: Are you looking for a way to get your students graphing all year long? Try this Sort and Graph FREEBIE! Students sort the cards and complete the graph. Then students analyze their data and write about their graph. Students learn to write about things other than just the items that have the most/least.
Hundreds Chart Mystery Picture – Bunny: Your students will love discovering the cute bunny picture as they practice place value and recognizing colors and numbers on a hundreds chart! Use the key to color in the boxes and reveal a hidden picture.
Egg Freebie Activity: This set has a cute freebie for spring and Easter. You give your students a plastic egg to take home. They must find something to put inside it and write three clues about their object. Then, the class gets a chance to guess what’s inside the egg.
Free Emergent Reader: Counting Eggs: A Spring bird emergent reader for your preschool, pre-k or kindergarten class! 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.
Science Activity For Young Children: This simple science experiment is a great activity to add to your Easter fun and is sure to keep children hopping and exploring at the sensory table. Check out this activity and browse through our entire store for a complete unit on Easter.
Easter Play Dough Mats: So what are the Easter eggs that children will count onto the mat? That’s where the fun (and fine motor) comes in! Children can pinch off pieces of play dough and roll it in their hands to make little egg shapes. They will make several eggs and count them out on the mat.
Counting and Tens Frames Bunny Math: Counting and tens frames are basic math activities in kindergarten and grade one. In the spring, it is engaging for children to have the bright colors and seasonal pictures associated with the season for math centers or quiet activities. This post has printable pages for bunny and Easter theme math for kindergarten and grade one.
Easter Egg Alphabet Letter Matching: These Easter Egg Alphabet Letter Matching Puzzles are a great way to work on uppercase and lowercase letter recognition. This activity is perfect for 3 year olds, 4 year olds and even 5 year olds.
Easter Coloring Pages with Math and Reading Skills: Easter coloring pages can be more than just filling in various objects with color. They can as you will see in this post be Easter coloring pages with learning skills. Combining both coloring and learning engages children and sneaks in concept learning and review.
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