MAR
07
2010

Easter Activities & Lapbook

I made some fun Easter activities for our family and thought I’d share early so you have plenty of time to make them! These items could easily be made into an Easter Lapbook so I also included a Lapbook Cover Page and Game Piece Pockets if you want them. Enjoy!

Lapbook Cover Page and Lapbook Pockets

lapbookcoverpage pockets

Easter Number Matching: Cut out each egg, then cut in half along the dotted line. Match the number on top with the correct amount of dots on the bottom to complete the puzzles! (Numbers 1-10 included in download)

eggnumbermatch1

Roll an Easter Egg: Roll the dice and put together the egg puzzle depending on the number you roll!

rollanegg

Counting Eggs: These are fun to put in numerical order! I also these with either mini-clothes pins, colored paper clips, or put a hole in them and have her attach chain links to them. Whatever you use, just have them put on the correct amount for the number on the card. This would be cute to use with little Jelly Beans as counters! (Numbers 1-10 included in download)

countingeggs

Easter Coloring: We color this, paint it, or use markers. I found some that fit my 3 year old well, they’re called Pip-Squeaks Washable Markers. They’re shorter and easier for her to use. These pictured are chubby markers, they also make a skinny version. I got mine at Wal-mart. Click on image to download:
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Easter Dice Game: Roll the die, and each time your number is rolled you get to move ahead one space!

easterdiegame

Easter Egg Matching Game: Page 1 is the game board, and page two are the game pieces! Cut apart page 2 pieces and play the matching game!

eastereggmatch2

Easter Tic-Tac-Toe: The download contains a game board and pieces.

TicTacToePieces

Easter Bingo: I made 4 different game cards, and will use them with clear plastic bingo markers or maybe jelly belly candies.

easterbingocard1

Easter Color Matching Puzzles: Cut each cross out, then cut in half in random ways for fun color matching puzzles.

eastercolorpuzzles

Cross Lacing Card: I laminate this, then cut it out and hole punch every inch or so for a lacing card.

easterlacing

Easter Magnet Page: I put this on a cookie sheet and use it with Power Magnets.

eastermagnet

Easter Puzzle: I laminate for durability, then cut along the lines for a great beginner’s puzzle.

easterpuzzle

Matthew 28:5-6 verse cards: Cut out the cards, then put in numerical order to read the verse! You could also hide the cards around the room, and have your children go on a hunt to find all the cards to receive their special message!

matthew28versecards

Other Great Easter resources we hope to use:

  • Lace-Edged Napkin Craft
  • Paper Butterflies
  • Pom-pom Chicks
  • Flocked Easter Eggs
  • Easter Bunny Crafts
  • Ribbon Wrapped Easter Eggs
  • A cute bunny knitting project

NOTE: If you’re not familiar with Lapbooks,

Happy Easter! Hope you all have a great day celebrating our Risen Christ!


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Comments

  1. oh fabulous, thanks :)

  2. I love all of your worksheets..what kind of printer do you use? I know I read before you "bite the bullet on the cost of ink", but I am looking to replace mine for something more effective. Suggestions? Thanks so much!

  3. This is wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing!!

  4. I, yet AGAIN, benefit from your generosity! Thank you so much!(Also, I just want you to know, that I ALWAYS link back to your site when we use your stuff on my blog page- EVERY homeschool family needs to know about you!)

  5. You rock, as usual.

  6. Perfect timing, thanks! I'm planning our Easter unit kit exchange and needed a few more activities, wonderful!

  7. You are AWESOME!! Thanks!

  8. This is great! Thank you! I'm going to put this on my blog linking back to you! You really bless us!

  9. Your blog is wonderful! Thank you for being so generous with all of your ideas and printables!

  10. JENNY: I have a Canon i9900. It's a large format printer so I can print 12×12 scrapbook pages, but it prints quite well too. If you're just looking for a regular sized printer, I'd probably go with an HP, always had good quality from them. I also have an Epson, but I'm not thrilled with the printing quality, I got it for scanning mostly. Hope that helps a little! Thanks for reading :)

  11. Thanks everyone, glad you like it!

  12. wow! you are a blessing! Thank you!!!

  13. I was just wondering for the cross lacing card, how do you cut it after laminating? does the laminating come off? can you show a picture of what it looks like after it is done please? I would love to see it. I am a very visual person I need to see it to understand. Sorry if this is any trouble.

  14. Anonymous says:

    So very cute! Thank you!!

  15. Great ideas! Thank you for sharing!

  16. Michelle: Hi, I haven't printed this out yet but I will cut out the image then punch holes along the edges every inch or so. Then we use a colored shoelace to lace the card.Here's a sample of how I use it:http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/blog/2009/10/letter-b-for-butterfly.html

  17. I always love all the work you put into your pages and then to share them with us! You are awesome!

  18. These are fantastic! Thank you so much. I used one of the printables with my daughter on my blog today and linked to yours, thanks again!

  19. Love those egg printables! ;)

  20. Hiya do you have a post you could give me the link too that explains lapbooks in more detail as I am not sure how to go about making them with my 3.5 yr old?Thanks

  21. Thanks for sharing. We printed out the egg match game as is or our 2 year old and turned it into a memory game for our 6 year old. They loved them thanks again!

  22. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for the Christian Easter activities. So glad for that! Tired of everything egg-y for Easter!Heather

  23. Wow – what a great selection! Thanks for sharing with us – I'm printing some stuff out for the weekend…Jane from HSV

  24. Hi,
    I just happened to come across your site, and I love your blog …and all the wonderful things on it. Your printables are very attractive, too. I hope I can ask you a question that won’t seem to silly. How do you load your pdf’s onto your site? If this is a long answer, I’ll understand. If there is a short answer, and you don’t mind explaining, I would appreciate it. I have seen other blogs where one is able to download and print, but haven’t been able to find out how they do it. Thanks so much.-Karen (Vermont)

  25. Your printables are always awesome! I featured your post as my Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow

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