These Free Printable Easter Eggs activity pages are perfect for building letter and number recognition skills with preschool learners this Easter season. Get your free Easter printables today!
Check out this Free Printable Easter Eggs Math & Literacy Activity! These pages are excellent for preschoolers. These Easter-themed activity pages are a great way to build number and letter recognition with young learners.
One of the best ways to teach letter recognition is by reading the letters out loud while the child can see the letters on the page. These worksheets allow the child to look at the page and see each letter as you call it out.
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Finding the corresponding letter is a great way to practice identifying letters. Extend the learning by asking children to repeat letter sounds or even say a word that starts with the letter they have found.
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These printable Easter eggs also build number recognition skills which are essential for preschool math. Number recognition is important for mastering early skills like counting. Preschoolers should know the numbers 1-10 and be able to count to 10 by rote.
Don’t forget to teach zero! Learning about zero early on will help preschoolers to grasp larger numbers and the concept of a placeholder when the time comes.
Printable Easter eggs math and literacy activity pages aren’t just a great way to practice preschool learning skills, they’re also lots of fun! They’re a mess-free way to enjoy decorating Easter eggs this season. No dye or hard-boiled eggs needed. Just print and enjoy these activity pages with your little ones.
Don’t forget to add some extra fun to your learning time with an Easter bunny approved snack like carrot sticks or broccoli. Then, finish the lesson with a story. Reading to my children is definitely one of my favorite activities.
I love choosing a book that goes with our lesson to help them remember the concepts they’ve learned. One of our favorite Easter-themed picture books is Happy Easter, Mouse!* by Laura Numeroff.
It’s the same mouse from the If You Give a Mouse a Cookie* book. Numeroff’s stories are perfect for familiarizing early learners with story sequence as well as cause and effect. Also, they’re just really cute!
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Keep in mind that all preschoolers and kindergartners do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
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