If you’re anything like us, you still have tons of Easter eggs floating around the house, many of which don’t have matching halves. Here’s a great way to recycle those mismatched eggs into a fun learning game for your kids. There’s not much to this, as you can tell. Use a permanent black marker to write a letter on each egg and…your done. Easy peasy, took all of 1 minute. This is an example of his name but you could write the whole alphabet to encourage them to spell all kinds of words – go crazy.
Let me know if you’d like to see more ideas on how to use Easter eggs for learning – there are a ton. If you make this game or use them in another fun way, let me know, I’d love to hear from you!
Hope this motivates you to get creative and make something fun for your kiddos!