FREE Easter Egg Center Activities

Easter Classroom Centers

Do you LOVE the little plastic 'break-apart' Easter eggs that are around this time of year? I got mine at the local dollar store for just a tiny $2!

If you have not seen these eggs, they break in half, so that you can fill them up with Easter treats! They last for years and years stored in a bin or container ready for your Easter centers and activities.

Use them in your classroom math and literacy centers by putting content cards in them that can be sorted and matched. 

I put cards in each egg, and then pop all the eggs in a lovely Easter basket, for my lovelies to select from. Perfect for a Bee Busy learning area!

I have a free file for you today that can be printed and used with some of these eggs. It includes letters of the alphabet in upper and lower case that have to be put in alphabetical order and recorded. 

From the Pond Mel Lloyd Teacher

Students use the picture on each card to match the recording page squares.

Alphabetical Order Printable

I do hope your little learners love cracking and sorting with this activity!

Free Easter Printable

Easter Writing Activities + Free Graphics

I have had some lovely requests to make Easter versions of  our best selling writing resources on TeacherspayTeachers. So while my darling little newborn has been sleeping, I have been creating!

I am very lucky so far - he has been sleeping and feeding to a routine we started with him the day we brought him home from hospital. I started it with our daughter when she was around 4 montsh old, but we thought we would give it a try early on with our newborn. He has taken to it like a duck to water! It helps me because I know what he will be doing at different times of the day. That means I get a little bit of time each day to do other things I love - like designing, creating, drawing and blogging!

Click here to find them on TpT

Click HERE to find on TpT

I have also listed some FREE 'Spring Spinners" for you to use in your teaching files and activities. You will need to add your own numbers, letters or pictures to them. If you are using MS Word, put them in a text box. They are in pretty 'Spring' colours. I hope you like them :)

Thank you to everyone that has emailed me or messaged me through TpT with ideas for graphics - I am getting through all the requests gradually.

Rainbow Days FREE Paper + Borders

I have created this Fabulous Friday Frog Spot Freebie for you - a Rainbow Coloring Page! We hope your little learners love to color it in happy and bright colors. 

Find it over in our Coloring Club. You will need to sign up to become a member, with your email, to access the page. 

Rainbow Coloring Page

Rainbow Coloring Page

Spring Lamb Handwriting Freebie

Click on one of the above pictures to download a FREE copy of these Spring Lamb Handwriting worksheets. Your little ones will enjoy tracing from left to right along the pattern lines to help build their handwriting skills.

If you are looking for more fun pre-writing and fine motor tracing activities to complete with your little ones, head over to my TpT store to find my "Big Shape Tracing" packets. 

They will help your little learners master pencil control and handwriting movements.

I have had some requests for an 11-20 version of our Number Match Worksheets. I have finally had time to create them and get them listed - find them at TpT for the moment (will be on our website shortly), by clicking on the image below:

Have a great day friends! 

A New Arrival + A New Resource

Our new baby boy Sam arrived early! We are so very much in love with him and he is taking up much of our time at the moment.

I have managed to finish a packet of printable activities for numbers up to 100. It has an Easter theme and will be lots of fun for your little ones.

One of my favourite included activities, is the Butterfly Puzzles, your students will enjoy finding matching tens and ones combinations to make the 2 digit numbers.

Have a great day, I hope to be blogging again very soon!