Are you looking for some fun, creative, open-ended Easter activities to do with your preschoolers at home or in the classroom? Well today I’ve got six Easter Activities for Preschoolers that cover fine motor skills, creativity, sensory play, math, and the alphabet all in a playful way!
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Easter Activities for Preschoolers
Easter Egg & Toothpicks Fine Motor Sculptures – Set out this simple invitation to create for your preschooler and let them have fun while practicing fine motor skills.
Easter Chicks Grid Game– Combine this simple printable with cute little Easter Eggs for a simple math game for preschoolers.
Easter Egg Hunt Sensory Counting Game– This is a fun way for preschoolers to practicing counting objects, work on one-to-one correspondence and gain tactile sensory input.
Easter Egg Smash– This is a super fun fine motor activity that can combine number and letter recognition or be just plain fun! Especially for boys!
Watercolor Drip Painted Easter Egg Garland– This creative project makes a pretty Easter decoration for your home or classroom and is a great fine motor activity.
If you are looking for more Easter activities for your kids check out our Easter board on Pinterest! It is filled with great educational and fun activities for kids of all ages!
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