Plastic Easter Eggs are quintessential piece of Easter. They can be used in decorations, an Easter egg hunt, in Easter baskets, etc. They can also be used in the classroom and in incredibly creative and fun ways! I enjoy bringing themes into my classroom, especially for holidays. It helps get the kids excited and keeps learning fun.  Here are ways that Plastic Easter Eggs can be incorporated into learning in the classroom through Sensory, Art & Crafts, Gross Motor Activities, STEM, Literacy and Math.


How To Use Plastic Eggs In The Classroom For Sensory

Kinetic Sand, Dinosaurs and Eggs from Mom Inspired Life

Easter Egg Washing Sensory Play from Little Bins for Little Hands

Easter Sensory Play Table from Learning 4 Kids

Plastic Egg Boats With Play Dough from The OT Toolbox

Easter Egg Color Matching from Little Bins for Little Hands

Here Comes Peter Cottontail! Bunny Sensory Bin from Modern Preschool

Sensory Play With Easter Eggs, Water Beads, & Light from Train Up A Child

Sound Eggs from Inspiration Laboratories

Art & Crafts

How To Use Plastic Eggs In The Classroom For Art & Crafts

Drip Painting Easter Egg Art from Preschool Inspirations

3D Easter Egg Canvas Art from Fun-A-Day!

Plastic Easter Egg Flowers from Make and Takes

Egg Roll Process Art from Princess, Pies, & Preschool Pizzazz

Painting With Plastic Easter Eggs from Buggy and Buddy

Plastic Egg Cupcakes from Club Chica Circle

Gross Motor Activities

How To Use Plastic Eggs In The Classroom For Gross Motor Activities

Easter Egg Action Cards from Play Dough to Plato

Fun Energy Burning Easter Egg Hunt For Kids from Eats Amazing

Wobbly Easter Egg Spoon Balancing from And Next Comes L

Easter Egg Parachute Game from Teach Preschool

Exercise Eggs – Find and Move Scavenger Hunt from No Time For Flash Cards


How To Use Plastic Eggs In The Classroom For STEM

Magnetic Science With Plastic Eggs from Modern Preschool

Magnetic Eggs from Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

STEM Challenge Easter Egg Towers from The Resourceful Mama

Sink or Float from No Time For Flash Cards

Plastic Egg Tower: Open Ended Engineering For Kids from The Educators’ Spin On It

Word Work With Plastic Eggs from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard


How To Use Plastic Eggs In The Classroom For Literacy

Sight Word Match from The Happy Teacher

Compound Word Match from Lesson Plan Diva

CVC Easter Eggs from In My World

Break An Egg: Sight Word Scramble from Mrs Wheeler First

Word Family Eggs from Playdough to Plato

Letter Matching from The Happy Teacher

Name Recognition Eggs from Sparkling Buds

Practice Contractions With Plastic Eggs from Games 4 Gains

Math & Numbers

How To Use Plastic Eggs In The Classroom For Math

Teaching Kids To Count ON: Addition Eggs Freebie from Heidi Songs

Egg Coin Count from E is for Explore

What Time Is It? Time Matching Game from Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas

Easter Egg Toss Math Game from Mom Inspired Life

Counting Coins from Teaching With Nancy

Number Recognition Game Egg Activity from Little Bins for Little Hands

Make 10 from The Happy Teacher

EGG-CELLENT Addition from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard
And one more…

Plastic Eggs Math & Literacy Centers Ideas from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard

There are so many ways to incorporate fun with learning. Kids may get more excited about the activity they are presented with when it has a theme that is relevant in their lives. Plastic Easter Eggs are one thing that kids typically always enjoy. Not to mention they are cheap!


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