With Easter just around the corner it’s time to share some Egg themed fun – crafts, activities and learning opportunities for all that were linked up from last week’s Tuesday Tots.
First off we have our own how to dye Egg Shells and then making egg shell collages – great fun especially if you have a little bit of a disaster when you get trying to blow eggs to decorate them with the kids.
I love ideas that encourage picky eaters – this Easter Egg Picnic idea from Toddling in the Fast Line looks a fantastic idea and once the weather improves we’ll be giving it a try here.
For babies and toddlers working on fine motor skills and hand eye co-ordination is great and the scoop and fill Easter Egg Activity from Plain Vanilla Mom looks easy to set up.
If you follow our blog you know we like paper plates this paper plate Easter Egg looks a lot of fun to make with the kids from We Made That.
Over on Buggy and Buddy they are creating art with sponges to make pretty Spring Easter Egg Baskets.
These Construction Paper Sun Catchers are a great variation on a fun craft from Sparkling Buds.
I’m yet to try it but this Washi Tape Easter Egg looks fabulous from The Gingerbread House.
Printing is a great activity and this Potato Masher Printed Easter Eggs look fantastic and would be great fun to make with the kids from Treading on Lego.
Playing with Easter Eggs can be fun – the two activities contained in this post from Adventures of Adam – a sensory egg hunt bin and then egg rolling in plastic guttering would keep toddlers, preschoolers occupied over the Easter Break.
Textured art like our egg shell collage is fantastic sensory art for kids and this Rice Easter Egg from Where the Imagination Grows is a great example.
These watercolour wooden egg art work for kids are a perfect way to introduce little kids to egg decorating as they won’t be able to crush or break their art work from Natural Beach Living.
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