Spring Break is officially over in 2 days and now the craziness of the last two months of school starts! I was so blessed to be able to go on a trip to Cancun with my family. Our days were full of fun, surf and sand. It was the perfect trip to relax and feel ready to tackle the end of this school year.
Easter is up next so I wanted to share with you some of my favorite Easter activities and of course some Easter FREEBIES!
These pastel Easter crosses are always such a hit with my kinder. They look a lot harder than they actually are and they are a beautiful classroom decoration. Check out the blog post how-to here!
“Bunny’s Noisy Book” by Margaret Wise Brown is also an Easter time favorite. This is a great book to read aloud and then do a graphic organizer storybook poster. You can check out that blog post here!
My first Easter Freebie is called “Hooray, It’s Easter!” This resource is a super fun way to bring bunnies, chicks, eggs and flowers into your classroom. Some of my favorite activities are the Belly Bunny Write the Room and the Eggstra Fun Science Experiment. Just click on the picture to download or go to the “Literacy and Theme” resource page. Scroll to the bottom where it says Easter/Spring and click on the picture to download.
My “Purple Egg Easter Book” is a very familiar pattern. My students love building the book then reading it to their families. It is great for practicing those color words too.
Lastly, my “Easter Print and Go Pack” focuses on the First Easter and brings a Christian Worldview into the classroom. I love the retell cards and Stained Glass Cross math activity. Both of these resources can be found on the “Christian Resource” page under Easter.
Speaking of freebies, I wanted to share with you all a website called education.com. They were kind enough to give my readers a free resource. Your young learners will love matching these spring-themed words and pictures in this beginner reading worksheet. For more activities to help your child develop reading and writing skills, head on over to education.com. To download the free resource click here.
I hope you can find some fun things to incorporate into your classroom as you celebrate Easter with your precious littles. What are some fun Easter activities you love to do? I’d love to hear about them in the comments!