7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids

Have you seen my 24 Days of Christmas Printables Christmas Countdown or the corresponding toddler version? They were my first tries at creating daily series of printables, and while they were a LOT of work and yes, sometimes quite stressful for me to get done, they showed me how much my readers love a daily series!

I’ve since realized that 7-day series are easier to keep up with for both you and me and super fun for everyone, as shown by the 7 Days of Groundhog Day Printables and 7 Days of St. Patrick’s Day Printables!

My daughter actually asked me if we were going to do another series soon, so here it is: 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids! As usual, we’ll be covering math and literacy themes for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners, one printable a day for a whole week.

Follow along with my 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids! There are literacy and math themes, matching, sight words, counting, addition, fine motor practice, and more!


The series starts on Monday, April 3! {That’s next Monday!} In the meantime, you can check out other Easter printables I’ve shared already.

I know that it’s not easy to remember to come back on a daily basis. That’s why I’ve set up a daily reminder that you can get every morning as a new Easter printable goes live. Simply sign up below!

However, if you prefer to come back on your own daily, I’ll be adding the links to this post every day. Make sure to bookmark and/or pin the post to make it easier to get back here!


Day 1: Rainbow Easter Egg Color Matching Game

Match the colors and put the eggs in the baskets with this cute printable Rainbow Easter Egg Color Matching Game for toddlers and preschoolers! (Day 1 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids series.)


Day 2: Easter Basket Counting Puzzles

Practice counting from 0-11 with these cute Easter egg-filled Easter Basket Counting Puzzles! 2-piece puzzles for preschoolers and kindergarteners. (Day 2 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids.)


Day 3: Super Simple Easter Word Search for Kindergarteners

Learning to read? Try this cute printable Super Simple Easter Word for Kindergarteners! (Day 3 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids series.)


Day 4: Easter Bunny Counting Cards

Practice counting and 1:1 correspondence with these cute printable Easter Bunny Counting Cards! My toddler loves them, but they're also great for preschoolers and kindergarteners - anyone who's just learning to count.


Day 5: Easter Spot the Difference

This cute Easter Spot the Difference printable is a fun way to practice visual discrimination for toddlers and preschoolers. 2 levels of difficulty. (Day 5 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids.)


Day 6: Easter Bunny Addition Clip Cards

So cute! Practice addition up to 5 with these printable Easter Bunny Addition Clip Cards! Perfect for kindergarteners who are learning to add! (Day 6 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids.)


Day 7: E is for Easter Egg Dot Marker Coloring Pages

Learn about the letter E with these cute E is for Easter Egg Dot Marker Coloring Pages for toddlers and preschoolers. (Day 7 of the 7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids.)



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This Feed the Shark bundle includes all of the important areas of early childhood education: Letters, numbers (1-40), sizes, and colors in a super engaging feed the animal game. The bundle also includes task cards and matching storage labels.

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  1. how to i get the copy without each time putting in my email?

    1. Hi Julie, at this time, you have to enter your email address for each printable. However, I have a membership site in the works that I’m going to launch next week 🙂
      Have a great day,