Activities with Plastic Easter Eggs

 

Plastic Easter eggs are so versatile for all kinds of kids’ activities – not only for Easter, either!

We’ve barely scratched the surface, but here’s an overview of all the activities with plastic Easter eggs we’ve done so far.

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Kids' Activities with Plastic Easter Eggs from Simple Fun for Kids!

 

 

Easter Basket Sensory Soup. Simple to set up and great fun for toddlers and preschoolers!

 

Simple Water Play for Kids: Try this super simple Easter Basket Sensory Soup with toddlers, preschoolers, and even older kids! Lots of fun with something that you can set up easily in a few minutes.

 

Easter Egg Process Art. Super fun and messy!

 

Super simple art project with no paintbrushes: Easter Egg Process Art - perfect for kids of all ages, toddlers and preschoolers on up!

 

Full Body Easter Sensory Bin. I made this for N when he wasn’t able to sit up yet, but it would still be fun for an older baby.

 

Easter sensory bin for babies: Perfect for babies who can't sit up yet - and still fun when they're older!

 

Preschool Addition Game with Chicks and Eggs. Includes a free printable!

 

Easter Math for Kids: Preschool Addition Game with Chicks and Eggs {and a free printable!}

 

Easter Egg Color Matching for Toddlers. Extremely simple to set up!

 

Quick and simple Easter Egg Color Matching activity for toddlers - so easy to set up!

 

Baby Play with Plastic Easter Eggs. Super simple, but N great fun exploring the different types of eggs.

 

Preparing for baby's first Easter: Baby Play with Plastic Easter Eggs!

 

 

What are your favorite kids’ activities with plastic Easter eggs? Leave a comment below!

 

If you’re looking for more Easter activities, including those that don’t use plastic Easter eggs, click here!

 

 

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