Easter Activities for Kids

Looking for simple activities to do with your kids to celebrate Easter? Here are all the Easter activities we’ve done so far – perfect for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and some of them are fun for older kids, too!

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Check out all the Easter activities for kids on Simple Fun for Kids! Perfect for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and some of them are fun for older kids, too!

 

There’s something for everyone: Crafts, printables, learning activities, sensory activities, and more!

My personal favorite is the Full Body Easter Sensory Bin for Babies – such a great way to let babies who can’t sit up yet join in on the fun.

My readers’ favorite post is the Free Printable Easter Egg Matching Game.

 

E is for Easter Egg Dot Marker Coloring Pages

Easter Bunny Addition Clip Cards

Easter Spot the Difference

Easter Bunny Counting Cards

Super Simple Easter Word Search for Kindergarteners

Easter Basket Counting Puzzles. 2-piece puzzles covering number 0-11, similar to Easter Egg Counting Puzzles.

Rainbow Easter Egg Color Matching Game. Match the Easter eggs and the baskets!

7 Days of Easter Printables for Kids. A short series where I published a new Easter printable every day, covering math and literacy skills for different age groups.

Fizzy Easter Eggs. Just baking soda, vinegar, and plastic Easter eggs for great fun!

Easter Printables for Kids. All of my Easter printables in one spot.

Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards. They go perfectly with my matching games but work on different fine motor skills.

Easter Kids Matching Game for Toddlers. One in a long line of matching games for toddlers – super cute!

Advanced Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles. Challenging cutting practice for kids with great fine motor skills.

Easter Egg Counting Puzzles. Simple 2-piece puzzles for numbers 0-11.

Toddler Play with Plastic Eggs and Pompoms. Great boredom buster with simple materials.

Easter Egg Process Art. This was so much fun!

Easter Egg Fingerprint Cards. This is a simple craft for kids of all ages – moms included 😉

Coffee Filter Eggs. Markers, coffee filters, and water make very pretty decorations!

Marbled Eggs. One of our shaving cream marbling crafts. We used foam sheets instead of paper this time.

Egg Shell Collage. Recycle some of those colorful Easter egg shells and turn them into art!

Stained Glass Egg. A fun suncatcher from contact paper and tissue paper.

Easter Basket Sensory Soup. Plastic Easter eggs, Easter grass, and water were great fun to play with!

Fizzy Easter Cookie Cutters. Baking soda, colored vinegar, and Easter cookie cutters – quick, simple and FUN!

Easter Sensory Tub. A bit of a different touch with an egg carton and real egg shells.

Baby Play with Plastic Easter Eggs. N’s first Easter activity exploring a basket full of Easter eggs.

Full Body Easter Sensory Bin for Babies. N wasn’t able to sit up yet, so I made him a large scale sensory bin to lie down in.

Easter Egg I Spy Game. A traditional I Spy game with eggs in many different colors and patterns that are all pretty distinct visually.

Eggs Everywhere! Emergent Reader. A little booklet young kids can read by themselves or with a little help. Includes lots of sight and color words.

Easter Coloring Pages. Each page includes a sentence to go with the image.

Easter Egg Sight Word Read and Cover Game. A fun way of reviewing pre-primer sight words.

Free Printable Easter Egg Matching Game. For all kinds of memory or matching games.

Easter Egg Color Matching for Toddlers. A very simple color matching game that you can set up within minutes.

Preschool Addition Game with Chicks and Eggs. Works on basic addition facts and includes a free printable.

 

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  1. Hi! I’m doing an Easter activity roundup and I’d like to link back to your post, is that fine with you? You have some very cute activities here! Thanks!