Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards

 

Are your kids getting tired of the regular matching games I’ve been sharing for a few months now? N still likes them, but he’s become very interested in clothespins and he’s now ready for clip cards.

I think that’s awesome because they’re great for incidental fine motor practice while working on other learning objectives. I offer a lot of clip cards for more advanced topics (like counting, beginning sounds, addition, positional words, and more) but now I’m branching out into toddler themes!

Today, I have a set of eight Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards that go perfectly with the Easter Kids Matching Game for Toddlers I shared the other day.

Is your toddler getting tired of my printable matching games? Here's the next step up: Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards! Great fine motor practice for toddlers and preschoolers.

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Materials for Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The printable consists of two pages with four clip cards on each page.

Each clip card features a large colorful image of a kid with Easter eggs, a bunny, a basket, and other Easter-themed items. At the bottom, there are three smaller similar images, and one of them matches the large image.

The objective is to mark the matching image with a clothespin.

Is your toddler getting tired of my printable matching games? Here's the next step up: Easter Kids Matching Clip Cards! Great fine motor practice for toddlers and preschoolers.

Print out either one or both pages, laminate them for better durability, and cut the clip cards apart at the yellow lines.

To make preparation even faster and easier, you could leave the pages intact and use markers or manipulatives to mark the correct words. 

 

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Like the clip art?

Easter Kids Matching Game for Toddlers and Advanced Easter Cutting Practice Puzzles use the same set.

 

Want more Easter activities? Here are a few others I’ve picked out for you!

Fizzy Easter Cookie Cutters

Easter Egg Matching Game

Baby Play with Plastic Easter Eggs

Easter Egg Fingerprint Cards

Painting with Rolling Eggs by Hands On As We Grow

Easter Playdough Activities for Toddlers by Happy Hooligans

 

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