Printable – Easter Games Package

Easter activities, preschool activities,

Easter games, preschool Easter games, preschool matching schools

Easter games, Unscramble games

 

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word search games, Easter games

Easter is around the corner. Because it is so close, if you’re like me you’re looking for games and activities to occupy the kids.  While I’m preparing dishes and hosting other Easter festivities, I find it helpful for the children to distract and happy. Mother 2 Mother has created games to help stimulate the mind and occupy preschoolers.  We’ve also created an unscramble and word search game for older children.  Our Preschool Easter Matching Game will help preschoolers recognize differences and similarities.  Word Search and Unscramble games can help older children with letter and word recognition, vocabulary and spelling. 

Early childhood development is essential in a child’s education.  Matching items/objects helps to develop their logic and make connections as well.  It also helps to develop the desire to learn and builds a solid foundation for success.  Early childhood development sets children on a clear path for success in Kindergarten and beyond.

Our Preschool Easter Matching game is filled with fluffy bunnies, cute chicks, brightly colored eggs, and chocolate eggs.  Just the same, lets not leave out the carrots for Easter Bunny.  Because rabbits love them.  Our matching game is sure to grab the attention of any preschooler.  However, our Word Search and Unscramble games will challenge the older children.  Furthermore, I hope your Easter includes lots of colored eggs, cookies, and chocolate bunnies . Be sure to reward yourself too.

In conclusion, feel free to print these activities sheets. They can be downloaded here.  How are you helping your preschooler to develop logic and problem solving skills?  How about older children?  Do you challenger their vocabulary, spelling, or word recognition skills. Please leave a comment below. 

 

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  1. Kids? Ha! I always like to play games like this with the adults after dinner! Your word scramble would be perfect. I’m coming back to print it out. Thank you! I always offer small cash prizes and the parents really compete to win with a vengeance! At our house, the kids don’t want to play games – they just want to stuff their faces with candy!

    • Rhonda Gales says:

      I never thought about adults playing, but that’s a great idea. Money is always a good incentive. My grandchildren love games, but they also like to eat the candy as well. So does grandma. I love those chocolate and peanut butter eggs.  So good.  Thanks for stopping by Joyce.