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  • Angela Perlupo

    I just did this to 26 of our eggs. This would make an Easter egg hunt more fun and challenging. Uppercase and lowercase letter matching game for your little ones. What to do with those ubiquitous plastic eggs that, for the first time, doesn't involve putting something IN them. So, so smart.

  • Michelle Angelyn

    I love any and all holiday related activities, even something as simple as matching upper case and lower case letters on plastic Easter eggs. This activity is easy to make, inexpensive, and can be a quiet time activity, or a group learning activity. You can suggest it to parents as an at home activity, and you can also make other types of matching games like addition and subtraction.

  • Tiffany McIver

    alphabet eggs, teaching letter recognition, matching game, Easter eggs

  • Deven Bunnell

    Uppercase and Lowercase Egg Matching. Something to do with those plastic eggs after the big Easter egg hunt.

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