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  • Rosemarie Fernandez

    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.

  • Elise Apers

    Uppercase and Lowercase Egg Matching...good quiet time activity Great idea for leftover easter eggs!!!

  • Alisyn Stratton

    Uppercase and Lowercase Egg Matching.. good summer quiet time activity Great idea

  • Levi Irwin

    Uppercase and lowercase letter matching game with plastic eggs. Not for a few years but a great idea

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