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  • Kristen

    Rotten egg game You can play this game two different ways. For working on same/different, you can place like objects in all of the eggs except one. Then add a different object to the remaining egg. Have your child open the eggs and find which one doesn't belong or is different. To work on turn taking, you can put a variety of objects in all of the eggs except one (leave this one empty...that's the rotten egg). Then take turns opening eggs until someone gets the "rotten egg".

  • Julie Brown

    Playing House: 10 Fun Learning Games Using Plastic Eggs

  • taffy_01

    easter egg games for tots

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Egg counting I picked up some stickers at the dollar store and put the numbers 1,2,3 on the eggs.  You can have your little one count and add just about anything to the eggs (pom poms, pasta, paper, stickers, erasers...).  This activity also works on fine motor skills since they have to open/close the eggs.

Easter Egg option - Hide-n-seek puzzles (All you do is print off some pictures, cut them in half and place one half in an egg and the other half in a different egg. This is a great activity for language development since you can talk about the object once your little one finds the matching pieces.)

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Green eggs and ham~Dr.Seuss or St. Patricks Day. Made these for Emily, Molly, and my class for Dr. Seuss b-day. Huge hit! So cute and easy!

Edible Finger Paints: fun for everyone! Especially the 1 year old with major sensory issues.

Girls Jumbo Monogram Sweatshirts-Toddler Sizes on Etsy, $22.00