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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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