Looking for an easy toddler activity for Easter? This is a hit!
My toddler loves to color sort, and he also loves to crack eggs. So this combination was right up his ally. Safe to say, we’ve played this easy toddler Easter activity 27 times this week.- rough estimate that also feels like 100.
It was EXACTLY what we needed for some indoor play.
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What’s inside this toddler Easter activity?
The best toddler activities are kept simple.
- Color matching – Be sure also to check out 35+ Brilliant Color Activities for Kids
- Egg cracking – fine motor
- Breakfast Invitation – we drink coffee as kids create
- Sorting and classifying
- Picking on the left and moving it to the right for eye-tracking
- Excitement for Easter
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Supplies to get started:
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Supplies for children should be kept simple. You can see that most supplies we use at home are everyday items. When I create toddler activities, I like to use a lot of what we already own.
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Setting up this toddler Easter activity is a breeze.
First, tape the white paper on the table and mark the paper with the pom poms’pom poms’ matching colors.
Then, place one pom pom in each egg.
Keep in mind that I put the Easter eggs into a basket to prevent them from rolling everywhere. Try that to keep supplies in one place with limited distractions.
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My toddler loved going through each Easter egg and finding what color was inside!
He also loved matching the pom poms to the color on the paper. After each match, my three-year-old would look at me and proudly announce the color name.
As a result, it was pure joy for him! Even better, cracking the eggs makes a great fine motor activity that will help with future pencil grip. – Read all about the Ages and Stages of Pencil Grip HERE.
Just like the best toddler toys, engaging toddler activities are open-ended and timeless!
When will you set up this toddler Easter activity?