Easter bunny is busy. at
Easter he has to hide thousands of Easter eggs. the children go and search for the eggs.
and put them into an
Easter basket. colour the picture in cheerful Easter colours.
give the picture to someone who likes eating Easter eggs.
which objects are related to Easter?
use bright colours to colour in these objects.
give the colouring page to the Easter bunny.
or to someone you love.
florist shop in colour for you to make yourself. print out the
shop using a colour printer on strong paper. cut out the florist shop and fold it up into a lovely house.
put glue on the flaps and stick the
shop together. would you prefer to colour in the florist shop yourself?
here for the colouring page.
who brings yummy eggs at
Easter? join the dots from 1 to 75 and you’ll find out.
then colour in the picture in pretty colours.
give the drawing to someone you love.
isn’t it lovely to be given Easter eggs at
Easter . you can store the mini
eggs in this box. or you can fill the box wth
mini eggs and give it to someone as a present. print out the picture on strong paper and colour it using fresh Easter colours.
cut out the box along the grey line and fold up along the dotted lines.
put glue on parts a, b, c and d (not on the lid flap) and stick the box shut.
fill the box with yummy
in this grid are 5 groups, each containing 5 different
Easter eggs. start by separating the eggs that are the same.
make 5 groups with 5 different
Easter eggs in each group. then colour in all the
Easter eggs with colours that you like.
follow the dotted lines with a coloured pencil.
use different colours to make your
Easter egg even prettier. then colour in the Easter bunny on the picture in bright colours.
take the picture with you to
school and show it to everyone.
cheep… cheep… cheep.
maths with chicks and eggs.
connect each egg to the correct chick.
then colour in all the chicks and eggs using colours that you like.
candle creates a cosy glow. print out this puzzle on
strong paper. first colour in the puzzle and then cut it out along the lines into 3 pieces.
when you arrange the puzzle pieces in the right order, you’ll have a beautiful
which objects are
birthday-related? take a good look at the objects.
only colour in birthday-related objects.
hip hip hurrah!
show the Easter bunny how well you can count.
how many objects can you count in each box?
link each box to the correct number.
if you’ve got everything right, you can treat yourself to an Easter egg…
would you like to do even more
games and exercises? download the free Easter book of games (age 4 to 6 years) here.
would you like to dress up as the Easter bunny?
then print out the colouring page on
strong paper and colour it in. cut out the ears and the strips.
use a stapler to staple the strips to the ears like in the picture.
if you’re looking for more Easter
craft ideas then download the free Easter craft book here.