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Get into the Easter spirit with these themed colouring sheets for children in the early years. There are five designs, featuring Easter bunnies and chocolate eggs.
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A set of three chicken-inspired papercrafts suitable for younger children. The set includes two card ideas, one 3D cockerel craft and printable template design. It’s a perfect Easter, Spring or farmyard craft that children will love.
Single-page illustrated activity sheet with an Easter theme. Pupils are tasked with entering the missing numbers below a series of egg baskets, so that the two numbers underneath each basket add up to 10.
A useful Easter craft idea to use up patterned colouring pages or patterned paper suitable for any age group.
A cute egg cosy sewing craft suitable for stitching or gluing, includes a printable to scale template. Children will love making these cosies and would make an excellent Easter or Spring craft project.
Invite your early years charges to practise their colouring skills and number recognition with these Easter-themed colouring sheets. There are four unique designs, featuring Easter Bunnies and chocolate eggs. Children can follow the colours suggested or express their creativity.
This colourful time of the year is perfect for getting creative in class and making treats that can be treasured for years to come as mementos of children’s school days.
So here are some nice crafting ideas to try with your class this Easter, from Charlotte Baldwin of IQ Cards.
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You’ve probably got a number of Easter items available, so why not use them to enjoy some sensory play and incorporate them in an Easter-themed Tuff Tray like this one from Learning and Exploring Through Play?
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These awesome bunny cups are easy to make and are part of a spring maths activity on stimulatinglearning.co.uk.
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What’s the perfect art material for some Easter art? Carrots of course! The children have been experimenting with different ways to make their mark with them this week.
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