Scrap Paper Easter Eggs
Toilet Roll Easter Bunnies
Easter Split Digraphs
Find the Easter Words
Easter egg number bonds
Use plastic easter eggs for this activity or alternatively cut egg shapes from paper or card. Use a marker to write the number bonds to 20 on the eggs and then mix them up and use your number bond knowledge to match them correctly. For extra challenge don't match the colours when writing the numbers on your eggs.
Use your plastic Easter eggs to practise counting in 2s, 5s or 10s.
For this Easter science experiment you will need:
- hard boiled eggs
- small jars or glasses
- large glass or plastic container
- paint brushes
- bicarbonate of soda
- food colouring or liquid watercolours
This experiment is best done outside in the garden as it can get a bit messy!
- Measure 2 tablespoons of bicarbonate of soda into each jar.
- Add a few drops of food colouring.
- Add a little bit of water at a time until it becomes a thick paste.
- Use your paste to paint your egg. The more paste you get on your egg, the better!
- Fill your large glass or container with vinegar.
- Carefully lower your paste covered eg into the glass of vinegar and see what happens!
- When you're ready, carefully take the egg out of the glass and leave to dry.