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A collection of fun Easter crafts, worksheets, and activities for you to use in your classroom.
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Games and ActivitiesEaster Bingo Member
Each student makes their own Easter bingo board using the picture squares. Then the class plays Easter bingo together.Bunny Cut-Out Craft Free
Kids love to make this bunny with arms and legs that move. Color and cut out the rabbit's parts, then attach them together with brass paper fasteners.
PuzzlesEaster Word Search Member
Can your students find all of the Easter words hidden in the puzzle? Words to find include bunny, spring, grass, basket, lily, and many others. Perfect for third grade and up.Easter Word Search (Easy) Member
An easier version of the word search for first and second graders. Does not include words hidden diagonally or backwards.Easter Word Scramble Member
Can you unscramble all of these Easter words and win the bunny's golden egg? This worksheet is easy enough for third graders, but is challenging enough for kids and adults of all ages.
Language ArtsSyllable Egg Free
Read each word on the Easter egg and count the syllables. Color the egg according to the key.Synonym and Antonym Eggs Member
These eggs have synonyms and antonyms written in them. Color the synonym eggs yellow and blue. Color the antonym eggs pink and green.Editing: Haley's Basket Member
How many mistakes can you find in this Easter paragraph? Errors include capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.
Early LiteracyMake Sentences: Easter Word Cards Member
Students cut out 25 sight word cards. Then they rearrange them to make as many complete sentences as possible. Some cards have basic sight words, such as we, she, see, I, have, will, you, it, and can. Other cards have Easter-themed words, such as bunny, hop, grass, eggs, hide, and basket.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
Students use scissors to cut out five word cards. They rearrange them to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "Let's find the Easter eggs."
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
Students use scissors to cut out five word boxes. They rearrange them to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "What is in my Easter basket?"
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
Reading ComprehensionGreat Egg Hunt Member
Ian and his little sister, Amy, are hunting for eggs. Every time Amy sees Ian pick up an egg, she yells, "Mine!" Should Ian share his special eggs with his younger sister?Easter Parade Member
Erica's class is excited about their Easter float, and when Mrs. Jackson asks for a volunteer for a special part in the parade, Erica jumps at the chance. The part isn't what she expected, but it will certainly make her the star of the parade.
Writing (Story Pictures)Story Picture: Bunny Running Away Free
This black-and-white story picture shows a bunny running away from some baby chicks. Students color the picture and write a story to go along with the scene.Story Picture: Rabbits with Giant Eggs Member
This black-and-white story picture shows two Easter bunnies with giant Easter eggs.Story Picture: Easter Dress Up Member
This black-and-white story picture shows two kids dressed up in costumes. One of the kids is dressed like a bunny.Story Picture: Balloon Bunny Member
This black-and-white story picture shows a small rabbit with three helium balloons.Story Picture: Juggling Eggs Member
This color story picture shows a rabbit juggling colorful Easter eggs.
More WorksheetsEaster Coloring Pages Member
Eight pages of Easter pictures that kids can color in. These are terrific for kids who complete their work early and have extra time, or use them to compliment your students' Easter writing projects.April Calendar Member
Color the April Calendar, then add this year's important dates. This cute calendar has pictures of umbrellas and flowers.
Math Mystery PicturesAddition: Bunny Mystery Picture Free
Addition mystery picture of an Easter bunny with a basket of eggs.Subtraction: Bunny Mystery Picture Free
Subtraction mystery picture of an Easter bunny with a basket of eggs.Multiplication: Bunny Mystery Picture Member
Addition mystery picture of an Easter bunny with a basket of eggs.Division: Bunny Mystery Picture Member
Division mystery picture with a bunny, basket, and eggs.Color-by-Number: Bunny Mystery Picture Member
Color-by-Number mystery picture with a rabbit and eggs.
More Easter Math WorksheetsAddition: Easter Eggs Member
2-digit addition problems inside pictures of Easter eggs.Subtraction: Easter Eggs Member
2-digit subtraction problems inside of Easter egg pictures.Multiplication: Easter Eggs Member
2-digit multiplication problems inside pictures of Easter eggs.
See Also:Spring Worksheets
We have spring word puzzles, math activities, calendars for kids to color, and reading comprehension passages.Printable Calendars for Kids
Calendars for each month of the year. Students write the dates and holidays.St. Patrick's Day Worksheets
Print out leprechaun word searches, St. Patrick's Day word scrambles, coloring pages, and more.