This unit has been expanded. So, make sure and get all the printables here.
We didn’t end up doing all of Easter this week because of the following:
- Illness (both E and Madonna struggled with allergies gone awry!)
- Packing (We’re moving folks!)
- We want to save a couple of things for closer to Easter!
That being said, we finished making our printables and want to get them in your hands! The lesson plan included is just a suggestion, but you can use these printables at your discretion!
Oh and since we haven’t used all of these printables yet, there may be some errors that we missed. Please let us know if you see anything, so we can fix it right away. Thanks!
Lesson Plan: The lesson plan includes all the lessons for the week, as well as optional ideas. Items following the lesson plan are just the printables or links to websites we used to teach these plans. (Please note: On top of our lesson plan we are reading books daily that relate to our theme.)
Memory Verse: This memory card is for daily use during our calendar time. You can learn more about calendar time at 1+1+1=1 or Homeschool Creations. Our weekly devotional is an object lesson that will help your child apply the meaning of the verse to them.
Egg Letter Match- Have your child match the capital letter to the lowercase letter to reinforce letter recognition.
Easter Egg Letter Match: Have your child match the capital letter to the lowercase letter to reinforce letter recognition.
Bunny Beginning Writing- For those tots that may struggle with following the lines, we have added a simpler writing activity. The 2nd activity has no lines (just a gray path), so all your child has to do is connect the cupid to his arrows, any way they can. You can use this document over and over again if you laminate it and then have you child write with dry erase markers. (Black dry erase wipes off easier than color ones.)
Easter Spelling- This activity will help your child begin to recognize that when letters are combined they form words.
Easter Egg Clip Cards– This activity will work on your child’s beginning counting skills, and their number recognition. The clothespin clipping also works on fine motor skills.
Easter Bunny Number Maze-This activity will help your child practice counting whole numbers 1-20 and 1-10 in order by 1s. (2 pages included in download.)
Roll and Cover Easter Egg-This activity will help your child begin to read and count whole numbers. You can use counting cards or a dice. (4Shared distorted the image, so please ignore.)
Jelly Bean Observations- Help reinforce senses, while making observations of Jelly Beans.
Jelly Bean Graphing – This activity will introduce your child to data collection and interpretation. Once you’ve completed the graph, make sure to ask simple questions. Such as, “Which color had the most (tallest bar)? Which color had the least (shortest)? How many (color) hearts did we have in our box?” Make sure to show them how to use the graph, instead of just counting the candy.
Easter Scavenger Hunt: Something fun to do this month with your kiddo!
We hope you enjoy these lesson plans and please let us know if you have any issues with downloading or using the items provided.
What a beautiful and cute unit – thanks for sharing! Good luck with the move.
I just found your blog. Lots to good stuff! I am going to follow and thanks for sharing!
You’re very welcome. Thanks for following and we look forward to hearing your thoughts! We always love hearing from fellow teachers! =)
We LOVED your jelly bean observations & graphing activities and featured them at our blog, Preschool Printables!
You can find the full feature here:
We were sure to give idea/photo credit, but we’d love for you to check it out! If there are any problems, we’ll be certain to take the feature down immediately.
Have a wonderful day,
I love the letter matching printables! I featured them today! Check it out and feel free to grab a featured button if you’d like!