We also did a whole bunch of activities with our plastic eggs. First he open each one to find either a pom pom or a foam bead. He used the bowls to sort them.
The he sorted each bowl. He sorted out the foam beads based on their shape and he sorted out the pom poms according to size. Since we haven’t done much with size I did the first set for him and then he matched the others to mine.
Finally he put the shapes and pom poms back into the corresponding color plastic eggs. He did a good job opening the eggs, but closing them was a little more challenging. Of course, I figured that it might be hard because I remember it being hard when I was a kid. He really did enjoy doing this activity though and got the eggs out several times.
We also dyed eggs. This was the first year that Lil’man was actually able to do it himself. To help him be more successful and to protect the eggs from cracking, a friend of my suggested we use the wire whisk trick. She saw the idea in Family Fun Magazine. It work like a charm, I just wish we had more than one.
Finally, we shared the story of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus using Resurrection Eggs. When he open the last egg he said, “Its empty.” We told him why it was empty and then he decided to play with the donkey and shout, “Hosanna.” One day he will understand the story a little bit better, but I am glad we have a physical illustration that he can touch and make small connections with now.
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