Kids will have working on visual discrimination with this fun, hands-on Easter Egg Pattern Activity for preschool and kindergarten age kids.
Easter Egg Pattern Activity
This activity is the perfect combination of a hands-on math activity with a free printable math activity. Kids will use plastic Easter eggs, free printable, and an empty egg carton to practice visual discrimination with preschoolers and kindergartners.
Start out by printing out the pages in color. I suggest laminating them for durability. This way you can put them in an Easter Math center and when don you can save them in a plastic folder with all the other Easter activities for next year!
Now cut the strips apart; there are 4 super cute, visual discrimination strips per page.
Patterns for Kids
This activity is such a fun way to work on patterns for kids! Simply set out a stack of the Easter Egg Pattern strips and a basket of regular plastic Easter eggs. You will want to make sure your variety includes the following colors: yellow, orange, pink, blue, green, and purple.
Pattern Activities for Preschool
In this Pattern Activity for Preschool, kids will put the Easter eggs in the egg carton in the order specified on the pattern strip. Repeat with the next strip. This is such a fun Easter math activity for young learners!
More Easter Activities for Kids
- Counting to 10 Easter Clip Cards
- Alphabet Easter Egg Hunt
- Printable Easter Craft for Kids
- Counting Jelly Beans Early Reader
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