Easter is sneaking up on me. In fact, I’m sorta trying to ignore it because it’s the same weekend as Littlest’s 12th birthday.
We do lots of fun stuff in our homeschool around Easter, and I don’t imagine that will ever change. Nature walks, rabbit studies (super easy since we raise rabbits), new chicks for the farmyard… You get it. Whether Easter is a religious thing for you or not, it offers plenty of learning opportunities.
For instance, every year we try a new method of coloring our eggs. Since my family absolutely loves what they call “Mom’s famous deviled eggs,” I don’t care if the boys think they’re too old for egg-dying. I have to have hard-boiled eggs for our Easter meal, so we science (or art) it up to keep it interesting.
If you’re looking for super fun ideas to celebrate and learn about Easter with your littles, well… You know me, I’ve got the goods.
I’ve got several Story Times that are Easter appropriate, and they include free printables, language, science, a craft, and even a recipe for a snack. Check these out:
You can also see more than 25 books suggestions to snug in your littles’ Easter baskets here:
My fellow bloggers are also hard at work bringing you some Easter good stuff, and just wait to see you all these ideas. I crush hard on the world of homeschool bloggers–all the great advice and suggestions from mamas who are or have been in the trenches, rocking this homeschool thing and showing the rest of us how to be creative. So let’s show them some love, shall we?
For more book suggestions, check out this amazing list of Easter board books from Vicki at Babies to Bookworms:
For an easy and awesome way to allow your very littles to color eggs, check out this incredible idea from Erin at Bambini Travel:
I love that Story Timing things up is such a popular thing–it means books are still rocking strong in this digital age. And Erin at My Storytime Corner has a younger take on Story Time that includes songs and all kinds of other fun. Homeschooling mamas offering options. Yeah yeah.
Looking for something really fun for older kids? Plus, you’re sneaking in some math? Kate over at Homebound but Hopeful offers this fantabulous puzzle activity that I am crushing hard on. (And totally stealing for my own homeschool! So thanks, Kate!)
If you’re looking for a little pre-Easter fun with a more religious theme, I’m loving this Lenten Craft from Ginny at Not So Formulaic. She’s so amazing and creative.
Need some Easter math for littles? Cassie at 3 Dinosaurs has some awesome printables for Easter egg counting!
Need some food ideas? Amy at Encouraging Moms at Home will show you how to roast Peeps and what to do with all your other leftover candy. Cerys from Rainy Day Mum (who rocks big time) has some Easter snack ideas for toddlers and preschoolers.
For loads of printable Easter fun, check out all the free yummy good stuff from Monique at Living Life and Learning. I think Monique is the printables master!
Just looking for some spiritual inspiration for your own soul? Michael from Alive to Grace is going to remind you what it means to have Jesus during the season. Try not to tear up.
I feel like I’ve covered all things Easter here, but if I haven’t, you’re welcome to throw things at me. Just don’t break your computer.
I hope your holiday is full of fun. I hope it’s warm for your Easter egg hunt. I hope nobody gets a cavity. I hope you remember, always, that
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