I’m finally trying to catch up though! Yay! Today, I want to share a little something that I created for my little niece – a fun Easter inspired shape matching work. I thought these little Easter inspired bunnies were just so cute and silly that I couldn’t help myself!
Easter Activities for Preschoolers: shape matching printables
Why: These printables are a fun way to practice shape recognition and shape matching.
How: To present the activities, I like to keep things simple. Everything goes in a tray. The mats don’t tend to move around much, but the cards can go everywhere so I place them in a bowl or in a small wooden tray.
I like to keep the presentation neat and simple. Of course, with something like this, you don’t need to even present it on a tray. It’s a fun and quirky little activity.
Related: You’ll also love our Easter Pin Punching
You could also consider laminating the printables for additional durability. You could add velcro dots for younger children to help keep the cards in place. If you do decide to do that, it could make it easier to take activities with you on the go – for entertainment in the car or, for example, for doctor’s office waits, or restaurants.
I do really like how cute these turned out even if they are a bit different than our normal style of work. Isn’t it just so cute with the little bunny shapes??? Y thought they were so silly! He was laughing because ‘mama, bunnies can’t be stars, that’s so funny!’ It was pretty funny (and shows the importance of using realistic images the majority of the time, huh?).
Anyway, I thought these little bunnies and carrots were a cute and funny way to get a little bit of Easter fun onto the shelves! You can download your own free copy below!
Get your set of Easter Shape Printables
- 2 mats with pink shapes
- 12 bunny shapes
- 2 mats with orange shapes
- 12 carrot shapes
More Easter Activities