Easter Eggs Rhyming Activity

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It looks like the season is changing and warmer weather is here and we are celebrating with our favorite spring-themed activities. This free Easter Egg Rhyming Activity will add some hands-on rhyming practice to your Kindergarten small groups or literacy centers!

*Pair with our Easy Readers Nursery Rhyme Collection!

Grab this free Easter Egg Rhyming Activity and add some hands-on learning fun to your Kindergarten small groups or literacy centers!

Easter Eggs Rhyming Activity

Rhyming is an important skill that can be tricky to master. We work on it a lot in Kindergarten and this Easter rhyming activity makes rhyming practice extra engaging!

This resource includes Easter egg rhyming cards AND an optional recording sheet for even more learning fun! It is sure to be a hit in your classroom because it’s so versatile.

Here are 3 of my favorite ways to play!

Sensory Bin

I love printing activities at a smaller size and using them in my sensory bins. Grab a simple plastic bin with a lid and you also have an easy way to store this activity too! You could also use any container you have on hand.

For this bin, I printed, laminated, and cut the Easter egg rhyming cards and added them to a bowl. Then I filled the bowl with coffee beans to give the look of Easter eggs hiding in the dirt.

If you have kiddos who need to practice their fine motor skills, they will have a blast practicing with this activity!

I printed, laminated, and cut the Easter egg rhyming cards and added them to a bowl to make a sensory bin.

Plastic Egg Hunt

Put a fun, academic spin on the traditional Easter egg hunt with this rhyming hunt!

To prepare, print this Easter rhyming activity 2 slides per page on regular printer paper. While I often love to print my center activities on cardstock for durability, this activity needs thinner paper.

After printing and cutting your pieces, fold each piece and place them in plastic Easter eggs. Place the eggs in a sensory bin, around your classroom, or even outside!

To play, students need to find 2 eggs with matching rhyming words and write their answers on the recording sheet.

Fold each Easter egg card and place them in plastic eggs. Hide the eggs for students to find matches.

RELATED RESOURCE: Write It! Easter Writing Center Activities

Matching Activity

Want to keep things simple? No worries! Print the rhyming cards and use them as a simple “Memory” matching activity!

Turn all of the cards face down and have students take turns flipping over 2 cards and looking for rhyming pairs that way.

If you’re in a pinch for time, leave all of the cards face up and allow students to simply search for the rhyming pairs.

If you're in a pinch for time, place all of the cards face up and allow students to search for the rhyming pairs.

No matter how you choose to use this Easter rhyming activity, your kiddos are sure to have fun practicing long vowel patterns and rhyming words!

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Are you ready to start rhyming and matching with your students? Grab your free copy of this Easter Egg Rhyming Activity by clicking the large, yellow download button at the end of the post!

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Kaitlyn
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4 Comments

  1. I have been teaching primary students for 32 years. Even veteran teachers, like myself, need fresh and exciting new things for our classrooms. Thank your for sharing your wonderful resources and ideas with us.

    1. Hi Beth,

      Thank you so much for sharing. We are so happy to help our community of fellow teachers – we are in this together. Have a great week! 🙂

  2. Thank you so much for sharing and your great suggestions of different ways to use this activity! Happy Easter!

    1. Darlene,

      You’re so welcome! We love activities that have multiple uses and ways to play. 🙂 Happy Easter!

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