Easter is fast approaching (even though it seems like it’s taking forever this year since it’s so late!). If you’re not one of the schools that is already on spring break, you may be looking for some activities with an Easter theme to do with your students this week. Check out some of the Easter products I have in my store today!
Although these are not Easter-themed writing prompts, they are written on strips so you can easily cut, fold, and put them in plastic Easter eggs (which are 0.99￠ for three dozen in stores right now!). Hide them around the classroom for a fun Easter egg hunt that ends in your students writing or put them in a basket on your desk to switch up the way your students find inspiration to write.
Want a quick literacy activity or maybe an independent reading center? This ready-to-print activity has your students creating words based on the letters in “Happy Easter.”
Use this ready-to-print template to have your students write a friendly letter to the Easter Bunny. It gives them practice writing and is a festive activity to get them excited about what might be in their Easter basket this year. There are a few different versions with different sizes of lines so you have options based on your students’ levels.
Switching gears to early math skills, this activity focuses on patterns of Easter egg designs. I recommend printing in full color and laminating for product longevity. It makes a great center for a small group or something fun to do during indoor recess (if your weather is anything like ours here in Western New York right now, you don’t have much of a chance to get outdoors!).