Today’s printable pack is intended to complement our Easter Egg Number Match.
These cute Easter eggs can be used with your preschool students. Print them, cut them out, laminate them, and have fun matching upper and lowercase letters.
Ways to Expand the Lesson
- For more Easter fun, you can try this same activity using plastic easter eggs. Just write a lowercase letter on the bottom part of each egg and the matching uppercase letter on the top part of each egg. Then have your child match them and click them together. This is especially good for kids who need additional motor skills practice!
- Or grab Easter egg chalk and expand the lesson by practicing letter writing on the sidewalk outside.
- Or, if your child is able to write letters independently, you may want to write a lowercase letter (using sidewalk chalk, crayons, etc.) and have him or her write the corresponding uppercase letter.