Spelling Easter Eggs
These spinning Easter eggs make a great spelling game for home or school! A fun way to learn to spell, rhyme, and learn sight words. You can also use them to teach shapes, math, patterns, and more! A wonderful use for those leftover surprise Easter eggs!
What you’ll need:
Colorful surprise eggs
For the first egg:
Hold your egg sideways and on one side write the letters: R, B, P
On the other side, write the word endings: an, ug, ig
(Ran, Ban, Pan, Rug, Bug, Pug, Rig, Big, Pig)
For the second egg:
Hold your egg sideways and on one side write the letters: F, B, H
On the other side, write the word endings: at, all, it
(Fat, Bat, Hat, Fall, Ball, Hall, Fit, Bit, Hit)
Let your little ones spin the eggs until a capital letter matches with the word endings to form a full sight word (ex: F + all = Fall)
For added educational fun, use other eggs for shapes, math equations, patterns and more!