This Alphabet Matching Activity is a great way to repurpose the plastic easter eggs lying around in your house. It develops letter recognition, name recognition, color recognition and fine motor skills.
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What you need
- Plastic easter eggs
- Permanent Marker
- Write the uppercase alphabets on the top part of the egg and corresponding lowercase alphabets on the bottom part using permanent marker.
- You can do this for all the 26 letters, although I choose to do just the ones which form their name.
- Write your LOs name on a paper for them. For older kids who know how to spell their name, you might not need this.
- Take all the eggs, separate the top from the bottom and mix them up.
- Let your kids match the uppercase alphabets to lowercase alphabets to make the eggs whole again and arrange them to form their name.
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