Easter Activities using Plastic Eggs

Mar 19, 2013

Easter Eggs, Decorating Eggs, Easter Crafts, Egg Craft, Egg Decoration, Plastic Egg Activity


Welcome to  TUESDAY TOTS for this week.
Brought to you by Learn with Play at home (us), Rainy Day Mum
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This Week:
Learn with Play at home is featuring

Fun Activities for Easter using Plastic Eggs


These great activities all came from last weeks Tuesday Tots linkup
where we featured Activities to promote Imaginative Play




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Obviously there are Easter Activities galore at the moment! We happen to have a whole lot of plastic eggs (that I bought very cheaply at the end of Easter last year) so I've been on the hunt for fun and different ways to use them for crafting, playing and learning.

Here are 6 fun posts that were linked up to Tuesday Tots last week that I thought provided some great inspiration and ideas for ways to use them.




1) 10 Ways to recycle Plastic Eggs. Have a look at these 10 fun ideas from KC Edventures.


2) Easter Fun Arts and Crafts. Here's a few lovely ideas for some lazy Sunday crafting time with the kids from Discovering The World Through My Son's Eyes. 


3) Easter Egg Hunt Bubble Bath. Momma's Fun World share with us their super sudsy, super fun Easter themed bath.



4) Easter Glitter Eggs. Ok, fine, these ones from At Home with Ali are actually created using foam eggs but they were so lovely that I just had to share them. You'd totally be able to do them with plastic eggs as well. :)


5) Magnetic Easter Sensory Bin. Here they use plastic eggs along with some other fun things to create an educational sensory bin from Suzy Homeschooler


6) 8 Backyard Family Easter GamesIt's time to get moving with this list of fun and creative backyard Easter themed games (some using plastic eggs, some not) from My Little Bookcase.


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Happy playing,
Debs :)



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6 comments:

  1. Hi there! Thank you so much for featuring my Easter Fun Arts and Crafts! I feel so special, and of course, I'll be grabbing a badge. :)

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  3. Thanks for featuring our foam eggs. You are right you probably could do the same thing with plastic eggs. The glue might drip off a bit but that would probably make some great effects :)

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  4. Thanks so much for featuring our Easter Bath Egg Hunt. Hope you have fun trying it out. I know the kids will love it. :-)

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  5. Wow! Thanks so much for featuring out Easter Egg Wreath - we just 'snapped' together another one for this year. Love the Easter round-up of ideas!

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Thanks for taking the time to comment! I love reading them all.