The Blog — Easter
Printable Easter Egg Banner
This is probably the easiest Easter banner DIY you could ever do! Which is awesome, because who really wants to take forever making an Easter banner when you could whip one up in just a few minutes? First grab the free Easter Egg Banner Printable file. Then print all the pages on cardstock and cut out the eggs (print as many pages as you want, so you can repeat colors and patterns). You can punch a hole in the tops of the eggs and run ribbon through them. Or if your kids hide your hole punch, and you...
Easter Egg Bingo Free Printable Game
Today I plan on playing Easter egg bingo with my kids. It's great for my younger kids to practice their matching and turn taking skills - but my older kids also love it. It might be because we use treats as place markers and we get to eat them when we win.... This free printable bingo game comes with six bingo cards, and a set of calling cards.
Free Easter Printables for Cupcakes
Sometimes at our house the Easter Bunny likes to leave cupcakes as well as baskets and eggs. This year the cupcakes are going to be cuter than ever with these free Easter cupcake wrappers and toppers. This comes with six different cupcake wrappers, and twenty-four different 1 1/2" circles as toppers.
Colored Eggs Match Printable File Folder Game
File folder games are some of my favorite quiet time activities. We take them to church, on car trips, to the Dr's office - - pretty much anywhere I know my kids are going to need to suppress their wild animal tendencies for awhile. This file folder game is especially fun because it has colored Easter eggs that can either go in the basket, or matched to their spot on the grass. My preschooler loves it because even though she can't read the words she still knows where the eggs go. (And I hope that seeing the words over and...
Easter Egg Match: printable card game
Easter is literally around the corner, so have some fun with your kids by playing our free printable card game, Easter Egg Match. You can let the littlest kids find matches by looking at the cards face up. Or turn the cards over and play Concentration. You can also play Go Fish, or Old Maid, or whatever other card game you can think of. And there are fewer cards than a regular deck, so you don't have to worry about the short attention spans of little kids. Just click to get the free download: