Easter Egg Activities for Rhyme, Beginning Sounds and Vocabulary

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I absolutely love these Easter eggs that Kyle created.  They are so colorful and make for fun and interactive center activities during spring.  I created three different activities for my preschool and kindergarten friends just for learning and practicing the early literacy skills of beginning sounds, rhyme and vocabulary.

When you download the Easter Egg Alphabet activity you’ll receive 26 eggs with upper-, lowercase letters and a picture with the beginning sound of the letter.  Just for the sake of organizing the pieces, a label for the activity is also included.

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 The Easter Egg Alphabet Activity can be found in my online Teachers Pay Teachers store or through the Make, Take & Teach website.

The Easter Egg Rhyme activity is one of my all-time favorite activities for practicing the skill of rhyme. Understanding that words are made up of separate speech sounds that can be changed to create new words is one of the key foundational skills for developing readers.  Rhyming activities are perfect for helping students appreciate the sounds in words.  When you download this activity you will receive 25 rhyming Easter eggs.

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 The Make, Take & Teach Easter Egg Rhyme activity can also be found in my TpT online store or through the Make, Take & Teach website.

Helping students understand similarities and differences between items is important in developing vocabulary.  When you download the Easter Egg Similarities activity you will receive 24 eggs with pictures containing words with similar characteristics. Be sure to have your students explain why the items are similar.

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 You can find the Easter Egg Similarities activity in my TpT store or through the Make, Take & Teach website.

Hope you enjoy these Easter themed activities!

 

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