Okay. I have a confession to make.
I love holidays. Like, really love holidays. And Easter is my second favorite.
And I have a terrible habit of over buying things when it comes to celebrating.
So, of course, I always end up with way too many of those little plastic Easter eggs, and I never know what to do with them after Peter Cottontail stops by our house.
Yay! We’ve found the eggs, stuck the stickers, and eaten the treats.
We could throw them away, but that feels wasteful.
Here are a few super simple, easy-to-create ideas to use so you can recycle those eggs.
Do you do anything with your leftover eggs?
Reading and Letter Recognition
Pick a word your preschooler is working on – we chose his name. One side of the egg has capital letters, and the other side has lowercase.
Counting and Matching
Ez loves this one (in fact, he’s sitting next to me and playing with them right now!) This one is pretty straight forward – count the dots and match the number!
Plastic eggs make a good addition to your Play-Doh tool box, adding an element to those fun creations! Check out the camel Ez made!