Easter Egg Counting for Preschoolers

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Easter Egg Counting Activity for Preschoolers is great way to practice counting with your toddler or preschooler this Easter! This fun idea is also a great fine motor activity!

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How to Create Easter Egg Counting Tulips

  1. Grab your plastic Easter eggs and pipe cleaners. Thread the pipe cleaner through the holes in the bottom of the plastic eggs (If your eggs don’t have holes or if they are too small to thread the pipe cleaner through, use a pair of scissors to create small holes or to widen them).
  2. Twist the pipe cleaner to secure it to the Easter egg.
  3. Take your black sharpie and write the numbers 1-8 on the top part of the egg and the corresponding number of dots on the bottom of the egg

Counting Activity with Easter egg Tulips

Pour your pony beads into a bowl and invite your little one to count and decorate their Easter egg tulips. Have them identify the number first and them have them count that number of beads and slide them on down the pipe cleaner.

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  • Plastic Easter Eggs
  • Pipe Cleaners
  • Pony Beads
  • Bowl
  • Black Sharpie


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