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Kids will love learning to read with these adorable Easter bunnies. In this post, I talk about the Easter Egg Escape game that I played with my preschooler at home but this is just one of many ways you can use this set of free printable sight words.
Other Printable Easter-themed Centers and Worksheets
Bunny Carrot Match Up – Preschoolers can match the colors and count the carrots in this simple game.
Bunny Burrows Game – Kids will love this hands-on alphabet sounds game.
Easter Bunny Sight Words Setup
For this activity you will need:
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Playing This Fun Reading Game
Print out the sheets and cut them into individual reading cards.
If you plan to reuse this activity or work in a classroom, then I suggest laminating them.
Once you have your cards ready, there are so many ways you can use them!
With my preschooler at home, we played Easter Egg Escape. In this game, I put some tape all across a laundry basket in a random pattern and placed 30 eggs inside the basket.
With a big spoon, I asked him to scoop each egg carefully without breaking any of the pieces of tape so that the Easter eggs could ‘escape the jail’.
For each egg he scooped out, I had him read out one of the sight words. Only then would the Easter egg be ‘safe’.
He absolutely loved this use of the sight word cards and it was a good 1 hour well spent!
Some other ideas might be to use the cards in a treasure hunt around the classroom or house, using them in a sensory tub of some kind — really, the possible uses are endless!
Pair Up This Easter Bunny Activity
Looking for more Easter-themed games? Check out my 10 Literacy and Math Centers here.
Plastic Easter eggs – This is a set of 48 eggs that you can separate in halves and fill with prizes, puzzle pieces, clues, etc.
Easter Egg Color Matching toy – This is a great follow up toy for an Easter themed learning unit and works on a completely different preschool skill.