Happy Easter, everyone! As I was making this page, I couldn’t help but smile thinking of all the silly things kids would write on an application to be the Easter Bunny! This will definitely be a fun Easter writing prompt for kids!
This is one of my spring color by number pages. It uses simple addition and subtraction, so it’d be good for kindergarten or (maybe struggling first graders). The kids color sections of the picture based on the answer to the question.
This craft made me laugh out loud when I saw the picture. Naturally, I had to share it with you. This bunny hat craft is very simple so children as young as preschool could make it with help. There’s even a nice tutorial at Busy Bee Kids Crafts. Enjoy!
This picture was too cute not to use. So I turned it into a story starter for spring. Have your students review the parts of a story and then plan each part of their story (using the attached planning page) before they get to work on any of their drafts. Once they’ve had a peer edit it, and they’ve written their final draft, they can color the large version of the picture and display it with their final piece. Super fun, and super cute. What’s not to love!?
Here’s another Easter/spring folk song from my childhood that took me forever to recover. I couldn’t find a video that has the music, so I’ll keep on the look out for one. So make up your own tune, or just read it and chuckle.
I know a baby chick-chick On a mountain top When he starts to yodel He never ever stops.
Who’s that baby chick-chick So happy hooray Who loves to sing and yodel While walking on his way?
It’s Yah-noo-chick-chick is a Chick-chick- chick, A chick-chick who can yodel!
Yah-noo-chick-chick is a Chick-chick- chick, A chick-chick who can yodel!
When you hear his song, “Yo-de-lee-o” Sing along: “Yo-de-lee-o” And you can see it’s fun to be A chick-chick who can yodel!