Saturday, March 24, 2012

Mix & Match Easter Egg Puzzles


  I cut out a several Easter egg shapes from different scrapbook paper patterns. Then I cut each egg into 4 sections, making sure I used different lines (straight, zig-zag and wavy). On a piece of cardboard I traced the egg shape and the different sections I made.
 

Then C was free to make her egg however she liked

 She made one that was all the same

Other ideas:
*Make patterns

*Adult makes one egg and the child has to make one that matches
(or take pictures of eggs you make, print them and child makes an egg to match picture)




Blog Note: This may be my last post for awhile - we are expecting baby #3 within the next 2 weeks or so and who knows when I will get around to posting something again :)

4 comments:

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  2. can you check out my new teaching blog and help me pick a design? Would really appreciate it. http://preschoolerdaze.blogspot.com/

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  3. great work..looking nice..:-)
    there are lots of advantages of these preschool activities..one is that children in preschool have the opportunity to socialize with other kids their age..
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  4. Nice craft. We had a similar one but instead of just a board, we made an egg out and design the rest like yours. It turns out really great and we use the end product to decorate our Enrichment Class for Kids.

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