Easter (and Springtime in general) is such a great time of the year! It isn’t too hot, or too cold and everything outside is starting to bloom. In addition to our Passover Science Experiments and Lesson Plan, we put together a fantastic list of Easter science experiments like how to make unicorn poop slime out of Peeps, or fizzing, rainbow Easter eggs. We will also work on math using jelly beans, do tons of free printable Easter reading and writing worksheets and make Easter bunny origami bookmarks! You will even learn the history behind Peeps! But before we start, don’t forget to join our Facebook Group and “like” our Facebook Page, so you won’t miss out on any of our educational fun!
🧪 Easter Science: Peeps Unicorn Poop Slime & More DIY Fun
- Oh my goodness, if you are only going to do one Easter Science Experiment, make it this one!!! Make edible, unicorn poop slime out of Peeps using this recipe. Your kids will think you are a rockstar (which you are!).
- Make fizzing, rainbow Easter eggs out of baking soda and vinegar with this fun science experiment.
- Want to dye some Easter eggs in a new, cool way? How about making some galaxy marbled Easter eggs using oil and vinegar with this experiment.
- Have an engineers-in-training? Give them a bag of jelly beans and a box of toothpicks for hours of fun building jelly bean structures with this Easter Science Project.
- What liquid dissolves Peeps the best? Pick a few liquids, record your hypothesis, test it out and write what happens, all using this free printable workbook.
- What solution will keep flowers fresh for the longest? Try a variety of different liquids suggested (or you can experiment and use your own!), form your hypothesis and record your results using these worksheets. There is even a “Seed Race” activity at the end of the packet to test out your green thumb!
- No time to do a hands-on Easter science experiment? No problem, Steve Spangler has a fantastic page full of fun Easter Science Experiments that you can watch here.
📚 Free Printable Easter Reading & Writing Worksheets
Our Kindergarten – 2nd Grade story of the day is Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure. You may listen to the read aloud, if you do not own it!
For all kids, Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade, there are tons of free, printable, Easter worksheets to help your kids work on their reading, writing and reading comprehension skills! Take your pick from this mega list:
- Easter Writing Prompt Worksheets
- Jelly Bean History Reading Comprehension Worksheet
- Non-fiction Easter worksheet that focuses on the concepts of “topic” and “main idea” of a passage.
- Kindergarten – 2nd Grade Easter Reading & Writing Worksheets
- (Super Fun! My kids highly recommend this one!!!) “Would You Rather” Spring and Easter Question Worksheet
- (Pre-Kindergarten) Rhyming, Counting, Initial Sound Spring Worksheets
- (Kindergarten) Easter Egg Sight Words (Dolch Primer) Color by Word Worksheets
- (Kindergarten) Easter Vocabulary Words Reading and Writing Worksheets
- History of Peeps Candy Reading Comprehension Worksheet
- “If I Were the Easter Bunny” Writing Prompt Worksheet
- Easter Word Search Worksheet
- 3rd – 5th Grade Easter Reading & Writing Worksheets
- Easter Cottontail Rabbit Non-Fiction Passage and Fact vs Opinion Writing Prompt Worksheets
- Easter Surprise Poem Reading and Comprehension (Flesch-Kincaid Reading Level 4.4) Worksheet
- The Butterfly Spring Poem and Reading Comprehension Questions Worksheet
🧮 Easter Math Worksheets & Jelly Bean Game
Want some free printable math Easter worksheets? Here are some great options.
- This Easter math game can be done with addition or multiplication (great for multiple grades and ages!). You roll two dice and either add or multiply the numbers together, then cover your answer on the game board with your Easter Egg. The first person to get four in a row, wins!
- Kindergarten – 2nd Grade Math Worksheets
- Addition Using Plastic Easter eggs Worksheets
- Jelly Bean Sorting, Counting and Graphing Worksheets
- 100’s Chart Mystery Easter Bunny Picture Worksheet
- Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division Easter Math Maze Worksheets
- Easter Bunny Color by Sum (Addition) Worksheet
- (2nd Grade) Easter Math Packet
- 3rd – 5th Grade Math Worksheets
- Plan an Easter Egg Hut: Multiplication and Division Word Problems Worksheets
- What’s the difference between a right angle, an obtuse angle and an acute angle? Work on your geometry with this fantastic spring scavenger hunt worksheet.
🖌 Easter Bunny Origami Bookmark & Art Projects
I absolutely LOVE this rainbow, chalk pastel, bunny art project! I would totally try the concept with other stencils too, like making the first letter of your child’s name (I have a weakness for monograms)!
Want something less messy? This Easter Bunny origami corner-bookmark project is just adorable!
Or you can make a marbled bunny art project using acrylic paint, which turns out really pretty too!
🤸♀️ Easter Exercise Freeze Dance
Let’s do an Easter bunny “dance and freeze” to get our energy out, with Jack Hartmann’s great springtime movement song!
And the most fun part… share a photo or video of your Easter science experiments, your Easter art (or of any of the other fun activities) on Facebook! Make sure to include a link to this website or to our Facebook Group and Facebook Page, so that we can see it too! I’ve purposefully added a lot of options for parents who need to keep their kiddos occupied for more time and to allow you to cater to your children’s preferences.
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