2. You can put a capital letter on one end of an egg and its lower case letter on the other. Break them open, mix them up, and have your child search for the match. I did eggs with matching capital letters for JDaniel.
3. You can put together a set of toys or pictures and have your child put them in the egg that has the beginning letter on it.
4. You can put a number on one end of the egg and a set of corresponding dots on the other end. They can then match the tops and bottoms or place the correct number of objects in the egg.
5. You can mix up the colors of the tops and bottoms then have your child match the colors correctly.
6. You can make maracas with whole grain circular cereal. Just watch that is doesn’t come apart and become a bowl for a snack.
7. You can put objects in the eggs and have the children match the sounds like Activity Mom did this week.
8.You can put them in a plastic spoon and try to carry them around the house.
9. You can sort them by colors.
10. You can use them like cupcake liners for Muffin Tin Monday.
11. You can make a nest with blocks; fill it with eggs, place in a toy bird, and talk about signs of spring.