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Easter Egg Alphabet Hunt

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Years: F

Practise letter recognition with this Easter egg alphabet hunt activity.

We’re Going on a Egg Hunt – Letter Recognition Game

Create a fun Easter egg hunt with a difference. Students show their knowledge of both uppercase and lowercase letters as they go searching for pictures of Easter eggs behind letters. This Easter game requires minimal prep or resources. You can either use a pocket chart, or simply place the egg behind the letter cards on the floor.

How to Play

  1. Player one or the teacher hides an egg behind a letter. 
  2. Players take turns guessing which letter the gg is hidden behind by saying a letter name out loud.
  3. When a player guesses correctly, they keep th eegg and hide a new egg.
  4. Play continues intl all eggs are found!

This letter game is a great way for students to practise their instant recognition of lowercase and uppercase letters, an important early literacy skill.

Download & Print 

As this activity has been created as a use and reuse resource again, it is recommended that you print on thick card and use some form of storage container to ensure durability of the resource. 

If you’re looking for more resource storage hacks, this blog is super helpful: 18 Clever Classroom Storage Ideas for the Busy Teacher.

This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a Teach Starter collaborator.


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