Free Easter Printables for Number Practice
Today we’re excited to share with you our free Easter printables for number practice. They’re a fun way to get in a little extra number practice and we’re sure your little ones will enjoy these just as much as ours have. These free Easter printables work perfectly with playdough, dry erase markers, mini erasers, math counters, and more. To see all the fun, please continue reading below.
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What You’ll Need
- Free Easter printables for number practice
- Play Doh (store bought) or homemade playdough (see our easy recipe here)
- Laminating sheets
- Or, instead of a laminator, you can use sheet protectors
- 3 ring binder to store the printables (if you placed them in sheet protectors) or folders to store the printables if you laminated them
- Pom poms, buttons, or beads
- These adorable little egg erasers would be fun to use too
Related: Easter Basket Gift Guide
What to Do
Begin by downloading and printing the free Easter printables.
We recently signed up for the HP Instant Ink program and are loving it! They offer several different plans (such as $4.99 for 100 pages a month) and will automatically send you new cartridges before you even need them. We are now saving SO MUCH money (and time) on ink and I don’t feel guilty printing out new printables and playdough mats each day. If you want to check it out, ordering through our link here will give you 3 free months. You can use just about any HP printer but we’ve been using this compact one and absolutely love it! The color is gorgeous and matches my decor (we’ll call that a win!) and the size is smaller than any printer I’ve ever owned which is great for small spaces (or living room/dining room offices). Between HP Instant Ink and our compact printer, my printing life truly has become so much easier to print all these fun playdough mats and activity sheets we’ve been making lately.
Sometimes we laminate our playdough mats and sometimes we slip them into sheet protectors and tuck them in a 3-ring binder. Laminating is a bit more durable but if your little ones aren’t too rambunctious with their playdough mats, sheet protectors should work just fine.
Once you’ve printed, laminated, and cut out your Easter printables, it’s time to have some fun!
Free Easter Printables Playtime Ideas
To play, simply place a counting worksheet out for your child, along with some playdough, mini egg erasers, beads, buttons, or pom poms, and invite your child to follow the prompts given on each worksheet.
You could invite your child to make mini playdough eggs and place them in the basket or on the grid. You could also invite your child to draw and cut out several paper eggs to use with the Easter printables.
You could also use these sheets with dry erase markers and draw eggs in the basket.
How to Access this Free Printable:
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Please see the resource library for instructions on use (page one of the library is our directory – to search for specific printables, please “ctrl F” then type in the title of the printable you’d like).
Do these free Easter printables sound like something you’d like to try? If so, please share them on social media. Or, pin them to save them for later.
Looking for more simple + fun activities? Be sure to check out our other creative ideas:
- Calming lavender salt tray for letter practice
- Farm animals – simple matching activity for kids
- Bumblebee playdough activity + our favorite bee book
- Birthday playdough recipe
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