Playing is fun and learning can be too!

Easter Egg Sound Match! Ages 3+

 Kysen really enjoyed shaking the Easter eggs to try and find the matching sounds.  He was so excited to see what was inside the eggs as he matched the sounds.
Language is learned through exposure to sounds. Children pick up words they hear in their environment. Their listening skills also influence their ability to learn to both read and write, and they greatly influence their social skills as well.
*This post contains affiliate links
 Things from around the house to fill the eggs (we used cotton balls, rocks, shells, pennies, rice and oatmeal).
First fill your eggs.  I used 6 different materials so we used 12 eggs.
                      Rice                                         Rocks                                       Shells
                 Oatmeal                                 Cotton Balls                                 Pennies
Then mix all the eggs up.  Have your child shake them and listen to the sounds.  They are trying to find the 2 eggs that make the same sound.  Kysen didn’t know what was in the eggs.  He was so surprised each time he opened them.
Check out more of our Easter activities here! 

Like this article?

Share on facebook
Share on Facebook
Share on twitter
Share on Twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on Linkdin
Share on pinterest
Share on Pinterest

Introducing Our New Monthly Subscription Box!

Learn As You Play Box

Time to LEARN and PLAY! Hands on learning activities connecting books to learning through PLAY!

Introducing The Learn As You Play Box!

This subscription box was designed to help you teach children in the way they learn best — through play! 

You’re not just getting two hardcover picture books, you’ll receive 10 activities with everything you need included….  created by teachers who have 35+ years of hands-on preschool teaching experience.