Plastic eggs make great learning tools not just in the easter time but every time of the year!
Supplies to play plastic eggs color sorting game
Print and cut out the prompt cards and add them to your basket with 2 eggs of each of the colors on the cards.
Randomly pick one card and make the color combo displayed. Ask your child what colors she is putting together. Is the purple on the top? What color is on the bottom?
As you can see we can also use this plastic eggs activity to practice our on top or bottom observations. Putting these plastic eggs together is also great fine motor skills! Another thing you will notice is that the top of the plastic eggs are more pointy the bottoms, which in itself is a great way for little ones to sort by distinguishing size and shape.
If you are feeling particularly festive I suggest making an easter basket too! I love this basket.
Other plastic eggs activities you might like!