These eggs have been a staple for our hands on play activities these past couple weeks! This Easter egg listening game is super easy and quick to put together and perfect for auditory processing skills. Plastic Easter eggs come in so handy this time of year for tons of Easter themed learning ideas.
Easter Egg Listening Game
Hands on play is all around us! Especially for children from birth to age 5! What ever your child can get his hands on to explore and discover is hands on play.
Paint, play dough, sensory bins, mirror play, water play, fort building, nature walks, science experiments and more help your child learn valuable skills. Look around your house, you have it all already, create a fun invitation to play today!
Kids love using their hands to learn, and a simple listening game is perfect for exploring the sense of sound.
EASTER LISTENING GAME
6 Pairs of Sound Making Items
You can use a a standard egg carton and 12 eggs or larger! Make sure to choose six pairs of distinct sounds to put in each pair of the eggs.
You can use things like jingle bells, beads, soft little chicks, buttons, hard plastic animals and erasers! You could also try small rocks or sand. Just put tape over the little hole if you use a fine material like sand!
This is a super fun activity for little hands to work on auditory processing and listening closely. It might take some practice, but you can easily make them more challenging too.
Check out even more ideas for science, STEM, math and sensory activities the kids will love.
A real favorite is our Easter minute to win it family games that work well year after year!