Enjoy the beginning of Spring with our fun preschool Easter activities! Simple early learning play ideas that include science, sensory, math, fine motor, and more for your little chicks. Preschool science activities are one of our favorite ways to play and learn all at the same time.

PRESCHOOL EASTER ACTIVITIES

Preschool Eater activities for science, sensory, math, fine motor kids

EASTER ACTIVITIES FOR PRESCHOOL

Real eggs and plastic eggs are perfect for Easter activities for preschool! From slimes to egg racing to crystals and even an easy preschool egg drop challenge, our Easter activities are fun for multiple ages to enjoy together. These Easter activities are perfect for families at home or teachers in the classroom.  Enjoy and Happy Easter!

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OUR LIST OF PRESCHOOL EASTER ACTIVITIES

EASTER GAMES

These simple Minute To Win It Easter games are sure to be a big hit for kids and adults alike.

Easter minute to win it game supplies with straws, spoons, and plastic eggs. Easy Easter games for kids of all ages perfect for home or classroom use at Easter parties.

RAINBOW EASTER EGGS

Explore a popular chemical eruption with baking soda and vinegar that’s a timeless science activity for kids!

Baking soda and vinegar rainbow Easter eggs activity.

MARBLED EASTER EGGS

Dyeing hard boiled eggs with oil and vinegar combines simple science with a fun Easter activity.  Learn how to create these cool galaxy theme Easter eggs.

marbled Easter egg activity

DYING EGGS WITH VINEGAR

A fun twist on a classic science experiment, dye eggs with vinegar with a baking soda and vinegar reaction.

science activity with baking soda and vinegar

COOL WHIP EASTER EGGS

Find out how to dye Easter eggs with whipped cream for this fun preschool Easter activity.  All you need are a few simple ingredients!

WAX RESIST EASTER EGG CRAFT

Make your own Easter eggs from card stock and paint.  Plus, learn how to use a simple wax resist technique.

LEGO EASTER EGGS

Make these fun patterned Easter eggs from basic LEGO bricks.  Give your kids the challenge and see what they can come up with.

LEGO Easter Eggs building idea for Easter Activity

GROW CRYSTAL EASTER EGGS

Learn about simple solubility with this fun growing crystals activity.

Grow Crystal Eggs and learn about growing crystals on eggshells. Use our borax crystal growing recipe for easy crystals kids love. Crystal growing is also an awesome chemistry experiment for kids!

EASTER OOBLECK

What is oobleck and how do you make it? Check out our easy Easter oobleck recipe for hands-on preschool Easter fun.

TASTE SAFE PEEPS SLIME

Unlike our most popular homemade slime recipes, this slime recipe uses a popular Easter treat!

easter science activity

PEEPS SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS

Take a classic Easter candy treat and explore some cool science with them! Loads of quick and easy activities you can do with Peeps candy.

Peeps Science Experiments and Activities for Kids with Free Printables

JELLY BEAN STEM ACTIVITY

Construct a simple jelly bean building or two with this fun Easter STEM Challenge.  A few inexpensive materials and you are ready to go!  Is taste testing allowed?

jelly bean Easter activity

EGG LAUNCHER IDEAS

Design and make an egg catapult for Easter fun this season. Check out all our egg launcher ideas.

Awesome egg launchers Easter science and STEM activities for kids. Make Easter catapults, try an egg drop challenge, make an Easter egg rocket, and plant more for Easter STEM.

EASTER EGG ACTIVITIES FOR PRESCHOOL 

Plastic eggs are so versatile and inexpensive! Perfect for preschool Easter activities. We used ours for math, science, and LEGO play.

Easter plastic egg activities for kids science, sensory, math, fine motor learning-2

CHECK OUT MORE EASY PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Looking for easy to print activities, and inexpensive problem-based challenges? 

We have you covered…

Click below to get your quick and easy STEM challenges. 

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