Let’s make a preschool matching game with our Easter plastic eggs. We show you how to make a DIY letter matching game with leftover Easter eggs easily, but you can use this for any type of matching game.
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Preschool Letter Matching Game
If you have a preschooler, you’ll love this easy (and genius) way of learning!
- This time of year you can now find these plastic Easter eggs in most places. You might even have a ton of leftovers from last Easter!
- If you don’t have one nearby, you can buy them 50 eggs on Amazon.
- Grab any extra plastic eggs you have nearby, as they make for great Easter fun, but also as a matching game.
How to make a letter matching game for preschool kids
This educational game is really easy to make! You might also want to create one for a different type of customization!
Supplies are needed
How to Make Preschool Letter Matching Game
- Write a capital letter on one side of the plastic egg.
- On the other side the corresponding lower case letter.
Modification for children’s learning level
- For Beginners – Older Toddlers, Preschool & Pre-K: It can be helpful to separate uppercase from lowercase.
- Intermediate – Reader, Preschool, Pre-K: Once they are able to simplify games, you can put them all in one pile.
- For advanced learners – preschoolers and kindergarteners: To challenge them further, you can mix and match colors for the letters.
More egg learning fun
If your preschooler has mastered these, you might want to check out our Easter Eggs activity that teaches kids to read.
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Did your kids have fun with preschool letter matching game?