3 quick and easy steps to making an Easter egg playdough surprise gift 0

With the Easter holidays just around the corner, you may wish to have some fun activities tucked up your sleeve to keep everyone occupied.

Themes: Easter and spring

This is a great activity for the following reasons:

  • It’s quick and easy to set up
  • It develops fine motor skills in toddlers and preschoolers
  • It encourages children to become involved in the Easter festival by expressing themselves creatively through shared arts and crafts
  • It introduces and promotes the concept of kindness through sharing
  • It’s great for siblings and rainy days!

Resources:

  • Fillable plastic eggs
  • Playdough
  • Pom pom bunnies

Fillable plastic eggs are easily available at most supermarkets and craft stores in the build up to Easter. As the size and quality of these plastic eggs varies greatly, you are better off buying these in person, and great deals can usually be found at this time of the year.

If you need help sourcing your materials,we like the following products from Amazon:

  • Play-Doh 
Play Doh, Assortment Colour Classic Tubs (Pack of 4)
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  • 8 Easter Pom Pom Bunnies 

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What to do:

This activity is super quick with 3 easy steps:

  1. Put the bunny in the egg.
  2. Wrap egg up in playdough.
  3. Pop egg in a bag and give as a gift

Simply follow the image steps shown below:

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Suggested Age Range: 3 – 5 years

(Warning: This activity is not suitable for 0-3s as the resources may include small parts which may pose a choking hazard. Bath time can be fun – but only under adult supervision. )

Alternative Option:

If you’d like to stay with the egg and chick theme then kids could put a chick in the egg instead of a bunny.

Share the Fun:

If your children enjoyed this activity then please let us know in the comments below.

Want to extend this theme?

Then check out the following book reviews: “Busy Garden,” “Usborne First Sticker Book Garden,” “Lift and Look Garden,”  or for more ideas please click on the images of the slider below:

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