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50 Easter printables to crack you up

Are you exited about Easter? We are! There are so meany fun things to do with the kids. We bring you 50 Easter printables  to keep kids busy or you could join the fun too.

50 Easter Printables For Little Ones

1 Grab this Easter Bunny and eggs reword chart from KiddyCharts

2. Three Easter Colouring Pages from KiddyCharts

3. Print these lovely Easter Color By Numbers Worksheets from Itsy Bitsy Fun (pictured middle left and top left on square image)

4. Easter egg hunt printables will be a fun activity for your little ones from KiddyCharts

5. Need to work on some basic learning? These printables are perfect for preschoolers from Easy Peasy and Fun

6. Sharpen the colouring pens or take out the crayons and color these easter colouring pages from KiddyCharts

7. These Easter printable activities will keep the little ones busy for a while from Powerful Mothering (pictured top right)

8. If your kids love peeps then they are going to love these Easter Peep Printable Lacing Cards from From ABC to ATC’s (pictured middle right and top right on square image)

9.  You’ll find lots of fun Easter colouring pages from Itsy Bitsy Fun (pictured top left)

10. Need a simple decoration or a lunch box note? These printables are just the thing from Glued to My Crafts

11. Working on basic math? These math worksheets are perfect to practice counting and addition during the holidays from Itsy Bitsy Fun

12.  And while we are at counitng why not also grab these fun counting colouring pages from Easy Peasy and Fun

13. Bingo game is a great game to play at home or in the classroom from Crazy Little Projects (pictured bottom right and bottom right on square image)

14. Love scavenger hunts? This free printable will make them even more fun from Artsy Momma

15. This printable pack has it all, from literacy to math from Totschooling

16. Throwing a party? These printable party supplies will come in handy from Itsy Bitsy Fun

17. Play dough can be even more fun if you have some  play dough mats from Growing Hands on Kids

18.  Toddlers love playing and learning with file folder games from Itsy Bitsy Fun

19. Got a preschooler to entertain over the holidays? They are going to love this printable pack fromOver The Big Moon

20. And here’s another set of fun Easter Play Dough Mats from Picklebums (pictured bottom left and bottom left on square image)

50 Easter Printables

21. Dice are great for learning numbers from 1 to 6 and with this Roll An Easter Basket Printable things are even easier from 3 Dinosaurs

22. Send a postcard and tell all your friends and family that they are egg-cellent with this Printable Easter Postcards from Childhood101

23.  This huge Easter pack will keep them busy learning all kinds of things for a while from 3 Dinosaurs

24. Kids love jokes, so why not print some Easter jokes and surprise them with them from Childhood101

25. Matching games are great for the little growing brains from Totschooling

26. Let them practice scissor skills with this printable from Makeovers & Motherhood

27. Make a lovely decoration with these printable Easter shapes from Picklebums

28. Let them work their numbers with this printable pack from Minutes to Motherhood

29. Free Easter egg printables and Montessori-Inspired Easter egg activities from Living Montessori Now

30. Time for bingo! Print these game cards from Pre-K Pages

31. We love soduko, how about you? Print these Sudoku printables from Gift of Curiosity

32. The little ones will love this Don’t Eat the Peep Easter Game from Thirty Handmade Days

33. I spy games are great for road trips or just to keep the kids busy for a while from Gift of Curiosity

34. Time for some math, and with these worksheets we know the kids won’t mind solving a few equations from Kids Activities Blog

35. If you ever played pin the tail on the donkey you just have to give the pin the tail on the bunny a go from From ABC’s to ATC’s

36. And here’s a few more colouring Pages for kids to colour in from Kids Activities Blog

37. A fan of Do a Dot markers? Grab these Easter do-a-dot printables from Gift of Curiosity

38. Why not give the kids something to do while they wait for their meal, like these placemats from See Vanessa Craft

39. With this printable you’ll be able to make cute carrot baskets in no time from Kids Craft Room

40. These colouring activity printables are perfect for some gently learning from 1+1+1=1

41.  Need to make mini Easter baskets? This printable colouring template will help you out from Kids Activities Blog

42. Can you really have too much colouring pages? We think not, so here are a few more from Gift of Curiosity

43. This low prep printable activity will help with CVC words from Life Over C’s

44. And here’s another printable to help with the CVC words from The Kindergarten Connection

45. Your kids will love folding these Triangular Easter Envelopes from Momo Mushy

46. Time to have some dramatic play, print these Easter Masks and let the crazy fun begin from Itsy Bitsy and Fun

47. These are great both for scissor cutting practice and for pre-writing skill pracitce from Makeovers & Motherhood

48. Print this Easter activity book from Happy and Blessed Home

49. Need to pretty up Easter candy bars? TheseEaster bunny sweet box wraps are just the thing from The Craft Train

50. And a little bit more learning for the end, with these Easter preschool worksheets from Mess for Less

51. Finally, we have some Easter Egg hunt printables from us here at KiddyCharts – these are, quite simply gorgeous!

We hope you like all of these printables, we have lots more Easter activities, printables and makes on the blog, so do take a look:

You can follow the blog too, and check out the Easter ideas we are sharing with our followers over on Pinterest as well:

Happy hunting!

Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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