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We have put together our favourite ideas for Easter fun, with your child’s development firmly in mind. Have a great time whilst developing visual skills, gross and fine motor coordination, hand-eye coordination, laterality skills, motor planning, colour recognition, colour matching skills and so much more.
Of course, all activities need to be fully supervised by adults.
You will find the ‘how to’ of these ideas and the clever people who pinned them, on our Pinterest board here.
Oh the things you can do with plastic Easter eggs!
Colour coordinated Easter egg hunt. Each child collects only one colour of egg.
…or go one step further!
Use glow sticks or glow bracelets or necklaces bound with a rubber band. Great for rolling infront of your baby for a tummy time/vision game. Dispose of safely and properly!
Place a couple of marbles inside the plastic eggs so they roll.
…and a couple of other great ideas!
This ‘sticky window’ idea is a hit with toddlers and up.
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