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Easter Alphabet Sensory Bin

Your “peeps” are going to have so much fun learning the ABC’s with this Easter Alphabet Sensory Bin!

As they pick bunnies out of the grass, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will work on identifying capital and lowercase letters.

Finding and marking the letters they pick on the recording sheets will help your kids develop their visual discrimination and fine motor skills too.

Easter Alphabet Activity

This Easter-themed sensory bin is easy to set up and use in any early elementary classroom or homeschool.

You just need a few supplies to create a “sweet” sensory play activity your pre-readers are sure to enjoy.

How To Use The Easter Letter Sensory Bin:

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What’s Included:

  • 26 Capital Letter Bunny Cards
  • 26 Lowercase Letter Bunny Cards
  • 1 Capital Letter Recording Sheet
  • 1 Lowercase Letter Recording Sheet

What Else Is Needed:

  • White Card Stock Paper
  • White Copy Paper
  • Laminator
  • Laminating Pouches
  • Scissors
  • Sensory Bin
  • Sensory Bin Filler (Easter grass)
  • Bingo Daubers or Crayons

To get this alphabet activity ready for your preschoolers, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Next, download and print the bunny cards on white card stock and the recording sheet on copy paper.

As an option, you can laminate the cards before cutting all of them out.

Alphabet Sensory Activity

To set up the sensory bin, fill a plastic container or bin with a sensory bin filler such as Easter grass, rice, or noodles.

Then, put the bunny cards in the Easter grass. Finally, make copies of the recording sheets for your students.

Ways To Use The Bunny Alphabet Sensory Bin:

For this sensory play activity, your preschoolers will pick a bunny card out of the bin and say the name of the capital or lowercase letter on it.

Next, they will find the matching letter on the recording sheet and color in the circle using a bingo dauber or crayon. 

Your kids can cover the letter with a small manipulative like a mini eraser, pom pom, or counter.

Alphabet Sensory Bin

Your young learners will continue to select bunnies, identify the letters, and color them on their recording sheets until they have marked them all.  

This Easter Alphabet Sensory Bin is a fun way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to work on letter recognition this Easter! 

More Easter Letter Recognition Activities?

If you are looking for more Easter letter recognition activities for your kids, try these fun, hands-on resources.

Letter Recognition Activity

You May Also Like These Easter Activities for Preschoolers:

These Easter Morning Tubs are a set of fun, hands-on activities including 5 literacy and 5 math resources for your preschoolers or kindergarteners. Click on the picture to learn more about this bundle!

Why Should I Use Sensory Bins?

Alphabet sensory bins are engaging and entertaining activities for your young learners.

With sensory bins like this one, your students can work on identifying lowercase and capital letters through tactile and visual exploration.

It’s a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice the skills and concepts that they are learning.

Download The Easter Alphabet Sensory Bin Printables:

Fill out the form below to download and print bunny cards and recording sheets for this activity.


Tuesday 28th of March 2023

My students love this sensory bin! Please make more for all the other holidays and seasons. Thank you!

ABC's of Literacy

Tuesday 28th of March 2023

I'm happy to hear that your students like the sensory bin. You can search for sensory bins in the search bar at the top of the page for similar activities. There are a lot of them! I will be making more too.


Tuesday 28th of March 2023

I love your alphabet activities:) I have signed up for them but have not received them. I have received them in the past now it just says enjoy your activity OR Thank You for subscribing! I waited for them to come in my inbox but never received them. You changed something. What did you change so I can get your materials? Thanks, Jean

ABC's of Literacy

Tuesday 28th of March 2023

I'm sorry that you are having trouble. After you fill out the form, the PDF will open. It will not be emailed to you. If it's not opening, check to see if you have an ad or pop-up blocker set up on your computer. They will prevent the PDF from opening. If you are using a school computer or email, it may be a network setting. You will have to talk to the IT department at your school or try using your personal computer and email. Those are the most common issues, but there are other things that could be prevent the PDF from opening. Hope that helps!

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