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Easter Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity

With this Easter Egg Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity, your kids will have fun sorting and matching the initial sounds to the letter and filling the basket with eggs.

Reading activities like this one are a hands-on way for your children to practice pre-reading and beginning reading skills and concepts.

This Easter phonics activity can be used in any early elementary classroom or homeschool.

It can be a great way for your kids to work on beginning sounds independently.

You can use it as an intervention resource for your children who need extra practice too.

How To Use The Easter Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity:

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What’s Included:

  • 26 Baskets with Letters
  • 1 Blank Blanket
  • 127 Eggs with Pictures
  • Bonus: Beginning Sound Recording Sheets

There are 5 Easter egg picture cards for every letter basket except there are 2 for the letter Xx. There are also 5 Easter egg picture cards that end with the letter Xx.

What Else Is Needed:

To get this phonics activity ready for your students, click on the link to purchase it. 

Next, download and print the baskets and eggs on white card stock or copy paper.

You may want to laminate the printables before cutting all the pieces out too.

You can store the baskets and eggs in a large plastic envelope or tub.

Ways To Use The Easter Beginning Sounds Sorting Activity:

For this activity, your students will select an egg and identify the picture’s beginning sound.

They will then place the egg in the correct letter basket.

Your kids will continue to sort through the pictures until the baskets are filled with five eggs each.

For example, your children pick an egg with a picture of a rocket on it and say that it starts with the /r/ sound.

Next, they will place that egg in the letter Rr Easter basket.

Your kids will continue sorting through the eggs until they find and fill the basket with the ones that have pictures of a ring, robot, rain, and rabbit too.

Extensions and Modifications:

You can extend or modify this activity to meet the needs of your students:

  • If you attach the baskets to small paper bags or boxes, your students put the eggs into the baskets.
  • For even more fun, put the eggs around your classroom or playground and have your kids hunt for them.
  • Put the eggs in a tub or container filled with Easter grass or another filler to add some sensory play to this activity.

This Easter Beginning Sounds Activity is a fun way for your students to work on letter and sounds recognition this March or April!

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More Easter Literacy Activities:

Pair this letter sounds activity with with these themed books and activities for even more fun on Easter!

Easter Books:

Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will love reading these picture books and celebrating the upcoming holiday.

How to Catch the Easter Bunny by Adam Wallace

Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure by James Dean

Happy Easter, Mouse! by Laura Numeroff

Easter Literacy Activities:

With these themed activities, your students can practice reading simple sentences, identifying letters, and more.

Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book

Easter Tracing Worksheets

Easter Color By Letter Worksheets

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This set of fun, hands-on activities include 5 literacy and 5 math morning tubs that are perfect for children in Preschool or Kindergarten.

Click on the picture to learn more about the activities included in this bundle!

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