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Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity

Does the Easter bunny eat carrots? No! It eats JELLYBEANS, of course! In this Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity, your kids will feed the bunny jellybeans while they are learning the ABC’s

Easter literacy activities like this one are a fun, hands-on way for your preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice identifying capital and lowercase letters.

Easter Letter Recognition Activity

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Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity:

This interactive Easter literacy activity can be used by your kids independently, with a partner, or in a small group in any early childhood classroom or homeschool. 

If you are working with multiple ages or ability levels, it is easy to differentiate to meet the needs of all your young learners.

Easter Letter Activity

What Is Letter Recognition?

Letter recognition is the ability to identify and name lowercase and capital letters. Children who can do this are also able to distinguish between each letter too.

Using hands-on activities like this one provide an entertaining way for your kids to practice their letter recognition and pre-reading skills.

Getting Ready To Use The Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity:

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What’s Included:

  • Easter Bunny to Feed
  • 26 Capital Letter Jellybean Cards
  • 26 Lowercase Letter Jellybean Cards

What Else Is Needed:

To get this letter activity ready for your kids, fill out the form below. Then, download and print the printables. 

Next, laminate the bunny and jellybeans, so your kids can use them over and over. Then, cut the pieces apart.

Easter Literacy Activity

Finally, tape or glue the bunny on a paper bag or cardboard box (such as a small tissue box) and cut the mouth out. 

How To Use The Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity:

To use this Easter literacy activity, your preschoolers will pick a capital or lowercase letter jellybean. They will then identify letter on it as they feed it to the Easter bunny. 

If your kids are just starting to learn the names of the letters, have them use just a few of the jellybeans. You can then add more as their letter knowledge increases.

Learning the ABC's

When your preschoolers know all of the letter names, they can practice saying the sound that each letter makes as they feed the Easter bunny.

You can also have your children sort through the jellybeans to find the letters in their names. They can work on spelling CVC words or sight words too.

This Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity is a fun way for pre-readers to practice identifying capital and lowercase letters!

Pin It For Later:

Do you want to save this letter recognition activity for later? Pin this to your alphabet activities board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!

Letter Recognition Activity

You May Also Like The Easter Beginning Sounds Activity:

Make letter sound recognition fun with this “egg-cellent” Easter Beginning Sounds Activity!

With this picture sort resource, your students will match the initials sounds to the letters and fill the Easter baskets with eggs.

For even more fun this March or April, put the eggs around your classroom or playground and have your preschoolers and kindergarteners hunt for them.

They can work together to practice identifying, sorting, and matching the eggs to the baskets.

Click on the link or the picture to learn more about this Easter-themed resource!

Download The Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity:

To get the printables for this Easter letter recognition activity, fill out the form below.



Thursday 23rd of March 2023

Thank you so much for sharing! Lovely activity! Best, Elena


Monday 18th of April 2022

looks like a very very fun easter activity

Easter Bunny Letter Recognition Activity – Lesson Plans

Wednesday 24th of March 2021

[…] You can grab the free printables and see how she sets it up at ABCs of Literacy. […]


Tuesday 23rd of March 2021

Looking forward to using this activity. It looks like a lot of fun.

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