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Easter Egg Alphabet Puzzles

These Easter Egg Alphabet Puzzles are an “egg-tastic” way for your pre-readers to practice matching capital and lowercase letters.

Themed activities like this one make learning the ABC’s fun for your preschoolers and kindergarteners!

With this resource, your kids will not only work on letter recognition but visual discrimination and fine motor skills too.

Learning the ABC's

Your children can use these Easter egg letter puzzles to practice identifying the letters of the alphabet by their names and shapes.

It’s a fun activity for your kids to do independently during literacy centers, morning tubs, or when they finish their work early.

Getting Ready To Use The Easter Egg Letter Puzzles:

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What’s Included:

  • 26 Easter Egg Letter Matching Puzzles

What Else Is Needed:

To get these free printable Easter alphabet puzzles, fill out the form at the bottom of the page.

Letter Recognition Activity

Next, download and print the puzzles on white card stock. Then, laminate the printables and cut out the Easter eggs.

You can store the pieces in a small bag or box. For example, a pencil pouch or box, so the activity is easy to set up and use.

How To Use The Easter Alphabet Puzzles:

For this alphabet activity, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will pick a puzzle piece and identify the capital or lowercase letter on it.

They will then sort through the other pieces to find the matching capital or lowercase letter.

After they find the letter, your kids will put the two pieces together to make an Easter egg.

Letter Match Activity

They will continue matching the letters until they have put all the puzzles together.

If your pre-readers are just starting to learn the ABC’s, begin with just a few letters. You can add more puzzles as they learn the letter names.

For even more fun, you can put the puzzle pieces in a sensory bin. You can also put one piece around the room so your kids can search for the match.

Why Is Letter Matching Important?

Letter matching helps your preschoolers and kindergarteners practice identifying the letters of the alphabet by their names and shapes.

Many capital and lowercase letters like “C” and “c” look similar so matching the pairs together helps your kids learn to differentiate between the two.

Learning this skill will help your pre-readers as they are learning to read and write. Having a mastery of the letters can make learning the sounds easier too.

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Letter Matching Activity

More Easter Literacy Activities:

To extend this Easter activity, you can pair it with these books and other themed literacy resources.

Easter Books for Kids:

Your preschoolers and kindergarteners will enjoy reading these themed stories before completing the activity.

The Night Before Easter by Natasha Wing

Happy Easter, Little Critter by Mercer Mayer

It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny by Marilyn Sadler

Easter Literacy Activities for Kids:

With these themed activities, your students can work on writing strokes, matching letters, and more.

Easter Tracing Worksheets

Easter Bunny Cut & Paste Book

Easter Alphabet Clip Cards

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 Egg Alphabet Puzzles:

To download and print the free Easter egg alphabet puzzles, fill out the form below with your name and email address.