Easter is making it's way to us here at Ellison Education and we couldn't be more excited! We have 5 amazing projects to share with you to make your Easter classroom pop with fun and education.
Who says advent calendars have to be limited to just Christmas time? Help your students learn about numbers with this countdown calendar made from our cube die, some pastel construction paper and stickers! This can serve as a classroom project or as a project to help countdown to Easter.
How cute are these felt and construction paper bunnies? You will not believe how easy these bunnies can be whipped up. This is a great project for the entire class to participate in and only takes a few supplies to make.
We may be biased, but we certainly do love projects that are both educational and cute. This Baby chicks project is a great way to tie in an Easter theme as well as playing a learning game with students. Help students make the right connections between Uppercase and Lowercase letters with these chicks!
Who doesn't love a picture of their kiddo? How sweet would this be of a git for the kids to take home to their parents for Easter? Another great idea is for students to make and use this as their desk place card. The best part is that it takes only a few supplies to make this cute Easter inspired keepsake.
Last but not least we have this awesome video tutorial on pop up cards! These cards are a very easy to make and can also be used to send home to parents as an Easter gift from students. Because the possibilities are endless for these cards, you can use them year round! For Easter, try die-cutting egg shapes, bunnies or chicks for students to use while making their card.
What kind of projects are you preparing for Easter?