Who says learning the time has to be boring? Why not brighten up your lessons with this lovely bunny clock, sure to appeal to the kids! Just print it out, cut it out and assemble with the help of a split pin (brad) and you are set to go...
More Easter Worksheets
Here are just a few extra worksheets for your Easter activities, that don't fit into any of our other worksheet categories.
These gorgeous chick alphabet cards can be used in so many ways, and tied into your Easter, spring or farmyard topics. Why not hide the cards for a treasure hunt, and send the kids off to find the whole alphabet and put it in order?
Test the children on their recognition of lower and upper case letters by asking them to match the upper case chick cards to the lower case egg cards. You can laminate the cards for extra durability if you prefer too...
These lovely chicks have the complete alphabet on them, in two pdf files, and they would look just too cute on display in the classroom for spring or Easter!
We have five different sized chicks for children to practice sorting by size from smallest to largest - or vice versa. Print onto card, cut out and laminate for extra durability.
Here's one of our fact-finding worksheets for the chick. Get the kids to do some research and then fill it in.
Print out our daffodil sorting by size activity and have some fun with the children ordering the daffodils from big to small and from small to big!
Here's an Easter activity to help the children practise upper and lower case letter recognition. Print onto some card and cut out the pieces (laminate if you prefer). The children then need to match the lower case letters on the carrots with the upper case letters on the bunnies!
Here's a complete alphabet of Easter eggs - perfect for brightening up the classroom at Easter! You could string up a banner made out of these letters, or cut them out and laminate them for a longer life, and we've got the full alphabet in both upper and lower case letters.
I think we all know one of the most popular tastes at Easter - chocolate of course! What other senses can the kids describe for an Easter sensory poem?
What will your children make of the opening lines of this Famous Five story, taken from the book Five Go To Smuggler's Top? What adventures will they write about, and how will they compare with actual Famous Five adventures in the book?
Baaaaa! Can the children sort these cute little lambs according to size? Print and cut out each lamb, and laminate to make them a bit stronger and longer-lasting.
Here's a fun way to capture some memories of the Easter holidays from a child's perspective! How about drawing each member of the family in an Easter bonnet?
Whether for it's for Easter, Year of the Rabbit, or you are about to have a new pet, find out some facts and have fun filling in this rabbit worksheet!