Download these two free printable pdf Easter activity worksheets! You’ll get a word scramble worksheet and an I Spy Easter Egg worksheet. Both are fun and engaging educational activities for children in grades 1-3. They’ll practice letter sounds, spelling words, and writing words, with clues from cute images and letters.
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It’s almost Easter, and for many school teachers and homeschool families, it’s a special and sacred holiday, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus.
Many of us work it into our homeschool, Sunday School, or Christian school curriculum.
And these cute Easter work scramble printable worksheet and I Spy Easter egg worksheet are fun activity to help celebrate the holiday!
It helps children learn to spell common Easter words, giving them a clue by including all the necessary letters to form the words. Children also practice writing the letters on the lines provided.
- Children will practice identifying letters, spell words, and writing words while they unscramble the letters to form words.
- Children will identify
- This worksheet is suitable for children grades 1 – 3.
Please note: This free printable pdf features religious Easter imagery, including a cartoon of Jesus and a cross, as well as more secular holiday imagery. As such, it isn’t suitable or appropriate for public school educators or classrooms.
Spoiler alert! We’re going to give you the answers to all the clues, right here, right now! Use this information as a key:
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