Sand Art Easter Eggs

We finished up our Human Body studies today, I still have a few more Human Body posts to finish up. Next week we will be starting our Space unit for science, and Serena is very happy!With the fact we were busy finishing our 5 senses projects we did a simple Easter Egg project that uses the sense of touch this week.

Sand Art Easter Eggs

I purchased peel and stick Easter eggs from Oriental Trading Company a few months ago, and that is what we used. You could also cut an egg shape out of thick paper and add double sided tape or even clear glue for the same effect.
 Ethan needed some guidance because he though you needed to empty the whole bag of sand onto your egg. Maybe using a little spoon would have been better for him.
We punched a hole in the top of the egg and threaded some ribbon through to hang them with. Ethan even helped string the ribbon through the holes, what great fine motor work!
Here are all the eggs hanging in between our dining room and living room. What a beautiful festive decoration!
For more great Easter Ideas we have shared about stop over and visit our Easter ideas page.

My Easter Ideas For Kids Pinterest board has lots more ideas as well!
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  1. Hi, stopping by from the Kids Co-op. The Easter Eggs look fantastic and such concentration is evident in the boys working at the table! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love this idea! I bet everybody would have fun doing this.

  3. This is such a great! I would love for you to link up to my Linky Party via:

    Mrs. Delightful

  4. This is wonderful … a beautiful activity that works on a number of skills! I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: I was going to pin it to the collaborative Easter board, but it was there already! 🙂

  5. Thanks for linking up to Thinky Linky Thursday!
    Lori @ Cachey Mama’s Classroom

  6. Thanks for sharing on fun frugal friday. I featured your post this week.


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