All you need: pick up some paint chips (FREE!!), a marker, scissors, and a laminator (completely optional). I drew an egg on several paint chips, and then made them into puzzles with unique shapes at the dividing line between shades of colors. I cut them out and then laminated them. Such an easy DIY puzzle. This is great for color recognition, matching, and critical thinking.....and of course a great opportunity to talk about Easter :-) I've mentioned that I'm a big advocate for the Montessori Approach, and this activity meets one of those objectives for self-correction. A child/student can easily see which puzzle pieces match and what doesn't, therefore enhancing independent learning.
This is so easy right?
What are you doing with your kiddos for Easter?