Activities & Days Out / 23 March, 2019 / Nanny Anita
Last year we seemed to acquire lots of plastic hinged eggs, I have no idea where they came from, they just seemed to appear and multiply. We did use them last year for a glow in the dark Easter egg hunt, and thankfully they made there way into my seasonal storage, otherwise known as the bottom of my cupboard. This year they have been turned into egg word spinners to help my eldest charge with his reading and word recognition. They have actually gone down really well, but that could be down to the fact that there is a sweet hidden inside for when he has finished doing all the words.
To make your own egg spinner you will need:
If you want to make it slightly more enjoyable then you could hide a sweet inside the egg, so when they have read every word the egg magically opens to reveal the treat inside.
This activity may aid in the development of: