Make sure you grab a couple of extra cartons of eggs at the grocery store to turn them into hard boiled Easter Egg fun! momstown has gathered a bunch of fabulous Easter egg ideas for you to make at home with your kids of all ages.
These Crayon Eggs from Kaboose are a great easy way to encourage the younger set to get creative and still 'control' their creation. Simply draw and then dip!
I love these patterned Polka Dot Eggs created by reinforcement stickers by No Time For Flashcards. We're totally trying this at home to create our own "reverse stencils".
Sponge Painted Eggs – why didn't I think of that? Simple for squirmy little hands to handle and looks good no matter what the outcome! Another great idea by Kaboose.
Traditional Easter Egg Painting can be jazzed up a bit with marker brush pens. It's a good way to get little ones to help out and get involved!
Painting with a paintbrush (versus dipping) is a fun way to be creative and detailed with each egg. This included simple tempra paint and a paintbrush by my two artists.
Have fun colouring your eggs this weekend! Do you have any special painting tips?