Mom School: Easter Egg Number Match

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My little Carter loved playing this Easter Egg Number match game with me! He loved finding the matches and fitting the two pieces together. I think he also loved getting his picture taken so many times!

We made our Easter Egg number match game by cutting apart a few of our plastic Easter Eggs. (Are all Easter eggs connected? Ours were, but if yours are not, then don’t do that part 🙂 ) On the bottom half of the Easter egg, I wrote a number and on the top half of the Easter egg, I drew dots that corresponded with my number. We then set them all out and got to work!

Easter Egg Number Match Preschool Game at

It was great for Carter to get some counting practice in and he loved naming all the colors as well. He is only two, so I had to help him count the dots, but he was pretty good at finding the match (since the colors matched!). It was also good practice for his little hands to put the two egg pieces together!

This would also be fabulous for anything you might want to match, such as, upper and lower case letters, rhyming words, or simple math problems. On this set the colors matched up too, but to make it even more difficult you could mix up the colors, so that the problem and the answer are actually different colors! That would be tricky! 🙂

preschool counting gameThis little boy is so cute! I just can’t get over his cuteness (or his mischievousness)! I definitely can’t get over his mischievousness, he reminds me of it everyday!

Preschool Easter Number matching game preschool matching gameHave a great day and thanks for stopping by! 🙂


  1. March 31, 2015    

    This is great! I used to do this with uppercase and lowercase letters and my daughter loved it! Hadn’t thought of doing numbers!

    • KaCee KaCee
      April 3, 2015    

      Thanks Nicole! I love that you can use this idea with so many different things, letters, numbers, or math problems and I’m sure a ton more!

  2. April 1, 2015    

    Great idea. Good fun way to help with numbers.
    Thanks for sharing #LetKidsBeKids

    • KaCee KaCee
      April 3, 2015    

      Thanks Karen!

  3. April 6, 2015    

    Thank you for sharing this fun idea at Idea Box link party!

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