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Easter Ideas and Experiments for Your Homeschool

If you’re looking for a collection of fun science experiments, learning activities, and fun ideas, you’ll love this collection of egg-themed ideas! There are also some ideas for Easter baskets that don’t include candy. And don’t forget the science and stem-related experiments to do with those Peeps (because folks don’t really eat those things….do they?!)!

Peeps® STEM ActivitiesYou’ll enjoy these fun STEM activities using Peeps! And since Peeps are abundant around Easter, it’s the perfect time for them.
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Peeps Science and STEM Activities: Educational Activities with Peeps!You may not love eating Peeps, but they are soon to become one of your most favorite educational tools! Peeps science activities will delight all kids!
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How to Melt Crayons: Easter Bunny Crayon CraftI love this simple tutorial for how to melt crayons to make your own unique crayons. While we are using this as a fun way to make an Easter Bunny crayon craft to go into baskets, you could use the same technique for any holiday with any mold.
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50 Awesome Non-Candy Easter Basket IdeasYour kids are already sweet. They don’t need all the sugar that traditionally comes packed in that Easter basket. This year fill that basket with some of these 50 Awesome Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas that won’t cause a sugar melt-down.
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Bunny Hat Easter ActivityLooking for Printable Easter Crafts? These Printable Easter Bunny Activities are sure to be fun for preschool, kindergarten and elementary kids. This Printable Easter Egg Hat Coloring Craft works on creativity, fine motor skills and cutting skills too. The end product is this adorable bunny hat that the kids can wear to show off their creative skills.
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Can You Peel a Raw Egg?This is a fun science experiment to do with some of your raw eggs! So while you’re getting ready to boil those eggs for Easter, take one (or a few) and do this science experiment.
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Simple Hand Sewn Felt Easter Tree DecorationsThis is a great mother/daughter activity! It’s a fun way for little ones to work on eye-hand coordination too.
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Foam Cup BunniesThese foam cup bunnies are fun and easy to make!
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Feel & Count Felt EggsI do love making things out of felt. These felt egg counters are unique since it has beads inside kids feel and count and then use the numbered side to see if they are correct.
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Plastic Egg Learning Activity: ContractionsThere are so many fun ways to use plastic eggs for learning. My seven year-old has been working on contractions lately. To reinforce what she has been learning, I came up with this simple learning activity using plastic eggs.
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10 Ways to Learn Math with Easter EggsWe shared ideas of science experiments with eggs. Today we have math activities with eggs. Hope you like them too.
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8 Fascinating Egg Science Experiments for KidsWe have been putting together many kitchen science experiment ideas for kids. Today we will have fun science experiments with eggs. These are fun experiments to do at home in your kitchen. They are also great for science fairs given those fun effects. Many people look for egg related activities for Easter, but these amazing science experiments are good for any season of the year.
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Wendy

Wendy is one of the owners of Hip Homeschool Moms, Only Passionate Curiosity, Homeschool Road Trips, Love These Recipes, and Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. She married her high school sweetheart, Scott, 29 years ago, and they live in the South with their three children. Hannah, age 25, has autism and was the first homeschool graduate in the family. Noah, age 23, was the second homeschool graduate and the first to leave the nest. Mary Grace, age 17, is the remaining homeschool student. Wendy loves working out and teaching Training for Warriors classes at her local gym. She also enjoys learning along with her family, educational travel, reading, and writing, and she attempts to grow an herb garden every summer with limited success.

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