Monday, February 25, 2013

30+ OTHER Uses for Plastic Eggs

If you have children, it is fairly safe to assume that your home will be filled with plastic Easter eggs this spring.   This year, instead of tucking them away to be used for next year, how about finding some fun ways to use them throughout the year?  I have found more than 30 ideas that require little more than a plastic egg to create!  Simple, and inexpensive crafts, and lots of fun games and learning activities!!  Check out these great ideas for extending the Easter egg fun!


Easter Countdown
at Eighteen25


Daisy Chain (Last Days of School) Countdown
at SunScholars


Bunny & Chick Craft (Candy Holders)
at SunScholars

at Crafting in the Rain

at East Coast Mommy


Nesting Eggs
at Craft, Interrupted

SALE Easter Waldorf Fairy Berry Fairy Playset in blue Easter Egg
Fairy Play Set (in an Egg)
on Etsy by LittleRedWhimsy


Easter Egg Popsicles
at Kailo Chick


Painting with Eggs
at Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds


Easter Egg Bird Feeders
at Playing House


Plastic Egg Tea Cups
at Design Dazzle


How to Make a Snake Toy
at Sewing & Crafting with Sarah

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Light Up Fireflies
at Apartment Therapy

Snacks stored in plastic Easter eggs
Snack Containers
at Real Simple

glow-in-the-dark easter egg hunt
Glow-In-The-Dark Egg Hunt
at Mommy Savers


DIY Mini Pinitas
at Mega Crafty


Play Dough Eggs
at Olds Ninety-Eight


Easter Egg Lunch
at Gluesticks

Pinned Image
Egg Buddy
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by Made by Sheri James

music games, music, children, strings keys and melodies, sound, listening skills
Matching Sounds
at Strings, Keys & Melodies

at Mess for Less


Alphabet Discovery
at The Imagination Tree


Match Synonyms
at The Hands On Teacher


10 Fun Learning Games Using Eggs
at Playing House


Making Words - Real or Nonsense
at Classroom Freebies Too!


Mix & Match Patterns with Eggs
at Fun & Engaging Activities for Toddlers


5 Ways to Play & Learn with Plastic Eggs
at Mom to 2 Posh Lil' Divas


12 Learning Activities
at Minds in Bloom
Fun With Plastic Eggs
Have fun with your eggs!!

19 comments:

  1. Great tips! Love these ideas. Might need to pick up a package of Easter eggs at my run to the dollar store today.

    Jackie
    Www.thenonmarthamomma.com

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    1. Thanks Jacquelyn! Some great ideas... I agree! I'm ready to pull my stash of eggs out of the closet and put them to good use. ;)

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  2. Ok that is a brilliant round up for two reasons, first the excellent ideas, some really unique ones I hadn't seen before. But even better they all had a picture. I'm very much visual and most round ups turn me off because it's just a description. I love your one. Well done

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    1. I agree! I don't even look at the round-ups with just a list. LOVE the pictures.

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    2. MY GOSH, you both must be my twins. I am exactly the same! I get so frustrated with these lists of 1000 things for this or that, only to find I have to click through them all. Not worth my time. Especailly considering I'm so picky. I'm a very visual person too... so for me, this is the only way! ;) Glad I'm not the only one who feels this way!

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  3. These are some really fantastic, and unique ideas! Thanks so much for sharing this! :)

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    1. Thanks Melinda! I'm glad you think so too! :)

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  4. Glad I was a little early to For the Kids Friday. What a great idea and a creative list. I'd love for you to share these at my Season's Best {Easter} Link-up!

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    1. Holli, thanks for your comment! I'll hop over and share right away. Thanks for the invite! :)

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    2. Thank you! So many great ideas. Pinning your post for a resource for this year and those to come. :)

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  5. I am loving those Daisy Chains! We made the Light Up Fireflies for our bug theme last summer, and they were a huge hit.

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    1. Love the light up fireflies too! Thanks for your note Shaunna! I appreciate you stopping by! :)

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  6. So happy to have found your site! So many creative ideas :)

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    1. Thanks JK! Happy you find me too! I hope to have you visit again soon!

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  7. Thank you so much for featuring our counting by 10s game! What a great list! Just pinned!

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    1. Thank you Vicky!! Happy to share your awesome post in my collection. Thanks for pinning!!! xoxoxox

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  8. Rachel,

    This is such a wonderful roundup! I'll be featuring your post as part of my Easter for Kids roundup from the Weekly Kids' Co-op. Thanks for sharing. xoxo P

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