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Growing Reader

Easter and Springtime Printables and Activities

by the Brightly Editors

Springtime may bring a reprieve from cold weather, but for many, it also brings rainy days. For those times the kids in your life are stuck indoors, we’ve compiled some spring and Easter-themed printables and activities that are sure to keep them entertained.

  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar Easter Coloring Page

    Color in the Easter eggs and basket using your favorite colors!

  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar Spring Fingerprint Activity

    Carefully dip your child’s finger in non-toxic, washable paint, and then help them complete the flowers using their very own fingerprints!

  • Bluey Easter Egg Holder

    This quick and easy-to-make chocolate egg holder is such a fun Easter activity for fans of Bluey!

  • Berenstain Bears Springtime Coloring Page

    Brother and Sister Bear are so glad that the snow has melted and spring has arrived. Now they can ride their bikes outside! Use crayons or markers to color the picture.

  • Hunt for Easter Eggs with the Berenstain Bears

    In The Berenstain Bears and the Real Easter Eggs, Brother and Sister Bear go on an egg hunt. How many eggs can you count on the page?

  • Hunt for Eggs with Duck and Goose!

    Copy the eggs on this page! Cut them out and have kids color them in. Then, hide the eggs around the room — taping them to walls, cabinets, bookshelves, etc. See who can spot the most eggs!

  • Bingo Easter Basket

    Kids will want to put all their eggs in this adorable Bingo basket! All you need is an empty tissue box, scissors, and glue.

  • Duck and Goose Easter Egg Hunt Activity

    Duck and Goose are having an Easter egg hunt! Can you help them find three pink tulips, the Easter Bunny, Thistle, an Easter egg with white spots, and a leafy green tree?

  • What's Inside a Flower? Activities

    Spring has sprung, which means flowers are in bloom! Label the different parts of a flower, paste the pictures in order to see how a seed grows into a flower, and design your own garden.

  • Miss Maple's Seeds Activities

    Miss Maple’s Seeds is the perfect read-aloud to illustrate the change in seasons and new beginnings. Find the many different types of seeds she wants to grow in the word search and help her through the maze to find her lost seeds.

  • Peter Rabbit Activities

    Help Peter Rabbit through the maze, match the word to the picture, place the “tale” on the rabbit, and more!

  • Beatrix Potter Activities

    Connect the dots on Jemima Puddle-Duck, color in the picture of Peter Rabbit, find the hidden bunnies, and more!