Find details about the EGGS Fine Motor Busy Bins for Easter activity descriptions and extra supply lists can be found below. Check out the images above to see how the busy bins looked prepped and ready to go!
Print and prep the fine motor busy bins, and store them in small storage containers with lids (mine are from Walmart – some teachers use ziplock or colorful buckets). Switch out the 12 activities each time you switch themes. Yes, we agree. This is such a great idea!
What is a busy bin exactly?
A busy bin is similar to a busy bag activity. You put the activity together and store it in a bin to be used over and over again. Busy bins are reusable learning activities – prep once and play forever!
Each fine motor busy bin activity comes with an instruction page and a label for your bin.
***This product is part of the Endless Themed Fine Motor Busy Bins Bundle.
EGGS FINE MOTOR BUSY BINS
Building Egg Letters – Use mini erasers to trace the uppercase letter cards practicing correct letter formation.
Jellybean Counting Cards 1-20 – Identify the number on the egg and count out that number of jellybeans using 1:1 correspondence and counting skills.
Easter-y Snap Cube Pictures – Count out the number of snap cubes needed and then form the pictures on the cards.
Number Trace Cards – Practice writing the numbers and the number words 1-20 with the pre-writing tracing cards.
Egg Decorating Play Dough Mats – Use your imagination and create decorations (lines, squiggles, polka dots) out of play dough.
Hole Punch Cracked Eggs – Crack each egg with a hole punch focusing just on the fine motor practice of hole punching or use the numbered eggs to count the holes punched.
Pom Pom Color Sorting Baskets – Place the basket cards on the table and use kid-friendly squeezers to sort the colored pom poms on to each basket correctly.
Jellybean Count & Clip Cards – Count the number of jellybeans in each jar and then find the correct number on the side of the card. Clip the number with a clothespin.
Egg Shape Puzzles – Match up the 12 shapes on the egg puzzles correctly and then identify each shape built.
Egg & Chick Letter Link Up – Match the uppercase letter on the egg with the same uppercase letter on the cute little chick. Connect the 2 matching letters with a plastic chain link or pipe cleaner.
Squishy Letter Writing – Create the writing squish bag and then practice letter identification and formation by writing the lowercase letter on the bag.
EXTRA SUPPLIES & MANIPULATIVES:
The printable pieces of each busy bin are included in the file. Laminating the pieces is recommended. The other supplies include:
- Egg mini erasers
- Snap cubes
- Dry erase markers
- Play dough
- Hole punch
- Pom poms – red, blue, yellow, pink, green, orange, purple, white
- Plastic linking chains or pipe cleaners
- Reusable freezer bag
- Hair gel
- Food coloring or liquid water colors