One school in Seattle has chosen to rename their Easter eggs 'Spring Spheres'. This would work for me; although from a speech pathologist's view, the word 'sphere' is extremely difficult even for an adult to pronounce, and 'spring' has a 3-letter consonant blend. I guess the final test for this activity is to ask the kids to say these two words together five times really fast. If they can, then they can exit the speech program.
|The 'Spring Sphere' Hunt in Seattle|
Here is the link to the egg dying directions.
Or should I say 'Spring Spheres'?
|screenshot of the google doc--yours to download|
Here is a simple communication board you can download from Tinsnips, which is a lovely website to explore if you haven't already! It's full of all kinds of visuals, activities, and communication boards for many holidays. If this board doesn't suit you, it's easy to make your own---if your kids really need a communication board, you should have something like Boardmaker or an ipad app to help you. If not, then you have a bit of a problem.
Here is a link to download the easter egg board (or you can get it from the Tinsnips website).
I'm totally ready for Spring Break! Maybe that's why I'm cranking out my Spring Sphere stuff a bit early!