Happy Easter! Is your child getting excited that the Easter bunny is coming in two weeks? Print off these free Easter Kindergarten Worksheets while your child is waiting patiently for Easter Sunday.
My youngest son has always loved Easter since he was little. I’m not sure if he loves the Easter egg hunts or if he likes getting goodies for Easter. We don’t do Easter baskets in our house but I do pick them up something special to give my kids.
Do you have a pre-k or kindergartener who is leaving how to count? Dot-to-Dot activities are a great activity to help teach your child their numbers and how to connect each dot to each other. There are also several other activities on each worksheet too! Today, I wanted to share with you these ten Easter Kindergarten Worksheets.
Easter Egg Kindergarten Worksheet
Do your kids enjoy hunting Easter eggs? My son loved hitting for Easter eggs. I’m a bit sad because he is getting too old for hunting Easter eggs. While your child is waiting for Easter have them complete the dot-to=dot Egg, count the number of each symbol, color the beginning sound, trace the word “egg”, write the word “egg”, and complete the pattern.
Easter Bunny Kindergarten Worksheet
Did your child enjoy getting photos with the Easter bunny when they were little? My kids always cried and didn’t want anything to do with the Easter bunny until they were a bit older. Then the kids caught on that the Easter bunny also brings treats to put in their Easter basket. As your child is accounting down the number of days until the Easter bunny comes, let them work on this fun Easter worksheet. Have your child complete the dot-to-dot, count the symbols, color the beginning sounds, trace the word “bunny”, write the word “bunny”, and finish the pattern.
Easter Chick Kindergarten Worksheet
Has your child ever had the opportunity to pet a baby chick? One year, the children’s pastor’s husband brought baby chicks to church for all the children to see them. My son was able to pet one. They are super adorable and my son loved them. If you looking for some baby chicks to pet, try the local feed store. But for now, let your child enjoy the dot-to-dot chick, count the symbols, color the beginning sound, trace the word “chick”, write the word “chick”, and complete the pattern.
Easter Basket Kindergarten Worksheet
What do you fill your child’s Easter basket with? We don’t do Easter baskets because I don’t like the cheap junk in the premade ones and my kids don’t need a large amount of candy. But for now, let your child enjoy this fun printable. Start with the dot-to-dot basket, count the symbols, color the beginning sound, trace the word “basket”, write the word “basket”, and complete the pattern.
Easter Lamb Kindergarten Worksheet
Has your child ever seen a lamb at the zoo or a petting zoo? If not, TIKTOK is a great place to check out baby lambs. The babies are so cute. Check them out! Then let your child complete the lamb worksheet. Begin with the dot-to-dot lamb, count the number of lambs you see, color the beginning sound, trace the word “lamb”, write the word “lamb”, and complete the pattern.
Bumble Bee Easter Kindergarten Worksheet
The bumble bee represents new growth. Without the bees pollinating the flowers, we wouldn’t have new leaves on the trees, blooming flowers, and honey. Bees are beneficial and you shouldn’t kill them. Instead, call a beekeeper service to relocate a hive. Have you seen any bees yet? In the meantime, complete this fun worksheet. First complete the dot-to-dot bee, count the symbols, color the beginning sound, trace the word “bee”, write the word “bee”, and complete the pattern.
Easter Carrot Kindergarten Worksheet
Does your child like eating carrots? Have you told them that bunnies like them too? Don’t forget to leave a few carrots out for the Easter bunny. But in the meantime, let your kids enjoy completing this carrot worksheet. Start with the dot-to-dot, count the number of carrots, color the beginning sound, trace the word “carrot”, wrote the word “carrot”, and complete the pattern.
Easter Cake Kindergarten Worksheet
Do you bake a cake for Easter Sunday? Do you let your child help you? I’m thankful that my mom allowed me to help her in the kitchen growing up. I also tried to include my kids in the kitchen as well. But as you are waiting to prepare to bake the Easter meal, your kids can complete this fun cake worksheet. Begin with connecting the dots, count how many circles there are, color the beginning sound, trace the word “cake”, write the word “cake”, and complete the pattern.
Easter Candle Kindergarten Worksheet
The candle gives us hope for the future. Do you light a candle at Easter? I plan on lighting a candle on Easter Sunday and placing it on the dinner table. But while we are waiting, your child can complete this candle kindergarten worksheet. Start with the dot-to-dot, count the symbols, color the beginning sound, trace the word “candle”, write the word “candle”, and complete the pattern.
Easter Flower Kindergarten Worksheet
Flowers are beautiful and would make the perfect centerpiece for your dining room table on Easter Sunday. Again flowers are a sign that seasons change and that there is hope in the future. As you prepare for Easter, your child can complete this worksheet. First, connect the dots, count the number of flowers, color the beginning sound, trace the word “flower”, write the word “flower”, and complete the pattern.
Download the Free Easter Kindergarten Worksheets here!
Did you know that your child should be able to complete these worksheets without any help by the end of Kindergarten? These free Easter Kindergarten worksheets are a great way to practice these skills and learn new words.
10 thoughts on “Free Easter Kindergarten Worksheets”
These are so cute! They’re a great way to make learning fun and get the kids more excited about Easter.
Oh my gosh, these are the cutest worksheets. I can see kids loving getting these to do!
These worksheets look so fun for kids for Easter! Thanks for sharing them!
These worksheets look so fun. My granddaughter will have fun coloring them.
These are great worksheets to get the kids interested. I like how they include the holiday theme.
Aww, these are so cute! I want to print them out and give them to my nephew, haha. Thanks for sharing them 🙂
Such a brilliant way of keeping learning fun!
Oh yes! These worksheets are such a fun activity. My nieces will be happy to have some fun together!
This is such a fun printable, this would be perfect to do with my nieces and nephews.
Wow! These worksheets are so cute! My niece would love this for sure!