We thought of one more idea for how to use those cheap plastic Easter eggs for a grammar lesson! Do you teach prepositions? This is such a quick, easy lesson that you can use with your students!
Give each student an egg. Have them hide the egg (so that it everyone can still SEE it). Let your students hunt for the eggs and write a complete sentence, using a preposition, to explain where the egg is.
This student has her clipboard and found an egg!
She is writing a preposition to describe where the egg is.
Seriously? One smart little bunny put their egg right next to The Tale of Peter Rabbit!!
I wouldn't even have thought of that!
The light blue egg is AGAINST the book!
Or, the egg is ON TOP OF the white book shelf.
This one is just too cute!
The hot pink egg is ON TOP OF Arthur's lap.
Here is what I used with my students:
Click on the file to print up the pages from google documents:
Remember how we egged our prinicipal and assistant principal this week?
(As you can see, our principal loves Donald Duck!)
They loved it!
Our students were so eggcited when they wrote a letter back today!
We got two emails today!
Here is how are assistant principal responded:
"Dear Students, How eggcited I was to receive such an eggcellent egg yesterday. After an egghausting day of meetings, I was really tired. I was so eggstatic, I wanted to give you an eggstra recess. Sorry, I can't do that! You students are eggcellent writers. I hope you have an eggstraordinary three day weekend!"
Did you "egg" your principal yet? :)