These Easter Egg Window stickers take only a few minutes to make, and can be used again, and again, and again!
Making Your Window Stickers
- Craft Foam
- Shallow container of water
Cut egg shapes and various other shapes from the craft foam. Then place the foam shapes in front of a window, along with a shallow container of water. (We use just a bit of water, so I’m not constantly cleaning up spilled water!)
Dip the eggs into the water, so one side is damp, and then stick them to the window. Dip the shapes into the water, and place them on top of the eggs as decorations. My toddler has used these again and again – and even his big brother has gotten in on the decorating action!
We’ve also had seasonal fun playing with our Easter Egg dominoes.
For lots more great toddler and baby play ideas, check out Zero to Two: the book of play, an e-book I co-authored! It includes 25 step-by-step tutorials for activities that are practical and fun. The tutorials are easy to follow with beautiful pictures. The e-book also includes printables, and links to over 50 more ways to play with babies and toddlers – all for $8.99.
Other Ways to Move & Learn This Week
- Egg Number Identification from Coffee Cups & Crayons
- 10 ABC Move & Learn Ideas from Toddler Approved
- 26 Ways to Get Preschoolers Moving from Hands On: As We Grow
- Lots of ideas on our Move & Learn Pinterest board
- Check out all the Move & Learn ideas we’ve shared