Mad Libs - We get really picking and through some pronouns in here. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate type of word to make your own silly story. Read
your story to your friends and family for extra laughs.
- Sometimes they are spelled differently too. Homophones are words like here and hear.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
Peeps - Peeps
are owned and made by a candy company named Just Born Inc. They are located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Lifecycle of a Butterfly - With the holiday comes spring and new
life begins. Learn about the life cycle of the butterfly and other fun facts about them.
- Rabbits are mammals that have long ears and short tails. They can range from 2-24 pounds.
Day is Easter on? - This is not a simple answer because it always
changes! Since the Christian Church calendar follows the moon, it can be on any Sunday from March 22nd to April 25th!
Island - Have you ever heard of it? It's an amazing island with lots of history and mystery.
Egg Hunt - Little Sally anxiously stood at the starting
line with all of the other kids.
The Meaning - We look at a bit of history behind the meaning of this celebration.
Down the Rabbit Hole Maze - Follow that rabbit! Oh no! The Bunny is stuck in his hole. Can you get him out so he can deliver the eggs? Start in the center and work your way out to the finish line. Good luck!
Cryptojokes - Below are some funny Easter jokes. Use the code below to decode the answers to the jokes.
Eggy Word Search - The Easter Bunny has hidden words in the puzzle below. Can you find all of them?
Word Scramble - Unscramble the words. Then use the words to write a
paragraph about this holiday.
Word Search - Find all 12 words in the puzzle and write them on the lines.
What is It? - Complete this series of sentences to make sense of the traditions associated with this holiday.
Discussion Organizer - Have a class discussion and talk about the history, traditions, and important figures of this celebration.
The Alphabet - Put these vocabulary terms in alphabetic order.
The Craziest Egg Hunt - Write your own story about a character that
finds an egg at the park and when they get home it hatches into a real live dinosaur.
- Every year many families come together to celebrate the Easter holiday. Does your family have
special traditions for Easter? If so, write a few of your favorite traditions. If not, you can write
about any family traditions that you may have for special occasions or events. Write at least 6
Easter Kangaroo? - Make up your own story about a different
kind of animal that delivers treats to children around the world on this or another holiday.
Symbols - What does each object that you see symbolize?
My Thoughts - These short prompts help students begin to digest the holiday.
Drawing Up - Draw a picture and write five sentences about what you draw.
Time For... - What do you relate this holiday with in your mind?
New Beginnings - Think about a time when you received a second
chance or a fresh start, maybe after things didn't go so well the first time around. What wasn't going well? How did your fresh start come about?