For those of you who love a little variety with your Easter printables, we have decided to compile a list of ten printer-friendly pages that aren’t focused solely on coloring or a mish-mash. In this list, we are going to share with you ten of the best printable worksheets for Easter and you can pick between the mazes, word games, and math sheets to determine the ones you want your best homeschooling students or children to enjoy.
1. An Easter maze from HomeVenn. Amanda designed this printable maze featured on our site. This is a larger maze perfect for more advanced problem solvers who want to help the bunny rabbit find his carrots at the center.
2. The Twisty Noodle has an Easter writing worksheet that combines a coloring image of an Easter basket complete with eggs with a handwriting exercise spelling out “Happy Easter.”
3. BigActivities.com hosts a connect-the-dots worksheet with its print-out of a floral print that needs a little bit of help to actually become an Easter Egg.
4. The first word search worksheet on our list features the actual search contained within an Easter Egg and is from ABC teach. The words are listed at the bottom.
5. Learning English has a fun word game starring a bunny rabbit offering up a cautionary message about eating too many jelly beans. This worksheet requires that students match a letter to a number to cipher out a message.
6. Activity Village U.K.’s Easter crossword puzzle is challenging enough to be of interest to advanced younger students and will be an easy, breezy worksheet for third or fourth graders.
7. This maze from Gerber Baby Contest is a bit easier than the one Amanda created, so it would be nice for smaller kids to use to guide the chicky to the eggs. Several other printables are also featured on this page.
8. The BBC has a combo craft printable that allows your children to make a pop-up chicken. The final effect will actually end up more 3-dimensional than pop-up, but it will be a fun mixer with the other worksheets.
9. Easter alphabetizing is the name of the game with this printable from HaveFunTeaching. The worksheet has a list of Easter related words at the top, and it is the responsibility of the student to put them in alphabetical order in the provided blanks.
10. This Learning English page features the printable shared above as well as two others. Of particular interest is the second worksheet which requires students to add together numbers to create the key to answer the word puzzle at the bottom. Two games for the price of one!
Keep your eye out for additional Easter content over the next few days here at HomeVenn.