35+ Easter STEAM Activities for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners. Holiday themed Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math activities for preschool learning. STEM activities for kids.
Easter STEAM Activities for Preschoolers
Science Experiments for Preschoolers
Using Science experiments for preschoolers around the theme of Easter holiday activities can be fun and engaging. Hands on science experiments will cause the preschooler to get involved, critically think and engage in what is happening in the world around them.
Floating Peep Boats – Grab your peeps and make boats to see if they float or sink. Science activities for kids evoke thought and hands on learning for preschoolers as they explore Easter science peep boats. This simple science activity for preschoolers is sure to be filled with fun but ultimately learning through the STEAM process.
Dying Easter Eggs with Shaving Cream -Dyeing Easter eggs is always a fun tradition in our family and this year we did a little science experiment with easter egg dyeing, to change things up, using shaving cream to create marble eggs.
Make Edible Easter Silly Putty- See how we made this homemade edible silly putty out of gummy worms, cornstarch and sugar, with step-by-step instructions and photos!
Peeps Edible Puffy Paint! Make some edible puffy paint from peeps candy this Easter. What fun! Kids will love getting sticky and messy with this fun paint recipe.
How to Make Bunny Crayons – You can make any shaped crayons you wish depending on the holiday and to make it super simple use your Instant Pot – instructions found HERE!
Spring Activities – Cress Heads, a classic but fun science experiment and project for preschoolers and kindergartners a like! –> Another twist on these adorable Egg Grass Heads. These are also perfect preschool garden starters for the coming spring preschool gardening season!
Simple Easter Science – Mixing Colors with Plastic Eggs
Can You Dye Brown Eggs? Great Easter Science project that is simple and intriguing.
Egg Parachute – Science experiment
Color Surprise Fizzy Egg Science Experiment
Floating Egg Science Experiment
Fizzing Rainbow Easter Egg Science Experiment
Walking on Eggs Science Experiment
Magic Egg Science Experiment + a prediction experiment sheet!!
Dissolving Peeps Science Experiment
Rainbow STEM Eggs
Salt Crystal Eggs
Technology for Preschoolers
Forget Computers Easy Coding for Preschoolers – using simple coding with jelly beans to learn the basics of coding
Engineering Activities for Preschoolers
Letting your preschooler learn through these Easter STEAM Activities for Preschoolers all around engineering! Engineering is probably one of the most fun activities you can give a preschooler. You maybe curious how you teach engineering to preschoolers – but when you teach through engineering activities you are instilling a love for learning, engaging and building within your preschooler when you give them simple engineering projects. You’ll be amazed at watching their thought process for engineering activities.
Easter Engineering Building Shapes – Using this amazing free printable to create jelly bean and toothpick shapes!
Engineer an Easter Bunny Stamp – to use for painting and stamping for a fun Easter Art and Craft for preschoolers.
Peeps Parachute – PEEPS Parachute STEAM Design Challenge Objectives: To encourage young children to use creativity and critical thinking skills to design, make predictions, and test the predictions to observe outcomes.
Easter Robot – Free Printable
Easter Paper Plate Sewing and Weaving
Egg Drop Experiment + Free Printable to track your records!
Easter Catapult Stem Activity for Kids- STEM and Easter! A perfect match because here we love to pair the holidays with cool but easy to make STEM activities!
Easter Art Projects
What preschooler doesn’t love scissors, glue, markers and all things art?! I know mine loves it and I’m so glad she does…the fine motor skills she develops as well as the freedom to explore through art in her preschool years. These great Easter STEAM Activities for Preschoolers all focus on art which is super fun and educational.
Easter Cross Direct Drawing – Using voice commands from the teacher/parent to paint a certain color at a certain spot on their page. Using art mixed in with listening skills makes a really fun art lesson.
Easter Egg Maracas – Easter Music by making your very own easter egg maracas!
Easter Egg Printable and making your very own water color paints with skittles!
Easter Egg Potato Stamping – Create an Easter Paper Plate Basket and making your own eggs stamped from potatoes and decorated!
Easy Yarn Easter Crafts
Math Easter Activities
Using Easter themed activities to learn Math skills during this holiday season is fun! Remember math can be measuring, counting, numbers, shapes and the list goes on!
Roll and Color Easter Math Game – great Preschool Math game to reiterate counting, numbers, groupings and more.
the STEAM process –
- Investigate: Let them look at the materials they are using. Let them touch them, feel them, hold them, talk about what each is made of and ask questions about the materials. Let them explore and see them.
- Discover: Talk about the colors, shapes, materials you are using – discover through learning.
- Connect: Keep it simple! Connect colors or shapes to their world. Ask if they can name other items they know of with similar shapes or colors. Ask them if they have ever seen a tower, what it looked like, if it went up or down, skinny or large. Get them to think and discuss.
- Create: Direct them and let them create/make on their own. Remember they won’t do it perfect and this is where they truly learn and connect a lot in their minds.
- Reflect: Ask what they learned through the STEAM activity for preschoolers. Ask what worked and what didn’t. Again get them to talk and think about their project.
We are a husband and wife team, pairing our strengths together to teach our preschooler in the most fun and engaging way we possibly can. The mister is a high school educator at Northlake Christian school in Covington Louisiana and over the Innovation Center, which is all things STEAM. I am a SAHM that blogs pretty much everything we do in our little paradise, from what we eat, to where we travel to how we teach our little one. We hope you are inspired to incorporate STEAM into learning with your children.
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