This activity was born out of boredom. I thought it wasn’t very creative when it popped in my head , but my son was all about it! This Easter game challenged his auditory sense and critical thinking skills and took all of 30 seconds to set up.
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Small objects like beans, pennies, rice, marbles, legos, rubber bands etc.
Fill each egg with a different set of objects. Do this when your child isn’t looking.
Once each object is in a sealed egg, let your kiddo give it a shake and guess what’s inside.
The first round was really hard since Loopy had no idea what objects could be in each egg. I helped him ask probing questions and at least narrow down what the item could be so he’d make an educated guess. Then I let him open them up.
The second round was much easier since he could utilize a process of elimination. I loved seeing him learn and use good thinking skills!
Loopy wanted to be the teacher for round three and he definitely stumped me a couple times, though I still claim he cheated! 😉
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