What you'll need ;
- Scissors (kid safe)
- Poster paint
- Plastic Easter egg halves (to match color of paint)
- Paper plate to hold paint
First you draw a large egg shape on a white piece of paper
Letting your child cut the outlined egg himself helps with fine motor skills.
After cutting out the egg, we put the paint on the plate and had the plastic Easter eggs to match the color of the paint.
He was not happy at first but then when we started he was really into it!
This was a fun learning activity! And after Josiah got a little messy he was really into it!