My cooperating teacher (wonderful Mrs. Linda Lewis) gave me the cutest Easter egg collage coloring page to use in my classroom many years ago. It was always one of my favorite activities to do with my students, and they had so much fun with it!
When I quit teaching after having my twins, I pretty much left all of my files for the teacher who took my place. I figured she needed them much more than I did at the time. And for the most part, I'm glad I did. But every once in awhile I remember a really great activity, or page and kick myself for not keeping more.
The Easter egg collage picture always haunted me. Why didn't I keep a copy? Well, awhile back I stumbled upon this picture. I believe the one I used to have had more eggs, and they were smaller, but this one totally works! In fact, I think the fewer eggs and bigger sizes makes it more doable for younger ones. It's become a tradition to do one of these each year with my boys now. (And be sure to print yourself a copy. I could color hundreds of these.) They're always amazing once completed!
My four-year-old and I started this one, and it's not quite complete yet, but already looking fantastic!
Thanks so much to Doodle Art Alley for helping me out! Click here to download your free Easter egg collage today. And while you're there, take a look around. They have some amazing downloads for your kids (or, if you're a coloring fanatic like me, yourself)!
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