5 Oct

Today I would like to share with you all how you could work Easter with the youngest ones in Primary level. I love PETER RABBIT, so the next ideas I’m going to present use him as the point of interest.

There is this version of the song Here comes Peter Cottontail that I adore, I find it very catchy. The video itself isn’t great, so you could only play the song and don’t show the video.


I made this worksheet with the lyrics so the pupils could colour Peter. Inside the rectangular sign I would ask them to write “Happy Easter”.



If you wanted your pupils to have some extra fun doing some Arts related to Easter, I adore this activity called “Fingerprint Chicks”

http://www.kinderart.com/seasons/easter8.shtml chick


I like asking them to make 5 fingerprint chicks spread out on a sheet of paper and then they have to draw a background for them. It always looks fantastic and you can use them to decorate the classroom walls or even the school corridor.


In case you want to spend several lessons working on Easter, you could watch the adorable film of The tale of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny by Beatrix Potter.


Here there are a couple of worksheets to work a little bit on vocabulary related to Easter that you could ask them to do so they calm down after having been singing the song for example, or for those who finish first the Arts activity.





4 Responses to “EASTER for the LITTLE ones in PRIMARY”

  1. TESLbug January 8, 2015 at 1:39 am #

    The fingerprint chick is so cute! I will definitely have to use that one 🙂 There’s also a really cute Disney cartoon that shows the rabbits in the whole process of making eggs and chocolate bunnies – my students always enjoyed it. Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7onTP9nEjcQ

    • laiaprincep January 8, 2015 at 8:03 am #

      Oh thank you very much for sharing 😀

  2. laiaprincep March 13, 2015 at 6:29 pm #

    Reblogged this on Laia's TEFL corner and commented:

    It’s time to start planning some Easter lessons 😀

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