These simple egg templates are a fun way to help your kids learn more about the letter E, birds and also several other animals that hatch from eggs.
Eggs come in so many different shapes, sizes and colors. Whether you opt to use this at home or in the classroom, I’m confident that your kids will thoroughly enjoy decorating their own eggs to match their favorite bird.
Are you looking to take it one step further? Check out all our adorable bird crafts as well! They go along with this simple egg template perfectly!
They can be an egg for hundreds of different animals and your kids can really let their imagination sore. With that in mind, keep scrolling to find some other fun ways to use this egg template today!
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Egg Template and Coloring Sheets
Ideas for Egg Template:
Not sure what to do with all the blank eggs you’ve just printed? Here are some great ideas:
1. Egg Process Art
Process art allows young children to experiment with creating art using many different methods and tools. It gives them the freedom to explore and experiment without “rules” since the process is more important than the finished product.
To experience process art with your young learners, use these egg templates with lots of options for decorating. Try scraps of paper, watercolors, bingo markers, plastic cutlery, q-tips, and salt for creating some really amazing eggs.
2. Egg Stencils
With six different sizes of eggs, it’s easy to use these templates as stencils for a lot of different bird or reptile projects. I love the ideas of using them for an art project with kids, so I can’t wait to try some with sponge painting.
Then, maybe we will make a garland out of our colorful sponge painted eggs. They could also be used to make an bird or reptile themed sign for the door. Just print, cut out, and use these egg templates for the perfect egg shapes to complete your project.
3. Egg Coloring Pages
If you are wanting to stay simple, just use these as coloring pages. Why not just bust out a box of crayons, markers or colored pencils and just go to town! You can even color one too along side your kiddos.
4. Bible Lesson
Just like the egg keeps the birds, fish, reptiles and so many more safe as they grow and hatch, God wants to be the same safety for us as well. When you are teaching your kids all about the different kids of eggs there are, explain how God keeps us safe. “The name of Jehovah is a strong tower; the righteous runneth into it, and is safe.”—Prov. 18:10
You can explain, when we are scared we can call on the name of Jehovah God for protection.
Egg Template Materials Needed:
- White Card Stock Paper
- Colored Pencils, Markers or Crayons
- Printable Egg Templates (FOUND AT THE BOTTOM)
Make your child’s finished egg craft a forever memory by laminating it! We use this laminator and cannot express how much we love it! It is not only inexpensive, it is SO easy to use! Your kids will love seeing how much you adore their art work when you laminate and display it for years to come!
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Blank Egg Templates:
Need more bird themed templates and projects? Be sure to check out all the great bird crafts and printables. I can’t wait to hear all about how you and your littles are making memories crafting and with these fun printable cut and paste birds.