Who knew a dozen plastic eggs could provide so much entertainment? This set has instructions for seven different games! Yep SEVEN!!!
I bought a pack of 36 bold plastic eggs and another pack of pastel plastic eggs for $1.98 each. You don't have to buy that many eggs but I was planning on making some sets for a few of our friends and I also wanted some left over eggs for some Easter activities.
I typed up some simple directions and printed them on index cards, which fit perfectly in the top portion of the egg carton. The first three games are super simple. To clarify the 3rd game, the child would match the dark purple and light purple, the dark pink and light pick, etc.
The last four games require a few extra components. You can use whatever manipulatives you want. I just used some things I had lying around the house. Just make sure if you have a little one who is still putting things in their mouth that you pick larger objects.