This is a very simple 🐣Easter inspired craft for children. All you need for this 🐣egg-ornament DIY is matching foam egg stickers and strings. During this activity, a child will promote his/her fine-motor skills as precision and patience are required to peel off the backing and attach strings. Also, a child will practice color matching in a process of finding the matching halves.
First, Adrian had to find a matching egg pair, then peel both backs off, attach the string, and stick to two egg-halves together.
Decorating eggs for Easter is a tradition that dates back to at least XIII-th century. Eggs were formerly a forbidden food during the Lenten season, so people would paint and decorate them to mark the end of the period of fasting, and then eat them on Easter as a celebration. The "egg" is also an ancient symbol of new life and it has been associated with pagan festivals celebrating spring for thousands of years.
For more Easter-inspired activities, see here 🐣Easter 🐰Inspired Themed Unit Study.