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Free ESL Easter Activity

Easter is just around the corner and it is a perfect time to integrate some English words into playtime.

Here is a great Easter activity:

Free Easter Colouring Page



Use Robbys video to learn your colours in English and then follow the instructions below to make your own Easter Egg hunt.


We all know that children learn at their best whilst playing, so it makes perfect sense to integrate their first English words into their playtime.

The secret to introducing your child to their first English words is to make sure that the words are connected to a positive emotion.

If I can feel a language, I will learn a language

Fiona Simpson-Stöber


Learning English with Robby & Fiona does exactly that. We have so much fun that learning is secondary, in fact I would go as far as saying when you learn English with Robby, you don’t even notice you are learning because you are having so much fun.

Download your Free Easter Colouring Page here:

  • Download the file
  • Print the page and start having fun learning your colours while colouring in your Easter Eggs.
  • When you have finished, you can cut out the eggs and make your own “Easter Egg Hunt.”

I would advise you to colour in the eggs in a different colour and then you can say to your child:

“Please find me an egg with red in it”

“Please find me an egg with blue in it” etc.

Keep going until all of the eggs have been found. Once you have found the eggs you can then count them and see how many you have.

Here is Robby´s favourite Easter song…….

Remember: In Robbys world you can be as creative as your brain will allow you to be 🙂 !

Have Fun & Happy Easter

Fiona & Robby