|He's really terrible at color matching right now. I am totally judging him.|
It was really easy. I just used our washable paints to color code the bottoms. I was going to get plastic eggs, but they were actually pretty expensive on Amazon (to get all the colors, anyway), so I bought these adorable wooden ones and painted them with my acrylic paints. I need to seal them with beeswax or something, as the paint rubs and scratches off a bit, but the eggs work just fine for now.
I like this because we can also use pieces of felt, pom-poms, and a variety of other colored items over time.
Bug REALLY loves playing with this. I keep it put up and use it when I need him engaged in something. He likes to either throw all the eggs (mostly...) or take them out one by one, put them in a bag, and then take them back to the carton one by one. It is his way.
|My little Bug and his eggs|
These eggs hurt like hell when they hit you in the head. Jussayin'. But the game is cute and I'm really happy with it.