Down here in Southern Alabama, we typically have Spring Break around Easter. So, even if we don’t homeschool, we have plenty of opportunity to instill the real reason for the season and into our Children. This huge list of over 60 Easter Recipes Crafts & Educational Ideas can help you to do just that.
As if the 60+ ideas below aren’t enough….
- You can find our complete list of Easter Recipes, Crafts & Education here.
- You can find over 40 Fun Easter Activities for Toddlers here.
60+ Easter Recipes Crafts & Educational Ideas:
Below you will find DIY decor for your home as well as fun craft projects for kids of all ages. There are kid’s activities and printable worksheets. Plus, delicious (and adorable) recipes for everyone. I have sorted everything by topic, so just scroll until you find what you need. Happy Easter!
Over 20 Easter Crafts:
Loving this Button Easter Egg Craft from Carrie Elle. The kids could make it and it can be a chic decoration for years!
I am not a Peeps fan, they don’t taste good to me. My husband, however LOVES them. These adorable Toilet Paper Peeps from Happy Hooligans is a perfect compromise for me. LOL!
These Easter Craft Stick Puppets from Easy Peasy and Fun are too adorable and so easy that your toddler can make them!
Enlist the littles with this Toddler Twist on Egg Dying!
A Little Pinch of Perfect has the right idea with this Handprint Chick craft. What an amazing keepsake!
I loved paper weaving when I was little and your children will enjoy it, too! Pull out the guillotine to slice up some paper for your children to make this Paper Weaving Easter Basket idea from Kids Play Box.
Calling all STEM lovers! Your kids will be amazed by this Crystal Easter Egg Science Craft from Fantastic Fun & Learning.
OMG! These Candy Filled Egg Carton Chicks from One Little Project are a perfect way to upcycle those cardboard egg cartons!
This DIY Easter Bunting Craft from Fun Crafts Kids allows you do decorate your home in any color you choose!
Jesus is the Reason for the Season! Not only is this Resurrection Craft from True Aim Education easy, but it is also educational and a makes a great conversation piece.
Surprise your kids with a hidden candy in these Cadbury Bunnies from Positively Splendid.
Food, Family, and Travel knows how to have fun! These adorable Pipe Cleaner Spring Flowers are testament to that.
If you are like me, you have a pretty bad addiction to Washi Tape. Break it out and make this darling Washi Tape Eggs Craft from The Simple Parent.
Books aren’t dead. While I love my Kindle, there is nothing quite like flipping through the pages of a book. This is tactile reinforcement that kids need. Help them keep their place this Easter Season with these Bunny Corner Bookmark Designs from Red Ted Art.
I am loving these Easter Mason Jar Favors from Lolly Jane.
There is a secret inside these Egg Clothespin Crafts from DIY Inspired.
I have had a little branch tree for at least 10 years. I picked it up at a yard sale for like 2 bucks, but it had no ornaments. So, I have been holding onto it all these years. Now, thanks to this Sparkly Decorative Eggs Craft from Canadian Family I can make my own. Woot!
Small children means broken crayons. Turn them into this fun craft from About a Mom. Make some Egg Shaped Crayons!
Landee See Landee Do has directions for decorating your mantel with DIY decor. I don’t have a fireplace in my home, but I have shelves everywhere. I can apply the same principle and am excited. 🙂
These Easter Chick Thread Spools from Love & Marriage Blog are too cute for words!
Let’s make music! PreK Pages shows us how to upcycle those plastic eggs into music makers.
Easter Activities for Kids:
Your kids can get their wiggles and aggression out by smashing these fun Confetti Eggs from Still Playing School.
This Play-dough Easter Egg Art Activity from The Mommy Talks is not only a way to improve your little artists’ skills, but is awesome for helping to improve the fine motor skills of your preschool children.
This Egg Match-up Game is fun for your preschool children.
Make some pastel (Spring colored) play-dough and then play any of these fun Easter Play-dough Activities from Happy Hooligans.
You can always make some pretty Easter Slime from the recipe at Little Bins for Little Hands. She even includes a list of activities using your new slime!
Oh! These Raspberry Dough Bunnies look like such a fun and messy activity for the kids! Seriously, Crayon Box Chronicles has so much fun at her house that I want to be her child! 🙂
Lemon Lime Adventures has a list of the 10 Best Science Experiments for Easter and they all look so fun that the kids won’t even know they are learning! Score!
PreK Pages is loaded with crafts and activities for our preschool children. This list of activities using plastic eggs is right up my cheapskate alley!
Our kids get so much sensory overload these days. Calm them down with this Easter Sensory Bin from Growing Hands on Kids.
10+ Easter Worksheets for Kids:
How adorable are the Easter Kid Color Pages from Crystal and Comp? They teach your child all about the Resurrection.
I have always loved playing Bingo. I don’t know if it is the act of matching or winning. It could be my Catholic upbringing. LOL! Either way, these Printable Easter Bingo Cards from PreK Pages fulfills my need to yell, “BINGO!”
The Measured Mom is teaching all about the word “am” with these darling Easter Emergent Readers – best thing is they are FREE!
When the family gets together for any special meal, the kids get antsy. These Easter Place-mats from Somewhat Simple are not just gorgeous, but great boredom busters!
All of the following printable Easter worksheets can be found here at 3 Boys and a Dog.
- Cursive Handwriting Practice
- Kindergarten Handwriting Practice
- Patterns – What Comes Next?
- Preschool Cutting Practice
- Spot the Differences
- Greater Than or Less Than
- Reading Flash Cards
Over 20 Recipes Perfect for Easter:
You can find lots and lots of Easter Recipes from 3 Boys and a Dog here.
Are you a Rice Krispie fan? If so, you are going to love these Rice Krispie Chick Cupcake Toppers from Crystal and Comp.
Oh yes! This Peanut Butter Filled Chocolate Eggs recipe from Butter with a Side of Bread is calling my name. This is my weakness!
You and your kids can try to catch Peter Cottontail with this delicious Bunny Bait Recipe from Family Fresh Meals
If Thrifty DIY Diva is making it, you know it will stay within budget. These Peeps Pretzel Rods are perfect for your child’s Easter Class Party!
These Sugar Free Macaroons from Polkadot Chair are almost too cute to eat.
Holy Cake! Blissfully Domestic sure knows how to present! Check out this beautiful Easter Cake Recipe!
Let’s step away from all the sugary goodness. Let’s Lasso the Moon has an amazing Carrot Cake Pancakes Recipe to brighten Easter Morning!
This Checkerboard Cake from Amanda’s Cooking is so very pretty and I bet delicious, too!
This Chocolate Easter Egg Pie from Living on a Dime sounds totally decadent!
Is Easter Brunch on the agenda? Make everyone their own Personal Mini Frittata using this recipe from Today’s Mama
Grandma always makes it best, that is why we all continue making poke cakes. However, Pinterest forces us to step up our game with prettier cakes that are easy to make but appear to take hours and hours. This Easter Poke Cake from Flour on My Face nails it!
These Bird Nests from B-Inspired Mama are too cute! I can remember eating haystacks growing up, these are like those but for Easter.
Oh My Word! These Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Cheesecake Brownies from Baby to Boomer have all of my favorite treats in one bite-sized portion!
Why is a Bunny’s behind so cute? These Bunny Butt Pudding Cups from A Helicopter Mom are a super simple treat that is right up my domestic alley.
The Soccer Mom Blog has made some adorable Easter Bunny Peeps Cupcakes that any of us can make!
These Easter Egg Stuffed Crescent Rolls from Simply Stacie is a treat I can surely sink my teeth into!
Had enough sugar? Don’t get too excited (or upset) this junk food junkie will bring back more, soon. Meanwhile, check out this yummy Carrot Cresecent Roll Appetizer from This Mama Loves
Break out the bread sticks! Bitz N Giggles has a fabulous Cadbury Egg Dip Recipe that is to jump for!
Spaceships and Laser Beams is my go to for pretty much all things PAR-TAY! I can always find the best (and most unique) goodies over there… like this Cream Egg Cracker Toffee recipe.
I am loving these Easter Basket Cupcakes from 5 Minutes for Mom. Seriously, I have an addiction to individual treats. I think it is because I have 3 boys that fight over who got the bigger piece. 🙂
This Southern Gal loves this Cast Iron Skillet Cookie Recipe from A Cultivated Nest.
More Easter Fun:
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LEGO Easter Egg Hunt – 145 Pieces