Are you looking for some fun Easter projects for kids to work on this week?
This list of 30 Great Easter Projects and Activities is sure to keep you and your children occupied (and learning) all about Easter!
Great Easter Projects for Kids:
While most of the following Easter Projects for Kids can be done using items around your house, I do have a few purchasable items sprinkled in. Some of the following links may contain affiliate links to Amazon.
1. Countdown to Easter:
I love this flipbook printable countdown from Wild Olive. You and your children will have some fun putting the project together. This is probably one of my favorite Easter Projects for Kids from this entire list! Then, you will all have a blast doing the Easter themed, family friendly, activities!
A little research garnered this great 12 Days of Easter Countdown. I know you and your children will have fun doing these projects each day.
Make your own Easter Advent Calendar with these instructions from Somewhat Simple,
2. Resurrection Crafts and Printables:
Eggs and Bunnies are super cute, fun, and very child friendly! That is true, but don’t forget the real Reason for the Season!
DIY your own Mini Resurrection Garden with these instructions from We Are THAT Family.
These Easter Resurrection Color Pages from Crystal and Company are too adorable! You can set your kids up with the video below, or this great movie, these pages, and colors to really educate and reinforce your children about Jesus’s Easter Story!
Send your children on a hunt that will lead them to the treasure of Easter. Read the story together, open each egg, and find the surprise inside – each a symbol of Jesus’ journey to the cross. These Resurrection Eggs are a great way to connect while reliving the events of those history-changing hours
3. Super Cool Egg Crafts and Projects:
If you grab some Chicken Eggs – or plastic eggs, you can create easy math and science projects that are Easter Themed.
These Rubber Cement Resist Eggs from Crap I’ve Made will thrill your kids! It is almost like magic!
With a little preparation, you can make this easy Egg Matching and Pattern Game from The Preschool Toolbox to help your littles work on mastering their fine motor skills!
This Egg in Shoebox Homemade Size Sorter by Tons of Preschool Activities can help your preschool children work on recognizing size, but also can improve fine motor skills.
4. Palm Sunday Crafts for Kids:
This big list of Palm Sunday Ideas from Preschool Plan It is the perfect selection of projects.
Here is a list of Palm Sunday Crafts for Toddlers from The Bump to help you do some crafts, activities, and projects with your Toddler kids.
You will also love this Palm Branch Craft for Preschoolers from Oh, Amanda
5. Delicious Easter Projects:
Don’t forget about cooking! Cooking & Baking make great Easter Projects for Kids because they can help your children learn math skills and fine motor skills – plus, they can eat their work. Score!
Not only adorable, but super yummy! Easter Bunny Dinner Rolls from The Homestead Survival (aren’t these cool?!) The article even has links to stuffing these rolls!
Even your toddlers can decorate these adorable Easter Bunny Cupcakes from Crystal and Company!
6. An Easter Story Projects:
These simple story cards from True Aim Education teach young children about the resurrection story. These cards break the story up into six small parts that make it easy to remember.
Personally, I love this video. This is a great way to teach toddlers and preschoolers all about God’s Story!
7. Easter Decorations for the Kids to Make:
I love this Easter Salt Dough Bunnies project here at 3 Boys and a Dog. You can use the little bunnies as decorations around your house when you have fnish the reading and math project!
Head over to Rainy Day um for instructions on Dying Egg Shells and then using those dyed shells to make a gorgeous Egg Shell Collage art project! Together, they would make fun or great home decor ideas.
If you and your children are into MobRox, you will love this Rock Painting Bunny Rabbit idea from Ruffles and Rain Boots. If you are not into MobRox, you will still love painting this adorable bunny and using the rocks as decoration around your home. 🙂
8. Quiet Time Easter Activities:
Print out some of the worksheets and coloring pages, add them to a (aff link) storage clipboard along with a few crafty supplies to get the perfect quiet time kit for your children.
9. Energy Draining Kids Easter Projects:
This Reverse Easter Egg Hunt idea from Crystal and Company will have your kids running around like lunatics for as many hours as you let them. Then, they will be ready to crash!
10. DIY Easter Gift Ideas:
These Easter Bath Bombs from Ruffles and Rain Boots are a great idea for non-candy Easter Basket Goodies, but you and your children could also make them for the special people in your lives. Grandmother, Teacher, and Bible School Teacher would love them.
More Awesome Easter Articles:
The Ultimate List of Easter Cupcake Recipes
(aff link) Easter Eggs: 40 Fabulous Projects for the Whole Family
I love this Easter Trivia Game idea from Hip Homeschool Moms
What are YOUR favorite Easter activities? Leave a comment and tell me all about them!