Easter is one of the most fun holidays to celebrate with your kids! Between brightly colored Easter eggs and adorable Easter bunnies there is plenty to make this holiday a family favorite. Crafts are a great way to teach your kids about the Easter holiday and to have some fun decorating or even just making a mess. If you’re looking for some fun Easter crafts to make with kids, check out this list to get started!
Fun Easter Crafts for Kids!
If you’re looking for an Easter craft to enjoy with your youngest family members, this edible baby paint is perfect for you. It’s nice to let your toddler paint without hovering around anxiously to snatch the paint away if they move it towards their mouth! Cut out some paper eggs and let your little ones create colorful Easter craft masterpieces.
If your kids are anxiously awaiting the upcoming Easter holiday, they will love this Easter egg countdown craft! It’s similar to an advent calendar for Christmas. The countdown allows your kids to open an egg every day in the days leading up to the holiday. They will enjoy making the countdown string with you and then opening it for a surprise each day!
No Easter craft list would be complete without an Easter bunny craft. These easy paper bunnies are adorable. And they are incredibly easy to make. I love that they are three dimensional so you can set them on a table as a cute centerpiece decoration for the holiday.
I was excited to make these paper plate chicken Easter baskets with my kids because I love the idea of a DIY Easter basket. These baskets are small and adorable. They made perfect decorations for Easter. And the project itself was really fun. I love little yellow chicks for Easter and for spring so these are perfect!
This craft is so simple, you can set it up for your kids within just a few minutes. Save an old cardboard box to cut out your eggs, cover them with tin foil and let your kids color away. My only caution is that you need to use Sharpie permanent markers. There is nothing messy about this craft unless your kids are the type to go rogue with the markers and end up coloring more than the foil eggs. Just to be sure, you may want to keep an eye on your kids while they’re coloring.
If you’re looking for something with a little more pizazz than a craft with paint or glue, give this Easter egg rocket a try. It’s not just for looking at! This rocket can go! This is as much a science experiment as a craft so it combines fun and learning. My kids loved it! I’m sure we will be making more between now and Easter.
I remember paper weaving from when I was a child in preschool or Sunday school making crafts. It works great with these Easter eggs. And it’s a great way to have your preschooler work on their fine motor skills. The result is pretty and makes a nice craft to hang on the wall or refrigerator.
Now is the perfect time to start on your Easter crafts so you can enjoy them all month!