Easter arts and crafts ideas don’t have to be complicated to be special! Many of the ideas included below are basic – because the best projects are the ones you can do without going to the craft store and spending a bunch of money.
8 Easy Easter Arts and Crafts Ideas
Spring is upon us! And with spring, Easter always comes too. Have fun browsing through this list of 8 Easter arts and crafts ideas with your children and picking something special and fun to try together!
Easter Egg Dot Marker Activity
If you’ve got toddlers or preschoolers, those Do-A-Dot markers are a really fun thing to have around the house! Maybe get a pack for an Easter Basket filler and then print out a couple of these counting practice worksheets to tuck in the basket with them!
Wooden Easter Egg Painting Activity
As far as Easter arts and crafts go, eggs are pretty much a staple. These wooden Easter eggs are sure to become a treasured family tradition to pull out every single year! Let kids paint them however they like and then be sure to include them in your egg hunt too!
Christian Easter Coloring Page
When you really want your kid to do something fun and themed but you just can’t make the craft happen, coloring page to the rescue! This page celebrates who Jesus is with a gentle coloring page kids of all ages will enjoy filling in.
Watercolor Surprise Easter Eggs Paper
These watercolor Easter eggs are a beautiful art and craft activity! They’re doable in a home or classroom environment and I really like that there’s a little touch of magic to the process.
Shaving Cream Marbled Paper Easter Eggs
I really like marbled paper crafts. I have saved a banner my kids made years ago with marbled paper and I keep it hung up almost year round! These marbled paper Easter eggs are pretty, fun, and a cool sensory experience while making them.
Dye Actual Eggs With Shaving Cream
I know, I know.. more eggs? But these ones are real! Who knew shaving cream could make such a difference in how cool your Easter eggs look? This arts and crafts idea is best suited for at home since it uses real eggs. They are beautiful!
Sweet Construction Paper Handprint Bunny Project
Simple, sweet, and cute arts and crafts are one of my favorite things! These bunnies make great pets because you don’t have to feed them or clean up after them AND they can go everywhere. Construction paper and a marker and a couple of pens are all you need to make these simple cuties!
Recycled Toilet Paper Roll Bunny
Recycle those TP rolls with this basic bunny project! It’s cute, not overly complicated, and the supply list is simple. If you have kids who are obsessed with repurposing things (raising my hand), they are certain to get a kick out of this clever use of a toilet paper roll.
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