Whenever our niece and nephew come to town, I love creating simple crafts all the kids can do together, which inspired these Easter crafts for kids. Having something I can pull out after naptime or during that grumpy time before dinner really cuts the screen time in half.
So when they made plans to visit for their Spring Break I knew I needed some fun ideas over Easter! Along with the super simple Easter crafts for kids below, we painted Easter cookies, made handprint palm leaves for Palm Sunday, hard-boiled eggs together, dyed Easter eggs, and painted small Easter bunnies from the Target Dollar Spot.
The best part about these activities? They are super affordable and easy for everyone involved. All you need to create is some colorful paper, clear contact paper, tissue paper squares, and scissors. Don’t forget my free Easter crafts for kids templates available in my Resource Library!
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To make an Easter craft for kids
The above freebie includes step-by-step instructions to help you create a gorgeous Easter egg or Cross craft.
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