Easter Activities for Kids

Easy Easter Crafts and Activities for Children

Looking for some fun and creative Easter activities to keep your kids entertained? Look no further than our Babypalooza Pinterest Page, where we’ve curated a collection of egg-citing ideas that will delight children of all ages. From handprint crafts and egg coloring pages to bunny hats and baskets, there’s something here for everyone.

6 Easter Activities for Kids

Easter Egg Coloring Pages

Easter egg coloring pages are an easy and fun way to get kids into the holiday spirit. These pages typically feature intricate designs or simple outlines of eggs, bunnies, chicks, and other Easter-related symbols. Kids can use crayons, markers, or colored pencils to fill in the shapes with vibrant colors. Not only is this activity great for keeping kids entertained, but it also helps to improve their fine motor skills and creativity.

Easter Bunny Hats

You only need some cardstock or a printable Easter egg hat and a bunny activity template to make a bunny Easter hat. Kids can use coloring markers to color in the template and then cut out decorations like eggs and flowers to glue onto the hat. This is a great opportunity for kids to use their imaginations and create unique designs. You can let younger children decorate the hat however they like without worrying too much about the final result.

DIY Easter Baskets

Children can easily create their Easter baskets with just a few materials, such as paper card stock, glue sticks, scissors, and a printable template. By printing out the template and following the step-by-step instructions, children can fold and glue the oblong basket base into shape, attach the head and paws, and even add a cute little tail. With the addition of a handle, the Easter basket is complete and ready to be filled with treats and goodies for an Easter egg hunt.

Easter Scavenger Hunts

Easter scavenger hunts are a classic and exciting activity for kids during the Easter holiday. Setting it up is easy and can be tailored to any age group or skill level. To begin, print off the clue cards and hide the second clue first based on the details of the first clue. Then, continue to hide all clue cards based on the previous clue hints until you are left with the last one. Add extra cards before the final clue if you want to make it longer.

Easter Peeps S’mores

Easter s’mores are fun and delicious. All you need are three simple ingredients: Peeps, Hershey’s chocolate squares, and graham crackers. To make these yummy treats, start by placing a Peep on top of a graham cracker. Next, add a square of Hershey’s chocolate on top of the Peep. Finally, place another graham cracker on top to make a sandwich. Microwave the s’more for a few seconds to melt the chocolate and marshmallow together. This easy recipe can be done by kids with adult supervision and is sure to be a hit at any Easter celebration.

Easter Handprint Ideas

Handprint crafts are not only fun but also a great way to create a keepsake that captures their size and skill level. Some easy Easter handprint ideas include making bunny handprints, Easter egg handprints, and lamb handprints. Kids will love getting messy with paint and creating something unique and special. These activities can also be combined with reading Bible verses and teaching the kids about the true meaning of Easter, making it a meaningful experience for the whole family.

Check out our Easter Fun for Baby Pinterest Board for more ideas to explore!

Do you have any creative ideas for Easter Day? We’d love to hear from you in the comments section below!

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