What’s the Project? Looking for some cute & easy Easter crafts for kids this Spring? These kids crafts are cute and easy to pull off for even the littlest of hands. Use them in the classroom, at home, or for a party!
There’s just something about Springtime that’s got me feeling happy (other than the fact that it’s my birthday today)! All the pretty colors, cute little animals, pretty flowers. And this week the sun has been shining and I’ve heard a few birds chirping. Hopefully, the frogs behind my house will start croaking soon too. That’s usually one of the first signs of Spring here. I love it! Do you?
To get excited about Spring and Easter, I thought it would be fun to round up some fun Easter crafts for kids for you to do with your family or in a school classroom. These ideas will be great for parents, grandparents, teachers, and kids who are looking for fun ways to celebrate the Easter season.
I’ve got so many fun ideas to show you. Everything from Easter chicks to little lambs, flowers to Easter eggs. And of course, don’t forget the Easter bunny. I hope you have so much fun doing these cute Easter crafts with your kids or grandkids or whoever you are doing them with!
Lots of fun ideas here for you to use and I’ve tried to get a variety of activities so that they are great for everyone from toddlers to preschoolers, as well as older kids. These could be great for moms for doing at home or if you’ve got an Easter party that you’re planning! Also perfect for in the classroom. Look through the variety of options and see what you think will work best for you and your kids. Fun Easter egg ideas, bunnies and chicks, so much to choose from with these Easter Crafts for Kids.
Also, if you need other fun Easter activities for kids, try this fun Easter Bingo game:
Easter Craft Ideas:
This is one of my favorite projects that I have ever made because they turned out so cute! Little chicks and bunnies in jar form. All you need is small jars, glue, glitter, and some decor like bunny ears or little chick feet and googly eyes.
A super simple one for little kids, make these sun catcher Easter eggs with different colored strips of tissue paper.
Bust out the markers or crayons! These cute coloring pages are a huge favorite for kids of all ages (and adults too—coloring is so soothing!)
Grab some yarn in lots of colors and get wrapping to make these easy eggs. Another one that is simple for many ages.
Awww! How cute is this little lamb? She’s made from lots of little Q-tips and you could add the bow or not, However you want the little lamb to be!
Doilies aren’t just for Valentine’s Day anymore! Make some cute painted Easter eggs with a doily and your creative skills. The kids can gete as colorful as they want with these.
I just can’t get enough of this cute one! How darling is this little chick made with popsicle sticks? Another really easy one that could be great for the classroom.
And if you like crafts that use popsicle sticks (because they are easy!), here’s another one for you. Make a fun carrot with a couple of popsicle sticks painted orange and topped with green paper.
Another cute little sheep—and this one is really creative! It uses bubble wrap that’s painted to make it look fluffy and fun. You know the kids are going to love love love making this one! (Who doesn’t love playing with bubble wrap, right?!)
How cool is this?! Decorate aluminum foil to look like an Easter egg. You know it’s going to be so satisfying to decorate that egg on foil. And you can get as creative as you want decorating the eggs. Make a bunch!
Here’s a nice religious one for celebrating the reason for the holiday. Use watercolors to paint this cross. This could be a great one for a church activity.
Another fun carrot, this time made with yarn! And handprint toppers. This seems like a good one for the little ones in classrooms to try out. Maybe have carrots or carrot-themed snacks to go with it.
My mom used to love to do salt dough crafts when I was a kid. And we made a bunch with her. These painted Easter eggs are fun because you can decorate a bunch in all different colors and all different patterns. I think some of my boys might even enjoy doing this Easter egg art.
Grab a paper plate and lace-up this chick. This one is probably a little bit trickier and might be good to try with older kids, but I know that many kids will love trying their hand at this fun project! Paper plate crafts are always good for school projects because they are easy to transport.
How about a little origami or something like it? Make these cute 3D eggs using any combination of papers that you want. They can be bright and bold or more subtle and pastel. Have fun with any combo.
Darling, right?! Grab some cotton balls or pom poms and make a cute little sheep mask and then take pictures. Moms will love this because they can keep the pictures forever and remember the good old days. (That’s the phase I am in because my kids are mostly teens now.)
How cool are these Easter eggs?! So colorful and so fun—another one that I think even the older kids might really enjoy trying!
This is a fun way to recycle those old egg cartons after you dye your eggs. Make a little Easter chick in any color and decorate it with beaks and eyes. So cute!
One more painted egg one, This one with watercolors. Doesn’t get much easier than this!
Gotta love this cute little finger puppet. Easy to make and then fun to use! The kids are going to love that!
This one is really simple—perfect for preschoolers and kindergartners. Just add a face to the little sheep doily.
I think I remember doing this as a kid? Does anyone else? Use a potato to create an Easter egg stamp and then have fun using it to create cards or stationary. The kids are going to love this because it’s so different from what they normally do. You can also use it to make a fun garland to use as Easter decorations.
How creative are these little plastic spoon flowers? A fun way to welcome Spring! You could make them in many colors.
This one is unusual, but perfect for young hands. Grab some cardboard and get painting!
Need a fun Easter activity? Hopefully, you’ve found some great Easter crafts for kids here that are going to be great fun to do with your family. It’s a fun time of year and it’s always fun to do things with the kids. Enjoy your time with them and have fun making these cute projects.
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