5 Fun Easter Crafts for Kids

5 Fun Easter Crafts for Kids

This season is such a special one for children. There’s the magic of the Easter bunny as well as all of the exciting offerings of spring – flowers blooming, warmer weather, and birds (maybe even some babies) chirping! Help your kids celebrate the season with these cute craft ideas that we gathered from some of our favorite parenting blogs.


Paper Plate Bunny Mask
Not only will this art project from MPM School Supplies keep the kids busy while they create it, they can also have fun playing pretend once it’s completed!





Fingerprint Bunnies and Chicks
Use a stamp pad and marker to make these fingerprint creations from Sarahndipities. They make great keepsakes that you can also use as cards for grandparents and family members.




Homemade Bunny and Egg Stampers
You can feel good about spending quality time with your littles and recycling with this activity from Thoughts from Alice. Just glue together old toilet paper or paper towel rolls into the shape of a bunny or Easter egg. Let your tykes dip the “stamps” into paint to make their own masterpieces.





Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting
This craft from Preschool Activities is perfect for kids ages 2- to 5-years-old. Just use some paint, pom poms (or cotton balls), construction paper and clothes pins. Your preschooler will have a blast and be entertained for a solid portion of the afternoon!




Gumball Easter Eggs
The amazing thing about these Gumball Easter Eggs from A Joyful Riot is that they don’t even require any egg dye. Your children can use markers and construction paper (and you hold the glue gun) to make these adorable works of art. Here are some other genius ways to decorate eggs from A Pumpkin and a Princess.




Unfortunately, these paper crafts only last for so long. If you want to remember them for longer and be able to show your kids some of their cute creations later on, take photos of them! Create an event ID in the Share-Your-Photos app so the images can be stored forever and you can easily share them with family and friends.

Is there an Easter craft that you like to do with you children? Tell us in the comments or post a picture of it on our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram!

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