Christian Easter Crafts For Kids- Teaching Them The Easter Story

It’s so important to keep Easter Christ-centered, and I am always looking for crafts and activities that focus on the true meaning of Easter for my kids. Here’s a round-up of some of my favorite ways!

First of all, if it’s still Lent, you can find my Lenten resources for kids here. This includes ideas for celebrating Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and so much more!


Go ahead and pin this now so you find it later (and share it with your friends!) 🙂

As always, thanks for helping me “spread the icing”, my little cupcakes! {{hugs!}}

DIY Resurrection Garden

how to make a resurrection garden

Lent and Easter Handprint Crafts

handprint craft for easter- empty tomb

Jelly Bean Prayer Coloring Book

Make a candy resurrection centerpiece. Super fun and easy!

Make some marbleized shaving cream eggs straight in the egg carton!

(You can watch the video or click the link)

 

Make an Easter egg cross and fill it with jelly beans!

6 creative ways to teach the Easter story!

creative ways to teach the Easter story

Make a Resurrection set for your kids- it’s easier than it looks! Just paint the heads and the rest is Mod Podged on. Also, check out my Passion set.

printable resurrection set- easter craft for kids

Craft some easy Easter crosses using leftover egg dye!

craft easter crosses with leftover egg dye

Check out this Symbolic Easter Tea for kids!

Easy Easter tomb craft using a plastic egg and Easter grass- so fun!

Try making some Resurrection Rolls. These are very easy and fun to make!

Make a Resurrection Set (with free printables!)
Such a fun craft for learning about the real meaning of Easter.
I have a printable recipe with the scripture verses included!
Print an Easter Calendar and celebrate
all 50 days of Easter!
Make a set of Resurrection Eggs with your kids.
Another variation of Resurrection eggs- Stations of the Cross eggs.
Make an Easter Candle with your kids
for your family to use at home.

 Print my Resurrection Napkin Rings!
Each one includes a piece of the Resurrection
Story to be read by your table guests before eating.

Try these no-bake and easy-to-assemble
empty tomb treats for kids!

Make this free printable Good Sherpherd craft and activity

Melt Your Own Candy Cross Pops from Jolly Ranchers!

Easy cross craft for any age.

cross craft for kids

Fun salt paintings- also great for every age!

This oil pastel cross resist project is super accomplishable!

How to color your deviled eggs for an Easter celebration!

how to make colored deviled eggs for easter

Transform your Lenten crown into a beautiful Easter nest!

crown of thorns turned nest

Make Rainbow Resurrection rolls using peeps!

rainbow resurrection rolls for Easter

Easter Notebooking Pages- Free To Print!

easter notebooking page- resurrection page to print

The Easter Legend of the Dogwood, and a craft to go with it.

legend of the dogwood

And be sure to check out all of the rest of my cross craft projects here!

Learn about the risen Jesus at the shore in Tiberias and make this toss your nets to the other side goldfish snack.

Learn about the Stations of the Resurrection and print these cards

 

More Easter Posts:

 The Jelly Bean Prayer Activities and Printables

Celebrating the Whole

Easter Season!

Craft a Divine Mercy Novena Counter

For More Ideas, check out my

Also See:

Ideas for Celebrating Holy Week With Kids

Lenten Activities for Kids

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Comments

  1. oh amanda {impress your kids} says

    Thank you so much for linking up with Impress Your Kids!

    I am literally on your site right now b/c I'm printing off the resurrection set to color w/the kids. Thank you for the great GREAT ideas!

  2. Teaching Heart Mom says

    I can't thank you enough for your ideas for my first year teaching Faith FOrmation. Thanks!

  3. Thanks, Lacy for the Resurrection Rolls recipe! We are going to try them for our egg hunt on Tuesday with our friends! They seem a lot easier than the cookie one.

    Love this site and keep coming back for the terrific ideas!

    God Bless!
    Jennifer

  4. Melissa from MN says

    More exciting ideas as usual. I had fun seeing your napkin rings, but as you warned – I'm out of ink! I honestly think I have more fun with these crafts than the kids!

  5. I’m so happy to have found this.
    The internet lacks the kind of things you share.
    God Bless your Generous Soul,
    Teresa

  6. Hey! I went back and read your Easter Basket stuffer post and wanted to share that the religious stickers are at my Dollar Tree this year- except the Stations of the Cross and Rosary ones… the two I really wanted… I bought a package of the others while they had them, though, Also, I saved my :inspirational” metal eggs from last year and plan to refill them this year. My kids didn’t really like the mints that were in them anyway. Great post!

  7. I signed up for your blog, SO glad I found you! But I never got an email with the color resurrection set….is there a way I can get that? Thank you, thank you for all you do! Please don’t stop! I use all of it with my 3 little boys!

  8. Does that mean there is no way at all to get the colour Easter calendar either? I would really love a copy of that one.

    Thanks for everything you are doing.

  9. I am having trouble printing the Easter Cookies recipe and story. Am I doing something wrong? I clicked like on facebook and I can get to the download page but I’m not able to print it up. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas.

  10. Tried to come to this site yesterday but it was down, almost cried thinking it was gone. Never go down again. I don’t know if I could take it. Love ya!

  11. Thank you so much for posting your inspiring ideas! I am always looking for kid-friendly ways to point our grandchildren to Christ! Your ideas & free helps are very much appreciated. I have printed out the “resurrection set.” I was going to purchase one (I saw in a magazine) this year, but yours is going to be so much more meaningful, as my Grands will be coloring it & we will be making memories as we do the craft together. May God richly bless you for sharing His creativity with the masses! Thank you, again.

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  13. Rita Rossini says

    Lacy- you kind of spoiled me with your AWESOME ADVENT and CHRISTMAS planner that now I feel a little lost in these final weeks of lent/Easter. I’m in line for the LENT/EASTER planner…yes, I’d pay… just saying! 😉 Thanks for being a rockstar Catholic Mom who enjoys the joy of our faith.

    • I know, I wish I had one too! It’s just that writing the Advent/Christmas planner nearly killed me, so I didn’t want to write them both in the same year. lol 😉

  14. I have a bag of 50 peg dolls arriving tomorrow, bought my ink cartridges and paint today. 🙂 I printed the other two sets already so I’ll be ready to roll! Thanks, Lacy! (uh oh… hope I don’t need other colors of paint. Ah well, I’ll wing it. 🙂 )

  15. Brandie Granke says

    Lacy,
    Thank you so very much for sharing your Catholic faith with all of us. As a cradle Catholic I feel like there are certain things I should already know about and believe but it never ceases to amaze me how much I can learn by doing these activities with my children. You have renewed, strengthened, and made me see my faith through child-like wonder! Thank you! Happy Easter!

  16. I just made the resurrection peg dolls and they came out great – thanks! Do you have a resurrection story that goes along with them? I have the resurrection story from the toilet-paper roll Easter set you made in 2011, but you included more “characters” in the peg doll set and I’d like to be able to include them all when I tell my little ones the story. Thanks!

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