Easter Activities

Make celebrating Easter more fun with these crafts and secular Easter activities suitable for all ages. These activities focus on the springtime associations of Easter. Through arts and crafts with chicks, bunnies, eggs, tulips and just good old chocolate, each Easter activity will result in a beautiful project or new skill your kid will be proud to show off to friends and family! Learn, play and create with these spring activities.

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Now you can have baby chicks around any time of year, with this simple egg carton craft idea.
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Little kids love this messy but fun Easter party game: bob for chocolate Easter eggs in a giant blob of whipped cream. The first one to find all her eggs wins!
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Create your very own colorful stained glass collage Easter egg.
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Your child will enjoy making this Easter decoration that honors the chicken. After all, chickens are the ones that actually make the Easter eggs!
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Spice up your Easter routine this year by making these stunningly sparkly eggs with your third grader. This is a great activity to do to celebrate the holiday.
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These hanging carrots will help the Easter bunny find your house and celebrate a brightly colored food that is a healthy treat for bunnies and kids alike.
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These delicious Easter Basket Cupcakes are a simple, creative holiday treat. These cupcakes sit in waffle bowls with festive coconut grass and jellybean eggs.
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Your kid will love making these cute and festive Easter bunny pancakes. This Easter, turn a holiday breakfast into a delicious measurement activity!
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This year, help your child celebrate Easter by upcycling an old light bulb and make a cute little chicken face.
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Teach your fourth grader how to craft her own decorative felt eggs, a perfect way to symbolize spring and new beginnings!
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Celebrate Easter with this hands-on activity making your own eggs.
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Show your fourth grader how to use sequins to create a gorgeous, gold-plated Easter egg.
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Instead of pulling out the usual Easter decorations, have your child transform cupcake liners into mini Easter baskets.
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You and your child can make Easter egg dye with the food coloring that you already have in your cupboard.
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Make this Easter egg craft that works as both a fun necklace or a decorative garland to welcome warm weather and spring sunshine.
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Keep your boiled breakfast egg cozy and warm on Easter morning with a bright chick egg topper. This craft can also double as a puppet!
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Your child will hop with delight as he make this delicious, edible bunny out of marshmallows.
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These easy-to-make felt friends are created by sewing two pieces of felt together with yarn and make great gifts for holidays such as Easter.
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Are you tired of the same old Easter egg dying routine? Does your kid love to try new art techniques? If so, try making Easter eggs out of embroidery floss!
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Use watercolors and crayons to teach your child about resistance while she creates a beautiful Easter decoration with this festive craft.

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