A tisket, a tasket, here's a pretty homemade basket to fill with treats at Easter.
These delicious Easter Basket Cupcakes are a simple, creative holiday treat. These cupcakes sit in waffle bowls with festive coconut grass and jellybean eggs.
Kids can turn a plain cottage cheese container into a festive Easter bunny gift basket in this 1st grade recycled arts and crafts activity.
This homemade pom-pom garland requires very few materials and instantly brightens up a room with Easter-themed pastels.
Make a beautiful waxed Easter egg relief drawing for a lesson in this unique art technique.
Here's a great way to get your hands a little dirty, and celebrate the season family-style.
If you're looking for just the right dessert to serve with your Easter dinner, try your hand at an Easter Bunny cake.
Add a little sparkle and shine to your Christmas or Easter decorations: make a charming blown egg ornament in this fourth grade arts and crafts activity.
Using brightly colored tissue paper, your kindergartener can make "stained glass" eggs that look almost as glorious as the real thing!
Use these pretty egg cup flowers to decorate a spring table. They don't require water, they'll never wilt, and they're perfect for Easter.
Learn about different fern fronds with your third grader as you create lacy, natural decorations on your Easter eggs this year.
Forget store-bought dyes this Easter: color your Easter eggs with natural dyes made with ingredients from your own kitchen in this 1st grade activity.
What's there to do after the Easter bunny has hopped home? Use those beautiful eggs to help your child create a memorable Easter mosaic.
This egg-decorating activity is perfect for young artists and makes for a great addition to all seasons and holidays. Here's how to get started.