Teach your children about the true meaning of Easter with Religious Easter crafts and activities
We love the cute and cuddly bunny crafts, the easter egg activities, the spring chicks, and the flowers this time of year. So many fun ways to craft and lots of activities and science can be done in the Spring time!
For Easter, though, we like to add in some religious crafts and activities – ones that are fun to create but are also a great teaching tool for Christian Kids.
Just like any other subject matter religious education is best taught hands on and at appropriate levels of communication for each age group. Crafts and Activities are a great way to do that.
By reading children’s Easter Books and making the material fun and educational you can really get even the little ones to grasp the concepts of the Resurrection and their Christian Faith.
I’ve put together a list of some of the absolute best Religious Easter Crafts for kids to share with you all. These are great to use for faith formation or Sunday School, Children’s Church or even at home with your own families.
This list of religious Easter crafts has a great variety of activities that work well for different age groups and even have a snack or two included.
Religious Easter Crafts for Kids
Teach your children the story of Easter with the Story Egg book and activity, and Christian Easter Books, then celebrate new life with Scripture Seed Packets.
For a hands on lesson for the little ones try this Christ Centered Easter Sensory Bin and the whole family will enjoy the Resurrection Easter Egg activity (this is an easy template for creating resurrection eggs at home) or creating a family Easter Garden.
Create beautiful spring art Celebrating the Christian Faith with a Tape Resist Watercolor Cross Painting – they make lovely spring and easter decorations for the home and even the toddlers can create this work of art! Or you can use up your old puzzles to make this Easter Puzzle art.
Learn with food and enjoy Resurrection Rolls, Easter Story Cookies or get the kids involved in making an Easter Story Snack Mix.
Do you have a favorite way to celebrate Easter with your family? Or a Faith Based Easter Craft or Activity I should know about? Leave a comment and let me know – I’d love to share it with my facebook community of over 35,000 people!
Rachael Wunderlich says