With Easter coming soon, I like to have some fun Easter activities available for my kids to do that aren't the typical egg coloring.
And while we do enjoy decorating eggs, I'm a fan of other options that don't require making a huge mess of your kitchen as your little ones are dunking eggs in liquid or glitter or whatever. These kid-friendly Easter crafts are adorable, fun, and easy to manage with the kiddos.
Fun and Easy Kid-Friendly Easter Crafts
How about a super fun sheep made from 2x6's and cotton balls!
I made this with my kids during COVID. It was such a fun craft that is easy for all ages.
All you need is a 2x6 cut down to 10 inches tall. If you have a 2x4 that will work too. Paint the 2x6 all black with acrylic paint.
Once it is dry used a hot glue gun and start attaching cotton balls all over the place. Make sure to leave a little opening for the face.
For the face and ears I just used left over felt. But you could easily use paper, fabric or anything else you have around that house. That is it! Super easy.
More Easy Easter Crafts
This Easter tree with salt dough Easter eggs is easy to make and a fun project for the kids. They also take a some time to make, making them a great day craft. While the ornaments cook, they can hunt for branches to hang their egg on.
And these cute baby chick crafts made with yarn are fun for the little ones. They can't my fun patterns with the yarn or just wrap away.
This homemade Easter egg slime is going to be a winner, for sure!
Edible Easter Crafts
Homemade edible Easter marshmallows hit the best of both worlds for kiddos - crafty and delicious! It is also fun to play around with different colors of food coloring.
And what about these kid friendly Easter crafts? I love the idea of these peep houses instead of gingerbread houses. What a fun idea the kids will love!
For all those rice krispy lovers out there, these colorful Easter egg treats will be sure to impress. Yum!! It is also fun to get creative with food coloring!
These lollypop bunnies over at One Little Project would be great treats for a class. If you are having an Easter party these little guys are great to make with all ages.
Easter Paper Crafts
And I love this adorable bunny banner! Easy to make with some craft paper and pom-poms. They can be hung on a fireplace, window or even your kids bed!
Got a bookworm on your hands? These Easter bunny bookmarks are too cute not to share! My kids love origami, so it is fun to incorporate it into the holidays too.
Another great one that won't break the bank is this paper Easter egg wreath. My kids love hanging something on their doors and this is the perfect display.
The Crazy Outdoor Mama has a big variety of fun Easter games for kiddos, but I really like this one. The little ones will have tons of fun creating the Easter bunny, then using it to catch the balls. You can do it outside or inside!!
Flower Pot Crafters
And this Easter bunny flower pot craft is super cute for garden lovers. They make great gifts to give to grandparents too.
Before you throw out that tin can, save it for this cute activity. I love the additional flowers, but treats would be fun too. Or even a gift, just wrap it up in cellophane and you have one darling surprise for someone.
Now that you have a craft. Don't forget an Easter basket to collect those eggs. Here are some great options. (Shop Here)
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