Celebrate the true meaning of Easter with these Resurrection Sunday crafts, activities, and recipes for all ages!
Use traditional Easter eggs to visually teach the Resurrection story. There are 12 eggs representing different stages of the last hours of Jesus’ life.
Great for a Sunday school or preschool class, these cookies symbolize Jesus’ resurrection.
Create a sand-art cross for this colorful reminder of Jesus’ sacrifice.
Remember He is Risen with this gorgeous hand-lettered art print! (Image: Eye Candy Creative Studio)
Decorate Easter eggs with sharpies and egg dyes. Add calligraphy, brightly colored washi tape, or tell the Resurrection story!
Recreate the Easter story with these visual pop-up scenes!
Remember the Resurrection with this healthy snack filled with pretzels, apples, and celery.
Retell the story of the empty tomb and Jesus’ rise with these kid-friendly Easter rolls. (Image: Lovely Little Kitchen)
For a bright window craft, create this brightly colored suncatcher. With three black crosses in the middle, this craft is a reminder of the sacrifices Jesus made for us.
In this 16 page mini-book, you’ll find coloring pages inspiring from everything from Jesus’ betrayal with the silver, to Jesus rising from the tomb. It also includes some vocabulary words, so you can practice handwriting and letter skills.
Get Easter inspired with this free art printable! (Image: Eye Candy Creative Studio)
Reenact the Resurrection with this garden sensory play. This is a great visual for young learners!