I can’t wait for spring to arrive.. Go away, winter rain! I think the kids are feeling the same way – they love making the house more colourful. Our living room is stuffed with arts & crafts projects from school and from home. Mr S and Miss N really make an effort, in their own ways, so the result is always special. It’s so nice to be surrounded by colourful artwork, it really does lift the spirit! (Sorry Miss Kondo..). For spring, the free printable Easter activities available below are just perfect. They contain templates that kids can decorate themselves, in various ways. Please feel free to print as many as you need, making long banners or multiple lacing art project – it’s all perfectly fine!
Easter crafts, what to do?
If you’re looking for a few hands-on easy-to-do-at-home crafts ideas, you’re are the right place. All you need is paper, a printer, a pair of scissors, colouring pencils and thread.
Print the templates (below), give them to your kids and you can quietly sit down down and enjoy your coffee, observing the kids during their arts & crafts time. No need to browse Pinterest, just use the printable Easter activities below and get started..
What’s included in the free printable Easter Activities pack?
1. Easter Bunny Colouring Page
First of all, it contains a lovely colouring page of an Easter bunny holding a big Easter egg. It reads ‘Hoppy Easter’. A simple, fun colouring page that is easy enough for preschoolers, but that can be extensively decorated by older primary school kids.
2. Easter egg bunting colouring pages
Three pages with 6 Easter egg templates in total. Print as many as you wish, put all the kids to work to make a nice long banner! This is a nice idea for playdates.
3. Two lacing templates
Print these templates on heavy paper (card stock is fine) and poke small holes to facilitate the lacing. Keep it easy for young kids and more elaborate for older kids. Give the child a blunt needle and explain the lacing. Let them try for themselves, but keep an eye on them. Surely they will be proud of the result!
If your kids like lacing, you could try a different take on it: lacing clay flowers! Make flowers (or other shapes) from salt dough and decorate them by lacing.
4. ‘Finish the pattern’
The Easter egg decoration has partly been erased, so the child can to complete it as well as he/she can.
I sincerely hope you and your kids will enjoy these printable Easter crafts. If you have questions or comments, let me know!
Please find the free downloads here:
The files are available in paper size A4 and Letter.
Need more Easter crafts ideas? Make an Easter bunny suncatcher! Fun, easy and pretty, it ticks all the boxes!
This is what the Easter bunny colouring sheet (in the download) looks like: