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If you’re looking for a new craft to try this spring, don’t miss this collection of Easter crafts for preschoolers featuring chicks, bunnies, eggs, and more!
I love Easter! I love that it symbolizes a new beginning. I love reading the story of the Resurrection in the Bible. I love watching the kids anticipate a visit from the Easter Bunny. I love our annual family reunion/Easter Egg hunt. I just love it!
Because I love it so much, and it’s just a few short weeks away, I have rounded up an amazing collection of Easter crafts that you and your preschoolers are sure to love! If you make one (or more), stop by our Facebook page and share a picture!
Easter Crafts for Preschoolers
These egg people are great child-led art projects!
Kids will enjoy using old plastic Easter Eggs to create some stamp art.
This paper plate Easter Bunny seems super-easy to make, and it’s cute, too!
Make some music with these simple DIY Maracas.
If you’ve got some bubble wrap lying around, your little ones can use it to paint some Easter chicks.
These sponge-painted Easter eggs will look wonderful with your holiday decor!
We have a small tabletop Easter tree in our entry. If you have one, why not let your preschoolers try making these simple hand-sewn felt Easter eggs.
Turn cardboard tubes into super-cute Easter Bunnies with this easy craft.
Salt-dough egg ornaments make one-of-a-kind masterpieces when little ones paint them.
I love the idea of using old candy to make dye for coloring eggs! I bet your kids will, too.
This Easter Egg activity offers a fun twist on a preschool math lesson.
Paper doilies can be made into cute little Easter chicks!
If you’re up for a messy project, these drip art rainbow eggs are amazing!
These chicken egg cups made from egg cartons are very cute!
How about decorating pancakes to look like Easter Eggs…
These free printable Easter playdough mats will keep your little busy.
When I go home for Easter, I plan to make these fizzing rainbow Easter Eggs with my 4-year old nephew.
What kid wouldn’t love to grow their own Easter Bunny in just four days!!
I couldn’t love these pop-up spoon chicks any more than I do!
These little handprint sheep are adorable.
MUST HAVE RESOURCES:
When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
ENHANCE YOUR ACTIVITY TIME
Grab some old ties that Dad doesn’t want anymore or head to the Goodwill to look for some funky ones. This year, let’s dye Easter eggs with silk ties!
Fill your bookshelves with these wonderful Easter picture books for kids. This is a great collection of new and classic books for toddlers and preschoolers.
Engage your little ones with these amazing Easter candy science experiments! These activities feature Peeps, Skittles, jelly beans, and more!