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Looking for a fun and easy craft to do with your preschoolers this Easter? Look no further than these Easter toilet paper roll crafts!
From bunnies and chicks to eggs and baskets, these easy-to-make crafts are sure to get your little ones into the holiday spirit.
So grab some toilet paper rolls and get ready to have some fun! Add one or more of these adorable crafts to your Easter activities for preschoolers.
I love finding simple crafts to do with my preschoolers. Not only does crafting allow kids to get creative, but it also helps strengthen important early skills.
Kids will strengthen motor skills as they cut and paste paper pieces to assemble their crafts. They’ll learn to follow directions and concentrate on the task of the moment.
Most of all… they’re just plain fun!
How to Make Toilet Paper Roll Crafts
It’s super simple to create most preschool toilet paper roll crafts. And, most of the time, you can make them with supplies you’ve likely got on hand already.
Aside from empty toilet paper rolls, you’ll want to have construction paper, scissors, glue or tape, crayons or markers, googly eyes, and pipe cleaners.
If you need additional supplies, you can likely find them at your local dollar store or even order them from Amazon to be delivered right to your front door.
What to Do with Toilet Paper Roll Crafts
Once your preschooler has completed their Easter craft, there are many things you can do with it. Let your little one share the craft with a loved one – older sibling, grandparents, or even the babysitter.
Since toilet paper roll crafts can usually stand on their own, you can put them on display with the rest of your holiday decor.
You can even add a magnet to the back of the craft to display it on the refrigerator. This will make a fun 3D addition to your fridge magnets.
This list of Easter crafts is full of a variety of Easter bunnies along with other Easter icons.
You can use these crafts with your preschoolers and kindergarteners. They can also be used with early elementary students who can do most of the crafting on their own.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT EASTER
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Easter. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – When Pete wakes up Easter morning, ready to check out his basket of goodies, he discovers the Easter Bunny needs a little extra help. Our favorite groovy blue cat puts on his bunny ears and finds a way to collect, paint, and hide the eggs all in time for Easter!
How to Catch the Easter Bunny – Is this the year you’ll be able to catch the Easter bunny in action? Start an Easter tradition with this fun and funny children’s book ― the perfect Easter basket stuffer!
Turkey’s Eggcellent Easter – Easter is almost here—and Turkey knows just how to celebrate. He’s going to win the eggstra-special Easter egg hunt! The only problem is that animals aren’t allowed to enter. So he and his barnyard friends come up with a top-secret plan. With his trademark disguises and a whole lot of help, Turkey goes undercover. Will his basket of tricks help him win a prize?
MORE EASTER FUN FOR PRESCHOOLERS
If your kids enjoyed these Easter coloring pages, you’ll love the activities I’ve featured below. They’ll make the perfect addition to your upcoming Easter activities for preschoolers.
- STEM Activities for Easter
- Easter Movies for Kids
- Easter Math Clip Cards
- Easter Books for Kids
- Easter Egg Paper Plate Craft for Kids
Enhance Your Activity Time
Keep little hands busy and little minds active with this Easter themed sensory playdough kit! Makes the perfect Easter gift for your busy little one.
Lacing card toys make great gifts for kids! A rabbit (Easter Bunny) shaped lacing toy is a fun way to bring festive fun and learning for the toddlers in your life! Designed for small hands and build to last!
Which of these fun Easter toilet paper roll crafts will your preschoolers choose to do first?