Ready for Easter? We have tons of awesome Easter crafts for kids! You’ll find a variety of craft ideas, from original Easter origami to printable crafts with templates. From simple crafts, preschoolers and kindergarteners will enjoy more challenging projects for older kids.
We’ve covered all the important topics: tons of cute crafts featuring chicks, fluffy bunnies, sheep, and of course, even an Easter egg!
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We’ve been busy creating all sorts of Easter crafts for kids for the past few weeks (and years), so it’s time to bring them all together in one place – well, the ones we think are the best ideas, at least!
Most tutorials come with step-by-step video instructions showing you how to make these Easter crafts easily (which is also great to use in the classroom to show students how to make the project).
We focus primarily on easy and do-able low-prep projects that don’t require you to run to the store to get all the craft supplies.
Ready to start crafting? Go!
Easter crafts for kids – tons of ideas for fun activities
Some of our latest projects:
Wonderful Easter crafts for kids
Origami Corner Bookmarks
We love making them! We have already created many different ones and of course we also have some Easter ideas to share with you!
These cute bookmarks are the best, kids love to make them and you can even use them as Easter basket fillers.
First we have your simple origami corner bookmark. They’re super easy to fold – just watch our step-by-step folding tutorial and you’ll be making them in no time.
We have a number of Bunny Corner Bookmark as well as a Bookmark idea for the chick corner It’s up to you to check it.
Bunnies with handprints
More bunny ideas for your kids
- Paper mache rabbit
- Rabbits in paper strips
- Learn to draw a rabbit
- The simplest paper bunny
- Paper plate crafts with bunny butts.
- cute easter art project
- Bunny pom pom handprint
- Newspaper Bunny
Cute paper chicks – Fun craft idea for Easter
Simple crafts are best and these craft paper chicks are just that! So easy to make and so adorable.
This is a great project for the home and classroom – make a bouquet and string them together to create the prettiest Easter garland ever!
We’ve made them from regular printer paper and construction paper and they always turn out adorable.
Why make it so adorable? Make chicks out of paper if you can mix it with this adorable one Make paper bunnies (one of our favorite craft ideas).
Make paper sheep
Sheep are also part of Easter and we think these paper dolls with sheep turned out really great! There’s only a handful of materials you’ll need for this, so let’s get crafty!
Ask the children to do them first and then perform a skit.
The easiest Easter crafts for a child.
There’s nothing like simplicity and this sheepskin rug couldn’t be simpler.
printable corner markers
Not a fan of origami bookmarks? Don’t worry, we made another set of corner bookmarks that look more like papercrafts than origami. And it’s cute!
There are two printable bookmarks waiting for you, a chick and a bunny. Print them out, cut out all the pieces, paint them and assemble them.
Print them out on colored or white paper and color them however you like.
Grab the bunny and chick corner marker here.
Make carrots – fun Easter crafts for kids
Craft sticks are one of the most popular craft supplies for kids (and a bit frugal too!).
The things you can do with them are amazing and these artisan carrots are proof of that. Want a recycled DIY? Why not use popsicles and green-coated newspaper for the leaves?
Check out the tutorial here.
Carrots wrapped in wire
Another wonderful craft for kindergarten kids and even some preschoolers! Wrapping cardboard with yarn is a great exercise for fine motor skills.
Check out the full carrot craft tutorial here.
Easter Coconut Gatherer
Did you play with lice catchers (or fortune tellers as some call them) as a kid? Oh we did it! But we decided to make them a little more special this time.
Here are the dolls that catch lice!
Get your Easter Coconut Catcher printable template here.
Printable Easter Rings
This is one of our most popular printable creations! We love how cute they are and we think they are the cutest Easter activity to do with the kids.
They’re a great classroom craft because they’re quick, easy, and most importantly, fun. Need a candy-free Easter basket filler? This is your thing!
As sometimes, Easter crafting with a pattern is the way to go!
Here you will find the printable Easter paper rings.
Grab your cotton balls while your kids make a fluffy paper sheep out of them.
Check out the full paper plate sheep tutorial here.
colored paper eggs
We can’t have a list of Easter crafts for kids without some egg ideas, right?
Grab the coloring book and let the kids make their own paper eggs.
Paper weaving is another great Easter activity for preschoolers and preschoolers. Easter eggs are perfect for this project.
See how we made them (and get the print version)
More Easter Egg Crafts
- Easter eggs from salt dough
- Adhesive resistant black color
Easter pop up card template
If you want to get your kids interested in making pop up cards, this easy chick in basket pop up card is a perfect project for beginners.
What’s even more fun is that kids can color them however they like!
Get the Chick in a Basket pop-up card template here.
Silhouette decoration Easter crafts for kids
Adorn your wall or frame it however you choose, this pastel colored bunny and egg silhouette is a great decoration for this season.
You can use pastel colors to match the “theme” or just pick your favorite colors; either way it will look great.
Take the outline models here.
Fun carrot craft for scissors skills
These make a wonderful garland when you string them together.
Get the pattern for this carrot craft here.
DIY paper Easter basket
Check out how to make this construction trash can
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